Good Vibes Jamboree is kicking off festival season at Mother Nature’s Farm on Saturday, April 17 with live music performances, food trucks, beverages, farm animals and lawn games. The event will be held in celebration of Arizona’s reopening under Doug Ducey’s most recent executive order, which has lifted restrictions on gatherings.
“We are excited to launch this event and celebrate Arizonians’ love of outdoor events,” said Event Manager Mandy Martin. “We encourage families to come together, experience some fantastic live music, eat from our delicious lineup of food trucks, feed the farm animals and enjoy a game of cornhole or horseshoes.”
Live music performances will kick off at 2:30 p.m. with Chad Freeman and the Redline.
The Matt Farris Country band will take the stage after and play until 9:30 p.m. in the evening. Activities will include animal feeding, Jenga, horseshoes, cornhole, Connect 4, Checkers, a maze, and a dirt slide.
The festival will take place from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Mother’s Nature Farm is located at 1663 E. Baseline Rd. in Gilbert. Masks are optional.
Tickets are available now for $15 presale price. Tickets will be $20 at the gate. Children under one-years-old are free and children ages one to 12-years-old are $5. To purchase tickets, visit http://www.goodvibesjamboree.com.