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The annual Hillberry Harvest Moon Festival has dropped the first phase of their lineup including headliners like the legendary jam act Moe., festival partners Railroad Earth, and the Wood Brothers.
EUREKA SPRINGS, AR, March 21, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Deadhead Productions has released the first lineup announcement for Hillberry Music Festival, to be held once again at The Farm in Eureka Springs, AR from October 4th-8th 2023..
The annual Hillberry Harvest Moon Festival has dropped the first phase of their lineup including headliners like the legendary jam act Moe., festival partners Railroad Earth and the Wood Brothers. The lineup also features the recently returned Elephant Revival, Leftover Salmon, rising folk star Sierra Hull, and funk supergroup Here Come the Mummies! Lots of local, regional, and national talent make up the rest of the bill. Alongside the top-notch musical talent is a huge assortment of live painters and artists bringing their signature flair to the event as well as fire performers and other visual artists.
Each day will feature music early in the day, until late in the night as well as endless opportunities for campsite and bonfire jam sessions. The daily schedule also features activities and workshops both for adults and children. From magic shows to yoga sessions, there's something for everyone. Food, art, and craft vendors will have their wares for sale and on display throughout the festival grounds.The farm is located on 160 acres of pristinely kept land, surrounded by the Mark Twain and Ozark National forest. 360 degree views of natural majesty await patrons and artists alike. There are hiking and mountain biking trails on property as well as multiple bodies of freshwater nearby. No matter what your fancy, Hillberry the Harvest Moon Festival provides.
The festival is being hosted by Deadhead Productions, based out of Eureka Springs, AR in partnership with Railroad Earth.
Article by Brandon Carter
Deadhead Productions has been hosting live shows and music festivals in Northwest Arkansas for the past 12 years. Hosting over 30 music festivals to date.
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