This will be our fifth annual Nowhere Else Festival, and these gatherings have undoubtedly become some of the highlights of our career.Headliners include Over the Rhine, of course, as well as Patty Griffin, Joe Henry, Mary Gauthier, Allison Russel and more spread across the 23-acre farm and an open-air tent.
Thanks to all of you who have attended for helping us establish a world-class boutique music and arts festival that feels like an extended musical family reunion in a beautiful green space on our small farm in Ohio. It really is a festival unlike any other. There is room at this table for everyone.
We have already confirmed a truly amazing group of musicians, writers and artists. Feeling grateful. We are looking forward to being inspired and making many new connections and discoveries right along with the rest of you.
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