With the 15th annual McDowell Mountain Music Festival quickly approaching March 2-4, 2018, here are a few notable facts about the festival now known as M3F.
- The event is situated in downtown Phoenix at Margaret T. Hance Park (1200 N 1st Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004).
- Several types of tickets are still available:
- 1-Day general admission
- 1-Day VIP admission
- 3-Day general admission
- 3-Day VIP admission
- Gates to the festival open at 3 p.m. on Friday and open at 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. They close at 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and close at 9:30 p.m on Sunday.
- The lineup for this year’s festival features artists like Nick Murphy (also known as Chet Faker), Griz and Jane N The Jungle. Here are the set times throughout the weekend.
- Here’s what you can bring into the festival: sealed or empty reusable water bottles, umbrellas, low-backed chairs (for designated areas only), picnic blankets, non-framed backpacks, hula hoops, selfie sticks, totems and crazy costumes.
- Here’s what you can’t bring in: pets (besides service animals), outside beverages and food, outside ice chests, open alcohol outside festival grounds, illegal drugs, weapons, unlicensed vending, professional photo or video equipment without a press pass, laser pens and motorized vehicles (with the exception of ADA vehicles).
- Food vendors in attendance include Even Stevens, Paletas Betty and Pho King.
- Within the grounds, there will also be a marketplace made up of local vendors with a range of products. Not only is there apparel available, but handmade jewelry and a body art tent.
- There will be a merch tent selling shirts and more from the bands, groups and festival.
- Live art from local artists will featured throughout the three-day event.
- The Kid Zone is available for children 10 and under to participate in some hands-on activities.
- DeSoto Central Market is hosting ticketed After Hours events Friday and Saturday night.
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