Jolly Walrus Productions announces the relocation of its second annual grassroots music and arts fest for 2014, Fly Free Fest. After the first year in Adams, Tn., Fly Free Fest will be moving closer to the founder’s home in Chattanooga. This year the festival will be held on the grounds of Cherokee Farms in Lafayette.
Fly Free Fest will host artists from diverse music genres spanning from bluegrass and rock to electronic and hip hop. Camping for patrons on the grounds of Cherokee Farms will be included and the festival will have a variety of programming such as live art, daily workshops, comedy and a children’s zone. It is scheduled for Oct. 10, 11 and 12.
“We will create an intimate, sustainable, eclectic environment with diversity of music as the constant theme," said Executive Producer Corey Petree. "Something that sets our festival apart from many is that we try to place as much emphasis on art as we do on the music. Fly Free Fest will hopefully become a well-known festival as well as a true economic driver for Cherokee Farms and Lafayette, Georgia just as Bonnaroo has been for Manchester.”
General admission tickets and VIP tickets are currently on sale at flyfreefest.com