BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL & CORN ROAST
Set on 100+ acres of pristine farmland and surrounded by natural hardwoods within the Manistee National Forest, Hoxeyville Music Festival is a testament to pure north country peace and celebration. Hoxeyville boasts two stages featuring national touring artists, as well as the best and brightest Michigan talent. With an intimate capacity of three thousand and an amazing lineup, 2015 is not to be missed! The site is strategically located near various mountain biking trails and the Pine River—a national wild and scenic river—world class blue-ribbon trout stream and a renowned paddle sports playground. Kestelwoods restaurant, party store and campground is a convenient five minute walk from the festival grounds. Festival entrance opens at 10 a.m. on Friday August 14. Early Bird ticket holders will not be allowed in on Thursday, August 13. No early entry will be allowed, please do not arrive early. Wristbands must be worn at all times while on the festival site—no exceptions. You will be charged double the face value ticket price if you are on site without a wristband and possibly charged with trespassing and ejected. All sales are final. No refunds will be issued. This is a rain or shine event.
Sounds Like: Billy Strings & Don Julin, M-23 Strings
Label: Acoustic Gravy
Bio: Full Cord started as a project between band members Todd Kirchner, Eric Langejans, Paul Kirchner, and Nate Roberts. All seasoned musicians, they wanted to build a musically diverse band using traditional bluegrass instruments.
The band has an extraordinary song base, with songs ranging from trad...See Full Bio
“We found a spot to sit on the soft grass and took in the wonderful sounds of Full Cord. The first song we heard was “Vincent Black Lightning”, a song written by Richard Thompson, that I had heard The Del McCoury band cover a few times. The traditional bluegrass sound was evident with a new-school spice. The guitarist finger picked his way into my mind, as I recall later that night humming many of his riffs. The attention was passed hastily from musician to musician as each was able to showcase their musical talents. As I looked around the main stage field area I began to see many people levitating from their chairs starting to get their boogey on. It was at that moment knew this would be a party.”