Prairie Burn Music Festival

Prairie Burn Music Festival
The YMCA of the Greater Twin Cities, a leading nonprofit dedicated to strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, is thrilled to co-host the third annual Prairie Burn Music Festival with the Royal Credit Union Foundation on September 16 at Camp St. Croix in Hudson, Wisconsin.
This one-of-a-kind event will feature music on three stages, camping hosted by REI, and activities for all ages and interests, including counselor-led camp games, rides on a giant swing and hayride tractor, access to the archery range and climbing tower, and an option to join in clogging, hula and swing dance lessons.

This year’s musical lineup includes Cloud Cult, Koo Koo Kanga Roo, The Honeydogs, The Ericksons, The Bootlicker Stringband, Afton, Wailing Loons, Hamdog, Dusty Heart, Prairie Fire Lady Choir, Julia Floberg & Company, Ruben, The Hawthorn Collection and special programming from 89.3 The Current. A variety of food trucks will join the festivities, and Rush River Brewing will create and present several custom brews.

The event proceeds will help YMCA day and overnight camps to provide financial assistance so every kid has the opportunity to explore nature, find new talents, try new activities, gain independence, and make lasting friendships and memories at camp.

Tickets: Tickets available online at Adult Early Bird tickets are only through April 22 with advanced tickets available thereafter. Two kids 15 and under enter free with adults. Individuals can attend the Prairie Burn Music Festival for free when they volunteer at the event. More details will be available soon at or on Facebook.  

Camping: Early Bird camping will be available for per adult through April 22, rising to thereafter. Kids camp for . Camping includes admission to the event and an Eat For Equity hosted breakfast. Group camping options are also available. Visit the website for full camping details.

at Camp St. Croix
532 County Rd F
Hudson, United States

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