Camping is the best way to get the full Briggs Farm Blues Festival experience!
Open Camping on our cozy farm never fills up and is always a great time! Spots are first come, first serve... but there is always room for your tent, pop-up, or RV.
Anyone entering the camping area must wear a camping wristband. Camping price is per person.
Children 12 and under are FREE to camp with an adult.
Your music pass is included in the Camping Ticket.
Campsites are first-come, first-served with the exception of PREMIUM RESERVE & REGULAR RESERVE sites (see below).You may choose to set up camp in the woods or in the open field close to concert grounds. There are NO hookups for campers. There is space available for campers of all sizes and roads leading to sites can accommodate all size RVs. If you need to come and go during the weekend, we ask that you park in the lot and not at your campsite. There is an exit road from the campground that allows for better traffic-flow in and out of the festival. If you need a handicap-accessible site, please contact us as soon as possible as space is limited.
If you'd rather not wait in line and find a spot in our Open Camping areas when you get to Briggs Farm, we offer the option to reserve a 20x50 spot in one of our Reserve Camping sections. Reserve Campsites are limited. Click here for more details.
Camp gates will open at 11am on Thursday, July 7th.
All campers need to be off the camping grounds by 1pm on Sunday, July 11th.
We supply porta potties, sinks for washing hands, potable water, and free showers! Private Porta Potties are available to purchase. Breakfast is offered daily by one of our food vendors.
NO glass bottles. Please use our recycling cans for your aluminum. Waste removal option is available for RVs in our Reserve Camping sections. (Nearest is the Pilot truck stop off I-80 Conyngham exit)
Security and EMS are on-site throughout the entire festival.
Fires are allowed weather permitting. We ask that there be no open fires during concert times. Please don’t leave fires unattended.
WHAT TO BRING?
Get your camping gear together: campers, tents, sleeping bags, pillows, the grill and charcoal…all the standard camping gear! The days can get hot and the nights can be quite cool. Be prepared for a variety of temperatures and conditions. Bring a hat, sunscreen, and bug spray. And be sure to bring your camera to capture all the fun! Outside food and drink are permitted in the concert grounds.
NO GLASS BOTTLES/CONTAINERS.
You may bring lawn chairs and blankets into the concert area. No chairs may be set up in the audience field until Friday at noon.
WHAT NOT TO BRING?
NO GLASS BOTTLES/CONTAINERS
NO RECREATIONAL SCOOTERS OR GOLF CARTS
NO WEAPONS OR FIREARMS
NO SKY LANTERNS