Givestock Festival Coming to Ogden’s Fort Buenaventura

Ogden, get hyped! The festival of the summer is coming to Ogden’s Fort Buenaventura on September 9th and you would be a fool to miss it. 10 bands, live art, vendors, food trucks and pure awesome will converge at the Fort for 10 hours of non-stop fun.

Bands include Dr. Dog, The National Parks, Fictionist, Joshua James, RKDN, Joe McQueen Quartet, Cinders, Panthermilk, BEACHMEN, and mystery local bands! Nurture The Creative Mind will be showing off live art and Imagine Music will have a music garden. There will be a hammock garden, beer garden, and food trucks as far a the eye can see. If you missed out on Coachella and Bonanza, now is your chance to get that epic festival experience right here in O-Town.

LISTEN TO ALL THE BANDS IN THIS ROCKIN’ PLAYLIST! 

The best part of this festival is that for every ticket sold, Even Stevens will be donating 2 meals to Utah Food Bank! Experience 10 hours of amazing fun and feel good knowing you are helping your community.

Seriously, if  Dr.Dog’s Heart It Races isn’t the best summer song ever I don’t know what is.

If you are a local artist or vendor and you want to get in on this action then you gotta email my girl Lauren at LSingerKatz@evenstevens.com, seriously…do it

Use promo code IndieOgdenFans and get $5 off tickets,  you can get tickets right here —> TICKETS  Or you can stop in any Even Stevens and get tix for ONLY $10 (also get the Mihami Vice, you won’t regret it).

For more info head on over to http://givestockfestival.com/

Givestock, a community music & art fair, is coming to Ogden’s Fort Buenaventura (2450 A Ave, Ogden) Saturday, September 9th from noon – 10pm! Experience 10+ bands, live art, local food trucks & vendors, Uinta beer gardens, camping, and fun for the whole fam with Imagine Music and Nurture the Creative Mind. For every ticket purchased, two meals will be donated to the Utah Food Bank, along with other giveback opportunities at the festival.

Mikaela is a transplant from Portland, fell in love with Ogden her first day in town and created Indie Ogden the next week. She enjoys outdoor adventures with her husband, 2 kiddos and fur baby and making a mess crafting. You can find her at a local cafe or cycling around town with her family.