Farm Aid 2012, taking place September 22 at Hersheypark Stadium in Hershey, Pennsylvania, is now sold out. However, fans will be able to watch all the action at home thanks to a live webcast that will be viewable from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET that evening at FarmAid.org.
The 27th annual Farm Aid festival will feature the usual headlining performances by the charity's co-founders Neil Young, John Mellencamp and Willie Nelson, as well as by longtime board member Dave Matthews. Other artists slated to play at the concert include Neil's wife, Pegi Young, and her group The Survivors; Willie's son Lukas Nelson and his band Promise of the Real; country stars Kenny Chesney and Jamey Johnson; Grace Potter & the Nocturnals; Jack Johnson; and ALO.
Young will be joined on stage by his longtime backing group Crazy Horse, while Matthews will be accompanied by his frequent collaborator Tim Reynolds.
In addition to the various performances, the webcast, dubbed "Farm Aid 2012: A Backstage Pass," will feature artist interviews and behind-the-scenes footage.
"We hope that people across the country will tune in to FarmAid.org to watch the 'Farm Aid 2012: A Backstage Pass' webcast," says Farm Aid rep Jennifer Fahy. "While we wish all our fans could join us at Hersheypark, we're glad that those at home have a chance to be part of this music, food and farming event."
Founded in 1985, Farm Aid benefits, supports and promotes independent, family-run farms throughout the U.S.
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