Muletown Musicfest to Offer Two Days of Multi Genre Music in Columbia

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Muletown Music Fest

Muletown Musicfest is returning to Columbia on August 18 and 19. It offers two days of outdoor music concerts by both local and touring artists. Also on hand to keep the sound alive will be DJ Sizahanz and DJ Catfish. The gates officially open at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, August 18 and close at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday, August 20.

More than 50 bands will be participating in the event. The first day will focus on country, rock and metal bands. The second day is devoted to hip-hop, rap, and R&B. The music each day of the festival will begin at 1:00 p.m. and end at 1 a.m.

Artist performing on Friday include: Sidney Mays, San Pedro, King Lazy Eye, Quentin Wade, Zack Jennings, Chunder, Brandon Bartley, Nero Vatra, Jawfane, Julius Armstrong, Connor Doak, BryLew, and Ciara Adams, as well as headliners Pull, Tennessee Holy Water and Autumn Lies Buried. The second day will feature: Embler, FN Yung Coke, RD, Kapable, SoDeezy, Ben Cold, CountUp, Jary Da Capo, LSK da Goat, Direct Music, Playa Patna Panther, Mocca B., Purgatory, Coorkedsouf, Butcher Knife Bandit, Cease, Significant Records, CG The Reverend, DhD, Big Money, Buttermilk, Dark Side Thugs, Adrian Raps, Sweetz and Dixie Trix. The featured artists on Saturday are Colt Montgomery, Rob Dee, Grey Matter, and Derrick Matthews. Both days will be closed out by EDM DJ Hamp10.

Vendor booths will also be on hand at the festival, as well as delicious food from Jelly Roll’s “Rolling with Jelly” food truck. The food truck offers Nashville Hot Chicken Tenders, fried fish, burgers and chicken wings. Sides include fries loaded or plain or chips. However, it is the jelly doughnut that they are known for.

Begun in 2015 as a downtown event spread out across many different venues, it has been moved to 1804 New Highway 7 in Columbia. This space offers places for free tent camping and campers under 30-feet for a small fee. However, no camp or bonfires will be allowed on the property.

Originally a low-key event that featured professional musicians and local school jazz bands, it has really amped up this year to be a mini Bonnaroo. All attendees will be asked to sign a waiver and security will be strictly enforced.

Muletown Music Fest is Sponsored by Alienated Records/ Space Vision Entertainment/ Studio65South and WhoDat Podcast.

Tickets can be purchased here.  Use Code “MULETOWN” to receive 50% off any ticket purchase or multiple ticket purchases. Tickets begin at $10 for kinds under 14 and $30 for adults. Keep up with the event here.

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