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URL icon « on: July 21, 2010, 01:27:21 PM »

Hey everyone! Get your friends together, make your plans, buy your tickets and head on down to Harvest Festival!!! Heres some information about this years Harvest Festival. The lineup is one of if not the best of the summer. The location on top of Mulberry Mountain in October is amazing: 70's during the day and 50's at night, perfect for some bluegrass dancin'.

Yonder Harvest Festival
October 14-16, 2010 (Early arrival available on the 13th)
$119-3day pass including camping (Next to your car)
$325-VIP Pass includes : Shaded VIP camping area, early arrival on Wednesday, meals, beverage service, upfront viewing area, and bathroom facilities
Reserved Camping is Sold Out

Yonder Mountain String Band (2 nights)
Leftover Salmon
Keller Williams & the Keels
Railroad Earth
Sam Bush
Martin Sexton
Brett Dennen
Split Lip Rayfield
Emmitt Nershi Band
Donna the Buffalo
Traveling McCoury's
Mountain Sprout
Infamous Stringdusters
Asylum St Spankers
Adam Aijala & Larry Keel
Elephant Revival
Poor Man's Whiskey
Big Smith
Town Mountain
Head for the Hills
Whitewater Ramble
Pert Near Sandstone
Ben Miller Band
Deadman Flats
Whistle Pigs
Mountain of Venus
Jeff & Vida
Cletus Got Shot
1 OZ Jig

You can have fires at your campsite as long as they are not open. Acoustic instruments are welcome. You can bring your own food and beverage into the camp grounds (as long as you don't bring a keg). You can visit the website above for more information.

If you want to take a break from the fest and enjoy the Ozark National Forrest a little more try these activities:
9-hole disc golf course
Hiking - hundreds of miles of trails
Fishing- 4 stocked mini-lakes or the Mulberry River (You do need to get an Arkansas fishing license to fish on the lakes or in the river

If anyone else would like to add on with personal experience one Mulberry Mountain I along with other's would appreciate hearing it.
Also who all is planning on going?

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