Daytrotter Barnstormer tour stopping in Ghent

daytrotter barnstormer poster ghentUpdate: This show has apparently been moved to Brooklyn.

If, for some odd reason, you're not planning to be at Rest Fest -- or, perhaps, you are just an ambitious consumer of live music -- here's a show coming up that could be good: Daytrotter is bringing its Barnstormer tour to Ghent on August 27.

Daytrotter has built up a remarkable collection of in-studio performances from indie bands that have stopped at the site's place in Illinois. The tour sort of takes the show on the road -- to actual barns (thus the name).

The lineup for the show at the Sunnyview Farm Barn in Ghent: White Rabbits, We Are Augustines, Blood Orange, Doug Paisley, Christopher Paul Stelling, and The Loom.

Tickets are $20 ahead / $25 at the door.

Earlier on AOA: Two national acts added to Rest Fest lineup

Yep, AOA is a media sponsor of Rest Fest.

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Daytrotter Barnstrormer tour at Sunnyview Farm
140 Arch Bridge Rd
Ghent, NY 12075

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