Philadelphia, PA – Jam on the Grass, an annual music and arts festival that celebrates a decade of bringing people together through music, friendship, and community, is back to mark its 10th anniversary. On Saturday, October 7, from 12 pm to 10 pm at Cannstatter Volksfest Verein in Philadelphia, PA, attendees can expect a fun and effervescent scene complete with top local musicians, vendors, artists, performers, and more.
Jam on the Grass Celebrates its 10th Anniversary
The musical lineup is headlined by renowned Consider the Source with additional performances from Three Fourteen, John Ferrera’s Mono Means One, Fawziyya Heart, Acez, and Laura Forman, ensuring a day filled with various musical styles. Live tunes will accompany visual projections from N.E Thing Productions, with Blast Boyo, Nika Norris, and Steve Shorts creating artwork on the premises.
Beyond the musical entertainment festival programming will feature fabric dyeing workshops by Cosmos' Cosmic Dyes Co., hula sessions with Spin Co., as well as a plethora of craft vendors including Jaya Kava Brimstone Apothecary Rosie's Grateful Garden Redecorate by Riley Remarkable Dcore Kindred Vibrations Lost and Found Art Aphrodeezyack Artwork Sprogels Run Ceramics Caroline Lambert Art Ashley Fay Art Dugout Philly Candles LLC WitchCrft ArtesinA.
“Jam on the Grass is all about bringing family and friends together in the most organic way possible - 10 years of relationship building founded on good morals and friendship," said Andy Hionides of Three Fourteen and festival co-organizer. "The common theme here is community."
Admission to the festival is $25 per person when purchased in advance or $30 on the day of the event. For more information or to buy tickets, connect with Jam on the Grass via Instagram.
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