|Keep the Old Settler’s Vibe Alive!We hope you were able to join us for the 31st Annual Old Settler’s Music Festival, and that you enjoyed the first year at our new location. The music was amazing (as always), and the spirit of friendship, family and community was stronger than ever. This year, however, has presented Old Settler’s with significant challenges, and we are reaching out to you, our OSMF family, for financial help.
We have been frugal with the festival’s finances and worked hard to be in a position to purchase our new home – 145 beautiful acres of rolling hills, open meadows and wooded campgrounds – in 2017. We had detailed plans to move the festival to the Tilmon site in 2019. But because of the abrupt termination of our 2018 location agreement, legal fees to defend OSMF from a would-be festival trying to take OSMF’s brand, accelerated land preparation costs, and county-mandated infrastructure changes, we lost revenue this year and need your financial support.
As a registered 501(c) 3 nonprofit staffed almost entirely by unpaid volunteers, Old Settler’s depends on the kindness of friends like you—ticket buyers, sponsors, former and current volunteers, artists, recipients of free tickets, vendors, or supporters of any kind. Can you donate to help KEEP THE OLD SETTLER’S VIBE ALIVE? With your help, we can carry on the tradition.
Any amount you’re able to give adds up and allows us to preserve and improve upon OSMF for generations to come. By doing so today, you will not only help secure the future of the festival, you will make it possible to further develop the land into a premier camping and festival site in Central Texas. Without your financial contribution, the future of OSMF is uncertain.
Please help KEEP THE VIBE ALIVE. Click this link and make your tax-deductible donation today. And then please help us get the word out by sharing it through Facebook, Twitter, email or any other means available!
We thank you for your dedication to OSMF and your continued support.
Old Settler’ Music Festival Board of Directors
Johnny Harvey (President), Gary Hartman, Kevin Vaughn