We're adding an event to our summer schedule. The Paddle Faster Bluegrass Festival on Saturday, August 19th has been relocated to Hilltop Farm! Please read more about the event below...
The Friends of the Farm at Hilltop are happy to host to the Paddle Faster Bluegrass Festival on Saturday, August 19th. The day-long event will be held on the lawn north of the Big White Barn. Bring your own chairs or a blanket, and don't forget the sun screen! You are also welcome to bring a picnic.
Each of the bands will play a couple of sets throughout the day.
to playing on the main stage, some of the performers will be jamming in the "Manure Shed" on the east side of the barn, so feel free to bring your own instruments.
To keep the kids entertained a play area, including a couple of bounce houses, will be set up in farmyard, and there is always our huge sand pile to play in!
There should be a food truck or two setting up in the farmyard as well.
Last but not least, a vendor area will be set up next to the music. Click on this link
to contact Paddle Faster Productions and sign up for a 10x10 or a 10x20 space.
Date & Time
The festival is on Saturday, August 19th. No rain date. Gates will open at 9am, and the music will start at 11am.
Located at Hilltop Farm in Suffield, CT
Hilltop Farm is located about 1 mile south of the Six Flags amusement park, at 1616 Mapleton Ave., Route 159, in Suffield, CT.
It is part of the original 500-acre estate created by George Hendee, co-founder of the Indian Motocycle Company in Springfield, Mass.
Advance Tickets at EventBrite!
Tickets for the festival are available now through
EventBrite. The cost is $30 plus tax for adults, and kids 15 and younger get in for free.
The Friends of the Farm at Hilltop, Inc. (FOFAH) is an all volunteer, non-profit, tax-exempt, charitable corporation dedicated to restoring Hilltop Farm into an educational and recreational resource for the community. All donations go to the improvement of the farm. Many thanks to our volunteers for their dedication and community support that has allowed FOFAH to advance the restoration of the Hilltop Farmstead.