Randy Rogers Band and Lance Carpenter lead twelve musical acts that are set to perform at the 2nd annual “Music on the Mulberry” presented by Southern Sounds in Ozark, Arkansas on June 17 and June 18, 2016. The festival will be hosted by headliner and singer-songer, Lance Carpenter, who recently celebrated Kelsea Ballerini’s hit “Love Me Like You Mean It” going platinum. Other popular acts include Trailer Choir, Barrett Baber and Apollo’s Crown.
Along with duel stages featuring local, regional and national talents, the festival will offer many fun activities for all ages including a 16-foot water slide, helicopter rides and a corn hold tournament, which will be held on Saturday, June 18 at 2 p.m. There will also be autographed festival merchandise up for grabs throughout the festival.
Full details on the event are below:
Date: Friday, June 17 and Saturday, June 18, 2016
Venue: Byrd’s Adventure Center
Address: 7037 Cass Oark Rd, Ozark, Arkansas 72949
Tickets: $40 single day pass, $50 two-day passes
About the Festival
The inaugural event developed after the cancelation of the 2015 “Thunder on the Mountain,” a festival where Lance was scheduled to perform. Presented with the opportunity to move his hometown fan base to another location, this Ozark native met with Byrd’s Adventure Center owners and developed the first “Music on the Mountain” festival with the direction of Southern Sounds production. With less than two weeks to organize the event, Lance and the staff at Byrd’s Adventure Center successfully pulled together a line-up featuring 23 bands including Lance and his band, The Union, Keith Anderson, Kevin Fowler and Ricochet.
For more information on the festival and to purchase tickets, visit: musiconthemulberry.com
About Lance Carpenter
The Arkansas native and former college football player hasn’t stopped creating new opportunities since his move to Nashville in 2011. His most recent endeavor involves teaming up with songwriters Josh Kerr and Forest Glen Whitehead to co-write the number-one, platinum selling, country hit, “Love Me Like You Mean It” with Black River Entertainment’s female powerhouse vocalist Kelsea Ballerini. While music was always an integral part of his upbringing, football initially took precedent during his younger years. In college, as a member of Arkansas Tech University’s 1999 Conference Championship Wonder Boys team, Lance spent time juggling football practice and teaching himself to play guitar. His gift for songwriting did not go unnoticed after his move to Nashville. In just 18 short months, Lance signed his first major publishing deal with Parallel Entertainment and had secured two major cuts. In 2014, Lance co-wrote the song This is Our Home after the devastating tornadoes in Central Arkansas. In return, he donated 100% of the proceeds to the disaster relief efforts. Throughout his performance career, he has shared the stage with many notable acts such as Toby Keith, Luke Bryan and Justin Moore. Lance launched his debut EP Hay Days in August 2015, a project containing six heartfelt tracks, five of which were co-written by Lance, that reflect upon his humble small town beginnings.
For more information about Lance Carpenter, to view his upcoming tour dates or to purchase physical copies of his music, visit lancecarpentermusic.com.