MIM Fest approaching fast
Tuesday, September 24, 2013 1:13 pm
Music in the Middle Festival, hosted by Neon Stanza, will take place from Oct. 4-6 at Short Mountain Distillery. There is 300 beautiful acres at the Distillery where the festival will take place.
Neon Stanza is keeping the festival as local as possible in order to allow locals to spend money that will be put right back into Middle Tennessee. There will be many local breweries at the festival. Neon Stanza is trying to get Middle Tennessee State University as involved as possible as well. Neon Stanza has been partnering with the student media organizations and the art department. The goal is to get students at MTSU and other universities involved with the festival and give them practical experience in the field they are studying.
MIM is creating a unique interactive music festival with many activities such as: ultimate frisbee, music workshops, EDM laser tag, jam circles, snow machines and open mic. MIM is encouraging people who come to bring their instruments, because who doesn’t enjoy sitting in a circle listening to a friend jam out? MIM wants the festival to allow each person to have their own unique experience at the festival.
MIM will have four stages that will be playing music all day and most of the night on the fourth and fifth of October. The Great American Craft Beer tour is ending their tour at Music in the Middle. There will be over 100 beers to try.
The lineup has been updated and modified with 50 local artists who will be playing alongside 50 national and international artists.
Music in the Middle has just recently changed their ticket prices to $55 dollars to make it affordable for anyone to come out, camp and enjoy music on Oct. 4 and 5.