Join us at Luscombe Family Farm on Saturday, Oct. 25. An Evening With Farm Aid is our event series dedicated to an intimate celebration of local family farm food, incredible music and community. Seats are limited to 150 guests. We limit the attendance to a small group of people to create a once in a lifetime experience for our guests.

We will celebrate the region's family farmers with a cocktail reception followed by dinner in the field. Executive Chef Robert Lyford will craft a seasonal, ingredient-driven menu that utilizes the best of what North Texas family farms have to offer.

HoneyHoney is providing the evening's entertainment. An American singer-songwriter duo evoking California's hippie Dust Bowl fringe, equal parts Okie squalor and Pacific shimmer, there is a strong pull of Woody Guthrie-esque folk, vintage Buffalo Springfield, glints of Gram Parsons and bits of Bonnie Raitt's early blues, Rickie Lee Jones reality and Bakersfield Saturday nights. Not country, not folk, not rock, it is a hybrid that defies exact definition. With fiddles threading the melodies, big acoustic guitar sounds and banjos plinking as percussively as melodically, there is an old world feel to HoneyHoney that is as fresh and right now as it is tube radios and old lace. We are lucky to have the support of incredible musicians who appreciate our mission and share our vision in celebrating family farmers.

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An Evening With Farm Aid is dedicated to celebrating regional family farmers and live music in an intimate community setting. Our goal is to inspire, entertain, inform and bring together communities in support of our nation’s family farmers.

Click here to register for An Evening With Farm Aid. Contact Kari Williams, Farm Aid's development director, with any questions regarding the event or sponsorship opportunities.

Luscombe Family Farm is located at 8649 Luscombe Farm Drive in Anna.

Unable to attend, but wish to contribute?

Contributions will support Farm Aid's grant program for 2014. Your gift provides farmers the tools and resources they need to access new institutional and buyers' markets, creates innovative programs that build local and regional food systems, promotes fair farm policies and stands with farmers in times of crisis.