Old Settler’s Music Festival isn’t your typical music festival. Held April 11-14 right outside Lockhart, Texas (the BBQ Capital of the World), the festival’s laid-back, chill vibe draws three generations to its spacious, 145-acre site of rolling meadows and shady areas.

The 32-year-old, four-day camping affair features Grammy-winning Americana music: country, bluegrass, folk, blues and more. It’s a small, intimate fest – you’re never far away from the artists at any of the four stages. Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit perform a special acoustic set on Friday (April 12), while Brandi Carlile headlines Saturday night (April 13).

Old Settler's Music Festival is very family friendly, with lots of kids’ activities, performance workshops, late-night acoustic shows and a youth talent competition. Vendors will be offering artisan goods, tantalizing food and a selection of craft brews. Kids 12 and under get in free, and special teen packages are also available.

Don't own a tent? Skip the setup and tear-down with a hassle-free luxury tent rental. Onsite "glamping" packages come with a concierge to get you settled in.

Want even more perks? Go Platinum! Get the ultimate experience: Take advantage of air-conditioned comfort stations, complimentary snacks and beverages, festival keepsakes, and an exclusive viewing area. Hang backstage and party like a rockstar!

For tickets, go here.

Brought to you in partnership with Old Settler's Music Festival.