info admission

Onine sales closed. Get your tickets at the gate!


Weekend Pass  

     (includes free camping!)

Weekend: $65 in Advance / $70 at the Gate

Day Pass

     (does not include camping)

Friday: $20
Saturday: $30 
Sunday: $20

Kids (6-12) are $5 any time. Kids under five are free! 

Teens (13-17) and Seniors (65+) $10 off weekend passes and $5 off day passes.

Meal passes are available for $60. See Food for more info.

Admission to Holler Fest is a recommended donation and reflects the cost of compensating performers and hosting the festival. Please try to give this amount - your donation helps Holler Fest continue. Another option is to volunteer during the festival. 

Donations will be collected at the gate starting at 3:00 PM on Friday August 23th. You may buy your Holler Fest tickets in advance by clicking here. Online ticket sales will end August 22nd.

We love our four-legged friends but unfortunately we can't allow pets (other than service animals) to attend the festival.



info location

Frog Holler Farm

11811 Beech Rd.
Brooklyn, MI 49230 (Map it)


info camping

Anyone with a weekend pass can camp at no extra cost! 

Full camping details

 About Holler Fest

Holler Fest is a farm, music and arts festival in the Irish Hills, Michigan (45 minutes southwest of Ann Arbor). Now in its 13th year, the event takes place at Frog Holler Farm, an organic vegetable farm owned and operated by the King family for more than 45 years. The goal of Holler Fest is to form sustainable relationships between artists and communities, food and consumers, the land and the people.

The Holler Stage is nestled between fields and forest, a half-mile drive off the public road. The Second Holler is just over the ridge from the Main Holler and hosts an eclectic variety of workshops, kids shows and emerging artists. The Cabin Stage is a short walk through the woods and offers a beautiful setting for acoustic music. 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.