Holler Fest is a music festival in Brooklyn, Michigan (45 minutes southwest of Ann Arbor). The event takes place at Frog Holler, an organic vegetable farm owned and operated by the King family for more than 40 years.
The goal of Holler Fest is to form sustainable relationships between artists and communities. As organic farmers, we at Frog Holler work to create the best conditions for plants to reach their optimum health. Applying this philosophy to Holler Fest, we hope to create optimum conditions for arts, culture and community to thrive.
The Holler Fest main site is directly adjacent to our largest garden, a half-mile drive off the public road. A stone cabin, located just a short walk from the main stage, offers an ideal setting for acoustic music. A favorite venue for many performers, the cabin's intimacy and ambiance have produced many memorable sets. The Second Holler is just over the ridge from the Main Holler and hosts an eclectic variety of workshops, kids shows and emerging artists. New this year, the Tree House stage hosts a lively assortment of workshops and artists and is the first stage that folks see as they enter the Holler Fest site.
Walking trails wind through the woods and several workshop presenters offer guided tours that allow visitors to experience the beauty of this special piece of land.