Based in Clinton, Michigan and family owned and operated since 1968, Eden Foods has been a longstanding source for high-quality organic and natural foods.
Fresh, all-natural, no-GMO corn tortillas, tostadas and four addictive flavors of corn chips!
Recycle Ann Arbor started Michigan’s first curbside re- cycling program in 1978, and currently operates the state’s largest community Drop-Off Station.
Since 1971, dedicated to democratic ideals, fair trade, support of local growers, and good food!
An Ann Arbor institution since 1979, offering a full range of natural and organic dry goods, produce, dairy, and naturally raised animal products.
Owner Rick Peshkin started his produce distribution business in 1973 while living at Frog Holler and, after moving to Ann Arbor and also opening the Produce Station, continues to supply southeastern Michigan with high-quality fruits, vegetables and grocery items.
Over 100 years old, this fun and friendly Ann Arbor focal point has evolved from a feed and seed store to a full-service, tastefully selected emporium of garden goodies and fine kitchenware.
Inspiring the Ann Arbor community since 1982 with books on Spirituality, Psychology and Integrative Medicine, along with speakers and workshops in many areas of alternative health and spirituality, and as Ann Arbor’s most welcoming venue for local music!
The Brinery specializes in all natural brine fermented vegetables such as sauerkraut, kimchi and pickles. The Brinery is a concept fermented out of the local foods traditions of South Eastern Michigan by David Klingenberger.
A family business, Napoleon Lawn & Leisure has been serving the Jackson/Brooklyn area since 1982 with garden tractor and chainsaw sales and service. Also the largest selection of John Deere (and other) toys in the area!
Five years older than Holler Fest and just up the road a piece. Providing inspiration and festival infrastructure.
Family theater with small-town prices and the best popcorn in the area!
Offering a wide range of family medical services, as well as several complementary alternatives. The center strives to help each individual, from birth through the elder years, to attain their highest degree of health and well-being.
Ann Arbor's award-winning microbrewery. Committed to making fresh handcrafted beers of quality and distinction since 1995.
Friday Mornings @SELMA
SELMA is the Soule-Eberwhite-Liberty-Madison-Affiliation. Friday Mornings @ SELMA is a local-foods breakfast salon, offering a gathering place of friends and community that imagine a new, growing, vital, regional food economy - every Friday morning on the Westside of Ann Arbor.
Dorothy Ann and Bernie Coyne
Great neighbors and long time supporters of Frog Holler
Supplying tents, tables, lots of time and talent
As a long-time festival participant and organizer, providing skills, knowledge and perspective - and some great stuff from his barn!
Working the dials in the pop-up sound booth
Supplying construction expertise, tools for the job at hand, grounds grooming, and a “can-do” style that gets it done!
Built our beautiful second stage, and continues to offer his carpentry expertise throughout Holler Fest. Plays music too!
Integrated the electrical wiring with the site, provided skills and materials for the new musician's Green Room, and thoughtful support for the Holler Fest vision.