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2018 Holler on The Hill

Festival Brings Music, Food and Fun to Garfield Park

Indianapolis-area families are invited to pack a lunch and come out to Garfield Park for the 2018 Holler on the Hill music festival from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., September 22 and 23.

Described as a “boutique festival experience” that offers more than 30 band performances on three stages throughout the weekend, available tickets are limited to 5,000 each day.

The 2018 festival’s entertainment lineup includes performances by Jamestown Revival, Moon Taxi, Whiskey Wolves of the West, and Bigfoot Yancey. A complete list of performances is available online.

Festival-goers can check out a variety of Indianapolis-area vendors who will be present throughout the festival offering locally produced goods, including Circle City Kombucha and Pags Bags. There’ll also be several food trucks and local restaurants present such as Union Jack, Muy Thai, Scout’s Treat Truck and Greek on the Go.

A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales benefit organizations instrumental to the vitality of the Indianapolis community, including the Indiana Farmers Union, Garfield Park Farmers’ Market and the Indianapolis Parks Foundation.

Admission: single-day general admission, $48; reserved seating single day, $65; 2-day general admission, $85. Location: MacAllister Amphitheater at Garfield Park, 2450 Conservatory Dr., Indianapolis. For more information, visit HollerOnTheHill.com.

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