Borderland Festival Returns with Trey Anastasio with Classic TAB, Goose & moe. Headlining
Borderland Festival returns to bucolic Knox Farm State Park in upstate New York with a lineup headed up by Trey Anastasio with Classic TAB, Goose, moe., and more. Set to take place September 15 – 17 just 15 minutes from downtown Buffalo, the festival will also be expanded from two days to three for this year’s diverse mix of music and nature.
The multi-faceted billing pulls from the worlds of jam, rock, country, and Americana, including stellar talents such as Dawes, The Infamous Stringdusters, Sammy Rae & Friends, Neal Francis, Mighty Poplar (Norm Pikelny & Trish Eldridge of The Punch Brothers, Andrew Marlin of Watchhouse, and Greg Garrison of Leftover Salmon), and the Krasno/Moore Project. The event will also feature a full weekend of local bands including Buffalo Colored Musicians Club, Organ Fairchild, Never Ben, and A Girl Named Genny among others with more acts to be announced.
Aside from a killer musical lineup, the festival will feature a range of artisans, food trucks, local chefs, craft beer from local brewers along with distilled spirits and wines from area producers, and unique activities like axe-throwing and Kidsland.
This year, Borderland has partnered with Kissing Bridge Ski Resort to offer local tent camping options to traveling fans. Also new to the festival is the “Anyday” single-day ticket. Fans can purchase these single-day tickets in advance and use them for any of the three festival days.
Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased via the festival’s official website. For more information, click on the links below.