A Farm Aid news release said Saturday's event, which was presented by Silk Soymilk, broadcast a message of support for both the annual fundraising event and family farms throughout America.
"The Farm Aid concert brings us all together to support family farmers, one of our most valuable resources," said Farm Aid founder Willie Nelson, who also performed on Saturday. "Everyone deserves access to good, family farm food all of the time. I'm proud to be on stage with my friends sharing that message with Camden, Philadelphia and the nation."
The release since the first Farm Aid benefit concert took place in 1985, the annual event has helped bring attention to the decline in American family farms and help such families maintain their land.
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