Where: Salt Lick Pavilion and Camp Ben McCulloch, just minutes from Austin, located 11 miles south of Highway 290 West on Farm Road 1826. Map.
Info: www.oldsettlersmusicfest.org - Hotline: 512-346-0999, ext #3.
Past Artists: Sam Bush, Darrell Scott, Psychograss, Joan Osborne, Del McCoury Band, Yonder Mountain String Band, Patty Griffin, Bruce Hornsby, Alison Krauss, Nickel Creek, John Hartford, Dan Tyminski, Charlie Daniels, Michelle Shocked, Doc Watson, Keller Williams, Mike Marshall, Hot Rize, Tim O'Brien, Brian Sutton, Rosanne Cash, Shawn Colvin, Guy Clark, Bela Fleck, Leftover Salmon, Peter Rowan, Tony Rice, David Grisman, The Fairfield Four, Joe Ely, John Cowan, Jimmy LaFave, Toni Price, Two High String Band, Green Mountain Grass, Bells of Joy, Slaid Cleaves & more! Sponsors Include: KGSR 107.1 FM, Comp-Utility Corporation, Collings Guitars, Omni @ Southpark, Threadgill's Restaurants, ANCO Insurance, Music Makers Austin, Whole Earth Provision Company, PC Guru. Volunteers: The event is supported by over 300 volunteers.
OSMF is Central Texas' signature music event featuring Grammy winning Americana music, arts & crafts, camping, food concessions & libations. Acoustic jazz & blues, bluegrass, old-time local favorites & award-winning artists from around the world.
Family-friendly Old Settler's encourages children & adults to appreciate & preserve Americana roots music by providing workshops, displays & activities. Additional children's activities include, a youth talent competition, armadillo races, petting zoo, monster-slide, moonwalk, stilt-walking, doll making, face painting & more.
Camp Ben McCulloch's enormous campground makes it perfect for RV (electrical & water) or primitive camping. Bring an instrument, a lawn chair, a tent, sunglasses & enjoy the most tantalizing & exciting music the planet has to offer. .
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Four Stages: over two dozen bands, performance workshops, arts and crafts, kids' activities, music store, youth talent competition, Thursday "Settle In" show and Sunday gospel show at the campground stage, Friday and Saturday concert at the Salt Lick Pavilion, wholesome food, libations and more.
Performance Workshops: Friday and Saturday, come see the masters teach their skills up close. Workshops free with purchase of a festival wristband, times and locations to be announced.
Camping: Camping at the festival is a cultural experience all of its own. The grounds rival some of the most beautiful festival camping sites in the world, this according to festival attendees. Please visit our camping page for more information.
Pets: We love animals, but they are not allowed. Try one of these convenient kennels.
Kids Activities: A Youth Talent Competition, Armadillo Races (as available), face painting with Art for Your Head, storytelling, monster slide, rock climbing wall, kids' entertainers. Children fifteen and under get in free when accompanied by a paying adult.
Arts & Crafts: The festival has a huge art & crafts area with exceptional vendors of fine handmade items. There is a big music sales area with T-shirts, accessories, CDs, etc.
Food & Beverages: We always have an eclectic and healthy assortment of food & drinks offered by quality vendors. Beer & wine is available to those with proper ID. Breakfast concessions are available each morning in the camp ground.
Wristbands: Reserve your wristbands directly from the festival through a ticketless process or order hard tickets up until the day of show.
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