Wild Woods Music & Arts Fest 2017: Croydon, NH

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This coming weekend, August 11th-13th the 4th annual Wild Woods Music & Arts Festival will be taking place at Page Farm in Croydon, NH. This year’s line-up is providing an amazing array of music, of 30 acts on 3 different stages, from Kung Fu, Cabinet, Papadosio, Emancipator, one of Burlington’s favorite local bands, Revibe – to Roots of Creation, The Edd, Lespecial, Hayley Jane & The Primates, and so many more

Daily workshops, classes, flow performances by the WW Flow Troupe & The What Collective, as well as live painting and art galleries, will be some of the highlights of the weekend in addition to the excellent music line-up. This weekend of music and art is sure to be a memorable one as Wild Wood’s has year after year, not ceased to please with an amazingly vast and diverse band selection, not to mention the incredibly majestic forest & farm venue. Check out the schedule below for set times – and as the saying goes, see you in the Woods!

Festival rules directly from Wild Woods Management:

Respect yourselves and others around you
Leave the grounds and your camping area the way you found them- this is a leave no trace event!
All vehicles are subject to search upon entry to the festival grounds
All attendees are required to keep their festival wristband on at all times during the event

Most importantly:
No glass bottles
No weapons or sharp objects
No illegal drugs/ nitrous/ snozzberries
No fireworks/ Chinese lanterns (we will find you!)
No amplified music in the campground areas
No personal camp fires
*No dogs – there are farm animals present that react poorly to dogs and we PLEASE ask you to respect his rule. If your dog is a TRUE service animal with appropriate documentation provided, we will make an exception. Please do not abuse this if your dog’s attendance is not 100% necessary; it is not fair to true service animals or their owners. Seriously, NO DOGS. We love our furry companions but we will be turning away those that disregard this rule; please don’t make us!

 

 

 

 

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