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Tickets on sale for the Wild Waters Music Fest to benefit the Boundary Waters

Jun 13, 2019 06:26AM ● By Editor

From Boreal Community Media - June 13, 2019


The music festival will be held on Friday, August 16 at Bayfront Park in Duluth to benefit Save the Boundary Waters.

To learn more about all the performers at the event, follow this link.  https://www.savetheboundarywaters.org/wildwaters

Artist line-up and schedule:

3:30 PM   Doors Open

4:30 PM  War Bonnet

5:05 PM  The Lioness

5:40 PM  deM atlaS

6:15 PM  jeremy messersmith 

7:05 PM  Low 

8:00 PM  Cloud Cult

8:40 PM  DJ Keezy 

8:55 PM  Doomtree

9:55 PM  Atmosphere

All times subject to change pending weather and/or delays.

Frequently Asked Questions About the Event
Where should I stay?

Visit Duluth is a great resource for all of your lodging needs in and around Duluth.

Wild Waters Music Fest does not offer camping at this time.

What happens if it rains?

Wild Waters Music Fest is a rain or shine event.

When and where is it held?

August 16th, 3:30 PM - 11:00 PM

Bayfront Festival Park, 350 Harbor Dr, Duluth, MN 55802

What’s the kid's policy?

Children 5 and under are free. Children must be supervised by their parent or guardian at all times.

What should I bring?
  • Sunscreen

  • Hats

  • Sunglasses

  • Non-professional film and digital cameras 

  • One factory sealed or empty water bottle

  • Valid Driver’s License for will-call and/or to drink alcohol 

  • Comfortable footwear

The following items are prohibited:

  • Personal containers of alcohol, juice, coffee, tea or soda

  • Weapons of any kind

  • Backpacks and large bags (small bags and purses will be subject to security checks)

  • Cigarettes and e-cigarettes

  • Professional cameras & recording devices (no SLR/DSLR or cameras with detachable lenses)

  • Illegal substances 

  • Squirt guns, misters, spray bottles, etc.

  • Laser pens and similar focused-light devices

  • Pets

  • Bicycles, scooters, personal motorized vehicles 

  • Musical instruments

  • Sleeping bags (no overnight camping or sleepovers on the grounds)

  • Umbrellas

  • Totem poles or flag sticks

  • Fake IDs

Can I bring in blankets and/or chairs?

You may bring your own chair and/or blanket for sitting (subject to search at security). 

Can I bring food?

Outside food or beverages are not allowed. Food and beverage concessions will be available inside of the park and be provided by an assortment of local food trucks, restaurants and breweries. 

Is smoking allowed?

No smoking is allowed at Bayfront Festival Park or in the parking areas.

Are the grounds accessible to people with disabilities?

Yes. There is ADA access throughout the grounds, conditions may vary due to weather. 

Any tips on preparation to attend Wild Waters Music Fest?
  • Sunglasses

  • Wear lots of sunscreen and bug spray 

  • Bring a hat

  • Wear comfy shoes

  • Stay hydrated! Drink water before you get to the event and enjoy the beverage offers of the vendors at the festival

Will there be ATMs available?

Yes. Most vendors will also accept credit cards.

Is tailgating allowed?

No. Tailgating is not allowed in any of the parking lots or inside the park.

Can I come and go as I please?

Unfortunately, there is no re-admittance after entry.

How can I apply for press credentials?

Email Danielle Zucchini(link sends e-mail) at Live Nation with your full request.

How can my company become a sponsor?

If your company would like to be a festival sponsor, please email Ingrid Lyons with Save the Boundary Waters with as much info as possible on your company, as well as your contact info.

What happens if the event is cancelled?

In the event Wild Waters Music Fest is cancelled, ticket holders will be notified of cancellation and refund policy. Artist lineup is subject to change, including in the event of weather.

How can I get involved with Save the Boundary Waters?

Visit www.savetheboundarywaters.org to learn about the many ways you can help protect the BWCA.


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