Mountain Music Festival has been a blast,
every year since 2014 and we’ve got pictures and video to prove it.
The story is just beginning.
Festival Goers Say
We had a wonderful time swinging in the hammocks at Mountain Music Festival. We are already looking forward to next year!
Had an amazing time last night at Mountain Music Festival! We’ll see everyone again tonight!!! Let’s jam!
I’ve been the last two years. It’s my birthday gift from my boyfriend. The best time I’ve ever had, both times! All the people are so friendly & the employees are great! The music is always rockin. It’s clean, safe & I couldn’t imagine a better place to spend my birthday every year! Thanks y’all.
Been all 3 years and I’ll definitely be back next year!
The vibes and friendliness of everyone at this festival was awesome! Can’t wait to return and hopefully this becomes an every year thing for me.
I had an amazing weekend with all you beautiful people. Thanks for the good times!
Such a beautiful place for a festival. This will be my second year!!!! Can’t wait!
Somebody hit the rewind button, please….thanks for a great weekend, ACE!!
Thank you for an amazing weekend! Aweseome performance, an incredible staff and an excellent venue! We can’t wait for next year!!!
Had a blast up there. Big thanks to my river rat neighbor Nat and all the amazing people I met up there. Clementine, Baby James, Garret like a Carrot….see ya next year homies!
Big Something is one of the hottest up and coming bands on the festival circuit and they have certainly made a name for themselves in Southern West Virginia. Big Something has performed each and every year at the Mountain Music Festival to a wild and...
Mountain Music Festival is an annual celebration of the best outdoor adventures West Virginia offers with some of our favorite live music to match. Situated on a 1,500 acre outdoor adventure resort outside of Fayetteville WV, Mountain Music Festival brings the spirit of Appalachia to life through its two greatest exports – music and wilderness.
So come party in the mountains, the West Virginia way.