The 2020 edition of Farm Aid took place this weekend at Alpine Valley Music Center in East Troy, Wisconsin, featuring performances by Willie Nelson & The Family, Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds, Neil Young, John Mellencamp, Luke Combs and more.
The weather didn’t cooperate for the outdoor fest, with fans getting rained on, but that didn’t stop the artists from delivering a great night of music.
Nelson was back for the first time since canceling some shows due to his health, and didn’t disappoint. He performed such songs as “Whiskey River” and “Still Is Still Moving to Me,” as well as “It’s All Going to Pot” and “Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die.” He was also joined by Young for “I Saw the Light,” and “Will The Circle Be Unbroken,” before Jamey Johnson, Randy Houser, Nathaniel Rateliff, and Margo Price joined them to close the show with “I’ll Fly Away”
Meanwhile Young, who took the stage 52 minutes late, was joined by Promise of the Real, treating the crowd to such classics as “Harvest Moon,” “Heart Of Gold,” “Throw Your Hatred Down,”Rockin’ In The Free World,” and more.
Source: Jam Bands