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Thursday, May 30

Festival: YMSB's Harvest Music Festival : Initial Lineup : TTB, Les Claypool's Duo de Twang, RRE, Beats Antique and more - Oct 17th-19, 2013

Just as summer is heating up, the folks at Yonder Mountain String Band’s Harvest Festival are already putting the finishing touches on their fall-time event. Set to take place at Mulberry Mountain in the majestic Ozark Mountains, the music and camping experience will span October 17, 18 and 19 in 2013.
 Known for hosting an impeccable lineup of talent, this year is rounding out to be the best lineup yet including event hosts, Yonder Mountain String Band along with Tedeschi Trucks Band, Les Claypool’s Duo de Twang, Railroad Earth, Beats Antique, JJ Grey & MOFRO, Kacey Musgraves and Justin Townes Earle just to name a few.  (Complete lineup listed below).
Now in its 8th year, event promoters partnered with bluegrass giants, Yonder Mountain String Band just three years ago to help provide the ultimate fan camping experience.  The festival features 4 stages, over 100 sets of music, workshops, outdoor activities and kid-friendly programming that the whole family can enjoy. While the property can hold over 40,000 happy camper’s onsite, event promoters cap out attendance to 8,500 to maintain the intimate experience and appeal of the event.
"YMSB is very excited to return for their 3rd year hosting Harvest Fest at Mulberry Mountain. This festival is always such a pleasure each and every year for both the artists and the fans, and 2013 will be no different!" – Yonder Mountain String Band
Set to celebrate the turn of season from summer to fall, the event takes place during the peak of the annual fall foliage in the lush Ozark Mountains - the perfect setting for a mind-blowing end of season affair. Loaded to the brim with epic photo opportunities the festival site features one-of-a-kind nature trails, waterfall hikes, expansive views and spacious camping opportunities. Festival goers can also take advantage of Harvest Festival’s top-notch VIP camping which includes private tree lined camping, meals, drinks and much more.
Music fans already attending Wakarusa will have the first dibs at Harvest Festival tickets next weekend with a limited allotment set to release for a discounted price of $110. Opportunities to purchase tickets on-line for Harvest festival will follow at 10 AM CST on June 3rd. For more information about Harvest Festival stay tuned to the new and soon-to-be-improved Harvest Festival website  at 
www.yonderharvestfestival.com
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