The temperate climate, the trees, the early summer setting, and the slow-moving pace create a pastoral backdrop for relaxing and listening to great music with family and friends. It’s hard to imagine a better way to kick off the lazy days of summer.
From the opening of the Live Oak Music Festival gates on Friday morning at 8:00 to the closing of the same at noon on Monday, the three-day event provides basic camping accommodations, many under the shade of oak and sycamore trees. There are limited hook-ups available for an extra fee. Campers may bring their own food, or choose from a diverse array of delicious food booths and trucks.
Adding to the fun of the main stage music are two side stages, plus a collection of arts and crafts booths, music workshops, fireside jamming, dances on Friday and Saturday nights, and entertainment for children of all ages.
A variety of daytime activities for children, from a fairie garden, to arts & crafts, to a major talent show, give the youngsters not so interested in the main stage music something to do while their parents sit back and enjoy the music at our three stages. At night, for those teens more interested in mingling than listening, a variety of activities are available for their entertainment.