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Ogden Music Festival announces line-up, incl. Boxcars

Published February 22, 2013 4:46 pm
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The sixth annual Ogden Music Festival, run by Ogden Friends of Acoustic Music (OFOAM), will be held May 31, June 1 and June 2 at Fort Buenaventura, it was confirmed today.

Visit OFOAM.org before March 1 and you can save $15 on the door price by buying your 3-day passes online at the price of $40.On their mainstage this year are:The Boxcars (two-time and reigning IBMA Instrumental Group of the Year, as well as Adam Steffey winning Mandolin Player of the Year)Tim O'Brien with Kate MacLeodElephant RevivalRun Boy RunThe Tuttles with A. J. LeeWayward MollyMars HillbilliesUgly Valley BoysBella Betts Camping reservations can be made through Weber County Parks & Recreation (801-399-8491) starting today. (You must have proof of festival pass purchase before making a camping reservation. For more information about camping, visit Fort Buenaventura's website.)New for 2013, they are adding a second festival: The Ogden Roots and Blues Festival will be held August 23-25 at North Fork Park.

Kids 16 and under get in FREE to all OFOAM events, and there are military and senior discounts available at door ($5 off).







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