Date: Friday, Oct 8th, 2021 - Saturday, Oct 9th, 2021
Time: All Day
Location: Hocking Hills Music Festival
Tickets on sale now!
Introducing the Hocking Hills Music Festival! The Nelsonville Music Festival and Duck Creek Log Jam are thrilled to announce a partnership to bring a brand new live music experience to Ohio’s Hocking Hills on October 8th & 9th, 2021. This festival will feature Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Del McCoury Band, Watchhouse (formerly Mandolin Orange), Rebirth Brass Band, Cedric Burnside, The Brothers Comatose, Sarah Shook & The Disarmers, Dead Horses, Rainbow Girls, Sunny War, Yarn, The Wonderfool, Parker Louis, Hocking River String Band, Dawna, and more! Tickets and more information is available at hockinghillsmusicfestival.com.
WHAT IS THE HOCKING HILLS MUSIC FESTIVAL?
HHMF is a collaboration between Nelsonville Music Festival and Duck Creek Log Jam. Our mutual belief is that we can be stronger working together; this concept felt extra-important after a difficult year, when we started dreaming up HHMF in December of 2020. As with most music festivals, both NMF and DCLJ had to cancel our regular June festivals in 2020 and again in 2021.
NMF and DCLJ are bringing our collective experiences to create the new Hocking Hills Music Festival. Because we, as festival producers and music lovers, are attracted to smaller, more intimate festivals, that concept will influence HHMF. We also pride ourselves on presenting great artists that may not yet be common household names. In fact, we may have had a hand in introducing you to some of your favorite artists, such as Caamp (DCLJ – ’15, ’16, ’17, ’18, & ’19), Billy Strings (DCLJ – ’17), Avett Brothers (NMF – ’08, ’14), Sharon Jones & Dap-Kings (NMF – ’10), Brandi Carlile (NMF – ’15), Shovels & Rope (NMF – ’12, ’14), Tyler Childers (DCLJ – ’16, NMF – ’17, ’19) and on and on…
Conveniently located just off of Route 33 above the Hocking Hills Market, The Hocking Hills Music Festival will be held on nearly 75 acres of beautiful hilltop property in Ohio’s most scenic region.
Duck Creek – 11 minutes
Nelsonville Music Festival – 24 minutes
Columbus, Ohio – 44 minutes
Get more info at hockinghillsmusicfestival.com.
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