Live concerts return to Appel Farm with big names this summer


What do Indigo Girls, Tedeschi Trucks and The Hooters have in common?

Through a partnership between Appel Farm Arts & Music Campus and BRE Presents, these bands will bring the music back to the Meadow Stage at Appel Farm this summer.

When asked about the partnership, Cori Solomon, Executive Director of Appel Farm Arts & Music Campus, said, “I’m thrilled that our campus is once again experiencing the thrill and community of large-scale outdoor concerts!

“Although we focused six years ago on educating the arts for young people and families in our region, we were looking for a financially sustainable way to bring our magical scenes to life. After the terrible year that passed, a spark of hope was kindled when BRE Presents offered their mutual interest in our venue for the sake of these amazing artists playing,” said Solomon.

“By teaming up, our dedicated volunteers and fans will support the concerts while BRE will provide the capacity, expertise and capital to get some of our favorite artists back on the farm.”

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The concert program includes:

  • indigo girls3 p.m. June 20, tickets $79.
  • Tedeschi Trucks4 p.m. July 18, tickets $79.
  • Mermaids3 p.m. Aug. 14, tickets $65.

According to the BRE Presents Facebook page, concert tickets are available in four-seat “pods,” with a limited number of two-seat pods available. This will provide “the best opportunity for as many fans as possible to enjoy the show, and to do so safely, responsibly and in accordance with applicable health and safety regulations and guidelines!”

The concerts will take place outside, rain or shine, with seating on the lawn. Ticket holders can bring blankets and chairs.

Tedeschi Trucks will be part of the lineup of BRE Presents concerts offered this summer at the Appel Farm Arts & Music campus in Elmer.

When a Facebook user asked if he could dance during the concert, BRE Presents replied, “Of course you can dance! We just ask that you be mindful of your neighbors and stay in your pod to stay socially distant and safe.

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So grab some tickets and your dancing shoes (or if the weather is nice, you might just want to go barefoot) and get ready to enjoy the music this summer!

Appel Farm is at 457 Shirley Road.

For information on BRE Presents or tickets, visit or

For information about Appel Farm, call (856) 358-2472 or visit

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