WILLIE NELSON IN NELSONVILLE!
5th Annual Nelsonville Music Festival :: Nelsonville, OH :: May 15-17
Stuart's Opera House presents the 5th Annual Nelsonville Music Festival May 15-17 at Robbins Crossing Historic Village on the Hocking College campus. Over 30 bands will play the festival on multiple stages, including national, regional, and local music. Festival passes and single day tickets are available now!
| Willie Nelson|
Music legend Willie Nelson is confirmed to headline this year's Nelsonville Music Festival on Saturday night May 16. Other national acts confirmed at this time are Seattle grunge legends Mudhoney who will play on Friday night, Jolie Holland, T-Model Ford, Wayne "The Train" Hancock, Alela Diane, Heybale, The Firecracker Jazz Band, Michael Hurley, and Drakkar Sauna. The festival will also feature many local and regional acts including The Spikedrivers, The Bygones, Casual Future, The Never Evers, Wheels on Fire, Justin Gordon, The Royales, McGovern Brothers, Zeb Dewar, J.D. Hutchison, and many more. A complete schedule and information can be found at www.nelsonvillefest.org.
Along with 3 days and over 30 bands, the festival also features local art vendors, camping, an expanded kid's area, a community mural project, local food, and workshops all in the setting of the beautiful Hocking Hills.
The 5th Annual Nelsonville Music Festival will take place May 15-17 at Hocking College with over 30 acts playing on multiple stages all weekend long. Festival passes are on sale now! Weekend passes are $50 in advance or $55 at the gate, Saturday ONLY tickets (including Willie Nelson) are $45 in advance or $50 at the gate, and tickets for Friday or Sunday ONLY are $20 in advance and $25 at the gate. For more information call (740) 753-1924, visit the festival's website at www.nelsonvillefest.org, or go to Stuart's website at www.stuartsoperahouse.org. Festival passes and tickets will only be available online until 10:00 a.m. on Friday, after that tickets may be purchased at the main gate of the festival starting at 4 p.m.