17 bands, one main stage, and a tent that might as well be hosted by the Ghost of Eureka Spring’s Crescent Hotel.
Not too far from ‘tall Jesus’ towering above the Ozark Forrest is “The Farm.” The 160 acre venue boasts beautiful 360 degrees panoramic views. 160 acres often forgotten.
Huck Finn and his buddy Jim could nearly skip a rock from the upper reaches of one of the three forks sourcing the famed White River, not too far east, from Razorback Stadium. One of the helicopters rising vertically from the retail capital of the world’s local airport could arrive at the farm in no less the a quarter hour. If the river didn’t flow north for a bit, you could tube to the farm, from Branson, but it does flow north, for a bit. This Ozark gem cuddles the Mark Twain National Forrest, Table Rock Lake, Beaver Lake, and the White River … all within 5 miles of the venue.
Phunkberry reigns supreme for late night carpetbaggers. These festival goers want it no other way. Searching for a getaway from nearby ever-growing Northwest Arkansas, touristy Eureka Springs, and show-tune Branson, the weary limp in to release and re-fuel with experience.
Thursday’s tent revival begins at 7PM. Friends of the Phamily open the festival, easing you into the groove. Heartbyrne and Steady Flow will take you through midnight and Henry + The Invisibles invite you to destroy the natural dance floor beneath your bare feet after 1AM.
Friday introduces 5 back-to-back shows on the Main Stage. Cadillac Jackson jams at 3:20PM, followed by Son’s of Funk, Juno What, The Motet, and Russ Liquid. “The Tent” is just waking up at 2AM. Hosting is Back Up Planet.
Saturday, around 2:30PM, Henna Roso takes the main stage. 5 bands follow: The Fritz, Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band, Kung Fu, The Werks, Manic Focus, Main Stage, and The Focus. “The Tent” will be rocking and The 1 oz. Jig will guide you through Sunday’s sunrise.
Sunday is a day of rest. Peace be to all attending Phunkberry.