Encore Performances

Can’t make it to our Saturday shows or HAVE to see your favorite band again? We have you covered with Encore Performances by a few of your favorite bands.

  • Doors open at 6 p.m.
  • Guests are welcome to picnic before the show.
  • Concerts start at 7:30 p.m.


July 8: The Accidentals
August 5: The Alley Cats
August 19: Mama Caught Fire


Cost: $22.50
Seating is first-come first-served.
Available starting April 9, 2018 at NOON.


  • Print your receipt and bring it with you to will-call.


For Parking Instructions click HERE

Encore Performances are not a part of season passes for The Series at Lavender Hill Farm.

Meet the Band

The Accidentals (SOLD OUT)


“Described by John Sinkevics of Local Spins as “genre-melding indie-folk,” The Accidentals (Sav Buist and Katie Larson) exhibit “a musical and lyrical sophistication that outstrips most mainstream bands.”

“Displaying a genre-hopping range of influence and some smart songwriting skills to go with their abundant musical chops.” – SXSW: 7 Breakout Acts – Billboard Magazine

“Musically, their songs sift together folk, bluegrass, alt-rock, and even classical music.” 10 Artists to Watch in 2017 -Yahoo Music

“Already known for their high-energy live show and willingness to connect with fans through personal tunes, and an intriguing back story, The Accidentals are going places.” The Accidentals Have Arrived: The Tireless Trio Behind the Wheel of Good Fortune, Huffington Post

“Spanning SXSW showcases, sold-out shows at renowned theaters, and performances with the likes of respected veterans of the biz like Andrew Bird, the Wailers, and even Joan Baez, there’s no doubting that the precocious Sav Buist, Katie Larson, and Michael Dause are scaling great heights as they continue to quickly charm audiences throughout the States.” 20 Questions: The Accidentals – PopMatters


The Alley Cats


“The Alley Cats are America’s Doo-Wop group, serving up a perfect blend of 1950’s & 60’s hits and hilarious comedy. With their tight, four-part harmony and delightful antics, these musical comics have been Jay Leno’s opening act for the past seven years. Additionally, they have opened for Jerry Seinfeld, Joan Rivers and have appeared on numerous television shows for NBC, CBS, and PBS. The Alley Cats have performed in concert all over the world alongside iconic groups such as The Coasters, The Drifters, and The Beach Boys. Most notably, they were featured with Jay Black as The Americans on the television special Pop, Rock and Doo-Wop. Proudly, The Alley Cats have had the special honor of entertaining US military troops serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, and have had the great privilege of being invited by The President of The United States to perform at The White House.” –thealleycats.com


Mama Caught Fire


“Minneapolis-based trio Mama Caught Fire is known for its intricate harmonies, emotional storytelling, and raw vocal power. At the center of the group’s sound is three-part vocal harmony, often accompanied by guitar, ukulele, or piano. Mama Caught Fire is frequently compared to bands like The Wailin’ Jennys, The Staves, and Crosby, Stills & Nash. Band members Abigail Tuominen, Molly Sowash, and Julia Hobart each write for the group, grappling with themes such as grief, fear for the environment, and fierce love for community. Mama Caught Fire’s debut album, Listen As She Speaks, will be released in June 2018.”


Eliza Thorp is an up-and-coming Singer/Songwriter to the Northern Michigan area. In her youth she grew up listening and dancing in the kitchen with her Mom to the likes of Carol King, Diana Krall and lots of Simon and Garfunkel. She credits her Grandmother, Peg, for instilling a deep love for the piano. She weaves stories of home, the heart and places she’s been. Eliza often finds inspiration for her songs in her daily adventures outside with her dog, Mia. You can sometimes hear the sound of her favorite trails woven within her songs if you listen closely.