Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

September 12, 2013

Hippie Jack's music festival offers three stages of entertainment


CROSSVILLE — Like good music? Come to the Jammin at Hippie Jack’s Music Festival September 26-29. Stay for a day or the whole weekend. Featuring: Blue Mother Tupelo, Scott Miller, Mountain Soul, Jonathan Byrd, RB Morris, David Olney, Ditty Road, Wild Ponies, Tokyo Rosenthal, Jay Clark, and more!

This family friendly event includes camping, yoga, live music, arts and crafts, food vendors, a creative children’s play area near enough to the music to both listen and watch your small ones, a nightly bonfire, and a newly designed 3rd Stage!

Bring chairs, sunscreen, bug spray, flashlights (the farm is dark at night), a hat, shades, warm weather cloths, cool weather clothes, your instruments (many of the campsites serve as impromptu performance areas) and anything else you think you’ll need to enjoy a weekend in the country, but no pets please.

The River Stage will host music all day. The Sundown Stage will host the evening headliner that will also be recorded as part of the national Jammin at Hippie Jack’s public television series, and the new Hippie Roots Stage will host music education.

Sit in with like-minded pickers, perform, listen, learn, and forget your worries. Located next to the West Fork of the Obey River, this event is truly off the beaten path! No cell phone coverage here! You can bring them, but they won’t work.

Full weekend pass is $70; day pass $25; campsite $30; children under 12 free!

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