West Milford Farm is proud to introduce our Fridays at the Farm concert series. Live entertainment in a safely distanced, open-air environment through October 1.
Bring a folding chair, your food and your favorite beer, wine or non-alcoholic beverage. Guests are welcome at 6:30 p.m. with lawn seats and VIP Pavilion seats available. All guests must be 21 or older.
The lineup includes:
June 18: The Riot
The Riot is a high-energy band featuring popular cover tunes. Specializing in party, dance, funk, rock, pop, hip hop, and country. The Riot focuses on keeping people dancing and rocking out.
July 16: Distancly Social
Canton’s own Brad Driggs, Brian Mello & Brian Wayland (The DNR Band) have linked up with new friend, Frantz Hilaire, to form Distantly Social Band to delight you with lively renditions of 60s, 70s, and 80s rock and country music.
July 30: Joe Gransden
At 42 year’s old, Joe Gransden has already performed worldwide and released 14 CDs under his own name. Renowned first for the hard bop approach of his trumpet, Gransden’s singing voice has been compared to that of Chet Baker and Frank Sinatra.
August 6: End of the Trail Band
The End of the Trail is not only a band, it’s a family and a lifelong story from Southern rock flavor to down ‘n dirty blues, with a little down home picking’. You will never find two songs that are alike. It’s the kind of music that you can relate to, and maybe even get inspired by.
August 20: Wiseman Brothers
The Wiseman Brothers are a Georgia-based bluegrass band. Since 2014, they have been entertaining music lovers across the state of Georgia with their sticking to their roots sound. If you’ve got clogging shoes, put them in your pocketbook and come on!
September 3: Ron Roper
Ron Roper is a musician chameleon from Cherokee County who has toured internationally. An often-sought “hired gun” for various blues, jazz, and rock bands, his tasteful versatility and superb chops adds a fire to any entourage with whom he performs live and in studio.
September 17: The Gold Standard Band
One of America’s grooving-et, get-down, funky time dance and party bands complete with back-up singers with synchronized dance moves. If this band doesn’t get you off your feet, you might want to check your pulse.
October 1: Thomas Fountain
The music that inspired Thomas as a young songwriter in the mountains of North Georgia is well rooted in the past. He has taken those vintage influences and blended them with a distinct modern sound. With a rugged, passionate delivery, Fountain brings a live show that will move fans to their feet every time.