CLICK HERE to purchase VIP Cocktail Hour Barn Bash Tickets-  $75 per person

CLICK HERE to purchase General Admission Barn Bash Tickets- $60 per person

Join us for our annual fundraising event for horses that help!  This year we are extremely excited to have live music played by band members from the band, Loose Cattle, (pictured above, see bio below).  Enjoy food and beverages from popular local businesses all while supporting our mission and learning more about the programs we offer.

VIP Cocktail Hour Hors D’ Oeuvres: Zuppa’s- Wexford, PA

Pig Roast & BBQ Dinner: Dave’s Country Meats- Valencia, PA

Craft Beer: Butler Brew Works- Butler, PA

Homemade Ice Cream- Any Given Sundae- Wexford, PA

4 Kids Kettle Corn- Pittsburgh, PA

There will be many great raffles and prizes as well as Orchardview Stables merchandise available to purchase.

Tickets go up in price to:  $90 per person for VIP and $75 per person for General Admission after August 20th, so get your tickets now!

LOOSE CATTLE is an Americana band based in New Orleans and New York. Formed in 2008 by Michael Cerveris and Kimberly Kaye, the band arose from the duo’s shared affection for the musical and emotional rough and tumble of Johnny Cash’s duets with June Carter Cash, crossed with X’s John Doe and Exene. Cerveris is a West Virginia native and two-time Tony Award-winning actor (recently starring in Netflix’s Mindhunter, Amazon’s The Tick, Fox’s Gotham, and HBO’s Mosaic) who served as a sideman for Hüsker Dü frontman Bob Mould before launching his own music career. Kaye cut her teeth on the road, traveling the Warped Tour circuit as a member of a ska band before shifting her attention to roots music (with a recent detour directing and costarring in a wildly successful revival of Hedwig and the Angry Inchin New Orleans). Loose Cattle nods to their punky pasts and country roots while also showcasing their often-poignant punch as an alt-country band. According to Cerveris, “There’s something about having a clear-eyed, borderline cynical eye on the world while dancing a country waltz with a big old heart on your sleeve that is the place where this band lives.”