The smell of crisp mountain air is on the horizon during the second year of Montana’s newest music and camping festival. Come enjoy two days of bluegrass, reggae, and jam on two stunning stages tucked away deep within the forests of beautiful Haugan, MT. Featuring artists and musicians from around the northwest, this will surely be a weekend to remember.
Q: Can I volunteer?
A: Of course! Contact Nate if you’re interested, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: Are there vendors?
A: Yup. There will be multiple food trucks on site as well as glass blowers and other artists. If you’re interested in vending, contact BFKbookings@gmail.com.
Q: Will alcohol be served/ Can I bring my own?
A: For those ages 21 and older, we will have a diverse array of beer, wine, and liquor available inside the venue. Outside alcohol will only be allowed in the camping area. However, glass bottles will not be allowed anywhere on site.
Q: Can we bring our dogs?
A: Actually yes!! Unlike most festivals, the pooch can come! As long as… they are well taken care of, they remain on a leash, and you clean up after them.
Q: Will it be kid friendly?
A: Yes! Kids 13 and younger accompanied by a parent will get in for free!
Q: Are camping spots reserved? Can I meet up with my Friends?
A: The campground will be open camping so even if you arrive at a different time than the rest of your crew, you’ll be able to camp together!! $10 per car, so be sure to carpool.
Q: Is there RV camping?
A: There is plenty of space to park your RV for just $10 per vehicle.
Q: Will there be re-entry into the campground?
A: Yes, once you pay the camp fee you can come and go as you please.
Q: Can I build a campfire?
A: All private campfires will be prohibited. However, wildfire conditions permitting, we will have communal late night bonfires!!
Q: Can I use a stove to cook?
A: Propane stoves will be allowed in the camping area, charcoal will not.
Q: Can I bring my instrument?
A: Oya!! Banjos, guitars, banjitars, drums, kazoos, and all other instruments are encouraged!!
Q: I’m too cool to camp, are there any hotels nearby?
A: The Silver Dollar Inn is a short walk from the venue. Rooms fill up fast that time of year so if you intend to stay, make sure you book soon. The Black Diamond Guest Camp and the Mangold’s Motel are located within 5 miles of the venue. There are also a number of hotels in St Regis and Superior, which are 15 miles and 30 miles away respectively.
Q: Will credit cards be accepted?
A: Unfortunately we will not be accepting credit cards at the gate, the bar, or at vendors.
Q: Will there be an ATM on site?
A: Yes. For your convenience there will be an ATM machine. However, it will not be located at the campground entrance, so please bring enough cash to cover your ticket and camping. ATM also available as the Silver Express and Silver $.
Q: Is there cell phone service at the venue?
A: Verizon is the only company to have service in Haugan. Sorry AT&T customers.
Q: Is there anything to do around Haugan before the music starts?
A: Sure! The St. Regis River flows through, so there is swimming and fishing opportunities. Also for those looking to get their sweat on, the Haugan mountain trail is great for hiking and mountain biking. The historic Savanac tree nursery is also just a short walk from the venue.
Q: Where can I get breakfast and bloody’s?
A: The 50,000 Silver Dollar Bar is a short walk. They have a full bar and restaurant, as well as the largest gift shop in the state!
Q: Where can I get coffee, ice, cigarettes, beer, papers, rubbers… etc?
A: The Silver Express convenience store is nearby as well! They have a decent selection of off sale beer, as well as all your other convenience needs. There also is an attached bar with friendly staff and fair prices on off sale liquor!!
Q: What if I dance too hard and break a nail?
A: No worries! The west end volunteer fire department will be on site for all your first aid needs. And I heard Dick is great with nails!