At a magical farm 30 minutes North of Atlanta, two of Atlanta's hottest upcoming artists plan to rock the cozy and lovable stage that hides in the woods of pono acres. On October 16th, you can catch Staff and Mackalie Davidson setting the tone with a blend of Southern Rock, Blues, Soul, and Jazz! As you sit in your lawn chairs, and the sun begins to set the evening will start with a carefully crafted acoustic set by Mackalie. Following the amazing singer and songwriter, the 6 peice band known as Staff will be picking up the pace and showing you the delicious fusion of influences they've gathered along the way. Expect an allman brothers like sound with amazing slide guitar, delectible jams, and stellar vocals from this hot and ready band! The sound is state of the art, the feel of the farm is one of a kind, and the music is going to be out of control! Feel free to bring your acoustic, so you can jam out with us after the show, and get ready for the ultimate Pono Acres experience!
It is Bring Your Own Everything - chairs, a cooler, and whatever else you need to make yourself comfortable. Food available for purchase:Come early to reserve a spot (seating is first come first served) and enjoy the sights and sounds of the farm. No dogs. Venmo is the preferred payment method (@Brian-Koonin) but we’re connected to most other electronic payment methods as well. Shows are rain or shine, No refunds.
RV and Camping Options Available:
Tent camping: $10
RV: $20 (no hookups) / $50 w/ hookups (only 2 spots available so reserve quickly)
“She-shed” - Want that camping experience but like sleeping in a real bed? Then this may be the option for you. Furnished shed, no electric or plumbing but bathrooms are a short(ish) walk away. All you need are sheets, a blanket, and a pillow. $50
Our concerts are private events open to friends of the farm and fans of the artists we host. Bring your friends, help us spread the word and be sure to check out our website at Ponoacres.com!
Brian & Amy Koonin
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