in the Vineyard is a festival of music, of the women,
by the women and for EVERYONE.
Rift Productions, Inc. is pleased to announce that our
two day festival will continue and be held May 16th &
17th, 2015, again at Four Sisters Winery in Belvidere
Foul Rift Productions, Inc. is the younger but bigger
sibling of Folk on Foul Rift House Concerts. With some
success at bringing together good people and great live
music in an intimate backyard or living room series, we
have autonomously incorporated FRP with a two-pronged
eye toward expanding the availability of quality live
music to the public and expanding venue opportunities
for artists who are increasingly reliant on live venues
to support their craft in light of the shrinking revenues
is our intent to develop and promote such opportunities
via alternative venues including perhaps listening rooms,
theater series, festivals and the like. We are incorporated
in NJ as a non-profit with 501(c)(3) pending.
Net proceeds will be to the benefit of Animal Welfare
Society of Monroe (AWSOM) a vibrant and growing shelter
and adoption agency located just a stone’s throw
across the river in PA.
May 16th & 17th, 2015
Hours: Saturday and Sunday from 11AM – 6PM
ticketing is available through the link
on this website or alternately at the winery.
Early-bird pricing will be in effect during the months
of November through February. In March, regularly discounted
advance ticketing will phase in. We encourage you to buy
in advance as tickets at the door will be above the advance
sale price. This is a rain or shine event and tickets
Earlybird General Admission
available 12/01/14 – 02/28/15:
$20/day $35/weekend Ages 13-17: $10/day $15/weekend
Advance General Admission
available 03/01/15 – 05/15/15:
$27.50/day $45/weekend Ages 13-17: $12.50/day $20/weekend
At the Gate General Admission:
$35/day $55/weekend Ages 13-17:
12 & under accompanied by an adult are Free.
Ticketing available for the first time!! $225 gives you
a weekend pass, tented reserved table seating, table service
and $50 in food vouchers and the Festival Merchandise
package of T-Shirt, Compilation CD and Window logo decal.
Bring lawn chairs, blankets, etc. NOTE: An area will be
cordoned off near-stage which will be for blankets and
beach (low-backed) chairs ONLY! No beach umbrellas please,
or other obstructions to the stage-view. Let’s show
some kindness to the folks behind us!
Food and beverages
will be available for purchase on-site…menu items
will be offered with both vegetarians and carnivores given
a range of options!! Matty Matarazzo of Four Sisters Winery,
known for his culinary prowess, will be overseeing the
Pursuant to NJ liquor laws, alcohol
may NOT be brought into the festival…Four Sisters
Winery’s award winning wines however, will be available
for purchase by the glass or by the bottle.
areas will be marked…please
respect your fellow festival goers and keep the viewing/listening
area smoke free!
Parking is Free
and there is ample parking area but in the interest of
reducing the carbon footprint of the festival, we suggest
that where possible….Carpool!
Preferential parking (closest to the gate) will be available
to cars with 3 or more attendees.
Hand held non-professional photography
is OK. Thanks for leaving your tripods home!
But no pets please except service dogs.
out for our furry friends!”
Foul Rift Productions and Four Sisters Winery are pleased
and honored to be working with and for our benefit partner
The Animal Welfare Society of Monroe (AWSOM).
Animal Welfare Society of Monroe (AWSOM) seeks to accommodate
Monroe County’s stray, homeless, neglected or abused
Their shelter takes in all companion animals and, with
the assistance of rescue and foster organizations, veterinary
services and pet behaviorists, evaluates and cares for
each on a case-by-case basis. Their adoption program links
up pets with loving families. They strive to end the pet
overpopulation problem that leads to abuse and neglect
with their spay/neuter program. They foster enriching
relationships between people and animals through education
and advocacy while setting a positive example for a humane
path toward life. They are forging a new lifesaving consensus
of hope in Monroe County that rejects the unnecessary
killing of homeless animals.