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Stone River Music Festsival

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Event# 405-258-0388

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The annual Stone River Music Festival will be held on private land prepared and donated for this event. This beautiful setting, located 3 miles North of the picturesque town of Chandler, will be the backdrop for an entire weekend of grassroots music showcasing Oklahoma bands and musicians. Free primitive camping.

Directions: At the Chandler on I-44 Exit go 2.5 miles North on Hwy 18 to 870 Road, then go .3 miles West to the festival site.
(Look for signs on Hwy 18)

Stone River Music Festsival

Address : 343188 E 870 road, Chandler, OK 74834 Chandler OK
Phone : 405-258-0388   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : vickijo0388@yahoo.com

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Admission Fee : $20-25; $35 Weekend pass

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