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When it comes to festival shows, few can top Farm Aid. Farm Aid always packs a lineup complete with some of the music industry's top stars Don't miss your chance to see Farm Aid LIVE! Buy your Farm Aid tickets now!
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Farm Aid Concert Tickets

The biggest names in music come together to host the Farm Aid music festival and raise money to help keep family farmers on their land. This benefit concert is the longest-running in the United States and features Farm Aid board members Neil Young, Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp and Dave Matthews. Pick up your Farm Aid tickets to enjoy a day of entertainment from music legends while helping keep family farming on its feet.

Farm Aid has been running since 1985 in different cities across America. This year, the fest comes to Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga Springs, New York. Along with iconic superstars hosts making an appearance at 2013's tour, Jack Johnson, Amos Lee, Kacey Musgraves, Toad the Wet Sprocket and other eclectic artists are on the lineup. And since the fest is all about farming, you can bet there's going to be some good eats.

Since starting out, this event has brought in more than $43 million to support local farming. But the nonprofit organization also supports the cause through initiatives like the Good Food Movement, which helps to bridge the gap between consumers and small farms and give people greater access to healthy, family-farmed food.