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Holler on the Hill Fan Survey

Sep 23rd, 2018
Thanks again for helping Holler get off to a great start. Here’s another way to help us make it better: tell us what you loved, what you’d leave, and what you couldn’t get enough of. Send us your artist suggestions or your soda flavor suggestions. We’re all ears! There’s a link to the survey on … more »

Holler on the Hill 2019 Dates Announced

Sep 23rd, 2018
Thanks for an incredible inaugural Holler on the Hill, Indianapolis! We had an incredible time singing, dancing, and having fun with you this weekend, and we’ve got even better news: We’re coming back for 2019. Mark your calendars, subscribe to updates on our homepage, and we’ll see you on the hill next year!

Day 1: A Perfect Day

Sep 23rd, 2018
Why lie? The first day was amazing. It was beyond expectation. It was really something to holler about (Sorry.) Go check out our jam-packed photo gallery page and see what our photographer, Keith Griner, was able to capture, or check the album we uploaded to Facebook.  We had a beautiful preview of fall weather, with temps … more »

Sun King Water Stations

Sep 18th, 2018
We along with our friends at Sun King want you to have a great time, and that includes staying hydrated throughout a long day punctuated by cans of Cream Ale and Osiris. Thanks to the crew at SKB, we’ll be able to offer you a free water station where you can fill up your reusable … more »

Parking at Holler

Sep 18th, 2018
Parking near Garfield Park will be limited, and on a first-come, first-serve basis. As you might expect, we can’t guarantee parking or even recommend a street — it’s all going to be used, and it’s going to fill up quick. This is why we encourage you to walk, bike, Uber/Lyft, or take a scooter. Additional … more »

How many times can you fill your cup?

Sep 18th, 2018
We’ve got lots of great partners helping us put on Holler on the Hill, but we have a feeling Hope Plumbing’s contribution will be getting the most replay for the rest of the year. We took a few notes from some of our favorite parts of Hoosier living, the Indiana State Fair and Holiday World, … more »

View the map & plan your visit

Sep 18th, 2018
It’s nearly time to gather in Garfield, and we’ve got the map you’ve been waiting for. The map is going to stay put right here, and will always live on our festival app along with the schedule. Take a look now and get your bearings before the crowds arrive on Saturday, and become an old … more »

Earn Free Tickets & Holler Merch By Telling Your Friends

Sep 16th, 2018
It’s never been easier to help us spread the word.  Now, you can earn free stuff and swanky rewards as a token of our thanks. We searched for the most user-friendly rewards app, and we’ve found it in Social Ladder. Starting today, you can sign up and start earning points just for doing the little things … more »

St. Paul & The Broken Bones debut new sound on Kimmel

Sep 16th, 2018
Holler on the Hill headliners stopped by Jimmy Kimmel’s studios to play a few tracks off of their new album, Young Sick Camelia. The Bones’ sound has evolved recently, blending their modern Motown sound with an upbeat, funkified lineup of tunes. Lead singer Paul Janeway’s voice will still make you want to dance, now with … more »

Holler On The Hill Featured Artist: Otis Gibbs

Sep 13th, 2018
Otis Gibbs: Indiana Native, Legendary Songwriter and Planter of Trees A Holler On The Hill Featured Artist is Otis Gibbs, a Wanamaker, Indiana native turned Nashville transplant. Otis is a one-of-a-kind human being and it shines through in his songwriting. Storytelling is what Otis does best next to writing some of the best songs in … more »
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