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Three Oaks

Acorn Music Festival

The second annual Acorn Music Festival returns June 14 through 16 to celebrate the music and artistry rooted in the traditions of American music! Tickets ON SALE NOW!

Acorn Music Festival
Acorn Music Festival

Time & Location

Jun 15, 2024, 4:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Three Oaks, 107 Generations Dr, Three Oaks, MI 49128, USA

About the event

The second annual Acorn Music Festival returns June 14 through 16 to celebrate the music and artistry rooted in the traditions of American music! Tickets ON SALE NOW!

DAY ONE of The Acorn Music Festival features headliner Red Wanting Blue. Red Wanting Blue, formed in 1996 in Athens, Ohio, is comprised of Scott Terry on lead vocals, tenor guitar, and ukulele; Mark McCullough on bass, chapman stick, and vocals; Greg Rahm on guitar, keyboards, and vocals; Eric Hall on guitar, lap steel, and vocals; and Dean Anshutz on drums and percussion. Together the five musicians have forged a creative path that grows and expands with each successive recording.

Friday’s first show starts at 5pm ET, with multiple performances leading up to Red Wanting Blue’s headlining show. Additional performances from Chicago Farmer & The Fieldnotes, Abbie Thomas & The Crazy Hearts, Christina Eltrevoog and Reilly Downes.

DAY TWO of The Acorn Music Festival features headliner The Verve Pipe! The Verve Pipe has spent the better part of three decades in evolution, creating a sound that transcends genre and generation. It's a sound rooted in pop hooks, alt-rock guitars, and the sharp songwriting of front man Brian Vander Ark.

Saturday’s first show starts at 4pm ET, with multiple performances leading up to The Verve Pipe's headling show. Additional performances from Lilly Hiatt, Joe Pug, Fox Crossing Stringband, Gerald Dowd, Eric O'Daly and Naomi Ashley & Jon Williams.

DAY THREE features headliner Heartless Bastards. With a warm patchwork of rock ‘n’ roll, psychedelia, folk, alternative, and blues, Heartless Bastards unlock healing and catharsis within their music. Whether in the studio or on stage, the Austin-based band fronted by vocalist, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Erika Wennerstrom calm as they captivate.

Sunday’s first show starts at 4pm ET, with multiple performances leading up to Heartless Bastards’ headlining show. Additional performances from Chuck Prophet & The Mission Express, Bee Taylor, Bowmanville, Anne Harris, Nikki Morgan, and Mike Struwin.

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