Homegrown on the River Music Festival

Second Annual Homegrown on the River Music Festival: PRESS RELEASE

We're excited to announce our lineup for the second annual Homegrown on the River Music Festival, at Byrd's Adventure Center, August 3-5, with The Steep Canyon Rangers, The MGDs, White Denim, Hot Buttered Rum, Arkansasuce, TAUK, Monophonics, Vintage Pistol, Couch Jackets and many more! We are continuing our mission of bringing a sustainable, family-friendly weekend of live music, kids activities, and local food vendors on the Mulberry River.

As we build on last year’s momentum and find ways to improve our attendees’ festival experience, we look forward to keeping you posted. Kids 12 and under will be free of charge and we will have plenty of activities and events to keep kiddos engaged and entertained. We welcome the experts in this field, ART FEEDS, as a partner. Ozark Natural Foods will be on hand with their Farmers Market, which will be even bigger this year!

Our lineup is more diverse this year and we can’t wait to showcase what these talented musicians have to offer! For more info or questions, you can catch up with us below,

Website: www.homegrownontheriver.com Facebook page: /https://www.facebook.com/homegrownontheriver/ Instagram: @homegrownmusicfestival Twitter: @hgotrfestival Contact email: contact@homegrownfestival-ar.com

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