Mad Tea Party Jam Announces 2017 Dates

Article Contributed by Appalachian Jamwich | Published on Wednesday, December 7, 2016

The Mad Tea Party Jam, presented by Appalachian Jamwich, has announced on Dec. 6th, 2016, that the annual music festival will be returning in 2017 on the weekend of June 15-18th, to Four Quarters Farm in Artemas, PA.

"The new venue was a great move for us and we are excited to host Mad Tea Party at Four Quarters once again," says co-founder Elise Olmstead.  This premiere venue is nestled in a hundred year-old forest fostered by the Interfaith owners and members who have immense respect for the land.  Four Quarters Interfaith Sanctuary features shade, flushing toilets, showers, a beautiful "Stone Circle" that will host the main stage, and more.

The Mad Tea Party Jam was created originally to celebrate the anniversary of founders Elise and Taco Olmstead.  They will be celebrating their 7th wedding anniversary this year.  The festival is not just a lineup, but an experience marked by love, community, and creativity.

The musical lineup has not yet been announced.  "Blind Faith" tickets will go on sale Tuesday December 13th.