We are excited to announce that two of our artists, Captain Squeegee and Fairy Bones, will be performing at the McDowell Mountain Music Festival in 2016.
McDowell Mountain Music Festival Announces 2016 Lineup
AZ’s 100% non-profit music festival mixes Indie, Electronic and Jam roots for 13th anniversary celebration
PHOENIX, Ariz. (November 13, 2015) – Calling all music fans: McDowell Mountain Music Festival (M3F) announces the lineup for the 13th annual Festival on March 11-13, 2016.
The lineup is as follows by day in alphabetical order (no set order):
Friday- Animal Collective, Beck, Big Wild.
Saturday- Goldfish, GRiZ, The Main Squeeze, M!nt, Porter Robinson Live, St. Lucia.
Sunday- The Avett Brothers, Bird Dog, Gary Clark Jr., Kaleo.
Locals- Captain Squeegee, The Haymarket Squares, The Senators, Gus Campbell, Harper & The Moths, CooBee Coo, Huckleberry, Fairy Bones, Ruca (set times and dates TBA).
More local and national acts coming soon.
As Arizona’s 100% non-profit music festival, M3F is proud to continue its alliance with two local, family-based, non-profit beneficiaries: Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation and UMOM New Day Center. Since 2004, the Festival has raised more than $1 million for charity. $120,000 was raised for charity during the 2015 festival.
Additional details regarding the Festival will be released in months to come, including enhanced experiences for 2016, contests, promo events, and more. VIP, three-day, and single-day tickets will go on sale November 17th at www.mmmf.com. For the latest information, visit www.mmmf.com, or Facebook (www.facebook.com/mcdowellmountainmusicfestival).
About McDowell Mountain Music Festival
McDowell Mountain Music Festival is Arizona’s musical celebration of Community x Culture x Charity. Since its inception in 2004, McDowell Mountain Music Festival is AZ’s 100% non-profit music festival. Designed to promote three elements – community involvement, corporate participation and charity – McDowell Mountain Music Festival exists to support, entertain and educate the community, the arts and families throughout the state. The Festival attracts thousands of visitors each year from around the country for great music, beautiful Arizona weather and an opportunity to experience true culture. All of the proceeds from the Festival will benefit local charities.