August 26,2017 3-10pm
At The Schneir family residence, 210 Avocado Place, Camarillo, CA
Come celebrate the release of our latest CD, Echo, and help send our dear fiddler off to become a Franciscan friar and serve the poor on the streets of nyc!
(All proceeds will go towards paying off Sean Wood’s student loans, and to the support of other local seminarians).
3:00-4:30: Open Mic
4:45-5:45: Celtic Spring+Hidden Fifth
6:00-6:20: Michael Sallstrom
6:30-6:50: Perry West
7:05-7:45: the Academy
8:00-9:30: Hope and Justin
Wood fired Pizzas * Topa Topa beer on tap * Contra Dancing * Children’s Corner
Party Pass ($50)
admission+ 1 Pizza+ 2 beers+ new Hope and Justin Cd+ Festival T-Shirt
The Freebird ($100)
Admission + Unlimited Pizza and beer + new hope and justin album + 3 Festival CDs of choice + festival t-shirt
Barnyard Celebrity ($250)
Admission+Unlimited Pizza+Beer+All Merch+All Access to Artist's Green Room+
Cart Blanche in Cocktail Lounge+Coffee Shed+concessions
BarnYard Angel ($1000)
Privileges of barnyard celebrity +A fiddle tune written for you by Sean Wood (includes Sheet music and recording)
210 Avocado Place Escape ($2500)
Includes all of the Above (for 2)+ Camarillo Hills Weekend Getaway with lodging in spacious Artist's Studio and A Gourmet Dinner Made by Hope and Justin
BYO blanket/ lawn chairs/ cups. (Water is free but cups are not.) Picnicking welcome.
Parking limited. Please park your vehicle down the hill at Mount Cross Church (102 Camino Esplendido) and take one of our sprinter shuttles to the property. Shuttles will run from 2:00-10:30.
Text 805-279-4373 for pick-up.
Invite your friends and family! All are welcome!
Sean Wood was born and raised in Ojai, CA. He first started playing the fiddle at the age of 4! With his family band, Celtic Spring, Sean has appeared on America's Got Talent, Good Morning America, the Today Show and PBS. He has toured all over the world, sharing his love for music with audiences in the millions. He has played with Hope and Justin since 2013, and co-produced their last several albums. He hopes to continue to use God's gift of music as he enters religious life, and serve the poor on the streets of New York City. He is thankful for all of your support!