RIVERROOTS REVIVAL 2023
A free family friendly daytime folk festival featuring music, food, kids activities and arts and crafts vendors. Free during the day and open to the public.
STAY FOR THE REVIVAL FINALE FEATURING LILLY HIATT AND PALEFACE
The Kindred Folk Society is pleased to present “RiverRoots Revival” on Saturday, June 3, 2023.
The daylong event will begin at noon and include two musical performance stages, a kids’ activity area, food trucks, and other vendors. All but the headlining act, Nashville singer/songwriter Lilly Hiatt, will be presented to the community free-of-charge.
A section of Mulberry Street, between Main and Third Streets will be closed with an outdoor stage located at the south end. Red Bicycle Hall will host an indoor stage, including the ticketed finale.
Several more musical acts will be announced in the coming days! Stay tuned!
Incorporated as a nonprofit to support the RiverRoots Music & Folk Arts Festival, the
Kindred Folk Society has continued to provide arts, education, and cultural opportunities,
primarily music performances, in and around Madison since the mother festival was
discontinued in 2019.
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AWESOME MUSIC ALONGSIDE THE BEAUTIFUL OHIO RIVER
RiverRoots Music Festival is now in its 15th year of bringing quality Americana and roots music to Madison.
Camping & Lodging & Pop-Up Tents
Camping at the Festival
As in years past we will be offering a limited number of camp sites in Fireman's Park, which is just a couple short blocks from the festival venue. Cost is just $10 per person/per night. You can reserve campsites when you buy your Festival tickets.
Madison also has extensive year-round camping options:
Madison City Campground: This is actually on the river in the city, about a half-mile from the festival venue. Walking distance! Great sites, but there only 34 available. Book soon!
Clifty Falls State Park: The oldest park in the state of Indiana is only about 2 miles from the festival venue. Beautiful waterfalls and hiking. Extensive camping and RV sites available.
Lodging in Madison
Madison has a number of great lodging options, but as with any busy festival weekend, they do tend to fill up. If you want a hotel room or a guest suite at one of our many B&Bs, you should book early. Go to the Visit Madison website for a complete listing.
Pop-Up Tents at the Festival
($20 per day -- Pay at the gate)
You may bring your 10x10 pop-up (E-Z Up) to the festival and set up at the back of the venue behind the Balcony Row tents. It's a great way to have a little protection from the sun or rain showers, between bands or when you just want to take a break from the action. Keep in mind, viewing of the stage may be limited or completely blocked by the Balcony Row tents. It might be good to bring extra chairs to set up farther forward in the viewing area to watch the music.