Hootin an Hollarin main stage lineup will bring traditional bluegrass and other genres

One of the most anticipated bands that will take the stage this Hootin an Hollarin is Sylamore Special, a group of teenagers and young adults who play traditional bluegrass and have racked up quite an impressive array of awards and accolades including their two-time performance at the Smithsonian Folklore Festival in Washington D.C. two years in a row, where the photo above was taken.

Hootin an Hollarin is just two weeks away on Sept. 21-23, and this year’s main stage live entertainment lineup is a good one, bringing in several new bands paired with some festival favorites.

The Times is publishing its annual Hootin an Hollarin festival guide next week, giving readers a profile of each band or dance group and the main stage entertainment schedule. The 84-page, glossy-covered guide also includes a full festival lineup, booth map, information on all events, profiles of several honorees and much more. The guides will be inserted into the Sept. 13 editions of the Ozark County Times. They’ll also be available at the festival at the information booth next to the main stage. 

Live entertainment this year will include: new bands Sylamore Special, One More Dollar, Finley River Boys, Psychobilly Cadillac, District 33, Emalee Flatness Band, Wyatt Dodge, Rob Voss and Simply Southern Cloggers. Returning favorites are Backyard Bluegrass, Kattie Laney Project, Come What Mae (our Hootin an Hollarin stage band), Regan Blackburn and Jessica Suit. Music will include plenty of bluegrass with some country, rock and contemporary hits in the mix.

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