2021 Micro-Festival, in Person!
This is the page you will come to for information about our 2021 Micro-Festival. Here is what to know so far:
JULY 2021 Update: As the state has continued to open up and cases of Covid-19 go down, we have expanded our offerings. The Microfestival will now involve:
–Larger size crowd allowed for attendance (the festival will still not be the same size, but will feel ‘crowded’ if this is an issue for you as a ticket buyer, please contact us).
–Full Main Stage set up with 12 hours of music each day
–Food Vendors (fewer) and a handful of craft vendors.
–Beer tent with late night jamming three nights
**it will not include: barn dances, same # of vendors, same #of kids activities or kids music program, or side stages like Stage TOO!
–You can now purchase a full ticket for $100 OR a day ticket for $30 (evening only) to $50 (full day), all tickets include free camping (hookups for RVs $25/night extra).
- As of right now, all attendees must purchase or register for a ticket ahead of time, even children, so that we have an accurate head count. Because of this, tickets will be on sale ONLINE through the dates of the festival. Unless you pre-reserved your RV site, RV sites are now first come first serve.
Food vendors will include:
The Farmers Belly (breakfast, lunch, dinner, local faire)
Dirty Gerty’s Steak Tip Dinners
The Masons (breakfast, plus burgers, fries, wraps etc)
Melissa Reindhart–(paninis, tacos, etc)
Val Green’s Ice Cream
- For some time now the state of Maine has no longer required masks in indoor or outdoor settings, or negative tests or quarantine upon entering the state. We ask that everyone is respectful of the boundaries of others at this festival, but we will not be asking anyone to wear a mask in outdoor settings or set their chairs 6′ apart. We will still ask that you wear a mask if you are unvaccinated in indoor settings (bathrooms, office). Please email us if you bought a ticket, and are now concerned about the volume of people at this event. It will be smaller than it has been in the past, but will still have over 1,000 attendees gathered in one place. It will ‘feel crowded’. We have lifted capacity restrictions and are not requiring masks or distancing, only after waiting a very long time to watch how Covid-19 is doing in Maine, and feeling very confident based on vaccination rates in New England, as well as case rates. We do believe that we will be able to pull off a safe event, and we ask that anyone who is sick in anyway, but especially presenting symptoms of cough, fever, shortness of breath, or loss of sense of smell, sore throat, or other similar respiratory symptoms, to not attend the festival. There will be 24/hour first aid available at the front gate.