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Life is Good Festival - 9/24 & 9/25

9/14/2011 09:48:00 PM
Every year the folks over at Life is Good put on an awesome festival.  This year it happens to be out in the 'burbs, which makes it a little harder to get to, but thank goodness for Zipcar.

Life is good® is excited to announce that musicians from the Boston Pops have signed on to play at the 2011 Life is good Festival. World-class musicians from the Pops’ string and brass sections led by guest conductor Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR) will join Brandi Carlile and The Levon Helm Band for portions of their individual sets on Sunday, September 25, 2011.

Set to take place September 24-25 at Prowse Farm in Canton, MA, a suburb of Boston, the two-day music and fundraising festival is hosted by Life is good®, a Boston-based company that spreads the power of optimism through its colorful collection of apparel and accessories and through its social mission to help kids overcome life-threatening challenges.

Adult single-day tickets are $65, and $120 two-day tickets are also available. Tickets for children ages 2-12 are available for $20 for a single day ticket and $35 for a two-day ticket. Children under 2 are admitted free of charge. Prowse Farm is fully accessible via public transportation, with all-day shuttles to and from the nearby Rte. 128/University Avenue train station. A large number of free parking spots are also available. 

I was walking to work today listening to one of my favorite classical cds (Yo Yo Ma Plays Ennio Morricone) and I realized that it's been too long since I've heard the Pops. 

Click (here) to get tickets.

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1 Response to "Life is Good Festival - 9/24 & 9/25"

  1. Adam K. Said,

    Actually very easy to get there. There are shuttle busses all day long from the 128/Norwood train station. A 5 minute bus ride to the festival site. Last year they worked out incredibly well.

    Posted on 9/16/11, 9:00 PM


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