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Directions

Wolfeboro Folk concert series is held in TWO locations:

Fall - Spring concerts: Brookfield's magical Tumbledown Farm
in their historic 1780 red barn. Tumbledown Farms is located
a short 15 minutes from downtown Wolfeboro, on Rte. 109,
(295 Governor Wentworth Road), Brookfield, 03872.

Summer concerts: Moody Mountain Farm's beautiful historic barn.
Located a short 10 minutes from downtown Wolfeboro, 100 Pork Hill Road
(just off Route 28), Wolfeboro, 03894.

General Info

Both of our venue offers a smoke-free environment with a handicapped accessible entrance and plenty of free parking.

A full dinner, made up of mainly locally-grown, wholesome and organic food items (most straight off the farm), is provided for those wishing to eat prior to the concert. Dinner service starts at 5pm and is held from the same seat you enjoy the concert from.

BYOB...
Wolfeboro Folk allows its audience members to bring their own beer or wine (+21 only) to enjoy during their musical evening. While we have never had a problem, we are a listening room and not a bar and alcohol intake must be limited to a safe and reasonable amount during your time with us.

Upon entry, we will collect a $3.00/per person ($5.00/per couple) BYOB fee. This is required to help cover the cost of additional insurance, glasses, and labor, and only applies to those bringing beer or wine onsite. We trust that you will find this to be quite reasonable.

Concert & Door Times...
Concerts begin at 7:00pm unless otherwise noted. Doors open at 5:00pm.

Seating set up...
Seating is set up in both theatre style and with tables. Those participating in the pre-concert dinner receive reserved seating at our up-front tables. These are the same seats you'll enjoy the concert from. As we also offer outside picnic tables, dinner reservations are only required when inside table seating is desired. Inside dining does sell out for each concert.

Regular seating is general admission on a first come, first serve basis with the exception of a number of tables reserved for our sponsors. We offer guaranteed seating with advance sales tickets, but not reserved seating (i.e. we hold a seat for each ticket holder).

For most concerts, it's best to come early to pick a great seat. Again, if you have made a dinner reservation, you'll have a table reserved and waiting for you and can arrive at your convenience.

A number of premium seats are held for our oh-so-vital sponsors. If you are interested in becoming one, please contact us at 603/522-8697 or ben@wolfeborofolk.com for more info.

Pre-Concert Dinners...
Pre-concert dinners are offered between 5:00 and 6:45pm. At our winter home on Tumbledown Farms, we use nothing but the farms own all-natural meat products and seasonal produce. At our summer home on Moody Mountain Farm (no longer actively farming), we use local suppliers including famous Mill Street Meat Market steak tips. Aside from receiving reserved table seating, the dining experience is quite enjoyable.

Reservations can be made by calling 603/522-8697, or online. A $10/person deposit is charged and credited to your food charge at the door. Average dinner tickets are $15/person.

Tickets
Tickets can be purchased by calling 603/522-8697, or online, from Stay Tuned in Wolfeboro, and Poor People's Pub in Sanbornville. Visa and Mastercard are accepted for phone purchases, while Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover are accepted for online ticket purchases. On-site sales are limited to only Visa, Mastercard, cash and cheque.

See our policies for more information.

FROM BOSTON

Interstate 95 North to Portsmouth, NH.
Route 16 (Spaulding Turnpike)
Tumbledown Farms: Left onto Rte 109 West at
Wakefield intersection with stop lights and Mobile gas station.
Continue for 5 minutes. Tumbledown Farm's red barn is on your left, immediately after the Brookfield town hall.
Can't miss it.
Moody Mountain Farm: Left onto Rte 28 at intersection with stop lights & Hannaford's grocery store.
Continue for 5 minutes. Turn right onto Pork Hill Road, follow over hill, barn is on your left on your way down the hill.
Can't miss it.

FROM CONCORD

Route 28 North to Alton traffic circle at intersection of Route 11 - continue on Route 28 North to Wolfeboro.
In Wolfeboro, continue on Route 28 as it turns right
at blinking yellow light shortly after campus of Brewster Academy.
Tumbledown Farms: Follow and turn right onto Route 109 across
from 7Eleven store.
Follow for 5 miles. Tumbledown Farm's red barn is on your right.
Can't miss it.
Moody Mountain Farm: Continue on Route 28 and look for Pork Hill Road on your left a few miles past 7 Eleven store. Take Pork Hill Road, follow up hill, barn is on your left on your way down.
Can't miss it.

FROM PORTLAND

Take Route 25 West for approx. 50 miles.
Turn left onto RT-16 South for approx. 4 miles.
Turn right onto Route 28
Tumbledown Farms: Follow Route 28 for approx. 5 miles.
Turn left onto Route 109 across from 7Eleven store.
Follow and turn right onto Route 109 across from 7Eleven store.
Follow for 5 miles. Tumbledown Farm's red barn is on your right.
Can't miss it.
Moody Mountain Farm: Follow Route 28 for approx. 3 miles.
Turn left onto Pork Hill Road. Follow up hill, barn is on your
left on your way down.
Can't miss it.

FROM PORTSMOUTH

Route 16 (Spaulding Turnpike)
Tumbledown Farms: Left onto Route 109 West at Wakefield
intersection with stop lights and Mobile gas station.
Continue for 5 minutes. Tumbledown Farm's red barn is on your left, immediately after the Brookfield town hall.
Can't miss it.
Moody Mountain Farm: Left onto Rte 28 at intersection with stop lights & Hannaford's grocery store.
Continue for 5 minutes. Turn right onto Pork Hill Road, follow over hill, barn is on your left on your way down the hill.
Can't miss it.

One and a half hour drive from
Boston or Portland...


and you are in the heart of
New Hampshire's pristine Lakes Region.