Magnolia

Magnolia Fest Announces Initial Lineup

Magnolia Fest celebrates its 19th year at the magnificent Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, FL on October 15-18, 2015 and is thrilled to welcome to the 2015 stages Tedeschi Trucks Band, The Avett Brothers, Lake Street Dive, Keller Williams Grateful Gospel, Steep Canyon Rangers, Donna the Buffalo, Jim Lauderdale, Col Bruce Hampton, The Lost Bayou Ramblers, The Lee Boys, The Corbitt Brothers,  Sloppy Joe, Quartermoon, Grandpa’s Cough Medicine, Quebe Sisters, The Frontier Needs Heroes, Jack

Magnolia Fest Announces Initial 2014 Lineup

Magnolia Fest celebrates its 18th year at the magnificent Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, FL on October 16-19, 2014. Festivalgoers can enjoy four days of camping and live music, arts and crafts, and a selection of great foods. Magnolia Fest consistently features some of the world’s finest performers in Americana, Roots Rock, Acoustic Blues, Singer/Songwriter, Bluegrass & Newgrass, Cajun/Zydeco, New & Traditional Folk and other forms of American Roots music.

MagnoliaFest to feature Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, John Prine, Stephen Marley

Magnolia Fest, one of the greatest Americana music festivals in America, is Oct. 17-20 at the beautiful Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park (SOSMP) in Live Oak, Fla.! Are you going? It’s going to be so awesome!

MagnoliaFest to feature Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Stephen Marley

Music fans, fall festival time is coming to The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park (SOSMP) at Live Oak, Fla! Festival season this year opens with Magnolia Fest featuring Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, John Prine, Stephen Marley, Jim Lauderdale, Mavis Staples, The Duhks, Keller Williams with the Travelin’ McCourys, Grandpa’s Cough Medicine, Canary In The Coalmine, Big Cosmo, Tropic of Cancer, Tornado Rider, The Stacks, Steve Pruett’s Back From The Brink, Sloppy Joe, Seth Walker, Sentropolis, Rev.

Magnolia Festival: We can rediscover the wonders of nature, down by the (Suwannee) riverside..

This year’s Magnolia Festival was characterized by the usual wonderful blend of bluegrass, reggae and families and by unusually cold night- time temperatures.  Hovering above freezing at night, the mountain music sounded just right in the cool mountain air of the Florida “hills”.  As I sit in tank top and shorts in eighty degrees of Florida sunshine to write this, frozen fingers, frozen breath, the warmth of the fire and being bundled up from head to toe here last weekend seems surreal.  Though it was “crisp” to say the least