Kevin Costner and Modern West lead the Homestead Festival’s musical lineup

The Farm Festival, a one-of-a-kind outdoor event, will debut June 3-4, 2022 at Rory Feek’s historic 100-acre farm in Columbia, Tennessee. Combining music and meaning, the two-day affair includes musical performances including headliner Kevin Costner & Modern West, as well as masterclass lectures by prominent family community leaders such as Dr. Temple Grandin, Joel Salatin, Justin Rhodes and many more.

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In addition to Costner and his band making a rare stopover on their Tales From Yellowstone 2 tour, the main stage musical lineup also includes The Isaacs, Jimmy Fortune and the Brotherly Love Project (Bradley Walker, Mike Rogers, Jimmy Fortune and Ben Isaacs), along with other bands on a smaller stage.

“We are all, of course, delighted to have Mr. Costner and his group come to join us for the event. But the truth is, we’re just as thrilled to have all of the amazing performers and speakers who are taking time out of their busy lives to come to Tennessee and share their knowledge and skills with individuals and families who will also come from all over. to be part of this special weekend,” says Rory Feek, GRAMMY-winning artist and New York Times bestselling author.

“The format for this Friday and Saturday will be classes and talks on the farm throughout the day and music on the main stage in the evenings as the sun sets,” Rory continues. “Several tents here in the field will host concurrent speakers sharing their vast experience of learning to be more self-sufficient and live closer to the earth, which I think are very important things that are not passed down through the generations. future as they used to be, especially with the struggles we all face in the world today. People want to learn the skills and information that can help them support their families in these times. difficulties and also add meaning and joy to their lives.

Lectures and on-farm classes at the festival will vary from growing and preserving your own food, to raising bees or chicks, to home birth and home schooling. Attendees will also be able to explore and shop at the Homestead Marketplace, with over 100 vendors, skilled artisans, local food trucks, and a demo area showcasing a variety of farm arts and crafts like carpenters, blacksmiths, gardening experts, horticulturists, artists, and many more.

The Homestead Festival is located at 4765 Hardison Mill Road in Columbia, Tennessee 38401.


From 2008 to 2013, Rory Feek and his wife Joey hosted their annual Bib & Buckle Fest, where thousands of fans from around the world attended outdoor concerts on the lawn of their historic farmhouse. This will be the first time Rory has brought outdoor music to his property since then.

Since Joey passed away in 2016, Rory has expanded the farm by adding more rotational pastures for cows and chickens, a one-room schoolhouse with barnyard and livestock, several gardens, a greenhouse and continued to organize concerts on the farm in its 300 years. -place of headquarters known as Homestead Hall. All with the goal of being more sustainable for his large extended family who live, work and teach on the farm.

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