Looking for something to do this weekend? Then head out to the Troy Eagles Campground for the Miami Valley Music Festival! What started 12 years ago as the Lost Creek Festival has grown and expanded, under the direction of Brad Denson and Nick Christina, into an amazing regional concert. With three stages, a long list of performances and camping this festival continues to be an area favorite! Here are four reasons why you should check out this amazing festival!
Great Music: The Miami Valley is home to a lot of talented musical acts and the Miami Valley Music Festival provides the perfect opportunity for you to get out and enjoy some new bands as well as some old favorites like the D-Funk All Stars, The Spikedrivers and Signs of Life. M360 Productions will be on hand to provide the professional event sound and lighting making this a festival you won’t want to miss! Click here to view the full lineup!
Rock Out For Charity: Not only is great music evident this weekend but the Miami Valley Music Festival gives back and raises awareness for a number of local charities. The distribution of grants to area charities is based off of the votes received from festival goers, that way the festival goers have a voice in how their money is given away. The charities are also given a chance to come to the festival and spread the word about what they do. For more information on the grant voting click here.
Family Friendly Entertainment: The Miami Valley Music Festival is a family friendly event with children 12 and under being free and the children’s activities are provided by Grassroots Enrichment and Wellness. There is also the option to camp, bring your own food & beverages and anything else you may need depending on the weather. The Miami Valley Music Festival makes it easy for families to come and have a great time as well! For ticket or camping information click here.
Sense of Community: The Miami Valley Music Festival has grown into a wonderful festival with a great sense of community. From the amazing volunteers that dedicate their time in order to keep this festival going, to the amazing vendors that return to sell their merchandise and food, to the people that come year after year, to many this festival feels more like a family reunion and is something they look forward to year after year! Everyone involved is committed to keeping the tradition going and highlighting local charities.
So come out to the Miami Valley Music Festival to gather, camp, listen to local music and give back to charities within our community!
Miami County Live would like to thank Rich Reuters with the Miami Valley Music Festival for helping us with this article and the information found in it.