Audiotree Music Festival is returning to Kalamazoo’s Arcadia Creek Festival Place on Saturday, September 22nd and Sunday, September 23rd for the 6th year in a row.
“While this year’s festival is very guitar-driven, we’re really excited about the variety we’ve still been able to cover,” says ATMF/Lincoln Hall’s Talent Buyer, Patrick Van Wagoner. “Attendees will find elements of rock ’n roll, punk, folk, pop, funk, and more, while seeing plenty of acts with Audiotree history.” Several artists are Audiotree Alumni that have recorded projects in the past, including Basement, Palm, Common Holly, Chicano Batman, Post Animal, NE-HI, Melkbelly, Stuyedeyed, and Flaural. Each festival performance will be live-streamed and later released as standalone videos.
In addition to music, the festival will offer a variety of craft beer, food trucks, and specialty vendors from the Kalamazoo area. The fest is all ages and children under the age of 10 get free admission with an adult. “We’re working with more local partners and sponsors than we ever have before,” says Thurston. “September 22nd and 23rd is going to be an epic weekend in downtown Kalamazoo!”
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23
Father John Misty
Single Day General Admission – $45
Two Day General Admission – $80
Single Day VIP – $75
Two Day VIP – $135