• Camp Ben McCulloch (map)
  • 18301 Farm to Market Road 1826
  • Austin, TX, 78737
  • United States

Single Day without camping $75
3-Day without camping $165
3-Day with camping $245
4-Day with camping $265

Purchase tickets here


Thursday (Campground Stage):
4:00pm - The Accidentals
5:40pm - The Hillbenders presents The Who's Tommy: A Bluegrass Opry
7:20pm - The Jitterbug Vipers
9:05pm - The Brothers Comatose
10:45pm - Della Mae

Friday (Hill Country Stage):
4:00pm - Joelton Mayfield (Youth Competition Winner)
5:15pm - The Black Lillies
6:55pm - Rodney Crowell
8:40pm - Hayes Carll
10:30pm - Dawes

Friday (Bluebonnet Stage):
4:00pm - Della Mae
5:45pm - Deer Tick
7:20pm - The Hillbenders Presents The Who's Tommy: A Bluegrass Opera
9:10pm - The Suffers
10:45pm - The Jeff Austin Band

Saturday (Hill Country Stage):
11:00am - The Deer
12:05pm - Lonesome River Band
1:25pm - Green River Ordinance
2:45pm - The Dustbowl Revival
4:05pm - Jerry Douglas presents The Earls of Leicester
5:40pm - Sarah Jarosz
7:15pm - Shinyribs
8:50pm - Del McCoury Band
10:50pm - Bob Schneider

Saturday (Bluebonnet Stage):
1:30pm - Sierra Hill
3:20pm - Carolyn Wonderland
4:40pm - David Ramirez
6:10pm - Jay Farrar (Trio)
7:45pm - The Jayhawks
9:15pm - The Milk Carton Kids
10:45pm - The Wood Brothers

Sunday (Campground Stage):
11:00am - Lonesome River Band
12:05pm - Honeyhoney
1:25pm - The Band of Heathens
2:40pm - Milkdrive
4:00pm - Shinyribs


In 1987, the first Old Settler’s Music Festival was held at Old Settler’s Park, in the Austin suburb of Round Rock. Since then, it’s grown into a nationally-known celebration of Americana and roots music in all its forms – with past headliners including The Mavericks, Patty Griffin, Bela Fleck, Doc Watson, Joan Osborne, Bruce Hornsby, Iron & Wine, Alison Krauss, and Robert Earl Keen.

Old Settler's has grown a lot since the early days. But still maintains its down-home, Texas-friendly vibe. Located just outside of Austin, the festival takes place at Salt Lick Pavilion and Camp Ben McCulloch, just minutes from Austin. It’s a landscape of shady trees and sunny meadows at the height of bluebonnet season. The music continues nonstop for four straight days, with concerts, workshops, and impromptu jam sessions all day and throughout the night.