Once a year, we host a very special 

day-long event at Everwood to raise

funds for the Foundation. 

 

CULTIVATE guests will get to experience multiple remarkable artists in a single visit. The day is paced to allow time to relax and enjoy the property. Lounge on a picnic blanket with friends, walk the trails, visit the bee hives, and then gather

in the barn for the next incredible perfromance.    

PREVIOUS EVENTS

[ SINGER / SONGWRITER ]
JEREMY MESSERSMITH
 
[ SINGER / SONGWRITER ]
CHRIS KOZA
 
[ CHEF ]
JIM CHRISTIANSEN
of Heyday Restaurant, Minneapolis
“I lucked out this weekend and got to play at one of the prettiest venues I’ve ever seen." JEREMY MESSERSMITH
 
“Thank you so much for an unforgettable weekend of music, food, culture, and amazing company. I can't express my gratitude enough for the generosity you have shown us. Seriously Amazing juju. That's what's being brewed at Everwood in great abundance!” CHRIS KOZA 
 
“Thank you for the pictures! Looking at them brings back awesome memories of the day! It was less than 24 hours while we were there, but felt like an entire week of "getting away". Your farmstead is unbelievably beautiful, and to be honest, I had no idea what kind of destination it is. Very impressed in EVERY aspect, and thank you for including us on such a memorable day.” JIM CHRISTIANSEN

C U L T I V A T E

CULTIVATE 2016
[ BAND ]
ROGUE VALLEY

[ BAND ]
BAD BAD HATS
 
[ CHEF ]
JIM CHRISTIANSEN
of Heyday Restaurant, Minneapolis

ROGUE VALLEY, one of Minneapolis' most dynamic live acts, just released their much-anticipated new album, Radiate/Dissolve. The band regularly performs at top venues across the region and has toured internationally supporting acts such as The Jayhawks, Lucinda Williams and Brandi Carlile. Paste Magazine called Rogue Valley one of Minnesota's best.

 

Indie-rock band, BAD BAD HATS was named Minnesota's Best New Music Act by City Pages in 2015. But the band is already nationally known with attention from Pitchfork, NPR and Spin for their debut album, Psychic Reader, and their recent appearance at SXSW and national tour with Third Eye Blind. Their music is surprising and universal.

 

JIM CHRISTIANSEN’s focus is on cuisine that is light, seasonal, and delicious. His time spent at world-renowned Noma informed the food at Heyday, his own Minneapolis restaurant. Since it opened in 2014, Jim has been recognized as a Food & Wine Best New Chef (2015) and a James Beard nominee as Best Chef Midwest (2015 and 2016).

CULTIVATE 2015