Listen to live sets and interviews from Farm Aid 2023
Returning for the third time to the state of Indiana, this year’s Farm Aid will take place on September 23 at Ruoff Music Center in Noblesville. Beginning at 12 pm ET, SiriusXM subscribers will be able to listen to the full Farm Aid 2023 festival on three channels: Willie’s Roadhouse (Ch. 61), Dave Matthews Band Radio (Ch. 30), and Grateful Dead Channel (Ch. 23).
The annual music and food festival will feature performances by Farm Aid board members Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp, Dave Matthews (with Tim Reynolds), and Margo Price, as well as Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros featuring The Wolfpack, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Lukas Nelson, Allison Russell, The String Cheese Incident, and Particle Kid.
SiriusXM’s live coverage also will include backstage interviews with artists and stories from family farmers, hosted by Dallas Wayne and Ari Fink. All coverage will feature a behind-the-scenes look at Farm Aid 2023 and the organization’s year-round work to strengthen family farm agriculture.
“Family farmers have the solutions to some of our toughest challenges,” said Willie. “As we face a changing climate, farmers in Indiana, across the Midwest and all over the country are farming in ways that create more resilient farms to build healthy soils and protect our water.”
Farm Aid’s Mission
The mission of Farm Aid is to build a vibrant, family farm-centred system of agriculture in America. Farm Aid artists and board members Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp, Dave Matthews, and Margo Price host an annual festival to raise funds to support Farm Aid’s work with family farmers and to inspire people to choose family farm food.
For more than 35 years, Farm Aid, with the support of the artists who contribute their performances each year, has raised more than $70 million to support programs that help farmers thrive, expand the reach of the Good Food Movement, take action to change the dominant system of industrial agriculture and promote food from family farms.