The Strawberry office will be closed for the season, starting on Monday, June 17th. We will continue to check messages regularly and respond to them as soon as possible. You can receive updates by joining our email list, and/or find the latest news, at strawberrymusic.com, including lineup announcements and promotions for Strawberry’s Spring 2020 Festival. You can also find us on Facebook and Instagram. Thank you for your support of the Strawberry Music Festival. We can hardly wait to see you in 2020!
WHAT TO EXPECT:
***Over 20 acts on the Main Stage***
***Plus many more performances at several additional stages***
***Friday and Saturday late night at Amy’s Orchid Lounge***
***Audience participation at the Band Scramble and The Breakfast Club***
***Workshop performances by Main Stage artists***
***The Sunday Morning Revival***
***Legendary camp jam culture***
***The Strawberry Way is kindness, cooperation, and consideration***
***Hog Ranch Radio is pirate broadcast of performances and important information***
***Music, movement, art, and nature workshop***
***Three full days of children’s activities and entertainment***
***Plus special programming for teen
***Shopping opportunities include original artisan’s wares, delicious cuisine in the Food Court, one of a kind festival merchandise, as well as instrument, accessory and repair***
***Magical musical moments***
***Family friendly, all inclusive atmosphere***
***Smiling, laughing, and fun!***
The Spring Festival is located at the Nevada County Fairgrounds, a beautiful park-like setting, on nearly 100 acres of conifer forest. The site is easy to get to, easy to get around with lots of great camping space, for groups of any size. Camping is made comfortable by gentle terrain and amenities including access to potable water, permanent restroom, shower facilities, and garbage/recycling service. Strawberry staff is available to help you find your spot and to make you feel welcome when you arrive. Dry camping with your vehicle is included in the price of the camping ticket, which means there are no additional fees to bring a trailer or RV.
For more information, please visit the General Information & FAQ page our website or call the office M-F, 9-5 at (209) 984-8630. To keep up on important information, lineup additions, sales, and to qualify for special promotions, sign up for Strawberry’s email list. Ticket prices and details can be found on the Ticket Information page of our website at or by calling the Strawberry office M-F, 9-5 at (209) 984-8630. View the Lineup page to see who’s already booked and stay tuned for many more artist announcements on the way.
Use the Hwy. 49 off ramp in Auburn. Proceed north on Hwy. 49 toward Grass Valley approximately 25 miles. In Grass Valley, take the first off ramp, McKnight Way. Turn left on Mcknight Way and proceed over the freeway, past the shopping center on the left. Turn right on Freeman Lane, past another shopping center on the left. Freeman Lane will turn into McCourtney Road at the second 4-way stop sign. Continue straight on McCourtney Road until the Nevada County Fairgrounds appears on the right, approximately 2 blocks. For Day only parking use gate 1 and Camping ticket holders proceed to gate 4.
Use the same directions as above, Hwy. 49 off ramp in Auburn, head north to Grass Valley. Or, for a scenic and mildly curvy shortcut, take the Hwy. 20 off ramp to Grass Valley, just after the Eagle Lakes Rd. off ramp on Hwy. 80. Travel time on Hwy. 20 is approximately one-half hour. Stay on the highway through Nevada City and Grass Valley. Do not get off the highway when Hwy. 20 takes off west towards Marysville. Stay on and the highway becomes Hwy.49. Take the McKnight Way off ramp and turn right on McKnight Way, traveling past the shopping center on the left. Turn right on Freeman Lane, past another shopping center on the left. Freeman Lane will turn into McCourtney Road at the second 4-way stop sign. Continue straight on McCourtney Road until the Nevada County Fairgrounds appears on the right, approximately 2 blocks. For Day only parking use gate 1 and Camping ticket holders proceed to gate 4.
Take the McCourtney Road/Fairgrounds exit off of Hwy. 20 just before actually entering Grass Valley. Turn right on McCourtney Road, until the Nevada County Fairgrounds appears on the right, approximately 1 block. For Day only parking use gate 1 and Camping ticket holders proceed to gate 4.