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Bash on the Farm gears up for new Forest City location

Austin Daily Herald, Minn.

FOREST CITY, Iowa — More than 50 artists will rock the farm at the annual, family friendly Christian music festival known as Bash on the Farm Friday and Saturday, June 8 and 9.

The festival features Tricia Brock and Fireflight and begins at 1 p.m. Friday with bands on the Shed Stage. Music begins on the Yard Stage at 2 p.m. and the Main Stage at 4:30 p.m.

The new location, a 91-acre site near Forest City, Iowa, keeps with the festival’s namesake farm theme and allows organizers to offer greater amenities.

“We are excited about the move,” said Eric Guth, an event volunteer. “The new location has many advantages for the festival, including more space and better facilities. The close proximity to the local businesses and parks in Forest City will also be a benefit to the attendees and performers.”

Attendees interested in camping are encouraged to register in advance at

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Are there fees involved for this? If so, what are they?

There are no fees, it is still a free venue. The reason this venue moved to Heritage Park rather then the old venue just south of Garner on the farm is because Heritage Park offers camping facilities. Meaning, RV type of camping. Electricity, running water, ect. The old venue offered camping, but mostly just tents. I think if you plan on camping there, there might be a fee.

Just FYI. There are always donation boxes at Bash on the Farm. Even though they don’t charge, I always recommend that anyone that goes put a buck or two in the donation boxes. This is what keeps this event going. 11 years and going strong. Even if you don’t agree with the “Christian” faith, it is still an amazing venue. Lots of talent, from all over the United States.

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