Corinth Farm Hosting Concert and Camping 

A Corinth farm known for strawberries is turning its acreage into a concert venue.Tate’s Strawberry Farm is inviting the public to the first ever Strawberry Jam this Saturday.Owner, Albert Tate, says they lost around $300,00 due to rain this year.One of Tate’s workers, Jesse James, thought the farm would be a perfect fit for a concert.He’s promoted concerts for charity in the past.Four bands are on the playbill.Dead Season is headlining.Tate says there’s no issue of noise complaints or time constraints at this venue.People of all ages are welcome to come to their jam.”We’ve had three bad years in a row, and to run strawberries, you need to still put more money in from now until November, and of course with the strawberry season we had this last year, it rained every day, we didn’t get a very good season, so what we’re going to do now is we’re going to try to come up with money from this concert to be able fertilize the rest of the strawberries for the rest of the year,” said Tate.”If it goes good, we’re going to have another one September 28th, and so on and so forth, and then next year we’ll do the same thing again and it will be an annual strawberry jam,” said James.Gates open at 2pm on Saturday, August 31st. The music starts around 6pm.Tickets are $20.You can get them at the door or online at can park and camp at the farm overnight.There will be food, fireworks, and security.