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In 12 years, the Ogden Music Festival has grown into just the kind of thing you're looking for to start your summer off on a high note, whether its high, lonesome bluegrass or some hot licks on the fiddle. Set in an oasis just minutes from downtown Ogden, Weber County's Fort Buenaventura is Utah's oldest settlement and provides camping, walking and bike trails, the Weber River, and the perfect spot for our growing community of friends of acoustic and Americana music.
Working together with the hundreds of artists, vendors, volunteers, sponsors, and logistical teams, it's our collective dream to promote and celebrate Ogden's arts, culture, and natural beauty to residents and visitors, alike. Kids, 16 and younger, are invited to attend the festival for free, with the hope that their experience with live, traditional music performed in an outdoor setting will inspire this next generation to keep these traditions alive. Kids will love the Imagine Music Musical Petting Zoo and other music and outdoor-themed crafts and activities.
Generating its own unique culture and spirit, we find that festival goers not only fall [further] in love with their favorite performers and many previously unknown, but also the company and natural environment around them. There's plenty of melodic flavor to go around for all to enjoy during the festival, so be there, take part, get involved, and soak up every last bit of it!
We are pleased to announce: Rhonda Vincent and The Rage, The Travelin' McCourys and a Grateful Ball, The Brothers Comatose. More artists to be announced!
In nine years, the Ogden Music Festival has grown into just the kind of thing you're looking for to start your summer off on a high note, whether its high, lonesome bluegrass or some hot licks on the fiddle. Set in an oasis just minutes from downtown Ogden, Weber County's Fort Buenaventura is Utah's oldest settlement and provides camping, walking and bike trails, the Weber River, and the perfect spot for our growing community of friends of acoustic music.
OFOAM's Mission is to bring live music to Ogden and provide free music education opportunities for youth.
Exposure to music at a young age can change one's life. There is significant research to support that kids who play musical instruments do better in all walks of life. Children and youth 16 and younger get in FREE to all OFOAM events, and OFOAM keeps ticket costs comparatively low for a high quality 3-day family-friendly festival experience with camping on site, and outstanding line-ups that appeal to diverse, all-ages audiences.
OFOAM is an all-volunteer 501-c-3 non-profit organization that contributes significantly to the vibrant arts and recreation community in Ogden. Over 60% of our operating budget is for artist fees. Far from being observers, attendees become active participants in the OFOAM Festival Community through kids activities, vending, sponsorship, volunteerism, and campground jams. Beyond the music, people also fall in love with Weber County's stunning natural beauty and recreational opportunities. The Ogden Music Festival has becomean annual tradition for families and friends.
Contact us at (801) 513-0657
We need you! If you'd like to be a part of the all-volunteer Ogden Friends of Acoustic Music and help us make the Ogden Music Festival a success, we'd love to have you join our team! We've had amazing volunteers every year. Go to "Festival Info" above and select "Be a Volunteer" from the drop down. By working two 3-hour shifts, you gain free admission to the Ogden Music Festival, exclusive volunteer swag, and the satisfaction of knowing your contribution keeps ticket prices low for everyone else, providing this amazing opportunity for all Ogden Music Festivarians, especially kids 16 and younger, to experience live acoustic music in a beautiful outdoor setting! See you there!