Farm to Grass Music Festival in Ft. Pierce FL February 4-7

There is music and much more in store at the Farm to Grass Music Festival at Saint Lucie Farm Preserve in Ft. Pierce, Florida, February 4-7. This four-day experience is held on a private farm. Due to social distancing guidelines, tickets are limited for this event. The farm boasts 240 acres of old Florida. You can tour a real working farm, gardens, and working citrus grove. Meet and feed some of the animals. Tractor-pulled hayride tours and Cosmic Hay Rides (after-dark tractor rides with lights and laser show) will also be available. From the promoters: 

This is a private ticketed outdoor event, not open to the general public. We care about the health and safety of all of our guests and staff. CDC recommendations will be followed to keep common areas disinfected.

Ticket includes primitive tent camping and the entire weekend packed with fun and music. Try some of Fort Pierce’s and the Treasure Coast’s best locally brewed beer. Craft beer sampling included with admission by: Sailfish Brewing Company, Walking Tree Brewery, Sour Sea Cow, and Thirsty Dragon. There will be food trucks and food vendors, and of course art and craft vendors will also be on site.


Did Somebody mention music? There is a shipload of music ready to blow you away for four days. The event is headlined by The Grass is Dead, The Firewater Tent Revival, and Uproot Hootenanny. And you’ve only just scratched the surface!

The Grass is Dead – OBJ Photo credit: Matt Hillman

Guavatron, Souljam, Flint Blade and Trinity Wave’s Flow Zone, Beartoe, Nigel Lee Ledford, Free Range Strange, and Brock Butler are welcome additions at any festival or concert. Thursday night features an open jam with Tommy Fiddle.

Firewater Tent Revival – HTNYR – Mandi Nulph

And the schedule just explodes with Justin Mason & Blue Night, Low Ground Trio, Live Bait, Lefty Hathaway Band, Johnny Debt, Tasty Vibrations, Unified Mind, Vibes Farm, U-Turn, Southern Vine, Billy and the Funk Prophets, NYF, Kid Barett, Super Jam, and more!

Uproot Hootenanny. 📷: Tilt at Windmills Photography

For most of us festival denizens, this is a new location for us. What should we expect? We just received this message from the one and only Volke Mon, videographer extraordinaire:

Check the links below, and get yourself ready for Farm to Grass Music Festival!


Farm to Grass


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