Put your party pants on, lace up your dancin’ shoes, bring a lawn chair or blanket, and come out for a rockin’ good time to support Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture. Join us at The Lily Patch Farm for Beth McKee’s first annual Swamp Sistas La-La in the High Country, an evening of music, food and fun featuring performances by McKee, Terri Binion, Melissa Reaves, Inspiral Fire Tribe, AcroYoga, and a Swamp Sistas Songwriting Circle.
$50 ticket includes a locally sourced supper of authentic Louisiana Gumbo (vegetarian Gumbo option), an old south Pimiento Cheese sandwich, and a drink ticket. Additional adult beverages available for purchase. Tea and water included.
Gates open at 4pm. Party starts at 5pm. Dinner begins at 6:15. Party is over at 9pm.
Carpooling requested, AWD cars recommended on the farm. Shuttle available. No dogs please as The Lily Patch Farm is an official wildlife re-entry site and there are small wild critters readjusting to life in the real world.
Swamp Sistas is a diverse community of over 2,500 women established in 2010 by singer/songwriter Beth McKee. We embrace our roots while marching to our own drum beat, and we throw giant parties called Swamp Sistas La Las, inspired by the Creole traditional soiree’ where musicians gather, friends dance and everybody gives what they can for a common cause.
The 2016 Swamp Sistas La La @Fringe happened on Saturday, May 21st at Loch Haven Park in Orlando, Florida for another record breaking year at the Orlando Fringe Festival. We raised our voices in song and celebration and $8,500 with our online campaign La La Summer Hope to help 2nd Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida feed kids who badly need it this summer.