Nelsonville Music Festival 2017

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Jun 01 - Jun 04 2017

Nelsonville, Ohio (Robbins Crossing at Hocking College)

$140 (GA); $350 (VIP)

The 13th annual Nelsonville Music Festival will feature over 60 musical acts in four days on multiple stages plus on-site camping, kids activities, food, a beer garden, artisan vendors, and much more.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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