Farm Aid 2019 will take place on Saturday, September 21, at Alpine Valley Music Theatre in East Troy, Wisconsin.
Tickets have sold out!
Tickets for Farm Aid 2019 went on sale July 12 via LiveNation.com, but have now officially sold out! Thank you for your incredible support – we can’t wait to see you in Wisconsin. If you missed out on tickets, stay tuned for ways you can watch and listen at home.
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“With devastating weather, low prices and harmful farm and trade policies, America’s family farmers are facing immense challenges to hold on to their farms. It’s not right … family farmers are essential for all of us. By bringing our festival to the heart of the struggle, we will stand side by side with farmers. At Farm Aid 2019, we’ll highlight solutions and show our support for family farmers’ contributions to our health, economy and environment.” – Willie Nelson, Farm Aid President and Co-Founder
A very limited number of VIP tickets are available for sale, with prices ranging from $450 – $2,250 per ticket. VIP ticket packages include access to a private entrance into the venue, entry into the private VIP club with HOMEGROWN catering and private restrooms.
Farm Aid is teaming up with IfOnly to offer a collection of incredible items and experiences, from behind-the-scenes tours and VIP ticket packages to signed memorabilia from this year’s artists. People can purchase and bid on these special offerings at ifonly.com/FarmAid.
A limited number of pre-sale tickets were made available for sale beginning at 10 am CDT on Wednesday, July 10.
If you have questions about your Farm Aid pre-sale ticket order (not artist or Livenation pre-sale), please contact Ticketstoday at 800-594-8499 or email@example.com.
If you purchased Farm Aid 2019 tickets directly in a Farm Aid pre-sale or from an artist’s fan club, you may not resell them. Farm Aid reserves the right to void any tickets found to be in violation of this policy without issuing a refund. Holders of voided tickets will be denied access to the venue.
This is our effort to thwart the re-sale market. However, many re-sellers have possession of Farm Aid tickets, and this is not prohibited by law. They are charging what the market will bear. Unfortunately, all mark-up over the face value of the ticket does not accrue to Farm Aid. (So yeah, we’re as unhappy with resellers as you are; unfortunately it is out of our control.)