VIDEOS and PHOTOS: Rock the Farm Music Festival Draws Hundreds to Eastleigh Farm

FRAMINGHAM – Eastleigh Farm hosted an all-day music festival yesterday, July 14.

More than 10 musical acts performed between 11  a.m. and 7 p.m. at the Framingham Farm.

In between acts, attendees could eat pulled pork from the The Patriot Pig BBQ tent, or try salmon strips, tuna kabobs or fish ‘n chips from Captain Marden’s Cod Squad food truck, there was also hamburgers and hotdogs from Pete’s Pushcarts catering. Jack’s Abby Craft Lagers and Artifact Cider Project offered refreshments, and Eastleigh sold its ice cream from its new bus.

Headlining acts on the two stages included Eclipse, Boatyard Resin, Dwayne Haggins, The Road Dawgs, Ghost Train, Cindy Lou Music, Roadhouse Strangers, the Racky Thomas band.

Sponsored by Tthe  Bose CorporationBaby Safe Haven and Ellingwood Construction, the event drew a couple of hundred people and families to the Edmands Road farm.

If you wanted a break from the music you could shop at Avenue C Designs or stop by the antiques barn run by B. Barton & Company.

Eastleigh Farm is hoping to make the music festival an annual event in the City of Framingham


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