The 25th Anniversary of Old Settler’s Music Festival

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With SXSW well behind us, Central Texans are beginning to feel the familiar itch for more music and happenings. Luckily, the Old Settler’s Music Festival is kicking into gear April 19-22 at the Salt Lick BBQ Pavilion and Camp Ben McCulloch in Driftwood, Texas with music, camping, performance workshops, crafts, kid’s activities, food and merriment.

Concert goers can enjoy everything from bluegrass, to Americana, to acoustic jazz – with legends and talent from the likes of Iron & Wine, Amos Lee, Bob Schneider, and Slim Richey’s Jitterbug Vipers among others. For those looking to hone their musical skills, workshops will be taught by the big names themselves, and are free to the public with the purchase of a wristband.

The location of the Old Settler’s Music Festival offers a scenic and peaceful backdrop for attendees to enjoy everything the festival has to offer and to soak up the natural Texas Hill Country surroundings.  Onion Creek runs along the property, providing the perfect place to cool down after a long day of music and fun.

For more information, including ticket and wristband prices, vendor lists, musical lineups, camping regulations, and more, visit the 25th annual Old Settler’s Music Festival site.

(Photo credit: Guide to Texas Outside)