The Dreamy Draw Music Festival made its debut in Old Town Scottsdale, Arizona over Nov. 3-4.
The two-day event featured some of the best country, folk, Americana, roots and rock music acts spread across the grassy grounds of the Scottsdale Civic Center, including headliners Midland and Lord Huron as well as Luke Grimes, Margo Price, Trampled by Turtles, Breland, Hailey Whitters and Watchhouse, among others. A percentage of proceeds were donated back to the festival’s nonprofit partner Scottsdale Arts.
Each of the three Dreamy Draw stages provided fans with intimate spaces to watch perfromances while enjoying the comfort of shaded grassy lawns, tree lined areas and sunsets. Attendees also had the option to purchase a one-of-a-kind VIP artist package with amenities such as a private lounge with comfortable seating and a dedicated premium bar.
The Bronco Stage’s Friday (Nov. 3) lineup included Nat Myers, Stephen Wilson Jr., Price and Midland, while the Stampede Stage consisted of The Senators, Grady Spencer & The Work, Emily Nenni, Whitters and Grimes. Additionally, the Poncho Stage provided Matt Farris, Logan Crosby, Chase Wright, Country Night and Breland.
On Saturday (Nov. 4), JD Clayton and American Aquarium took the Bronco Stage along with Trampled by Turtles and Lord Huron. The Stampede Stage starred Taylor Glasheen, Steely Dead, Mighty Popular, Watchhouse and Jamestown Revival, and the Poncho Stage included American Hustler, Logan Halstead, Nolan Taylor, Evan Honer and Will Worden.
Local food and drinks as well as regional fashion vendors like Cave and Post Trading Co. showcasing Arizona’s bold style accompanied the performance lineup.
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