Eastbound Throwdown Returning on September 9th and 10th

SALEM – Eastbound Jesus and Guthrie/Bell Productions have announced they’ll be back on Irwin Farm in Salem, NY this September for the Eastbound Throwdown, a festival that will feature two days of music and camping on the Irwin Family Farm. Throughout the rest of the year, the farm is an active cattle farm, but in the weeks leading into the event, the Irwins and the band themselves are out there clearing fields, building fences, and preparing the property for festival guests. In 2021, attendance was limited to only 1000 due to COVID-19, and tickets sold out months in advance. This year attendance will be bumped up to 1500.

As always, host band Eastbound Jesus will perform sets both nights. Previous lineups have included a mix of both local and national talent including: The Ghost of Paul Revere, Driftwood, The Mallett Brothers Band, Mikaela Davis, Girl Blue, Lucid, Saints & Liars, Kitchen Dwellers, Bella’s Bartok, Zan & The Winter Folk and many others.


Two-day passes (that include camping) will go on sale this Friday, April 1st at 10:00 am. A limited number of Saturday day passes will go on sale in a few months with the announcement of the artist lineup.

This is a family-friendly event and all ages are welcome, children under 15 are free. Those under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. A variety of food and beverage vendors will be on site.

To purchase tickets, please click here.

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