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A Perfect Mess 2019 Northeast US Festival Guide - Continuously Updating!


Festival dates are slowly stacking up solid on the web and A Perfect Mess is here to keep them neatly in one place for you! As we get word of dates and information, we will keep this list running and updated.

If YOU have dates, please send them over to us so we can keep the list updated and growing. Have a new festival? Want it listed? Want it promoted? Send us the info! Do you want your festival covered by the folks at A Perfect Mess? We can be there! Send us the info!

Scroll down past these sillies for the most current list:



2019 Festival Season Cheat Sheet   Sorted by date  - Northeast     

March 22 - March 23
The Finger Lakes Thaw
Ithaca, NY
fingerlakesthaw.com
Multi-Venue, Music

April 25 - April 28
Some Kind of Jam
Schuylkill Haven, PA
www.jibberjazz.com
Music, Camping, Workshops

May 16 - May 19
Froggy Daze Music Festival
Narrowsburg, NY
www.peacepadproductions.com
Music, Camping

May 16 - May 18
Camp Jam In the Pines
Hammonton, NJ
www.cjinthep.com
Music, Camping             

May 24 – May 27
Elements Music and Arts Festival
Lakewood, PA
www.elementsfest.us
Music, Art, Camping

May 24 - May 27
Strange Creek Campout
Greenfield, MA
www.strangecreekcampout.com
Music, Camping

May 30 - June 2
Branch Fest Music and Arts Festival
Newport, ME
https://branchfest.com/
Music, Camping, Art

May 31 – June 2
Crawfish Fest
Augusta, NJ
Food, Music, Camping

June 6 – June 9
Disc Jam Music and Arts Festival
Stephentown, NY
Music, Disc Golf, Art, Food, Camping

June 13 – June 15
BeardFest
Hammonton, NJ                
Music, Art, Camping

June 13 - June 16
Mountain Jam
Bethel, NY
www.mountainjam.com
Music, Camping

July 4 - July 6
moe.down
Turin, NY
www.moe.org/festival/
Music, Art, Camping,

July 4 - July 7
Yonderville Music and Arts Festival
Remington, VA
www.yondervillemusicfestival.com
Music, Art, Camping

July 12 - July 14
Levitate Music and Arts Festival
Marshfield, MA
www.levitatemusicfestival.com
Music, Art, Food, 

July 25 – July 26
Peach Music Festival
Montage Mountain, PA
Music, Camping, Food

July 25 - July 28
3rd Annual Organic Smiles Music Fest
Voluntown, CT
www.organicsmilesmusicfest.com
Music, Camping

July 26 - July 28
Newport Folk Festival
Newport, RI
www.newportfolk.org
Music, Food

July 26 - July 27
Tumble Down
Burlington, VT
highergroundmusic.com
Music

August 5 - August 9
Roots Rock Revival 2019
Big Indian, NY
www.rootsrockrevival.com
Music, Workshops, Lodging

August 8 - August 11
3rd Annual Organic Smiles Music Fest
Newport, ME
organicsmilesmusicfest.com
Music

August 9 - August 11
Mazzstock Music Festival
Marlboro, NY
www.mazzstock.com
Music, Camping

August 9 - August 11
North Country River Jam
Champlain, NY
INFO LINK
Music, Camping, Veteran Support Event

August 16 - August 18
Woodstock 50th Anniversary (Michael Lang)
Watkins Glen, NY
(no website yet - coming soon)
Music...

August 16 - 18
Bethel Woods Music and Cultural Festival
Bethel, NY
BethelWoodsCenter.org
Music...

August 22 - August 25
LOCKN'
Arrington, VA
www.locknfestival.com
Music, Camping, Food

August 22 - August 24
Night Lights Music Festival
Sherman, NY
www.nightlightsfest.com
Music, Camping, Art

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