VIP Tickets – ONLY 100 AVAILABLE…Each VIP ticket comes with a collectable souvenir lanyard.  VIP lanyard holders will be allowed backstage at a certain time to do a meet and greet with Lance Carpenter and will be eligible for other artist meet and greet opportunities.

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Music on the Mulberry is open to all ages.  To make it more affordable to families we have increased the age and now kids 12 and under are admitted free. All attendees over 12 must purchase a ticket.  Any person consuming alcoholic beverages must be 21 years of age and will be asked to provide official ID and is required to wear a festival provided over 21 wristband.  Any attendee observed drinking with no wristband will be escorted off property by security.  Please be responsible and do not drink and drive.  DUI checkpoints are a common thing in the area.

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Parking on site is free.

Is camping included in the ticket price?
Some tickets include both camping and event tickets.  Please see ticket information page for specific details.

What can/can’t I bring to the event?

Lawn chairs are welcome and encouraged as well as blankets.  There will be an area up front that chairs are not allowed in and there is an area in the back/sides that will be designated for people who have shaded chairs and canopy tents but those are prohibited from down front so it doesn’t impact the view of others.

Coolers – There will be a $20 charge to bring a cooler onto the property. That one time charge covers all of your coolers in your camping area. However, all coolers in the performance area will have to be paid for and tagged separately. You may bring your own beverages  as long as it is not in a glass container.   Plan ahead and put your beverages in plastic containers. No underage consumption of alcoholic beverages is permitted.  Law enforcement offices and security on site will be monitoring.


NO Glass bottles or containers (PUT IT IN PLASTIC OR BRING CANED DRINKS)

NO Illegal substances up to and including any type of narcotics.

NO Weapons of any size, shape or form, including firearms, machetes, hatchets, axes, Bowie knives, clubs bats, or night sticks. (A SAFE WILL BE ON SITE TO CHECK ITEMS IF NECESSARY AND THEY WILL BE RETURNED UP ON DEPARTURE)

NO pre-loaded syringes are allowed. Properly marked and packaged “epi-pens” or the like will be subject to approval at the time of the search.

NO fireworks of any kind, including Chinese lanterns.

All confiscated items will not be returned.

Any vehicle that refuses to summit will be turned away and NOT allowed entry to the site.

Can I bring my ATV, side by side, 4 wheeler?

YTBD, please check back for more info.

Music starts at approximately 5pm Friday and 3 pm Saturday

WHERE Ozark – North Franklin County Fairgrounds North 29th Street Ozark, AR 72949

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

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  • We want everybody to have a great time, but please do so responsibly. If consuming alcohol, please do so in moderation or not at all if you are underage. We do have a zero tolerance policy in regards to underage drinking.
  • Do not provide alcohol to minors. We do have authorities watching out, so don’t ruin your weekend by providing alcohol to underage people.
  • Choose a designated driver.
  • Treat your fellow festival goers and staff with respect.
  • Familiarize yourself with and follow all of the local laws and festival policies as they will be enforced.
  • Security and uniformed patrolmen are on-site to ensure safety at MOTM. If you experience a problem or an emergency, please contact one of them for assistance.
  • Medical and first aid services are provided on site at medial tent.
  • All persons attending the MOTM do so at their own risk. Owners, managers, promoters, sponsors, or others assume no liability.
  • We have the right to refuse service to anyone.
  • Your photo or video of you may be taken at the event. By attending the festival you give us the implicit right to use those photos or video in our promotional materials.