The Borderland Music & Arts Festival released an electrifying lineup this week in anticipation of its inaugural festival at Knox Farm State Park. Scheduled for Sept. 22 and 23, the event is known particularly for its appreciation of rich artisan history within the Buffalo-Niagara region and will be accompanied by sounds from a wide spectrum of bands.
The headliners for the festival are just as incredible as the food, drinks, and services offered. Saturday’s lineup features major names such as the Revivalists, the Sam Roberts Band, Dr. Dog, Sam Bush Band, and Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds. Additionally one of Buffalo’s favorite Canadian groups, the Barr Brothers will be crossing the border to share their high energy folk tracks. Sunday features blue-eyed Philly soul legend John Oates & the Good Road Band, Oteil & Friends, Margo Price, and the Infamous Stringdusters.
Tickets are available now and vary in packages from two-day VIP to General Admission. The two-day VIP ticket is priced at $359 and includes VIP parking, prime viewing for both stages, a private bar with local fare, and a private Friday Night reception at the Knox Mansion. In addition, the festival is family friendly with free admission for children 10 and under when accompanied by a paying adult. Even the location of the event is breathtaking as it is fully surrounded by the Great White North and Great Lakes. For anyone looking to enjoy a fantastic weekend filled with delicious food, talented music, and excellent drinks, the Borderland Music & Arts festival is a fest to surely consider this fall.
Check out the video for the Revivalists’ hit song, “Wish I Knew You” below: