We Love Our Sponsors-And So Does Our Audience.
The artists aren’t the only stars of the show. Our sponsors have an important role to play as well-contributing to our friendly, creative, and free-spirited vibe.
Our audience appreciates the role our sponsors play. According to our surveys, they believe sponsors provide a valuable contribution to the festival-and help keep ticket prices down. They are also more likely to buy from a company they know has sponsored us in the past.
Old Settler’s attracts approximately 16,000 people over a four-day period-campers, families, and roots-music lovers. 70% come from Austin, the Hill Country, and surrounding areas, while 23% come from other parts of Texas.
We’re big enough to attract serious press attention-without sacrificing that intimate, relaxed concert-going experience.
Our Attendees: What You Need to Know.
They are diverse in age, but youthful._ Our attendees are mostly from the Baby Boomer and Gen-X generations. 80% are under age 54.
They have disposable income. 50% earn more than $75,000 per year, while 20% earn more than $50,000.
They are highly educated and tech-savvy. They are free-spirited, entrepreneurial, environmentally conscious, and unique-and they are drawn to companies that appeal to those qualities.
How to Sponsor
We offer a wide range of sponsorship packages for budgets of all sizes. And our packages come with some serious perks.
Depending on the option you purchase, you could get your company featured in all our advertising and recognized on stage; as many as 20 VIP passes for your employees and clients; and a signed guitar from one of our artists.
Those with smaller budgets can also participate-by buying an ad in our program. The program is printed in full color, and approximately 5,000 copies are distributed and promoted all weekend long. It’s a cost-efficient way to reach thousands of festival-goers-without breaking the bank.
For more information, please contact Johnny Harvey by filling out the form below.
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The Line Up
Thursday: Fred Eaglesmith, Della Mae, The Giving Tree Band, Lone Star Swing and Wood & Wire. Friday: The Del McCoury Band, Michael Franti, Son Volt, Justin Townes Earle, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Fred Eaglesmith, Terri Hendrix, Green Mountain Grass, Dirtfoot and Della Mae. Saturday: Leftover Salmon, Bob Schneider, Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out, Martin Sexton, The Gourds, The James Hunter Six, Jerry Douglas, The Reivers, The Dunwells, Peter Rowan’s Twang an’ Groove, Casey Driessen Singularity, Elephant Revival, Lake Street Dive, Kimberly Zielnicki featuring the Lost & Nameless Orchestra, and Rose’s Pawn Shop. Sunday: The Gourds, Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out, MilkDrive, Steve Poltz, and Elephant Revival
Subject to change
- 04 24 Thank you!
- 04 02 Phone Apps Ready!
- 03 25 Coffee vendor
- 03 21 Schedule Set for Old Settler's
- 01 12 Michael Franti, Bob Schneider and more at Old Settler's!