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Mother Earth Music Festival | Mount Dora, FL

Mother Earth Music Festival | Mount Dora, FL

The Mother Earth Music Festival was this weekend at Renninger's Flea Market, in Mount Dora. It was three days of music, art, camping, and celebrating mother earth. 

Huge thanks to Mount Dora's own David Oliver Willis for inviting us out and helping to organize the event. 

Even the cowboy from Ole Dixie Boiled Peanuts started to feel the groove after a while...

The festival featured vendors, artists, and food trucks. 

...and of course lots of great local music! Hazardous Folk got Saturday started on the Earth Stage with their all-original set of blues-inspired American folk style.  

Cosmic Groove Ensemble turned things a little funkadelic next, on the Magic Hat Brewing Company stage. Their name says it all...they laid down a cosmic groove that had everyone dancing. 

And the Legacy Orchestra Collective blew us away with a great set on the Earth Stage in the afternoon. (Check out our Instagram for a video clip of their cover of the Commodores "Brick House".) 


Part of the Legacy Orchestra Collective set featured other big names from the line-up, including Evan Taylor Jones and David Oliver Willis.

The day would not have been complete without a cold brew...big thanks to Magic Hat Brewing Company for the refreshments, and sponsoring the event! 


...this might just be my favorite shot of the day. 


Want to see more from the Mother Earth Music and Arts Festival?

Check out our Instagram, or search #MEMF2016.

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