Holler on the Hill
HOLLER ON THE HILL TO CONVERT
HISTORIC INDIANAPOLIS PARK INTO
UNIQUE LIVE MUSIC EXPERIENCE
GARFIELD PARK | INDIANAPOLIS, IN
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22-23
featuring performances by:
ST. PAUL & THE BROKEN BONES, MOON TAXI,
COLTER WALL, AMANDA SHIRES, JAMESTOWN REVIVAL, HAYES CARLL
BLITZEN TRAPPER, JOHN PAUL WHITE, REVEREND PEYTON’S BIG DAMN BAND,
BILLY STRINGS, JADE BIRD, DETROIT COBRAS, OTIS GIBBS, JESSE DAYTON,
JOE PUG, LYDIA LOVELESS, AARON LEE TASJAN, ALEX WILLIAMS, BRANDON WHYDE & MANY MORE
TICKETS ON SALE NOW AT HOLLERONTHEHILL.COM
INDIANAPOLIS, IN (June 20, 2018) – MOKB Presents has announced details and the lineup for the inaugural two-day music event Holler On The Hill that is set to take place on Saturday and Sunday, September 22-23 in Indianapolis at historic Garfield Park. The event will feature headlining performances by critically acclaimed six-piece soul outfit St. Paul & The Broken Bones and emerging indie-rock band Moon Taxi plus over 30 national, regional, and local performers. Tickets to the two-day music gathering are on sale now at holleronthehill.com.
Holler On The Hill is committed to bringing a diverse mix of Americana, folk and alt-country’s beloved veterans and rising young stars to Indianapolis. The two-day event will feature over 30 artists performing across three stages including St Paul & The Broken Bones, Moon Taxi, Colter Wall, Amanda Shires, Jamestown Revival, Hayes Carll, Blitzen Trapper, John Paul White, Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Jade Bird, Billy Strings, Jesse Dayton, Detroit Cobras, Otis Gibbs Band, Whiskey Wolves of the West, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Lera Lynn, Israel Nash, Emily West, Brandon Whyde and more. A full day by day lineup can be found at holleronthehill.com.
Local artisans and makers will join select local restaurants, food trucks and farmers market vendors throughout the festival. Adult guests will enjoy Indiana-made craft beer and cider selections, as well as multiple full service bar locations.
Fans have the option to purchase single day general admission or reserved seating tickets, as well as 2-day festival passes. A limited amount of single day, general admission 4-packs are available while supplies last. Tickets are on sale now at holleronthehill.com.
The boutique music gathering will offer a limited capacity of only 5,000 tickets per day. The smaller, down-home feel aligns with Holler On The Hill’s community-driven mission. With affordable prices and a communal aesthetic, it’s best described as equal parts neighborhood picnic, family reunion and music festival. Holler On The Hill was born from the notion that music festivals should be inclusive, and focus on attracting groups rather than individuals. Organizers encourage friends, families, and neighbors to attend together.
A portion of ticket proceeds will benefit five community organizations including the Indiana Farmers Union, Indiana Forest Alliance, Hoosier Organic Marketing Education (HOME), Garfield Park Farmers Market, and Indianapolis Parks Foundation.
“When I first stepped foot inside Garfield Park’s MacAllister Amphitheater, nearly 10 years ago, I wondered why this incredible space wasn’t hosting a great music festival,” said Josh Baker, Holler On The Hill curator and founder. “I had this vision of a small but mighty gathering of die-hard working class music lovers eating, singing, drinking together in a laid back family reunion-like atmosphere. With music as the centerpiece, Holler On The Hill provides a much-needed stewardship opportunity to support two causes I’m extremely passionate about: local agriculture and conservation.”
Baker adds “At this intersection of concerts and farming, I wanted to invite my worlds to collide and unite in an event space that was always meant to belong to everyone. It’s our duty to give back and support the challenges facing our local family farms, the logging issues facing Indiana forests and the community groups that align with these ideals. I’m beyond excited to have the opportunity to contribute to several underserved organizations and have a direct impact on the well-being of our state.”
HOLLER ON THE HILL INFORMATION:
Saturday and Sunday, September 22-23, 2018
Gates Open: 11 a.m. each day, All Ages
Two-day Festival Pass: $75 (Early), $85 (Regular)
Single-day Reserved Seating: $65
Single-day General Admission: $48
BROUGHT TO YOU BY:
Holler On The Hill is made possible by our sponsors at Sun King Brewery, Revolution Brewing, Old Forester Bourbon, Indy Parks & Recreation, Kolman Dental, 92.3 WTTS, Do317 and many more.
ABOUT HOLLER ON THE HILL AND MOKB PRESENTS
What began as a grassroots effort to bring more local music to smaller venues in Indianapolis has bloomed into one of Indiana’s most powerful promotional voices. Since its inception in 2008, MOKB Presents has produced more than 2,000 of Indiana’s top entertainment events and now produces nearly 150+ events annually, introducing nationally-touring acts like Sturgill Simpson, The Lumineers, Alabama Shakes, Tyler Childers, Band of Horses, Walk the Moon and more from their indie touring days to today. Over the years, MOKB has fostered an interconnected community of musicians, live producers, artists and fans, and Holler On The Hill is a culmination of that effort and ethos.
As a promoter, MOKB Presents produces shows at multiple venues including HI-FI, Old National Centre, The Vogue, White Rabbit Cabaret, Garfield Park, Sun King Brewery, Buskirk-Chumley Theatre in Bloomington, and The Athenaeum among others. As an event management company, MOKB Presents offers event production, talent buying, and ticketing services to profile clients including Indy Pride, Punch Bowl Social, Sun King Brewery, and IUPUI. Additionally, MOKB Presents concepts develops experiential events including the popular mac n’ cheese festival Return of the Mac. For more information, visit www.mokbpresents.com. For concert and event updates, follow MOKB Presents on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
ABOUT GARFIELD PARK
Created in 1881, Garfield Park is the oldest public park in Indianapolis. Famed landscape architect George Edward Kessler designed the Sunken Gardens in 1908, and the park has become a quintessential piece of historic Indianapolis Landmarks. The park’s MacAllister Center for the Performing Arts has hosted numerous notable artists in the past, including Guess Who, Dolly Parton, Chuck Mangione, and the first production of Starlight Musicals in 1944.
For more information, visit: holleronthehill.com