CAT 4:15 Farm Fest Coming to Ponca City for Two Day Festival

Beverly Cantrell - March 11, 2022 12:35 pm

Ponca City, Lew Wentz Campground-

CAT 4:15 Farm Fest, hosted by Veteran owned Castio Farms, will be held on April 16th and 17th at the Lew Wentz Campground, 688 L.A Cann Drive at Lake Ponca in Ponca City. Enjoy this two-day festival with fun activities, competitions, games, educational classes, camping, networking, entertainment, lots of vendors and more.

Guest speakers include Nancy Wallace, Dr. Elaine Ingram from “Soil Food Web School”, Dr. Mora Gordan, Black Dog LED, Ron Durbin, Theresa Teran and the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Association.

Musical performances from the Jason Young Band, American Idol winner Lee Dewyze, Chris Webby, Topher & The Marine Rapper, Kid Lennon, Rob Marley, Epidemic Outrage and many more artists are part of the experience at Farm Fest.

Activities include a golf tournament, disc golf, a growing competition, a pet show, a fashion show, a growers swap meet and much more.

Certified childcare and kids activities are available.

While the event is a fun and educational festival, it also honors veterans and our country. It’s a chance for folks to come together from all walks of life.

General admission from 10 am to 5 pm is free each day. Evening passes from 5 pm to 10 pm are $20 per day. Vip passes from 10 am to 10 pm are $45 a day. VIP weekend passes are $80 for both days. VIP tickets include full access to the event and dinner.

Don’t miss this fun event. Tickets can be purchased now at


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