General Festival Info

First of all, THANK YOU for attending Wisconsin Bluegrass Bash! 

  • Gates to the festival grounds will open at 12:00pm on Thursday August 8th, 2024 and close on Sunday August 11th, 2024 at 2:00pm. 
  • Wisconsin Bluegrass Bash is an OUTDOOR event and will take place RAIN OR SHINE! Event staff along with local emergency services will provide the best available information in case of severe weather, or a weather emergency affecting the grounds.
  • Wisconsin Bluegrass Bash has security in well-marked SECURITY T-shirts on duty during the entire event. You’re Safe!
  • All talent advertised in promotional materials have confirmed their appearance. All acts and set times are subject to change. No refunds will be granted resulting from the failure of any act to perform.
  • Wristbands must be worn at all times. Wisconsin Bluegrass Bash and Funny Farm Productions Inc. are not responsible for forgotten, lost, stolen wristbands or tickets.
  • All sales are final. 

The following items are prohibited in the music festival bowl (where the main stage is located):

  • No instruments – unless otherwise advertised for a picking session or workshop
  • No weapons or firearms of any kind
  • No drones
  • No drugs and/or drug paraphernalia
  • No glass containers
  • No outside food/beverages
  • No coolers
  • No professional video or photography equipment without express permission from the event staff

If you have any questions please send inquiries to and we will be happy to help (but it might take us a couple days to get back to you, please be patient).

General Campground Information

  • Campsites are 20’x40’. One vehicle, and gear must fit within this area.  Additional vehicles will be required to park in the nearby day lot. 
  • Limit of 8 campers (guests) per site. Each person staying in the campground must have a festival pass. 
  • Campsites are first come first served. If camping with a large group, there is no guarantee that you will be able to camp together if you arrive separately.  Please try to arrive together if you plan on camping together. If your large group does not arrive together there is no guarantee you will all be able to camp together. With that said, talk to your neighbors if you are trying to save a spot for your crew.
  • Camping is considered “rustic”. No sites have power or water connections. The campground is fairly level, however you are encouraged to bring any blocks necessary for leveling any camper or RV units. When setting up your campsite, please be mindful of neighboring campsites.
  • Potable water, toilets, and shower facilities are available.
  • Small, contained campfires are allowed on the campground. Some fire rings are available at the site. Rings are available on a first-come first-serve basis. Firewood will be available for sale to benefit local non-profit organizations. See the campfire rules below for more info.
  • No cutting down trees on the grounds!! 


Campground Rules

These rules are for everyone’s safety and enjoyment, please abide so we can all have a good time!

  • DRIVE SLOW!!! There are campers all around, keep it to 5-7 MPH for everyone’s safety.
  • ABSOLUTELY NO FIREWORKS WHATSOEVER WILL BE ALLOWED ON THE Wisconsin Bluegrass Bash FESTIVAL GROUNDS!!! You and your entire party will be escorted off the property for ANY violation of this policy. 
  • Dogs are allowed but must be leashed at all times on the festival grounds. Please respect this policy so we can continue to allow pets at the festival.
    • Pick up after your pet!
  • Campfires Rules!   
    • Rule 1: Fires must be self-contained (i.e. in a fire ring, hollowed tire RIM, etc).
    • Rule 2: Keep your campfires ~10-feet from tents, campers, and vehicles
    • Rule 3: Only burn FIREWOOD!
    • Rule 4: Don’t burn anything that isn’t firewood!! 
    • Disclaimer: Campfires will only be permitted if there is no burn-ban issued by local authorities
  • Quiet hours are in effect from 3:00AM to 7:30AM. Any music playing devices and or generators must be turned off. If your campfire is still glowing, and no one from your site is near, festival staff will extinguish it for you. 
  • Please keep all campground jamming acoustic. Leave your PA systems at home so everyone can enjoy the live music of Wisconsin Bluegrass Bash.
  • All camping equipment must be removed from the grounds by Sunday August 11th, 2024 by 2:00PM. Any vehicle parked after this time may be towed at the owner’s expense. Please keep your parking pass visible in the windshield of your vehicle. Additional parking passes for campsites may be purchased at the main gate.

The following are prohibited on the campgrounds: (These are not allowed!!)

  • Weapons or firearms of any kind
  • Drones
  • Drugs and/or drug paraphernalia
  • Fireworks or any type of explosives
  • Kegs
  • Glass containers of any kind
  • Powered/Amplified sound equipment (please be respectful of your neighbors)
  • ATV’s, scooters, or personal motorized vehicles 

Note that all prohibited items will be confiscated at the point of entry into the music festival site!



The property owners and event staff of Wisconsin Bluegrass Bash care deeply about the natural beauty of Door county. We ask you to leave your campsite in the same (or better) condition as when you arrived. Garbage and recycling containers are located throughout the campground. Please take your garbage and recycling to the closest available receptacle. Feel free to notify staff if the containers near your site need to be emptied.


Single Day Pass Camping to Avoid Drinking & Driving

Wisconsin Bluegrass Bash does not condone drinking and driving in any capacity! We offer overnight camping with a one-day festival pass. One-night guests are welcome to stay one night in the day-parking lot. We ask that one night guests leave the Wisconsin Bluegrass Bash grounds by 10:00am.  If you have too much fun please be safe and just stay overnight!


Additional Festival and Campground Information (legal stuff)

  • Line-up and set times are subject to change. 
  • Wisconsin Bluegrass Bash is an all-ages show, however we do not encourage you to bring children under 12. Parental discretion is advised. All children attending are required to have a ticket. 
  • No scalping or reselling of tickets, or unauthorized sales of any kind are allowed. Every person staying in the campground must have a Wisconsin Bluegrass Bash festival pass.
  • A valid picture ID and age verification wristband is required to purchase and consume alcohol.
  • All people entering the Wisconsin Bluegrass Bash festival campgrounds do so at their own risk. No Liability is assumed by the promoter, owner, agents, managers, officers, sponsors, employees, volunteers, or any other individuals or entities associated with the event.
  • Though we have security on site, Wisconsin Bluegrass Bash is not responsible for any lost or stolen items. Please keep your property locked and properly secured. If you choose to lock valuables in your vehicle make sure they are out of sight. Wisconsin Bluegrass Bash not responsible for damage or theft to vehicles or vehicle contents. Any vehicle parked illegally may be towed at the owner’s expense. 
  • Wisconsin Bluegrass Bash is not responsible for your campsite, conduct, or the conduct of other persons within the campground. Wisconsin Bluegrass Bash is not responsible for any personal injury, or property damage. 
  • Everyone and everything (including vehicles) are subject to search at all entry points.
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