Greenlands Farm

An Educational Modern Homestead Farm

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Greenlands Farm is a small, family owned and operated, sustainable homestead farm in Bolivia, NC and sits in a unique region in Brunswick County called Half Hell.  On our farm, we have a farm store, organic vegetable farm, and a rescue animal sanctuary & petting farm.  We enjoy being a part of the Brunswick County community and offer many educational and entertaining events to stay involved and help create a great county to live and enjoy life in. 

Greenlands Farm will be hosting a folk and Americana music festival, Half Hell Folk Music Festival, with a “tap take-over” by Brunswick County and Southport’s newest (and only!) brewery, Check 6 Brewery, on August 1st, 2015.  Brunswick County and surrounding businesses are coming together to bring this event to the community.

Leave your pets, drinks, and food at home but bring a chair and enjoy great music, great beer and wine, and great food at Greenlands Farm!  Car pool if possible to leave ample space for other friends to enjoy the day with you and us, parking is located next to the farm store.

You can purchase tickets at the event but we encourage you to pre-purchase to avoid long lines.

EVENT DETAILS:
Half Hell Folk Music Festival
August 1st, 2015
11 am – 6 pm
Tickets: $5, kids 10 and under FREE
Location: 668 Midway Road SE, Bolivia, NC 28422

READ BELOW ABOUT the Tap Takeover by Check 6, Farm Bingo, Folk Festival Musicians, Sponsors, and Festival Rules....


CHECK SIX BREWERY - TAP TAKEOVER

Check Six Brewery is doing a "Tap Takeover" at Greenlands Farm!  Come enjoy great beers from Check 6 and taste the Half Hell Creek Blueberry Ale, a collaboration beer with Greenlands Farm brewed with the farm's organic blueberries!
Beers On Tap:

  • Half Hell Creek Blueberry Ale - Currently Brewing 
  • Wendy's Blonde Ale - 5.3% ABV, 24.7 IBU
  • Hat in the Ring IPA - 8.1% ABV, 70.8 IBU
  • Wrong Way Corrigan Irish Stout - 6.7% ABV,45.8 IBU

Greenlands Farm’s FARM BINGO!  

Put your money on that plop!  Join us in this fun and great cash prize winning game as we raise money and awareness for our rescued farm animals.  Greenlands Farm is a farm animal sanctuary to rescued and donated farm animals used for educating the community on farm animals, rescues, and ownership.  Greenlands Farm’s Petting Farm is open every Saturday (weather permitting) and their animals are also featured in kids’ camps and tours.  Show your support for these animals that provide educational experiences and a furry back to pet!

Farm Bingo will be played on August 1st and tickets are sold up until 1 hour before the animal is released to start the game.  The game will take place in Greenlands Farm’s petting pen and is open to spectators.  You must have a festival ticket to be a spectator but you don't have to be present to win!


FOLK FESTIVAL MUSCIANS

Daniel Boling,  New Mexico

Daniel Boling, 
New Mexico

Bonnie Allyn Band Soutport, NC

Bonnie Allyn Band
Soutport, NC

Brothers Egg Raleigh, NC

Brothers Egg
Raleigh, NC

Christine Martinez Southport, NC

Christine Martinez
Southport, NC

Folkstone Stringband Wilmington, NC

Folkstone Stringband
Wilmington, NC

DANIEL BOLING, New Mexico
Sharing experiences from a life well-lived in places as far ranging as Okinawa, Japan, and Padre Island, Texas, this balladeer/songwriter with the friendly tenor brings his well-crafted story songs to lucky audiences coast-to-coast in over one hundred shows a year, from house concerts to festivals (Kerrville, Winfield, Woody Guthrie Folk Festival). Born into a traveling Air Force family, he later worked as a National Park Ranger (yes, the gun-toting kind) and as a Criminal Investigator for the US Bureau of Land Management, and he started touring at 50, an age when most guys are planning their retirement. He has six albums, including the brand new Sleeping Dogs, produced by Jono Manson and released in September 2013 on Berkalin Records

BONNIE ALLYN BAND, Southport, NC
It is told that Bonnie began singing before she talked...regardless ,she spent must of her childhood singing ing the chuch choir and school chorus. At age 13 she picked up the guitar and taught herself to play by writing songs with the new chords she was trying to learn. Over the years developing her own unique style. In 1972 she found herself in Oxford Ohio and playing in a band with some of the former players of the Lemon Pipers known for their hit " Green Tamborine". Now after 2 albums and many years of playing with an assortment of many amazing musicians she has found herself in North Carolina and the begining of the Bonnie Allyn Band

BROTHERS EGGRaleigh, NC
Brothers Egg formed in 2014 in Wilmington and Raleigh, NC when brothers Jamie Eggleston (guitar, banjo, drums, piano, vocals) and Hunter Eggleston (mandolin, guitar, drums, vocals) teamed-up with Suzanna Crist (fiddle, vocals) to forge a vibrant, individual sound from their wide range of instruments and musical influences. Their music and influences reflect an eclectic and driving blend of Americana, Roots Rock, Indie Folk, Bluegrass, Grunge, and World Music with influences including Dave Matthews, Alison Krauss, The Avett Brothers, Habib Koiti, John Butler, and Led Zeppelin.  Live performances by the Brothers Egg are described as fun, high energy, musically stimulating, and a hidden gem.


CHRISTINE MARTINEZ, Southport, NC
Christine has been writing and performing music for as long as she can remember.  Her background in rock music combined with a love for classic Country, has led her to this comfortable place labeled these days as "Americana Music".  An all around entertainer, she has spent the last 20 years in radio and currently is the host of Modern Rock Mornings on WRMR Modern Rock 98.7.  She is accompanied by music veteran, and guitar virtuoso Guy Phillips, and can be seen performing with her trio and often with a full band as well.

 

FOLKSTONE STRINGBAND, Wilmington, NC
Possum Creek Bluegrass Band alums Ben Chontos and Jones Smith founded the Folkstone Stringband as a way to continue providing hard driving and fast picking bluegrass, old time, Americana, and honky tonk music to eastern North Carolina and beyond. Located in Wilmington, North Carolina, Folkstone Stringband highlights traditional music which has been played for centuries and was made popular during the early to middle 20th century as recording was made more prolific. Pulling from styles made popular by such musicians as Bill Monroe, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, Jimmy Martin, Charlie Poole, Don Reno and Red Smiley, and more, Folkstone Stringband continues to push the envelope to keep the tradition alive and thriving in the 21st century.


SPONSORS 

Thank you to our sponsors that have made this festival possible!  Click on their logo to learn more about them:

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MUSIC FESTIVAL RULES

  • You must purchase a ticket or show proof of purchase for entry.
  • Children 10 and under are free.
  • Re-entry is allowed throughout the day with proof of ticket purchase.
  • We suggest you bring a chair or blanket.
  • No outside cooler, food, drink, or alcohol.
  • All bags subject to search.
  • No pop-up tents or umbrellas.
  • No contraband or illegal substances allowed.
  • No smoking on premises.
  • No dogs or pets of any kind.
  • No posting of upcoming events.
  • No passing out flyers or pamphlets.
  • No laser pointers.
  • No weapons.
  • Parking for all access is next to the farm store, handi-capable parking is available in front of the farm store along Midway Road.  Please display your parking permit for handi-capable parking. 

Alcohol Sales & Consumption:
• Alcohol will not be sold or served to persons less than 21 years old, you must be born on or before 8.01.1994. 
• Alcohol cannot be possessed or consumed by persons less than 21 years old. If a parent provides a minor alcohol, it is illegal and not allowed.
• Alcohol will not be sold or served to any person who is intoxicated.
• Intoxicated persons will not be allowed to consume alcoholic beverages.
In North Carolina, there are only four acceptable forms of identification you can use to buy alcoholic beverages:
1. Current driver’s license from North Carolina or other states. Currently, when drivers renew their driver’s license in our state, the NC Division of Motor Vehicles provides a paper 20 day driving certificate and then mails the permanent photo ID/driver’s license to the driver. Drivers are allowed to keep their old license until the renewed license is mailed to them. The temporary, 20 day paper license is considered a valid driver’s license, but the customer should also show their expired license along with the paper certificate when asked for identification.
2. U.S. Military Identification. These identifications are green and white with a photograph of the individual and physical description.
3. North Carolina Identification Card. An official State of North Carolina Special Identification (ID) card that has a photograph issued to a person who does not drive. Identification cards from other states are not accepted.
4. Official passport issued by any nation. Passports may be in the booklet or card form. Official forms of identification include a photograph, date of birth and written or electronic signature.

 

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