Mid-America Music Festival

August 5th - 7th
Mid-America Music Festival
Photo credit Mid-America Music Festival
Event Information:
Friday, August 5, 2022
2:30 PM-10:00 PM CT
Saturday, August 6, 2022
12:00 PM-10:00 PM CT
Black Silo Winery

Trenton, MO

Northern Missouri’s premier music and camping festival, the Mid-America Music Festival, presented by CFM Insurance will celebrate its fifth year Aug. 5 – 7, 2022 on the 70-acre grounds of the Black Silo Winery in Trenton, Mo., approximately 90 miles north of Kansas City.

Headlining Friday, Aug. 5 is country music artist, Lauren Alaina.  Friday’s lineup also includes country music artists, Matt Stell, Elvie Shane, Restless Road, and Preston Ary Band. Gates open Friday at 2:30 p.m. with music starting at 3 p.m.

Headlining Saturday, Aug. 6 is country music legend, Travis Tritt.  Saturday’s country lineup also includes Jameson Rodgers, Larry Fleet, Frank Ray, Sons of Sterling, Steven Bankey and the Flatlanders, and Trenton’s local band, Slow Leak.  Gates open Saturday at 12 p.m. with music beginning at 1 p.m.

Mid-America Music Festival goers will experience live music, primitive style camping, activities, vendors, food trucks, plenty of beverage stations, fireworks and more.  Tickets are $66 for a single-day general admission pass and $96 for a two-day general admission pass.  Tickets increase the day of the event.  For set times or to purchase music and camping tickets visit MidAmericaMusic.com.

The Mid-America Music Festival is a charity event for the Black Silo Foundation, a nonprofit that serves to help boost the economic development of small rural communities in Northern Missouri and focuses its giving to charities that serve children, youth and families, healthcare, education, veteran affairs or animals in Grundy, Livingston, Linn, Sullivan, Putnam, Mercer, Harrison, Daviess, or Caldwell Counties.  This year the festival is supporting Bright Futures Chillicothe, Camp Rainbow, Green Hills Animal Shelter, and Main Street Trenton.

According to the festival team, over 3,300 fans attended the event last year from 30 states.  “The Mid-America Music Festival brings together music fans from all over the United States,” said Jenn Hottes, Executive Director of Black Silo Foundation. “Friends and family gather for a fun weekend to enjoy incredible music and unforgettable experiences.  It’s truly a can’t miss summer tradition.  Bring a friend, pack a lawn chair or blanket or plan to camp for the weekend and enjoy all the festivities.”

For additional information contact the festival team at midamericamusicfestival@gmail.com or visit the festival website at midamericamusic.com.