Phoenix’s 100-percent nonprofit music festival is returning this weekend with a killer lineup of music, food and entertainment. Taking place March 2-4 at Margaret T. Hance Park in Downtown Phoenix, M3F (McDowell Mountain Music Festival) is celebrating its 15th year of music and art.
This year, the three-day festival will be highlighted by popular acts that include Father John Misty, The Revivalists, O.A.R. and more. Jai Wolf, White Denim, Too Many Zooz, Nick Murphy (formerly known as Chet Faker), Big Gigantic, Griz, Gorgon City, Cut Copy, Mura Masa, Dr. Dog, Washed Out, Lemaitre, Anderson East, Motet, Marcus King Band, Russ Liquid Test and more are also scheduled to take the stage.
Among the many national acts are quite a few local acts as well including Phoenix Afrobeat Orchestra, Uncommon Good, Wyves, the Lonesome Wilderness, Treasurefruit, Jane N’ the Jungle, Jerusafunk, Scattered Melodies, Spark Jack Daddy, Romen Buffalo and the Loyal Order, and Daisy.
Of course, no music festival is complete without bites and brews. The festival is hosting a variety of food trucks and restaurants that will be serving up delicious eats all weekend including Paletas Betty, Gypsy Cup, Pho King, The Spot and more. Brews will be provided by Oskar Blues while cocktails will be provided by Tito’s Handmade Vodka and served up by Rattle & Rum.
The weekend will also feature a marketplace where festival-goers can find a surplus of local vendors offering everything from custom apparel and art, to jewelry, home goods and more. Local artists will be creating live art, a kid’s zone and a drum circle conducted by AZ Rhythm Connection’s Frank Thompson.
For tickets and more information, visit: m3ffest.com