Wichita Festivals made a BIG ANNOUNCEMENT today, February 15, 2017, and it’s just what we have been wanting: a Wichita music festival with great performers, urban camping, local craft beers, food trucks, late-night activities, games, and more!
The first-ever Vortex Music Festival will be held on the grounds of the Mid-America All-Indian Center – in view of Wichita’s iconic Keeper of the Plains – this summer. Dwight Yoakam will be headlining and other national and regional acts we love will also perform.
Tickets to Wichita’s Vortex Music Fest are on sale now, and if you really know you want to go, head over there immediately because the first 500 ticket-buyers will get an early bird discount of only $45 per ticket. After that, standard issue festival passes will be $65 each until July 27 (or until they’re sold out) and VIP tickets are $100 each.
If you want to camp, purchase the campers add-on package for $50, which includes a campsite for up to four people, a pancake and sausage breakfast, and Saturday morning entertainment.
Here’s the full lineup of performers so far, but more are expected to be added:
Moreland & Arbuckle
Carrie Nation & The Speakeasy
Fast Food Junkies
Julian Davis & The Hay-Burners