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The well-known celebration of all things country music is gearing up for its 37th year. The all-ages festival will be going on, rain or shine, Thursday, Aug. You can purchase tickets for each day or a three-day pass. Reserve a campsite to stay close to the action and if you want to be close to friends make sure you arrive together, there is no saving specific campsites ahead of time.
Bonus: Another campout country-fest can be found in Winsted on Aug. Winstock will be headlined by Sam Hunt and Luke Combs. Be quick, campsites are filling up fast. Paul — more details to come. You can tune in on their Facebook or reserve your spot in one of their upcoming CrowdCasts.
If you want to get in touch with nature as well as shake it up, Shangri-La might be for you. Camping is a big part of the festival, as is the effort to keep the event clean and green. Guidelines for cutting down on waste are posted on the event's website. One change this year is that you must be 18 or older to attend. Both events are all ages and free to the public, you can donate to the organization here. Pack your lawn chair and head over to Mayo Park in Rochester every Sunday starting July 11 for a free and unique musical experience.
If you're ready to rock — and camp — head to the Moondance Jam in Walker, Minn. Catch a refreshing breeze off the blue ish waters of Lake Superior while you enjoy over 20 performers at this celebration of the blues. The festival goes from Aug. For almost the entire month of July this festival takes shape as a series of concerts, performances and lectures at several venues around the Iron Range. Tickets can be purchased online or in person. The lineup features international artists as well as award-winning young artists. It'll be horns galore at this July 31 festival in Northfield.
Bring your dancing shoes since many of the bands will be serving up jazz and swing as well as big band. The event is free with the option to donate. Bring on the brass! Featuring High 48's, Sam Bush Band, Sideline and more, tickets are on sale now and ages 12 and under get in for free.
If you have your own banjo, fiddle, bass, guitar or mandolin bring it with and learn something new at the workshops being held during the festival — or just in case someone nearby wants to in on an impromptu jam. Bonus: If you want more activity with your festival, float on down to the banks of Prairie Island Campground for the Boats and Bluegrass Festival Sept.
As the name implies, there will be boats! The lineup has yet to be announced but tickets are on sale now — 16 and under can attend for free. This fest has a heavy focus on fun and keeping the area clean after the fans leave. Make sure you read the rules before you g o. Get your single or multi-day tickets for this bluegrass jam taking place Aug. Godflow is a youth rally and Christian hip-hop festival taking place in Minneapolis on Sept. In addition to a huge line up of artists there will also be a 3-on-3 basketball tournament.
Laugh and dance! This festival happening Sept. Pick tickets for a half day of comedy, half day of musical performances, a full day of both or the whole two-day event. Alongside the performances — which include shows by Jamecia Bennett and Annie Mack — there will be a free marketplace. Attendees can bring non-perishable food items to donate. Get ready to jam at this festival Sept. This show brings a variety of great artists together with Trampled by Turtles headlining Friday and Yonder Mountain String Band closing out the fest Saturday night.
Bring your own chair, and possibly an umbrella because this show is rain or shine! Charles Iowa, Aug. Correction: July 9, : A version of this report listed an incorrect location for the Minnesota Bluegrass Festival. The story has been updated. You make MPR News possible. Individual donations are behind the clarity in coverage from our reporters across the state, stories that connect us, and conversations that provide perspectives.
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Gettin' the bands back together: Your guide to music fests around Minnesota