Backwoods Music Festival 2015

Book tickets

Sep 04 - Sep 06 2015

Stroud, Oklahoma (Route 66)

$99 - $149 (GA); $199 - $299 (VIP)

Good music. Good people. Good times. This is the driving philosophy behind the Backwoods Music & Camping Festival. The Labor Day Weekend event has earned its reputation and will showcase some of the best independent bands in Middle America, alongside nationally recognized artists and musicians, to create a one-of-a-kind weekend in Stroud, Oklahoma.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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