ADF@Mystic Farm & Distillery

sold out!


Join us in person under the night sky at Durham’s Mystic Farm & Distillery (1212 N Mineral Springs Rd, Durham, NC 27703) for an evening of dance, music, drinks, and sweet summer air.

Event Schedule
6:30pm-Doors Open
7:30pm-Performances Begin
9:00pm-Film Screening

Feel free to bring your own blanket or lawn chair, or support ADF by buying one of our NEW ADF blankets (4 designs available. Check out the selection here). New “I ❤️ ADF” t-shirts will also be available for sale on site (view photos of t-shirt options here.) Limited seating available including picnic tables and folding chairs will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.

This event is for mature audiences ages 14+. Outside food or drink not permitted.

Please read our COVID-19 protocols for outdoor performances here.

buy event tickets!*

$30 | Single Ticket
$50 | Single Ticket and Charcuterie Box from Parizäde 
(Choice of charcuterie, vegetable crudités, or vegan. Boxes only available for pre-purchase up until 5:00pm ET on June 10. Not available to purchase at the event. Box must be picked up on site by 7:00pm)

*Single Ticket with Charcuterie Box must be purchased by 5pm on Thursday, June 10.

*Single Tickets must be purchased by 4pm on day of performance.

Ticket sales will not be available on site.

Evening includes:

Cash Bar

Live performances
ShaLeigh Danceworks
Nia Sadler
Soul Struck

Followed by the World Premiere 
of the ADF Exclusive Cut
of the film
tHe aGe oF aNXieTy by dendy/donovan projects

tHe aGe oF aNXieTy is Also available to view online
June 20 (9:00am ET)-June 26 (11:00pm ET)

buy tix for online film viewing


This event is presented in partnership with Mystic Farm & Distillery with support from the Robert and Mercedes Eichholz Foundation and the City of Durham.

Additional support is provided by Susan and Michael Hershfield.

tHe aGe Of aNXieTy by dendy/donovan projects is commissioned by ADF with support from the Doris Duke/SHS Foundations Award for New Works.

Residencies for the live performing artists are funded in part by a grant from South Arts with support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.