Many a times RV owners are left stranded for options when they want to enjoy the experience of witnessing a music festival but also want to camp in their RV. This list sure takes care of that problem!
Do you own an RV? Do you live for the joys of travelling and attending festivals around the world? If you answer in the affirmative, then you are in the right place! RV owners face a lot of hassle when it comes to festival rules and guidelines forbidding entry to the festival. While most music festivals aren’t structured for camping let alone RV camping, there are these fortune few that function otherwise. Check out the guide below:
1. Winnipeg Folk Festival
With ample camping space and a family friendly atmosphere, Winnipeg Folk Festival is one of the best places to be for a sublime outdoor experience! Taking place on July 7-10 at Birds Hill Provincial Park, Winnipeg, Manitobia, this festival should be on your bucket list!
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2. Have Rock Revival
Canada’s largest outdoor rock concert is the perfect weekend getaway if you love classic rock music and a vast 500 acre space open for all your camping leisure! And guess what? It is RV friendly too!
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3. Wild Mountain Music Festival
Open mountain ranges, blue streamlined skies and art, music, beer, games and a whole load of activities to keep you occupied! Wild Mountain Music Festival is as liberal as it gets with a location far from the din of everyday life. Open spaces provide for ideal camping spots. Find out more here.
4. Merritt Rockin’ River Fest
With the best of country musicians flying down to this Colombian riverside retreat, it is easy to see why Rockin’ River attracts so many fans during the summer. Camp and listen to some unfiltered, gnarly and soulful country music here!
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Dubbed Canada’s hottest rock festival, CannaFest Music Festival is a mighty show with the hottest classic rock acts! Tons of food, great music, ample camping space and a liberal outlook towards canna culture, makes CannaFest a hot favourite.
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6. Salmon Arm Roots and Blues Festival
From Blues to Bluegrass, Celtic to Cuban and Americana to Afro-beat, this festival embraces and features all kinds of music across five outdoor stages. Salmon Arm is a non profitable and charitable festival organisation. Also, the venue hosts a number of beer gardens with spectacular views of the stage.
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