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Hillberry 2 – The Harvest Moon Festival Announced!!

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We are extremely excited to announce Hillberry 2 – The Harvest Moon Music Festival.

This event will take place October 16 – 18,2015 and will feature music on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

*This will be held at “The Farm” located in the beautiful Ozark Mountains of Eureka Springs, Arkansas. The venue boasts beautiful 360 degree panoramic views. It is sits on 160 acres and backs up to Mark Twain national forest. Beaver Lake, Table Rock Lake, and the White River are all within 5 miles of the venue.

 

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Arist Line-up:
Leftover Salmon
Lettuce
ALO
Wookiefoot
The Motet
Larry Keel – Tribute to Jerry Garcia All-star Jam
Andy Frasco & The U.N.
Rumpke Mountain Boys
Fruition
Spoonfed Tribe
Jon Wayne & The Pain
Dirtfoot
Don’t Stop Please (reunion)
T-Chicken
Mountain Sprout
Friends of the Phamily
Arkansauce
Opal Agafia & The Sweet Nothings
Handmade Moments

*Kids 12 and under are free.
*Camping is free!!!!
*Dogs are allowed, but MUST be kept on a leash!!!!
*There will be a fee for RV’s. There are no RV hookups.
*A shower house is available onsite. Cost is $5 to use the shower house/ restroom. This is per visit.

*No glass is allowed.
*Camping supplies, food, & water, is available for purchase at the store.
*No illegal drugs are allowed.
* Food and craft vendors will be onsite.

All vehicles must leave no later than 3 PM, Monday October 19th,

Visit our website at: www.hillberryfestival.com

If anyone has issues ordering tickets they can call : (800) 901-7173 and press option 3 for customer service.

* Vending Info: The cost to vend is $60 per site. You will need to go online and fill out the vendor request form at: http://deadheadproductions.com/vendor-request-form/
You can also contact (479) 715-9662 for more information on vending.

Address to THE FARM is:
1 Blue Heron Lane
Eureka Springs, AR 72631

Coming from St. Louis – 4.5 hours – take 44 West to US-65 South (exit 82A near Springfield, MO). Take US-65 South toward Branson, until you reach Highway 62 West. Take 62 West towards Eureka Springs. Go through Eureka Springs and continue on Highway 62 West for 9 miles until you reach 187 North. Turn right on 187 North. Follow that for 2 miles. Turn left on to Blue Heron Lane.

Coming from Kansas City – 3.5 hours – take HWY 49 South until you hit 44 West. Take 44 West for about 10 miles and then get back on 49 South. Take 49 south to 62 East (in Rogers, AR). Take 62 East for about 40 miles towards Eureka Springs. Turn left on 187 North. Follow that for 2 miles. Turn left on to Blue Heron Lane.

Coming from Little Rock – 3.5 hours – Take HWY 40 West until you hit 49 North (Near Fort Smith, AR) Take 49 North to 62 East (in Rogers, AR). Take 62 East for about 40 miles towards Eureka Springs. Turn left on 187 North. Follow that for 2 miles. Turn left on to Blue Heron Lane.

Coming from Tulsa – 2.25 hours – Take 412 East until you hit 49 North (near Springdale, AR). Take 49 North to 62 East (in Rogers, AR). Take 62 East for about 40 miles towards Eureka Springs. Turn left on 187 North. Follow that for 2 miles. Turn left on to Blue Heron Lane.

Coming from Dallas – 5.5 hours – Take 75 North, until you hit 69 North. Take 69 North to 40 East. Take 40 East to 49 North (near Fort Smith, AR). Take 49 North to 62 East (in Rogers, AR). Take 62 East for about 40 miles towards Eureka Springs. Turn left on 187 North. Follow that for 2 miles. Turn left on to Blue Heron Lane.

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