Hills N' Holler Music Fest set for this weekend

Hills N’ Holler Music Fest Committee coordinator Andi Tonietti.

The Hills N’ Holler Music Fest is headed to the Hardin County Fairgrounds on Saturday.

“The Hills N’ Holler Music Fest Committee and I are working hard on all final preparations ahead of the festival,” coordinator Andi Tonietti, said. “Ticket sales are going well, meeting the expectations of all the partners and industry experts we have talked to.”

Tickets can be purchased ahead of the show at their newly launched website, www.ticketfairy.com/r/6628/833146. Ticket discount codes are announced on the festivals page on Facebook leading up to the event.

“Don’t wait to get your tickets, grab a discount code and get your tickets early,” Tonietti said.

General admission tickets the day of the show are $25 and VIP tickets are $75. Parking is $10 per car.

Scheduled to perform are Dallas Moore, Mudbone, Andy Brasher band, Kevin Jaggers, Sadie McClendon, Miles Apart and Casey and Romy.

Gates open at 10:30 a.m. and fans can enter anytime during the event. Concerts take place throughout the day. The concert lineup begins at noon.

Noon — 1 p.m. — Miles Apart

1:20 — 2:20 p.m. — Casey and Romy

2:40 — 3:40 p.m. — Sadie McClendon

4-5 p.m. — Kevin Jaggers

5-7:30 — The Andy Brasher band

7:30 — 9:30 p.m. — Mudbone and the Ruckus

10 p.m. to midnight — Dallas Moore

“Bring your chairs and blankets and come prepared to enjoy a day of food, fun and music,” Tonietti said.

The goal, she said, is for the festival go give a feeling of community togetherness, help artists have a concert to get back to performing and give the area an experience that’s been missing during COVID-19.

“Hardin County will experience a songwriters festival that will bring unity in a divided nation,” she said. “Celebration in a time of sadness will uplift the community.”

The Hardin County Fairgrounds is at 5617 S. Dixie Highway in Glendale.

For more information, go to www.hillsnhollermusicfest.com or find the event on Facebook.

Becca Owsley can be reached at 270-505-1416 bowsley@thenewsenterprise.com.

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