This three-day non-camping festival will take place June 22-24 at the new Kessler Mountain Regional park nestled here in the Ozark mountains. Each day of the festival has something for all ages, including mountain biking, yoga, trail races, group rides, a hammock hangout, hiking, disc golf, make and take crafts, kid-centered activities, food and drink, sustainability workshops, classes and last but certainly not least, live music.
Created in 2016 by festival lovers who wanted friends and families to be able to experience live music together, Homegrown is dedicated to putting together a line-up of regional and national favorites as well as exposing attendees to the up-and-coming talent they haven’t seen anywhere else. Catch the full line up for this year below:
Know before you go
Festival-goers do not require tickets to attend, however, some sporting events do require registration and a fee to participate. Parking is available on the festival grounds for $10. Make sure to carpool if you can! The Razorback Greenway multi-use paved trail system leads right to Kessler Mountain so you could easily ride your bike or even walk to the event. Think sustainably and pack your own reusable pint glasses and a reusable water bottle.
Places to stay
Because this is a non-camping festival, you may need a place to rest your head after a day full of fun. Check out the Out of Towner's Guide below for lodging suggestions. If you’re looking for more options, visit our places to stay page.
You can learn more about the festival and register for specific events over at www.homegrownarkansas.com and keep up with new announcements on the Homegrown Facebook page. Homegrown values being family-friendly and kind to the environment, intentionally leaving our music venues better than we found them and we absolutely cannot wait for you to join the fun at Kessler Mountain Park.