Webcast, mobile app all part of Farm Aid 30

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If you’re headed to Farm Aid 30 on Sept. 19 at FirstMerit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island, or if you’d like to watch a live stream of the concert, here’s some useful info:

— You can access the entire Farm Aid experience via the official Farm Aid 30 mobile app, available for iPhone and Android;

— The concert event will be webcast live on Saturday, Sept. 19, beginning at 2:30 p.m. (Chicago time) at farmaid.org. The webcast will feature artist performances and stories from family farmers and eaters across the country;

— The Film2FarmAid Festival runs Sept. 15-17 at 7 p.m. at McCormick Place. Tickets ($5-$20) are available here. The three-day festival will showcase feature and short films about food and farming each night, followed by a brief Q&A with filmmakers, farmers, and food systems changers. Visit FarmAid.org/events.

Concert tickets ($49.50-$189.50) are still available at livenation.com.


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