11 musical acts, two stages, food trucks, local (OH/NC) craft beer and wine, kids activities—all on an 85-acre family farm.
Ohiolina is a celebration of the music and culture rooted in the I-77 corridor from Ohio to North Carolina—two states with similar histories and each with unique contributions to the arts. Ohiolina is an intentional, creative, and educational festival highlighting our region’s most beloved traditions. Listen to the music of the region, a masterful combination of folk, rock and bluegrass. Taste regionally inspired food and drink from local food trucks and breweries. Experience family activities from arts/crafts to the Science-Play Initiative. Shop unique vendors or just relax on a beautiful 85-acre family farm.
A portion of the proceeds from each ticket benefits The Ohiolina Music Scholarship Fund, an arts and music education fund with the Community Foundation of Mount Vernon and Knox County.
19260 Hopewell Road
Mount Vernon, OH 43050
Date & Time
September 19, 2015
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Everything you need to know for the day of the event.
WHERE IS THE FESTIVAL SITE?
Ohiolina is set on an 85-acre family farm located in Mount Vernon, Ohio. The address is: 19260 Hopewell Road, Mount Vernon, OH 43050
IS CAMPING AVAILABLE AT THE FESTIVAL SITE?
Camping on-site may be available in the future; at this time we suggest the Rustic Knolls campground (approximately 5 miles away), or the Holiday Inn Express in Mount Vernon.
ARE DOGS ALLOWED? COOLERS? TENTS? 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!
Tents and umbrellas should be avoided (especially if oversized). We want everyone to be able to view the performances.
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, bug spray, and additional items you will need for sitting in a field near a wooded area.