Bash on the Farm hits its 10th go-around
Published 5:00 pm Saturday, June 4, 2011
Bash on the Farm will be celebrating its 10th this coming, June 10-11 in Garner, Iowa, just west of Mason City.
This year’s headling act on the Main Stage will be FFH who has had seven No. 1 radio singles and has sold 1.5 million records. Appearing before them will be ‘American Idol’ finalist Chris Sligh and the Minneapolis band, Children 18:3.
Music on the main stage kicks off at 4 p.m. with some acts playing the Shed Stage starting at 1 p.m. on Saturday there will be CD release parties for two local bands: Senseless Beauty and Finding Freedom.
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Saturday’s Main Stage headliner is Barlow Girl who has sold over one million albums, received 10 Dove nominations and claimed the longest No. 1 single at 13 weeks in Christian Radio Weekly chart history with the song, “I Need You To Love Me.”
On both nights, after the Main Stage closes there will be a couple bands in the shed for those hard rock fans. Metal fans won’t want to miss A Plea for Purging Saturday night.
New to this year’s Bash will be a presentation with horses four times throughout the weekend with the Christian Corral.
There’ll be concessions available for purchase and other vendors.
Camping is available for those who don’t want to miss a thing. Many favorite bands from past years will be back along with some new up and coming groups.
More information on camping and the line-up of acts can be found at www.bashonthefarm.com. The festival is a non-profit family friendly event produced by Do Right Inc., and made possible by many sponsors and volunteers.