Mitchell Farm Music Festival 2018
Pictured: (Left to Right) Hank Horn and Dee Doolittle, Founder and Executive Director of Mitchell Farm
Listen below to Dee Doolittle, Founder and Executive Director of Mitchell Farm and Renee DiNino, Director of Community Affairs for iHeartMedia talk about the upcoming Music Festival being held at Mitchell Farm on September 15th! The musical acts include Aztec Two-Step, Jonathan Edwards, and The Pousette-Dart Band. More details about the music festival are listed below.
Mitchell Farm Mission
To provide a safe and comfortable retirement alternative for aged and infirm horses to live out their lives and to offer educational opportunities on equine welfare
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About Mitchell Farm Music Festival
This event not only serves as a fund-raiser for our non-profit horse sanctuary but also brings awareness to equine welfare issues and builds community interaction. You just can’t beat the energy generated by hundreds of people sharing the experience of live music, great food and bucolic hills dotted with grazing horses. Salem Valley, where we are located, is a gem in Southeastern Connecticut. It sits on land designated for agricultural use by the Connecticut Farm Land Trust, and is bordered by the congressionally designated “Wild & Scenic” Eight Mile River Basin. Beauty and wildlife abound here; the music festival enables us to share this exceptional place as well as support our mission.
- Parking opens at noon.
- Gate opens at 1:30 p.m.
- Music begins at 2:30 p.m.
- Bring a blanket or lawn chair.
- Bring a picnic if you like.
- Food vendors available.
- Please No Dogs
Location: Mitchell Farm Equine Retirement, Inc. 300 East Haddam Road (Route 82) Salem, CT 06420