Tickets on sale Monday, Aug. 26 for Huntington Music and Arts Festival
HUNTINGTON — Starting at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 28, the fourth annual Huntington Music and Arts Festival will rock 'n' roll and run wild with sounds all day and night from a diverse lineup of 22 indie bands and the sights of visual art of all stripes from 25 artists.
Tickets, which are $15 advance, will go on sale Monday, Aug. 26 at Black Sheep Burrito and Brews, the V Club and from any band performing. Tickets will be $20 day of show. Kids under 12 get in free.
Bands include: The Carpenter Ants and The Greens, The Yetti Burps, Detroit-based rockers, The Muggs, Phantom Six, Rozwell Kid, Farnsworth, The Dead Leaves, Gillumesh, Coyotes in Boxes, Tyler Childers and The Highwall, Bradley Jenkins, Jay Hill (who used to back Jesco White), horror-folk writer and ace guitarist Grim Charles, the old-time string band, Modock Rounders, Aaron Brown, Colten Settle, Sean Richardson, Emily Kinner and Abbie Kimball.
HMAF will feature Black Sheep Burrito and Brews food, as well as an interactive kids art area, and a visit by the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame mobile museum and much more.
Go online at www.hmafestival.com or check out the Huntington Music and Arts Festival Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/HMAFestival