Farm Aid 2017. Photo by: Farm Aid / Twitter
Farm Aid 2017. Photo by: Farm Aid / Twitter

Stream Farm Aid 2017 Starting at 3:00 P.M. EST

Farmers, musicians and the general public combine today for Farm Aid 2017 in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania.

The event has sold out of tickets with 23,000 attendees, but guests can still dial in for the live stream on YouTube. In addition, listeners can tune into SIRIUS XM Radio.


Willie Nelson’s SiriusXM station, Willie’s Roadhouse, will provide live music plus backstage interviews with artists, local family farmers and more starting at 12 p.m. ET.

Farm Aid Live Stream Performance Schedule

3:00pm – Jamey Johnson
3:23pm – Margo Price
4:00pm – Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
4:45pm – Avett Brothers
5:35pm – Jack Johnson
6:30pm – Sheryl Crow
7:25pm – Dave Matthews with Tim Reynolds
8:25pm – John Mellencamp
9:25pm – Neil Young + Promise of the Real
10:25pm – Willie Nelson & Family

(Schedule subject to change.)

More performances from earlier in the day will appear during set changes.

Farm Aid 2017 Live – Sept. 16 at 3pm Eastern

“Growing up in rural Missouri farm country, family farmers were a big part of our community,” says Nathaniel Rateliff, who is from Hermann, MO.

“I am proud to play on the Farm Aid stage again, especially in Western Pennsylvania, where agriculture is at the heart of the community.”

Farm Aid App

The Farm Aid 2017 app allows you to:

  • Get concert updates first
  • Learn about and listen to the artists on the Farm Aid lineup
  • Add artists, workshops, and artist briefings to make your own personal schedule for the day
  • Find out where you’re going with the festival map
  • Check out the HOMEGROWN food & drink offerings
  • Read about the interactive exhibits in the HOMEGROWN Village
  • Learn about our Farmer Heroes
  • Take and post photos to share your Farm Aid experience with your friends

If you get a chance, donate and help Farm Aid support farmers nationwide.

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Matthew McGuire is the founder and editor of Crescent Vale News. In 2014, he acquired a master's degree in Professional Media and Media Management from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.