Cleveland's Tropidelic To Headline Inaugural Everwild Music Festival in August


Poster for Everwild music festival.
  • Poster for Everwild music festival.
The locally based rock band Tropidelic just announced it'll headline the inaugural two-night Everwild music festival that takes place on Aug. 13 and 14 in Newark, OH at Brushy Fork Phamily Ranch.

The band will headline both nights, and the lineup also includes Ballyhoo!, Passafire, Kash'd Out, the Palmer Squares, the Ries Brothers and Bikini Trill.

In addition, members of Tropidelic will host exclusive events like the Bobby Chronic Guitar Clinic, late night campfire jams and a home run derby. In addition to food and craft vendors, there will be stilt walkers, dancers, live painters and other performance artists.

Tickets to Everwild are currently on sale for $99, and that price includes free tent camping and parking in the main lot all weekend. There are also a limited number of electric RV spots available at the venue, a 151-acre property about 30 miles east of Columbus with plenty of space for camping. Many hotels and motels are in close proximity to the venue as well.

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