Spaceberry, like every Deadhead Productions event, is rooted in love, gratitude and appreciation of the magic that occurs when people, place, atmosphere, and music come together under the stars at The Farm.
This Spaceberry marked the festival's 10th season and it did not disappoint.
The Farm is a campground & concert/event venue nestled in the hills of the Ozarks near Eureka Springs.
The full line-up included: 2 nights of Forgotten Space (Grateful Dead Tribute Band), Magic Beans, Arkansauce, Steady Flow, Deep Sequence, Groovement, Friends of the Phamily (featuring all past members), Sean Canan’s Voodoo Players Tribute to the Meters, Achi, The Irie Lions, Who Knows? and Rosebud.
Each year in Eureka Springs, the harvest moon is celebrated with the Hillberry Festival. The large festival is recognized as one of the top Bluegrass Festivals in the Midwest, and it draws thousands of people each year. It takes place on The Farm, a 160-acre campground and events center nestled in Eureka Springs.
Its location in the Ozark Mountains enjoys 360-degree panoramic views, and the Mark Twain National Forest, Beaver Lake, Table Rock Lake, and the White River are all nearby.
October 10th-13th, 2019 marks the 6th installment of the event, and plans are underway. The music lineup is to be announced as the event gets closer, so be sure to check the Hillberry Festival’s website for updates!
Expect live music on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. RVs and camping are allowed, but be sure to check on the requirements for each and be aware of what you’ll need to bring with you.
Food and craft vendors will be on site, and both food and water will be available for purchase at the general store. BYOB!
This event is rain or shine!