Sloan Wainwright

An Evening of Music and Vegetables with Sloan Wainwright, to benefit Slow Food GTC


$75 per person (plus ticketing fee)  includes Farm to Table Dinner & Sloan Wainwright Concert. Raffle Tickets sold separately.

Saturday, March 24th, 2018 will be another wonderful night at Shadowood Farm in Palm City, FL. Share a delicious, farm fresh meal, prepared by Shadowood gardeners and Supporting Members, while dining under the stars. Then, savor the sounds of the amazingly talented, NY based singer/songwriter, Sloan Wainwright. This year’s Evening of Music and Vegetable event will serve more than just your palette and your spirit, it will also benefit our local Slow Food chapter (Slow Food Gold and Treasure Coast) in two ways:

1.       A percentage of each ticket sold will be donated to Slow Food Gold and Treasure Coast.

2.       A raffle will be held with 100% of the ticket sales going to Slow Food Gold and Treasure Coast. Raffle Tickets are $5 each, can be purchased at various locations starting February 17th . The raffle drawing will occur right before intermission on March 24th (winners need not be present, but we hope that you’ll join in the fun.) Stay tuned for more detailed information about our fabulous, Slow Food inspired Raffle prizes.

About The Organization

Slow Food inspires individuals and communities to change the world through food that is good, clean and fair for all. If you’re not familiar with the Slow Food Movement, here are their core values:

Good Food: Everyday life should include delicious nutrition; cultivate joyful connections to community and place; advocate for diversity in ecosystems and societies.

Clean Food: Protect natural resources for future generations; help people and the environment depend on each other; promote food that is local, seasonal, and sustainably grown.

Fair Food: Build local cooperation and global collaboration while respecting all laws; require no prerequisite or credential for participation; fight for dignity of labor from field to fork.

About The Farm to Table Meal

Come to the farm and enjoy a casual, scrumptious, GMO free, organic meal with a southwestern flair.  As always at Shadowood, there will be food to please every eating choice from omnivores to gluten free vegans!


Roasted Tomatillo Salsa with Corn Chips and Crudite`

Yellow Squash Soup, garnished with Sour Cream (or Cashew Crème for vegans)


Fresh Shadowood Heirloom Lettuces, Veggies and handcrafted Herbed Vinaigrette


For Meat Eaters: Spiced, Pulled, Slow Roasted Chicken with handcrafted Gordita Shells

For Vegans: Spiced Roasted Root Vegetables, Eggplant and Tofu with handcrafted Gordita Shells

Brown Basmati Rice with Hearty Greens

Spicy Sweet Potato, Carrot Mash with Heirloom Green Beans


Chocolate-Mocha Cake* with Mulberry Coulis

Vegan/Gluten Free Dessert option to be determined closer to 3/24 when we know what fruits we’ll have


Water, Seltzer, Herbal Iced Tea are provided and included.

Because of limitations placed on us by insurance companies, we can longer offer guests the option of BYOB. A Cash Bar will be available and services are provided by:




Please note that when creating a farm to table meal, we always try to be true to the food that is ready to harvest right before the event; or food that we’ve grown and processed specifically for the event. For this reason, there may be slight variations in the produce portion of the menu.

Any item marked with an asterisk* will contain one or more of the following: Dairy, Wheat or Nuts.

About The Concert

After dinner, guests will meander over to the new concert area under the Royal Palms. Everyone agrees: Whenever Sloan comes to the farm, it’s a magical night. Defying standard categorization, singer/songwriter Sloan Wainwright, consistently demonstrates her easy command of a variety of American musical styles — pop, folk, jazz and blues — held together by the melodious tone of her rich contralto, with the end result being a unique and soulful hybrid. Her family tree (brother and folk-music luminary Loudon Wainwright, nephew Rufus Wainwright, nieces Martha Wainwright and Lucy Wainwright Roche) reads like a who’s who of contemporary folk music. Sloan’s incredible gift is not only her unique songwriting ability but also her dramatically voiced rendition of original songs. Always an avid supporter of Shadowood, this will be the 7th time that Sloan will travel to the farm to share her gift.  Click HERE to check a video from a Sloan concert at the farm in 2013.

Tickets may be purchased at the farm during the hours we are open to the public, with cash or paper check. To purchase with debit or credit cards, please use the Ticketbud option below.