Sugarcube Productions’ multi-genre music and arts festival, Yonderville, is officially changing locations. Largely due to rapid growth since the event’s first inception in 2017, Yonderville is moving from its original home in Rixeyville, Virginia to Marvin’s Mountaintop in West Virginia, the former site of All Good Music Festival.
At this new location, Sugarcube hopes their festival’s following will continue to see the growth reflected in Yonderville’s last few years, from 400 attendees to approximately 1,000. Even more notable, Marvin’s Mountaintop has no noise ordinance — meaning expanded late-night and sunrise sets will fortunately abound.
With that in mind, as well as an improved event layout featuring increased car camping and themed campsites, live art displays, a projection-mapped dome, as well as pretty competitively priced tickets, Yonderville and its new location are starting to sound like a full send.