While many Fall activities may include lobotomizing pumpkins, regretting the decision not to bring the map into the corn maze, and discovering the ingredient horrors of a Pumpkin Spice Latte, here at 303 Magazine, we know what the people really want–music. What better way to start the Fall off than the Harvest Music Festival in Ozark, Arkansas? Starting in 2006, this Festival has brought music-lovers together deep inside of the Ozarks at Mulberry Mountain to make the new season just a little more vibrant.
For the entire weekend of October 16th to October 18th, festival-goers can experience Mulberry Mountain’s variegated changing colors while jamming-out to the ample lineup of artists. Of the seventy-eight bands attending the Festival, there is something for everyone. From the Yonder Mountain String Band to The Oh Hellos, this Festival is packed with popular groups, all ready to play the soundtrack of Fall.
The Harvest Festival brings people together to experience the crisp fall air, music, culture, art and community. Now called the Mulberry Mountain Harvest Festival, the event cultivates a wonderful community gathering based on shared adoration for music, mother nature and memories. Bluegrass pioneers, Yonder Mountain String Band, helped to cultivate a truly astonishing culture among the reds, organges and yellows of fall in the mountains.
The string-plucking will be aplenty at Harvest, with the likes of Trampled by Turtles, Railroad Earth, The Jayhawks, Lettuce, The Magic Beans, Paper Bird, Ha Ha Tonka and more. Full lineup is pictured below.
VIP Children’s Passes-(Phone Orders Only)
VIP Two Day-$250
VIP Three Day-$431
RV Unreserved Pass-$199
RV Reserved Campsites-$425
Tickets are available on the link below. Get em’ now!