Experience an up-close concert on the patio with a stunning backdrop of the farm and delicious food from the Wilder Kitchen.

See upcoming live performances on the Wilder patio and get your tickets below.


June 1 - The Local Honeys

The Local Honeys are a duo from Kentucky who come from a line of strong women with a passion for storytelling. They have mastered the art of telling a good story while upholding the traditions they hold dear. Their debut album, released under La Honda Records, showcases carefully crafted vignettes of rural Kentucky that soar above layered deep grooves and rich tones. This creates the most nuanced, moody, deep-holler sound the duo has captured to date. The album was masterfully curated by Grammy-nominated producer Jesse Welles and features The Food Stamps as guest musicians. The Local Honeys is a celebration of authentic Kentucky music that is honest and genuine. Listen to The Local Honeys.

July 20 - Chatham County Line

Chatham County Line is a beloved band from Raleigh. For more than two decades the band has played every bar, concert and festival stage in Central North Carolina. Songwriter Dave Wilson (guitar, vocals), John Teer (mandolin, fiddle) and Greg Readling (bass, pedal steel) make up the core of the band. PineCone audiences will also remember banjo player Chandler Holt. Chandler left the band and moved to Colorado to work as a booking agent. Darren Jessee has since joined Chatham County Line on drums and percussion. Dave Wilson and the band were early advocates for PineCone’s efforts to bring IBMA’s World of Bluegrass to Raleigh. Their song “Living In Raleigh Now” was inspired after the first year that IBMA was in North Carolina. The song is essentially a love song to the music and the band’s hometown. Listen to Chatham County Line. 

August 17 - Yarn

Yarn’s ability to persevere ought to come as no great surprise, especially for a band that spent two years honing their chops during a Monday night residency at the famed Kenny’s Castaway in New York’s Greenwich Village. In effect, it allowed them to rehearse onstage, mostly in front of audiences that often ranged in size from five to a hundred people on any given night. 10 studio albums followed — Yarn (2007), Empty Pockets (2008), Leftovers Part One (2009), Come On In (2010), Leftovers Part 2 (2011), Almost Home (2012), Shine the Light On (2013), This Is The Year (2016), and Lucky 13 parts 1 & 2 (2019). The band then took to the road, playing upwards of 170 shows a year and sharing stages with such superstars as Dwight Yoakam, Charlie Daniels, Railroad Earth, Marty Stuart, Allison Krauss, Leon Russell, Jim Lauderdale, Leftover Salmon, Amos Lee, The Lumineers and many more. Listen to Yarn.

October 12 - Darrell Scott

Multi-Instrumentalist and Singer-Songwriter Darrell Scott mines and cultivates the everyday moment, taking the rote, menial, mundane, and allowing it to be surreal, ever poignant, and candidly honest, lilting, blooming, and resonating. The words he fosters allow us to make sense of the world, what is at stake here, and our place in it. And ultimately, Darrell knows the sole truth of life is that love is all that matters, that we don’t always get it right, but that’s the instinctive and requisite circuitous allure of things, why we forever chase it, and why it is held sacred. Listen to Darrell Scott.