Mountain Music Festival 2024 is West Virginia’s favorite festival coming back to ACE Adventure Resort May 30th – June 1st. Saturday night Beats Antique is bringing their spectacle to the mountaintop stage for our headline spot. The Settlement will be getting things started at 4pm Saturday afternoon followed by Dr. Bacon. Local boys, The Kind Thieves, will bring down the sunshine and it wouldn’t be right unless Big Something closed out the show. Plus John Inghram Band, Kindred Valley and DJ Iron Ring all have plans to keep the party alive on the Greenbrier Valley Brewing Company Lake Stage for daytime sets. There is still time to grab your tickets TODAY and save with our early bird deals, prices increase the first day of February.

Beats Antique on the Mountain

We are super excited to have Beats Antique playing Mountain Music Festival this June. A stage show that demands more music; music that needs costumes, ships and masks and shadow dances; an audience that comes for art, and takes away stories to feed their imagination. They aim for a show anyone can enjoy, a circus that feeds the spirit.

10 Years of Big Something

If one band were a Mountain Music Festival favorite it would have to be Big Something. These guys have played the event every single year since 2014 and we are super excited to share our 10-year anniversary with them. Fusing elements of rock, pop, funk, and improvisation, Big Something takes listeners on a journey through a myriad of musical styles. It’s no secret why this group has quickly become one of the most exciting bands to emerge from the Southeast. Catch them closing out the main stage Saturday at midnight.

The Kind Thieves at Sundown

Hailing from the heart of Appalachia, The Kind Thieves are a musical tour de force that is far greater than simply the sum of its parts. With members originating from all over the Southern West Virginia region, the Thieves pull influences from musical genres spanning from classic rock to funk to bluegrass, wrapped up in a jam-band bow that promises a 100% original and mind-blowing live experience every time they perform.

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Dr. Bacon Saturday Evening

Dr. Bacon is an Appalachian Funk, Grass and Rock & Roll band. Blending incredibly diverse instrumentation with broad, deep musical influences, allows the band to perform a plethora of widely accessible, danceable music.
  The Dr. Bacon Live Experience is truly a spectacle to behold, bringing the audience on a musical Journey that lulls and spikes in energy, caressing ears with lush beauty and whipping crowds into a tribal romp, shaking booties and shedding inhibitions.

The Settlement on the Main Stage

The Settlement is a jam band from Huntington, West Virginia. Cleverly combining rock riffs, jazz harmonies, funky bass lines, dreamy melodies, syncopated grooves and a multitude of world music influences, this ensemble offers something for everyone. Each member has their own unique flavor and contributes to the vast array of sounds. Each set is different from the last, offering an original live performance that thrives on energy, improvisation, creativity and love.

Saturday Afternoon @ The Lake

The place to be Saturday afternoon is in the sunshine and around the lake at ACE’s waterpark. Lounge on the sandy beach or dance on the deck with music all day long. Kindred Valley is an Indie Folk Band from Huntington, West Virginia that will bring their Appalachian flavor to the Lake Stage. John Inghram Band is back for another epic Mountain Music Festival set. Bringing home the afternoon lake party is local favorite DJ Iron Ring with some bass and some whomp!

Last Call Early Bird Tickets

There is still time to save money with our early bird ticket deals running through the end of the day today. Grab a 2-Day Pass and join the party May 31st – June 1st at ACE Adventure Resort in the New River Gorge, WV. Pickup an early arrival pass and get to the mountaintop early for our Kickoff Party happening Thursday night at The Lost Paddle. Mountain Music Festival is always a special weekend with great people, music and art that we don’t want you to miss out on. Don’t forget that ticket prices increase on February 1st.

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