August 17-19, 2018 • Wellston, MI

Nestled in 150 acres of farmland surrounded by the Manistee National Forest, Hoxeyville Music Festival is a testament to pure north country peace and celebration.

women's red tent revival

The Red Tent Revival offers a place for females of all ages and stages. We teach workshops related to Women's health, provide a calm atmosphere to escape the chaos, and enjoy the company of our Sisters. One of our missions is to create networking opportunities, that females might find support in their local communities.  We serve herbal teas harvested by Bear Earth Herbals on a donation basis. In our tea area and vending booth, a coed space for the Divine Feminine and Masculine, learn from movement workshops, card reading, and drumming. We look forward to seeing you at Hoxeyville Music Festival. *located near the Kids' Tent


5pm- Guided Shakti Meditation with Luna Leslie

6pm- Lavender pouch making with Kelsey

7pm- Sacred Henna with Angela


11am- Yoga with Heidi

12:30- Connect with Your Inner Muse with Evelyne

2pm- Figure Drawing with Kelsey

4pm- Crown Making with Alexis

6pm- Rest & Rejuvenate with Katrie


11am- Yoga with Heidi

4:15pm- Herb Walk with Sierra

5:30pm- Herbs for Teens with Sierra


Kids' Tent activities

Hosted by Amalia, Jennifer and Deep Fried Pickle Project Jug Band!


12-12:30pm- Mindfulness Games with Sarah Montgomery-Richards

12:30-1pm- Buddhist prayer bracelets (malas) & Recycled Shakers & Binoculars

1-2pm- Dreamcatchers & Prayer Flags

2-6pm- Facepainting

2-3pm- Plants & Seeds: Flower Crowns & Grass-heads

3-4pm Insects & Spiders: Pollination Party & Bug Hunt & Butterfly & Spider Stick Puppets

4-5pm- Scales & Slime: Reptile Clips & Amphibian Slime

5-6pm- Feathers & Fur: Raptor Mobiles & MI Wildlife: Tracks & Scat ID

6-7pm-  Leathercraft Workshop- Make Your Own Bracelet

7-8pm- Kids Concert with Brotha James


10am-12pm- Arts and Crafts

12pm-Performance by Lisa Moaiery

12:30pm- Instrument Petting Zoo w/Lisa

1pm- Interactive Family Performance with brotha James

2pm- Pickle Project’s Alan Selvidge & Friends: Performance & Instrument Building Workshop - Build your instrument for the Parade on Sunday!

3pm- Arts and Crafts

4pm- Performance by Lisa Moaiery

4:30pm- Guitar Lessons w/Lisa

5pm-  Bollywood Dance Lessons

5:30pm- Mindfulness Mediation Games with Sarah


10:00am- Deep Fried Pickle Project Jug Band Performs

11am- Instrument Building Workshop and Parade Practice

12:15pm- PARADE thru the festival grounds with Deep Fried Pickle Project

1pm- Darcy Wilkin Performs

2pm- Song Writers Workshop w/Lisa

2:30pm- Lisa Moaiery Performs

3pm- Leather Workshop w/Amalia

4-6pm- Arts and Crafts


Amalia grew up attending festivals as the daughter of a handmade shoe vendor and has worked with kids' tents around the world since 2003. She has a Master of Science in ecological leadership and education, and a Bachelor’s in Environmental Studies with minors in marine science and anthropology.

Amalia has facilitated programming with children in 22 countries on five continents, enjoys wildlife and event photography, and recently published her first book: Michigan Wildlife, A Coloring Field Guide. Copies will be available onsite! She founded Nature Explorers International (NEI) with the mission to inspire excitement and curiosity for the environment through art, science, and outdoor experiences. Amalia currently runs summer day camp programs in Benzonia, Michigan, creates jewelry out of repurposed leather scraps, and teaches leathercraft workshops.

Nature Explorers International with Amalia














The entrance is 1/4 mile west of the intersection of M-37 and W 48 1/2 (Hoxeyville) Rd. We recommend that you do not use maps on Apple.