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MOKB Presents

Holler On The Hill Americana Festival

September 22 & 23 @ Garfield Park

Event Profile

Holler On The Hill is a 2-day music festival set to be held September 22 and 23 in Garfield Park. The festival leans heavy on alt-country, outlaw and americana styles that are driving today’s hit country music, which is still the number one format in Indianapolis. Holler On The Hill organizer and MOKB Presents president, Josh Baker, notes, “I’ve always had the vision in my head for this festival. It’s just as much about the community and fans that rally around this kind of music as the event itself. That communal spirit will drive the event with combining elements of a music festival, family reunion and community picnic.”

Baker adds, “We’ve had so much success growing Americana artists in Indy, it just seems like a natural fit to give artists and fans a bigger opportunity to enjoy it. We know the fans are ready. We’ve been teasing them with this for years. Now it’s time.”

Holler on the Hill will feature two stages in 2018. The McCallister Amphitheatre at Garfield Park, which MOKB Presents has been developing over the last two years, will serve as the main stage with a second stage being added just outside of the entrance to the amphitheatre. The festival will present 25 acts across two days with tickets starting at just $45.

Details

Date: September 22 & 23
Venue: Garfield Park
Hosts: MOKB Presents
Frequency: Annual

Audience

Attendance: 4,000 per day, 8,000 total

Attendee Profile: Americana & Country Music Fans, Blue Collar, Biker and Scooter Clubs, Musicians, Regional Festival-Goers

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Available: Presenting ,Official, Community, Experience, Wristband
Key Categories: Beer, Wine, Spirits, Apparel, Local Business, Automotive, Outdoor Brands, Lifestyle
Market: Indianapolis

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Event Stats

2
days
25
bands
2
stages
8,000
fans

Why Should You Get Involved?

Centrally located between the University of Indianapolis and Fountain Square–and directly on the future Red Line Route–Garfield Park provides the perfect grounds for a boutique music festival.