Head for the Hills Music and Arts Festival brings a wide variety of music from bluegrass to metal and jambands to psytrance to the scenic Quiet Valley Ranch in Kerrville, TX. This long weekend held from March 26 through Sunday, March 29 will feature great music, exciting activities and workshops, and so much more! Spacial Collaborations is bringing headliners Ott., Dopapod, The Motet, Desert Dwellers, and Holding Space to the ranch for the festivals third annual event. Also joining the bill will be Nadis Warriors, Head for the Hills, Dirk Quinn Band, Dimitri’s Ascent, Devil’s Hollow, The Blue Hit and many more on five stages. A complete lineup is available below at the bottom of the page.
General Admissions 3-Day Passes which include onsite camping and all activities are available now! Tickets are only $89 until February 5, and if you purchase four tickets the fifth is free. That’s a pretty good deal if you ask us!
Head for the Hills, or “Heady Hills” to its fans, strives to bridge the gap between each unique scene that defines music lovers as a whole, and unite attendees for one weekend of music, art, community and healing. An array of activities will be available to those who attend Heady Hills including participation in theme camps, unicycle football games, community trade circles and a variety of workshops. An onsite art gallery, late night shows, Kundalini Yoga classes, glass blowing, and sunrise sets on Chapel Hill are just a few of the experiences available throughout the festival with more TBA!
Full amenities including showers, RV camping with full hookups, bathrooms and fully covered stages are available on the stunning Quiet Valley Ranch in Kerrville, TX. “Quiet Valley Ranch is host to two other festivals which have 40 years of love and tradition planted in this land and we are proud to evolve and bring something fresh and new to a truly incredible property,” said Miles Altgelt of Spacial Collaborations.
The full Head for the Hills 2015 Lineup:
Head for the Hills
Dirk Quinn Band
The Blue Hit
Mama K & the Shades
Cream Cheese Accident
Amy Sue Berlin
Appalachian Dinosaur Exhibit
A Town Get Down
Bottom Dollar String Band
Fire in the Pines
Someone Like You
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