What's the deal? On Saturday, April 15th, starting at 5pm and ending around 11 pm, GRO will present four amazing bands to celebrate local farmers and local food.
Will food and drinks be available? Yes! Food and beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) will be for sale throughout the event.
Where is it going to be? Harmon Dairy, one of Polk's oldest and largest farms is hosting GRO Fest and celebrating a new era of dairy in our area. The dairy is located at 335 Harmon Dairy Ln, Columbus, NC 28722.
How much are tickets? Well just for you, tickets are $25 in advance, $30 the day of the show, and $65 for VIP (see more about the VIP Experience below.
What is the VIP ticket? The VIP GRO Fest ticket gets you premiere parking and access to a backstage area with catered food and beverage as part of your ticket price. Only 30 VIP tickets are available so order yours today.
Can I bring my kids? You sure can, GRO loves the next farming generation. Ticket wise, kids over 12 need a ticket and those under do not!
What do I need to bring? Chairs, blankets, jackets, a small flashlight, and readiness to have a great time.
What can I not bring? No outside alcohol or food please. No weapons or animals either (except for service animals).
Anything else to note? We will have bonfires and lawn games to keep you warm one way or another.
Do you need any volunteers? Yeah! Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
Where can I buy tickets? Online here of course but also at these fine establishments: Mill Spring Farm Store 156 School Rd, Mill Spring NC Overmountain Vineyards 2014 Sandy Plains Rd, Tyron, NC Meanwhile, Back in Saluda 171 E Main St, Saluda NC Columbus Farmers Market (April 8 & 15) 40 Courthouse St, Columbus NC Looking Glass Creamery 57 Noble Rd, Fairview NC