Ray LaMontagne, The Avett Brothers, Michael Franti and Levon Helm Band are just a few of the acts set to appear at the annual “Life is good Festival” Sept. 24-25 in Canton, Mass.
Taking place at Prowse Farm located just minutes from Boston, “Life is good” serves as a festival and a fundraiser and is hosted by the Life is good apparel company, whose mission in life is to sell clothing while helping kids overcome life-threatening challenges. The company’s Life is good Kids Foundation has raised more than $6.5 million for needy kids since 2003.
Partnering with Superfly Presents, the same folks involved with Bonnaroo and San Francisco’s Outside Lands festivals, Sept. 24 at “Life is good” features performances by The Avett Brothers, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Martin Sexton, Ingrid Michaelson, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Tristan Prettyman Band and Dwight & Nicole.
The Sept. 25 festivities include headliner Ray LaMontagne along with Levon Helm Band, Brandi Carlile, Raphael Saadiq, The Hold Steady, Maceo Parker, Ryan Montbleau, Zee Avi and Jenny Dee & The Deelinquents.
Meanwhile The Good Kids Stage will feature Imagination Movers, Keller Williams, The Laurie Berkner Band and Ben Rudnick & Friends on both days.
Prices range from $65 single-day adult tickets to $120 two-day ducats and go on sale June 16 at 10 a.m. EDT. Single tickets for children ages 2-12 cost $20 while two-day passes for kids in that age group will run you $35 per. Visit Lifeisgood.com for more info.