Presented by the Plantation and local radio station the Bridge at 105.5, the event at the 120-acre tea farm includes live music, games for children, dance troupes, comedy events, and iced tea.
The First Flush Festival Concert will feature Vermont-based rock band Grace Potter and the Nocturnals as the headlining act. The group’s recent self-titled album (produced by T Bone Burnett) achieved critical and commercial success last year. Support includes sets from Leslie, Gaslight Street, and Long Miles, with more acts to be announced.
Advance tickets are available for $20 online at etix.com. Tickets will also be available for $25 on the day of the event at the plantation’s entrance.