Last concert of the season is here! Info and ticktets below
This historic Flagstaff residence was first homesteaded in the late 1800's. With many wonderful memories created here throughout the years, we hope to continue the legacy.
The farm is located an easy 8 miles from Downtown Flagstaff. Rt 66 East (turns into Hwy 89) for 7 miles, turn right on Burris Lane, 1 mile down Burris Lane on the left.
We host our own house concerts with the help of Jeff Gavin and Far Out Booking. We also host exclusive private events for friends of Golden Sage Farm.
Weekend Full Access Passes (with Camping) are on sale now! Day Passes go on sale August 1st.
Our MTB rides are just that, Rides. We are just a bunch of friends that like to hang out on our bikes. Most of the riders are former racers and avid cyclist, not lacking experience. They just don't need to race and have nothing to prove. It makes it super easy for us other cyclist to hang in there. We always stop at the fork in the trail and make sure that everyone is having a good ride. Rides vary from 15 to 25 miles over beginner/intermediate trails. Most of the trails don't have easy cut offs so make sure your bike is tuned and ready to go and that you carry plenty of hydration and snacks! The weather can change quickly in the mountains so pack a jacket even if the forecast is clear. Don't forget sunblock!!
Seven years and three studio albums later The River Arkansas have hit their flow state. Their upcoming four-song EP, Waiting on the Rain, set to release in February 2022, encapsulates this spectacle. It was written, recorded, and produced by River Arkansas frontman Mike Clark in a reconstructed shed he fashioned into a music studio. The recordings manage to capture Clark’s natural ability to extend a friendly hand with tender delivery of lyrical encouragement sprinkled with notes of amusing humor. It may be low hanging fruit to compare The River Arkansas’s music to a river, but a band that delivers indie Americana and honky-tonk swing that erupts like turbulent rapids, curves into country calmness, and crashes smooth blues-rock upon the shore is deserving of the name sharing that sort of kindred power. A batch of Colorado’s finest musicians whose abilities shine throughout the golden hour that is Waiting on the Rain. The five piece each skillfully showcases their craft while seamlessly bonding together as a band. Bolder Beat noted that, “Together, they give off a heartfelt and wholesome sound which resonates with the Colorado lifestyle of mountain life meets the pavement." Mike Clark (singer, songwriter) and Macon Terry (bass) formed The River Arkansas in 2014 after an impromptu studio session led to the release of their first album, Golden Light. The band picked up Robin Chestnut (drums) and Rachel Sliker (violin) for a month-long west coast tour that solidified the band's friendship and led to their sophomore album, You Animal. As the band evolved from a more tender sound to heavier soulful country and blues-rock music, they added the talented Benjamin Gallagher on keys. His addition prompted the band to use 4-piece harmonies and more elaborate arrangements, and they released their third studio album, Any Kind of Weather shortly before the world took a break due to health reasons. With the release of Waiting on the Rain, The River Arkansas demonstrates just how much they’ve mastered the steady flow of their sound.
There is a spiritual space between the desire to live a full life and the awareness the devil is always looming. If that space were a location, it would run right through a speakeasy. The lights would be low, libations aplenty, and the music would be as natural and effortless as sweat on a hot delta night. Comprised of multi-instrumentalist Frank Meyer and vocalist Elena Antinelli, Paper Moon Shiners create that very sound. The Austin, TX band write and perform well-crafted roots, ragtime, early jazz, blues and folk music that is a clear balance of wit, depth and spirit. The duo’s gleefully irreverent stage presence and unlimited creativity are turning heads while their versatility and musicianship consistently take center stage. Two very unique voices, Elena and Frank fearlessly brace their songs with the perfect bone structure of rhythm grounded in groove. The couple’s self-produced, self-titled 2013 debut album was well received and gave them a foothold for several U.S. and European tours. In 2017 they shared festival rosters with Ray Wylie Hubbard, Steve Poltz, Billy Strings, James McMurtry and more.
At age 44, Wes Collins and his wife Anita made a pact to become writers: she started writing fiction and Wes penned his first song. A few years later, they were both multi-award-winners in their fields. Collins more than makes up for lost time with songs so dense with ideas that a first listen only scratches the surface. Come for a haunting melody and some intricate fingerpicking and stay for the wit and deep literary intelligence. There is always more to find in a Wes Collins song.
It wouldn't be out party without Spadefoot (but we call him Miles). -Take a dash of folksy acoustic guitar, a big ole cup of sincerity in the vocals, and a bucket full of grittiness… that’s a weird recipe, but it absolutely works for Miles Adams in this latest track. Small details like harmonics and syncopation creep into the composition for percussive, inpactful moments. Something about it reminds me of Bela Fleck and the artful, jazz-inspired rock moments that defined that revolutionary art. It's experimental, unconventional and captivating.
Thanks to all the artists, volunteers and folks coming out to support this fine little private concert venue!