LISTEN to 15 exceptional folk, rock, Americana and bluegrass acts fill our natural amphitheater with gorgeous sound.
TASTE local and regionally-inspired menus and sip drinks from some of Ohio and North Carolina’s best breweries and wineries.
ENJOY a family-friendly atmosphere with activities for all ages.
RELAX in a peaceful hideaway—a little bit remote, a little bit historic, it’s a quick weekend escape with lush landscapes and beautiful views. It’s pretty quiet up here—except when the music is playing.
A portion of the proceeds from each ticket benefit The Ohiolina Music Scholarship Fund, an arts and music education fund with the Community Foundation of Mount Vernon and Knox County.
Ariel Foundation Park
10 Pittsburgh Avenue
Mount Vernon, OH 43050
Date & Time
September 17 & 18, 2016
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Everything you need to know for the day of the event.
WHERE IS THE FESTIVAL SITE?
Ariel Foundation Park, 10 Pittsburgh Avenue, Mount Vernon, OH 43050.
ARE DOGS ALLOWED? COOLERS? CHAIRS?
Dogs are allowed as long as they are leashed.
Coolers are not permitted—but don't worry, there are plenty of awesome food and drink options available on-site!
Chairs and blankets are a must.
IS THERE A NON-PROFIT BENEFICIARY?
We are proud to donate a portion of proceeds to the Community Foundation of Mount Vernon & Knox County, as well as the Science Play-Space Initiative.
WHAT TO BRING?
Cash (most vendors do not take credit cards), blankets, chairs, sunscreen, and bug spray.