Montgomery Music and Mudbug Festival

Lara DeHavenCommunity Events, Lake Conroe, Montgomery County, music festival

Montgomery Music and Mudbug Festival

Spring is a busy season. It is a time full of gardening and yard work. People celebrate holidays like Easter and Passover. Spring is also a popular time for festivals in Texas. For instance, the Montgomery Music and Mudbug Festival is coming up and I want to make sure that you know all the important information.

When and Where

The Montgomery Music and Mudbug Festival will be Saturday, March 27th beginning at 1 p.m. It will take place at 20400 Eva Street in Montgomery, which is near Ransom’s Steakhouse.


Since music comes before mudbugs in the name of the festival, let’s discuss the entertainment first. There are some big names coming to Montgomery, TX. Neal McCoy, Scooter Brown Band, and Jason Cassidy will be performing. Other performers are: Honeybrowne, Jody Booth, Heather Rayleen, Jesse Roach Band, and Cannon Brand. These singers and band will be entertaining the crowds all day from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m.

In addition to music, children will be delighted to see the cast of “Cars” the movie, play in a bounce house, and get their faces painted. Therefore the Montgomery Music and Mudbug Festival offers fun and enjoyment for all ages.


What would a festival be without food? As the name states, expect mudbugs galore. Crawfish will be available as well as other delicious fare from food trucks.


There are many different kinds of tickets available. The best tickets are the Platinum VIP ones. Unfortunately, they are already sold out. However, you can still buy VIP tickets, which include a free food buffet and access to the front of the stage. Additionally, you can purchase general admission tickets. Save money by purchasing them in advance. Click here to learn more about the festival and purchase your tickets.

Come out to enjoy live music and get your fill of crawfish on Saturday, March 27th. The Montgomery Music and Mudbug Festival puts on quite a show. Live music, food, and fun are just more reasons to love the Lake Conroe/Montgomery community.