There is a wonderful mix of the old and new - a lifescape as rooted in New England traditions as the very hills themselves, and yet a place that fosters and inspires independence, creativity and individuality.
The Peacham Acoustic Music Festival is also a blend of the old and the new - roots music from the Celtic traPerformers page for the who's who of the people that will lead our concerts, workshops, jam sessions and dance!
Take a look at the Schedule page and start planning how to ration out your time over the weekend.
A popular event that challenges the creative soul of musicians of every ability level is the Band Scramble. Throw your name in the hat and get thrown together with 3 or 4 other adventurous souls to put together a song or two for presentation during the Saturday Afternoon concert.
Check out this great video put together by our friend Dan Fales from the 2014 PAMFest: 2014 PAMFest Video
Rough camping is available in Peacham Village through the generosity of a local farm owner.
Go to the Accommodation page for more information!
There are several ticketing choices at the 2015 Peacham Acoustic Music Festival and some important purchase options:
Note that the festival is on - rain or shine - the dance and concert venues are indoors
Note that all Peacham Acoustic Music Festival Venues and Grounds are smoke and alcohol free!
No audio or video recording or flash photography without the express written permission of the performer and Copithorn Productions!
Dogs - dogs are allowed at the festival, but there are some rules that need to be observed: dogs are welcome at the festival as long as they are controlled by the owners – generally that means on a leash. They are not allowed inside the venues which include the gym, church, library and Peacham Café – unless they are service dogs. Dogs are allowed on the grounds – around the craft fair and outdoor music tent. Owners are expected to clean up after them should they have “an accident”.