Sept 15-17, 2023 • Lake City, Michigan


Lake City, Michigan


Sept 15-17, 2023

Get your tickets

  • Vending is full and 2023 stage lineup is booked. Thank you everyone for your participation.
  • Volunteer scheduling is now available.

Would you like to help us out?

Volunteer signup and scheduling is open—if you plan on volunteering, get your $0 ticket now.

  1. Buy $0 ticket.
  2. Register to volunteer.
  3. Choose departments and request shifts from your dashboard.

A three-day cultural celebration

Earthwork Harvest Gathering creates an intergenerational safe space to cultivate healing, empowerment and collaborative community enrichment in a three-day cultural celebration on Earthwork Farm in rural Northern Michigan.

  1. Reflect on interdependence
  2. Take Responsibility
  3. Nurture Respect
  4. Deepen Relationships
  5. Actively foster Restoration

Interested in vending at Harvest?

We are now accepting applications for sellers of handmade goods and wholesome foods and beverages.

Gate prices

  • Adult weekend: $150
  • Adult day: $65
  • Teen Weekend: $110
  • Teen Day: $40

Guitar Raffle

This year we’ll be giving away a Breedlove Eco Collection Discovery S Concert Sitka-African Mahogany Acoustic Guitar—generously donated by Elderly Instruments.


Our musical lineup is here—magical music makers from near and far! We’re thrilled with this bill.


The Harvest Gathering gate is moved to the north end of the farm, putting the entrance on Cutcheon Road.

This will be a safer entry point and will allow us to move our gatehouse to a more favorable location for artist residences in the future. We are excited to share this new entrance with you.

846 E. Cutcheon Road

7 Mile Road

Gate opens at 8AM on September 15, 2023


Harvest Crossword

This puzzle, by Drew Tyner (bassist, Go Rounds), requires no introduction; that said, this particular crossword is guided by the principles of Earthwork Harvest Gathering founder Samuel Seth Bernard: radical inclusion, gifting, radical self-reliance, radical self-expression, communal effort, participation, and immediacy.

Zeek's Bus

Stop in and say hello

You can find the Zeek’s Bus up near the Hill Stage, over by the gravesites of our beloved friends Patrick Carroll, Phil Wintermute, and David Fetzer.

We keep a lot of things in it—from cool old sweaters and sweatshirts, to tapes and records. So, if you need something, you might find it. Ask Jasmine Lace if you need help looking, she runs the bus—Jasmine is an amazing homesteader, loom master, and fabric artist from East Jordan.

Matt Taylor and Yusuf Lateef, muralists from Toledo, painted the murals on it.