Ohiolina Music Festival is a celebration of music and culture from Ohio to North Carolina. It will feature some of the region’s most beloved musicians and culinary talent. The festival will include 11 performances held on an 85-acre Mount Vernon family farm on September 19th!
A portion of the proceeds from each ticket benefits The Ohiolina Music Scholarship Fund, an arts and music education fund with the Community Foundation of Mount Vernon and Knox County.
Shonk Brothers Noon–1pm
Salty Caramels 1:20–2:10pm
Shelf Life String Band 4:25–5:30pm
Buffalo Wabs and The Price Hill Hustle 6:00–7:15pm
Howlin Brothers 9:30–11:00pm
Ted Rice 1:00–1:20pm
Greg Dutton 2:10-2:40
Eric Sommer 3:40–4:15pm
Twin City Buskers 5:30–6:00pm
Erika Hughes & The Well Mannered 7:20–7:40pm
Erika Hughes & The Well Mannered 9:00–9:20pm
“We love making this type of live music available to the community—this will be our festival’s third year and we are proud to provide a family-friendly way to enjoy folk, bluegrass and Americana music,” said founder Chris Koenig. “We hope everyone will come out again to enjoy the great food, local brews, and excellent musical acts.”
The festival is a celebration of the culture of the region described as the I-77 corridor, an area of Appalachia stretching from Ohio to North Carolina. Attendees can expect regional fare from local food trucks including Por’ketta and Moe's Original BBQ. The event is geared toward music enthusiasts of all ages— patrons can expect plenty of lawn spots for a picnic blanket and great view of the stage, as the venue is an intimate natural amphitheater surrounded by 85 acres of farmland.
Go grab tickets HERE!!