23rd Podunk Bluegrass Music Festival
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Children 15 and under are free with an adult. The Podunk Bluegrass Music Festival will have a new home for 2019 and beyond at the Goshen Fairgrounds located in the picturesque Litchfield Hills of Northwestern Connecticut. This four day festival is a great family event with plenty of music and fun for all. Our 23rd year will be no different as we will bring the best of Bluegrass to the stage on the second weekend of August. We will again have a Showcase stage presenting the best of talent from Connecticut and surrounding region as well as Friday and Saturday night dances, along with our Workshop, and Main Stages. There is plenty to do at the festival with free workshops, food and craft vendors, kids activities, Kids Academy, and plenty of jamming.
Directions to 116 Old Middle Street, Goshen CT:
Take I-84 WestTake Exit 39, Turn left onto Route 4 in Farmington CTFollow Route 4 to Route 118 in Harwinton CT (Note, Route 4 takes a right turn at this intersection, you will be going straight to go on Route 118)In Litchfield CT turn slight left onto Route 202 West (Note, you are only on Route 202 for 1 tenth of a mile)Turn right onto Route 63 North and follow for 5.4 miles to the Fairgrounds on the LEFT
From New Haven
Take Route 63 NorthTurn Left onto Route 67Merge onto CT-8 NorthTake Exit 38 in Thomaston CTTurn Left at the end of the exit and follow 1 mileTurn Left onto Route 254 NorthTurn Left onto Route 118In Litchfield CT turn slight left onto Route 202 West (Note, you are only on Route 202 for 1 tenth of a mile)Turn right onto Route 63 North and follow for 5.4 miles to the Fairgrounds on the LEFT
From New London
Take 1-95 South towards New HavenTake Exit 69 onto Route 9 NorthTake Exit 28 onto Route 72 West (continue to follow Route 72 after it no longer becomes a highway)Turn Left onto Route 6 in TerryvilleTurn Right onto Route 254 NorthTurn Left onto Route 118In Litchfield CT turn slight left onto Route 202 West (Note, you are only on Route 202 for 1 tenth of a mile)Turn right onto Route 63 North and follow for 5.4 miles to the Fairgrounds on the LEFT
When are campers allowed to enter?
Camping Gates open at 1:00 pm on Wednesday.Camping Gates close nightly at 10:00 pm and reopen daily at 8:00 am.
When do the day gates open?
Day Gate Thursday opens at 12:00 noon.Day Gates Friday, Saturday and Sunday open at 9:00 am. Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
It is helpful to have an ID should questions arise at the ticket gate. Children 15 and under are free of charge with an adult. What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is ample parking on the grounds. If you need assistance to get from the parking lot to the concert area please ask one of our volunteers or staff members for assistance.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
Coolers are allowed into the festival but why bother when we have some great food vendors?
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
You may call (860)506-5747 with any questions or by email at email@example.com
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes you may update and transfer the ticket to someone else.
Can I update my registration information?
Yes you can just go to the ticket site and follow directions. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes you should bring your ticket as it will speed up your entry into the festival
What is the refund policy?
There are no refunds
Do you sell tickets for one day?
Yes you may purchase individual tickets at any time. Is there a dump station?
No dump stations located on the grounds. But there will be pumpouts available for a fee. Check at Festival Headquarters for details. Are fires allowed?
Absolutely no fires other than charcoal grills for cooking are allowed on the grounds per the Fire Marshal..