Terrapin Mtn

2023 Terrapin Mountain Earth Festival

A full weekend of live music, sustainability education, and thoughtful ways to take care of the earth and each other. 

April 21 – 22, 2023

Gates Open at 5 pm on Friday

Gates Open at 9:30 am on Saturday

NO PETS and NO COOLERS are allowed in the festival area. 


Friday only: $15 advance and $20 at the gate

Saturday only: $35 advance and $40 at the gate

Weekend Pass: $45 advance and $50 at the gate (includes free car / tent camping)

RV / Electric hook up $30/ night ** must register online in advance – spots are not guaranteed unless paid for in advance.


To volunteer at this event please call the office 434-299-5080.

Music Schedule

Friday April 21, 2023

5:30 – 7:30          Cleophus James

8:00 – 10:30       Coleman Brothers Band

Saturday April 22, 2023

12:30 – 3:00        Karlee Raye solo

3:30 – 5:30          Cleophus James

6:00 – 7:15          The Judy Chops

8:00 – 10:30        BigFoot County

Workshop Schedule

Saturday April 22, 2023

10 – 10:45: Sweet Southern Compost Tea: it ain’t your grandma’s tea! – Brent Wills

11:15 – 12: Marijuana and VA Law – E. Gordon Peters Jr., Esq.

12:30 – 1:15 The Mindful Mushroomer – Michael Okuley 

1:00 – 1:45 Tai Chi – Jesse Teasley (Counter Ridge Stage) 

1:45 – 2:30 Green Burial – Nina Starsja

3:00 – 3:45 Grow Your Own –  Clarissa Clarke or Maria Bass?

3:00 – 3:45 Plant Walk – Mark Angelini (Meet at the Walk of Poems)

4:15 – 5:00 Permaculture in Africa – Nancy Strachan



Sweet Southern Compost Tea: it ain’t your grandma’s tea!

Come discover how to make compost tea using homemade compost and brewing it with easy-to-find materials from around the farm or homestead.

Marijuana and VA Law

Are you curious about marijuana and the laws surrounding it in Virginia?
Come join us for a fun and educational day! You don’t want to miss out on learning about the legality, safety and different levels of participation when dealing with marijuana.

What is this & Can I eat it?

We will focus on the most highly prized and sought-after species of wild edible mushrooms that are native to Virginia and the Appalachian Mountains.

Green Burial Options

Have you ever considered how to “die green?” Your death can have a big impact not just on your loved ones, but also on our mother earth! Join us to learn about why “green burial” is becoming an increasingly popular alternative to traditional burial and cremation.

Grow Your Own

Are you looking for ways to become more sustainable and have an easier time growing your own food?
Our experienced instructors will be teaching people of all levels how to grow their own edible plants, from scratch!

Permaculture in Africa

Learn how permaculture can benefit everyone. This approach is designed to provide a more sustainable relationship between people and their environment, while also bringing greater abundance of food, medicinal plants, natural resources, and enjoyment to an area.

Spring Wild Foods

Join us for an exciting plant walk workshop where you can expand your knowledge on the diverse flora that surrounds us. With the guidance of our experienced permaculturist, you’ll learn to identify different plant species and understand how they contribute to the ecosystem.

Tai Chi

Get ready to feel serenely grounded and centered with our upcoming Tai Chi workshop! Tai Chi is a gentle form of exercise that promotes relaxation and inner peace through meditative movements.

Don’t Miss This Amazing Event!!

The Sedalia Center Wishes to Thank its Many Generous Sponsors and Friends

Sponsor - Al Stroobants
Tharp Funeral Home -Terrapin Mountain Earth Fest Sponsor
Sponsor - NEA

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