Down Home at the Old Settler's Reunion
Great music, perfect location and down home atmosphere helps make the Old Settler’s Reunion a Texas Hill Country favorite. The Dripping Springs area event is Central Texas’ signature Bluegrass and American Roots music festival.
The 21st Annual Old Settler’s Music Festival, one of Texas’ best outdoor music and camping experiences, will be held at the beautiful Salt Lick Pavilion.
The festival will take place April 1921, 2008. Keep up with the line-up and ticket prices at www.oldsettlersmusicfest.org, or call the hotline at (512) 370-4630.
Camp along the creek under the stars at the quaint and spacious Camp Ben McCulloch and enjoy award-winning regional and national artists on five stages during the height of wildflower season.
Old Settler’s has been a favorite of outdoor enthusiasts and music lovers nationwide because of the stellar music, rolling hills, sunny spring weather, delicious food and beverages, unique artisans and vendors, laid-back atmosphere and friendly staff.
The 2007 line up included Grammy Award-winning artist Joan Osborne. Other musicians who have graced the festival in past years include the Del McCory Band, the David Grisman Quintet, the Charlie Daniels Band along with festival favorites Peter Rowan, Ruthie Foster and Tim O’Brien.
The festival calls the Salt Lick Pavilion in Driftwood home, just across the street from Camp Ben McCulloch.
Family-friendly Old Settler’s promotes the preservation of Americana roots music by providing music-related workshops, displays and activities for children and adults.
Additional children’s activities include, a youth talent competition, armadillo races, petting zoo, monster-slide, moonwalk, stilt-walking, doll making, face painting and more.
The festival benefits Austin Sunshine Camps, Capital Area Food Bank and Austin SafePlace.