Nacogdoches, Texas– Texas Music Magazine is pleased to announce the performers for the Big Nac Music Festival March 5-8, 2015 in historic downtown Nacogdoches.
The Big Nac Music Festival will showcase over 40 of the best well-known and emerging Texas’ artists across multiple genres, including country, rock, blues, indie and bluegrass. Artists featured at this year’s festival include: Bob Livingston, The O’s, Funkotron, Shinyribs, Tessy Lou and The Shotgun Stars, The Pine-Knot Music Co-Op, Country Willie Edwards, Reckless Kelly, Chris Watson Band, Breting Engel, Whisky Shivers, Shelley King, Maddison Livingston, Joe Ely, Wood and Wire, Sour Bridges, Emily Bell, Tyler and The Tribe, Mike and The Moonpies, Henry + The Invisibles, Jack Ingram, John Evans, Crooks, El Tule, BettySoo, Milk Drive, Anthony Da Costa, Somebody’s Darling, The Bellfuries, Soul Track Mind, Micky and The Motorcars, Chubby Knuckle Choir, Guy Forsythe Blue Band, Matt the Electrician and
The event will also include free “pop up” day shows featuring different talented musicians and various children’s activities.
“There’s something for everyone at the Big Nac Music Festival,” said event organizer Jon Niess. “There’s a variety of musical performances to suit each individual’s taste, and activities for all ages to enjoy.”
Four-day passes, which are good for all nighttime shows, are currently available for $50 (plus $2.00 handling fee) and may be purchased online at www.bignac.com. A limited number of VIP passes are also available and will include access to VIP happy hours, gift bags and VIP seating at certain venues. Tickets are nonrefundable and nontransferable.
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