Thousands expected to attend FORMAT festival in northwest Arkansas

Thousands of people are expected to descend on the Ozarks for the Format music festival. The festival is scheduled to begin September 23, 2022, on nearly 300 acres of land at Sugar Creek Airstrip in Benton County. FORMAT welcomes a wide range of world-renowned international and local musicians and artists, alongside emerging talent and a myriad of special performances and surprise acts. The Flaming Lips, Herbie Hancock and Rüfüs Du Sol are among the scheduled artists. from the region have also signed up to perform at the festival. Ticket information is available at www.format-festival.com. There will be stages combining local and national acts, in addition to hidden forest enclaves, a converted disco barn and a speakeasy. The festival combines the visions of TRIADIC’s creative marketing and production team and the promoter of C3 Presents events – the company behind several music festivals including Lollapalooza and Austin City Limits. It also includes partnerships with Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and The Momentary. After hearing about the growth and cultural development in Northwest Arkansas, their teams met with several members of the Walton family, including Steuart, Tom, and Olivia Walton, to brainstorm and execute their unique concept. After hearing about the growth and cultural development in northwest Arkansas, their teams met with several members of the Walton family, including Steuart, Tom and Olivia Walton, to brainstorm how to execute their concept. unique. “We merge music, art and technology and allow people to experience it outside of the normal environment they would in other places. We want to create amazing interactions that you can’t experience anywhere FORMAT is going to be something really memorable, and we needed a beautiful site for that,” TRIADIC co-founder Elizabeth Edelman told 40/29 News. email for the latest updates from FORMAT on their website.

Thousands of people are expected in the Ozarks for the Format music festival.

The festival is scheduled to begin September 23, 2022 on nearly 300 acres of land at the Sugar Creek Airstrip in Benton County.

FORMAT hosts a wide range of world-renowned international and local musicians and artists, as well as emerging talent and a myriad of special performances and surprise acts.

The Flaming Lips, Herbie Hancock and Rüfüs Du Sol are among the scheduled artists.

Nearly a dozen musicians and artists from the region have also registered to perform at the festival. Ticket information is available at www.format-festival.com.

There will be stages combining local and national acts, in addition to hidden forest enclaves, a converted disco barn and a speakeasy.

The festival combines the visions of TRIADIC’s creative marketing and production team and event promoter C3 Presents – the company behind several music festivals, including Lollapalooza and Austin City Limits.

It also includes partnerships with Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and The Momentary.

After hearing about the growth and cultural development in northwest Arkansas, their teams met with several members of the Walton family, including Steuart, Tom and Olivia Walton, to brainstorm how to execute their concept. unique.

After hearing about the growth and cultural development in northwest Arkansas, their teams met with several members of the Walton family, including Steuart, Tom and Olivia Walton, to brainstorm how to execute their concept. unique.

“We merge music, art and technology and allow people to experience it outside of the normal environment they would in other places. We want to create amazing interactions that you can’t experience anywhere FORMAT is going to be something really memorable, and we needed a beautiful site for that,” TRIADIC co-founder Elizabeth Edelman told 40/29 News.

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