This April 10th through 13th come down to Dripping Springs for the Old Settlers Music Festival where you’ll hear music on four stages. You can camp, listen to awesome music from over 30 bands, get picking tips from the pros, enjoy craft beer and revel in the beautiful Texas weather in April!
Offering 4 Stages of Music – You can expect to enjoy over 30 bands on four stages at Camp Ben McCulloch and the Salt Lick Pavilion.
Here’s the schedule:
Thursday night features a show from 4:30 to midnight at the Camp Ground stage.
Friday afternoon music from noon to 3pm at the campground stage.
Friday and Saturday at the Salt Lick Pavilion there will be artists on three different stages from 4pm to midnight on Friday and 10:30am to midnight on Saturday.
Sunday at the campground from 10am to 5pm you’ll enjoy gospel music.
Saturday and Sunday morning enjoy yoga at the camp ground.
- There’s something for everyone at the Old Settler’s Music Festival. Informal sessions include an opportunity to learn from the masters in an intimate and friendly setting. The family friendly camping area offers you wading in Onion Creek, Texas beauty at it’s finest and bring your instruments for late night jams around the campfires!
- Kids can participate in supervised activities and can even participate in the Youth Talent Competition. You’ll find plenty of craft beer from different brewers and local restaurants will be there featuring a menu with local, organic and vegetarian foods to enjoy. Also at the festival, local and national crafts and artists selling unique and handmade items, CD’s, t-shirts and Old Settler’s clothing and accessories.
- “Old Settler’s Music Festival is a nonprofit organization. Every year, we donate to a list of music-related charities. This year, we’ll be giving to the Health Alliance for Austin Musicians, the Center for Texas Music History, and Kids in a New Groove.”
The Old Settler’s Music Festival is just 11 minutes from Austin!
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- “The Salt Lick BBQ Pavilion & Camp Ben McCulloch are located in Driftwood, Texas, on the southern edge of Austin. The Salt Lick BBQ Pavilion is adjacent to the nationally recognized Salt Lick Barbeque restaurant. Across the street from the restaurant is the historic & scenic Camp Ben McCulloch campground. Although within walking distance, a convenient shuttle is provided for your safety & comfort to travel between Camp Ben & the Salt Lick Pavilion.”
- This years line-up of bands includes Jeff Bridges & The Abiders, Big Head Todd and the Monsters, Robert Randolph & The Family Band, The Del McCoury Band, Sarah Jarosz, Shovels & Rope, Bob Schneider, North Mississippi Allstars, Dr. Ralph Stanley & His Clinch Mountain Boys, The Devil Makes Three, Tim O’Brien & Darrell Scott, Lake Street Dive, Gaelic Storm, The Gibson Brothers, Elephant Revival, John Fullbright, Shinyribs, Peter Rowan’s Twang an’ Groove, Donna the Buffalo, The Black Lillies, Della Mae, St. Paul & the Broken Bones, The Deadly Gentlemen, Wood & Wire, Parker Millsap, Lily & Madeleine, Humming House, Red Wine and Front Country!!!
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