Join us for a concert headlined by modern Americana band Justin Trawick and the Common Good on the lawn of the historic barn at Rocklands. A Virginia native, singer-songwriter Justin Trawick bends genres using traditional instrumentation to create a unique sound that is sure to make you want to dance!
For more on Justin Trawick and the Common Good: https://justintrawick.com/music/
Opening the show will be Dear Someone, a duo of multi-instrumentalist musicians Cheryl Gendron and Mark Glaudemans, playing Americana, folk, soft, and rocking acoustic sounds.
For more on Dear Someone: https://tinyurl.com/DearSomeoneMusic1001
Rocklands wine will be available for purchase-we'll have a bar just for ticket holders inside the gates! Come hungry as we will have food vendors onsite.
20% of ticket sales will go to the Sugarland Ethno-History Project.
Founded by the families of formerly enslaved people in the years following emancipation, the town of Sugarland is one of the best documented historic African American communities in Montgomery County. Moved by a 150-year tradition of faith, family, and community, the SEHP continues to fulfill its mission: to preserve the historic 1893 Sugarland church; to maintain a vast collection of historical artifacts, images, and documents; and to encourage and share further research into the history of Sugarland and other African American communities in the area.
For more on the SEHP, visit https://www.sugarlandproject.org/
$20 in advance | $25 day-of
*$5 discount for Rocklands Farm Winery Cellar Club members. Cellar Club members-use discount code CLUB*
Rain or shine (LOTS of indoor space in the event of rain).
Gates to the concert area open at 5pm...be one of the first inside to snag the best spots! We encourage you to bring picnic blankets and camp chairs to enjoy our lawn seating area right in front of the stage.
Dear Someone 6pm, Justin Trawick and the Common Good 7pm.