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Life is good Festival 2013 schedule and info

Posted by Matthew Juul  September 18, 2013 01:11 PM

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Hip-hop band The Roots rehearsing at NBC Studios in New York City Feb. 19, 2009. The band will be taking the stage at this year's Life is good Festival.

The Life is good Festival will be returning to Prowse Farm in Canton Sept. 21-22 for two days of music, fundraising, and fun.

The event will feature interactive arts activities, games, and plenty of live musical performances, including Hall and Oates, Jack Johnson, The Roots, Dawes, and more. There will also be a strong local presence, including acts with New England ties like Jesse Dee, Lake Street Dive, Gentlemen Hall, Ryan Montbleau, and more.

Check below to find out all the info you'll need for this year's Life is good Festival.

Festival details

Rain or shine, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 21-22, at Prowse Farm in Canton. Gates open at 11 a.m. and closes at 9:30 p.m.

Ticket information

Two day tickets are $120 for adults, $35 for kids. Single day tickets are $65 for adults, $20 for children. Tickets can be purchased here.

Parking and transportation

The Life is good Festival encourages attendees to take the MBTA commuter rail to the Rt. 128/University Ave Station.

Parking is also available in area lots.

Main stage performances, Saturday, Sept. 21:

11:55 a.m. – Yo Gabba Gabba!
1:45 p.m. – Quinn Sullivan
3:15 p.m. – Trappled by Turtles
5:15 p.m. – The Roots
7:15 p.m. – Daryl Hall and John Oates

Sunday, Sept. 22:

11:55 a.m. – Yo Gabba Gabba!
1:45 p.m. – Jesse Dee
3:15 p.m. – Preservation Hall Jazz Band
5:15 p.m. – Amos Lee
7:15 p.m. – Jack Johnson

To check out the full music schedule, click here.

Arts and activities

The festival will feature plenty of family-friendly activities for kids, including:

-Arts and crafts
-Sack races
-Bocce
-Kanjam
-Disc golf
-Face painting
-Home run derby
-Tug-o-war
-And much more

What not to bring

The festival suggests attendees not bring the following:
- Weapons and illegal substances of any kind
- Alcohol
- Chairs, tents, and lawn furniture
- Umbrellas
- Framed or large backpacks
- Skateboards, scooters, personal motorized vehicles, and bicycles inside the festival grounds (bike racks are available onsite)
- Fireworks and explosives
- Instruments and laser pointers
- Glass containers of any kind, picnic baskets, and large or hard-sided coolers
- Pets or live animals (except service dogs)
- Video and audio recording equipment
- Professional still camera equipment

For more information go to content.lifeisgood.com/festival.

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