Last night’s Harvest Ball in Maine was more than a music festival, it’s a tradition. For the past 21 years, Harry Brown has thrown three gatherings a year at his farm in Starks, ME in conjunction with the hay season. The festival community is tight-knit and free-thinking. We had the pleasure of playing on Harry’s Hill last night and hung with the locals. GREAT TIMES. We could smell the history the second we stepped out of the van (or maybe it was all the hay…). It’s remarkable how many long-lasting festival communities are out there, makes us wonder what else is still uncovered.