NELSONVILLE, Ohio – After a two-year hiatus, the Nelsonville Music Festival returns to a new location.
The event will take place September 2-4 at the new Snow Fork Event Center near Nelsonville. In previous years, the festival was held at Hocking Community College.
The festival will feature three days of music by over 35 bands on multiple stages. Headliners include Japanese Breakfast, Angel Olsen, Yo La Tengo, Neko Case, Mdou Moctar and Lucinda Williams.
The AV Club and Ohio Magazine named the NMF “Ohio’s Best Music Festival,” and Time Out Chicago called it “one of the best festivals in the Midwest.”
Weekend passes for all three days are on sale now for $169 ($75 for kids 13-17); visit nelsonvillefest.org.
Camping passes and day tickets are also on sale now.
Snow Fork Event Center is located at 5685 Happy Hollow Road, three miles west of Nelsonville. It sits next to Wayne National Forest, just off State Route 78.
The Nelsonville Music Festival is a production of Stuart’s Opera House, a historic non-profit theater located in Nelsonville that features live music, drama, educational programs and community building. All proceeds go to the Stuart Opera House.
Pictured above: Japanese Breakfast is one of the headliners of the Nelsonville Music Festival.
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