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Ozark Stomp Music Festival held this past weekend

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Riverside at Hollyhaven is always a hot spot during the summertime and on Saturday it provided an even better way to beat the heat.

Located next to Shoal Creek people can stay cool in the water while listening to the 10 different bands taking the stage as part of the Ozark Stomp Music Festival.

Music started at 1:00 p.m. and went until around 2 a.m.  Some audience members even camped out in tents at the grounds overnight.

The headliner was the Ben Miller Band, who just got off tour with ZZ Top.

"This will be their first show after their tour from Europe so we're really excited about that," says Hagen Vogel, a manager of Riverside at Hollyhaven.

"It's a great mix of music, there's folk music, there's handmade music, it's homemade instruments, there's tons of stuff going on down here," says performer Derek Reed.

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