Check Out the McDowell Mountain Music Festival
Posted on March 1, 2016
Coming back for its 13th year in the Valley of the Sun, the McDowell Mountain Music Festival will once again fill the east side of Margaret T. Hance Park (also known as the deck park) for three days of music in the sun. If you’re not familiar with MMMF, it’s the biggest 100% non-profit music festival in Arizona that brings artists and concertgoers from all over the country. Here’s more info on the event.
Phoenix’s Premier Music Festival
Brought to you by Oskar Blues Brewery, Wespac Construction and the Renaissance Hotel, the MMMF will once again run for three days, starting on Friday, March 11th, with the gates opening at 3 pm that day, and at 12 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Performers scheduled to perform include Beck, Kid Cudi, The Avett Brothers, Animal Collective and several more national and local acts. While you’re there, take in several food options, and of course, beer gardens serving Oskar Blues beer. Attendees have several ticket options, including a 3-day general admission or VIP pass as well as tickets for the individual days.
Beneficiaries of McDowell Mountain Music Festival
One of the most unique features of the MMMF is that it is a 100% nonprofit endeavor. All of the proceeds will benefit two local organizations, Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation and UMOM New Day Center.
PHOENIX CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
Phoenix Children’s Hospital has provided hope, healing, and the best healthcare for children since it was born in 1983, and has grown to become one of the largest children’s hospitals in the country.
UMOM New Day Centers mission is to provide homeless families and individuals with safe shelter, housing and supportive services to assist them in reaching their greatest potential.
Celebrating its third year in the heart of downtown Phoenix, McDowell Mountain Music Festival is primed to be the biggest music festival ever in Arizona. For tickets, directions and a complete lineup of scheduled acts, visit www.mmmf.com.