Lexington’s ‘Depot Music Festival’ set to return this April
LEXINGTON, N.C. — The Depot District Music Fest is back!
After the festival launched in 2017, plans for a follow-up were interrupted when a fire destroyed the former Lexington Home Brands building.
Now, after missing last year, the festival has returned for 2019.
Some of the show’s highlights include Delbert McClinton, Turnpike Troubadours, Sister Hazel and On The Border: The Ultimate Eagles Tribute Band.
Not only will there be music that can appeal to all ages, there will be beer and wine and plenty of food truck vendors.
Early bird tickets at $30 each are up for sale until midnight Feb. 18 at depotdistrictfest.eventbrite.com.
After, ticket prices jump to $45 for adult general admission.
Day of, tickets cost $55.
Paying adults can bring their children, ages 12 and younger, for $12 at the gate or $10 with a ticket purchased online.
There will be 125 VIP tickets that will bring you right to the very front of the stage and will even get you into an exclusive VIP tent, including special restrooms and a cash bar. Those tickets cost $100.
Rain or shine, the event is set to run from noon to 9 p.m. on April 13 at the Breeden Insurance Amphitheater. The public can enter the main event entrance on East Third Avenue.