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Tickets

Full Lineup Announced

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Full Weekend Schedule:

Friday Main Stage

1:00 Jeremy Facknitz

2:00 Strawberry Runners

3:20 Matt Flinner Trio

5:00 Jeff Austin Band

7:45  Fruit Bats

Late Night Friday – Leopard & the Vine Read more

Location

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 Open year-round, located just North of Colorado Springs and minutes from I-25, La Foret boasts an oasis of inspiring scenery in a peaceful, private setting. Imagine waking up to a stunning view of Pikes Peak and the rugged Rocky Mountains!
 La Foret Conference and Retreat Center
6145 Shoup Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80908
Phone: (719) 495-2743
laforet.org

Map to LaForet

Volunteer at MeadowGrass 2016!

 VolunteerPageBannerVolunteers keep the festival going! MeadowGrass would not be possible without the help of dedicated folks working at the front gate, parking, camping, guest services and more. Shifts may begin as early as 7 a.m. Some shifts may not end until midnight. We also need help with set-up during the week before the festival and help with tear-down on Monday, May 30.  Go to our volunteer page here.

Volunteers must be able to commit to and work at least one full four-hour shift. Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age and have their own reliable transportation to and from the festival.

Volunteering comes with the following perks:

  • For one four-hour shift, each volunteer will receive entrance to the event for that day, a commemorative t-shirt and water.
  • For two four-hour shifts, each volunteer will receive a weekend pass, a commemorative t-shirt and water.
  • For three four-hour shifts, each volunteer will receive camping privileges, a weekend pass, a commemorative t-shirt and water. Camping volunteers will be invited to set-up camp anytime after 4 p.m. Thursday (exclusive for three-shift volunteers and VIPs)! Read more

These sponsors make MeadowGrass 2016 possible:

Everything you need to know…

About Meadowgrass 2016:

Start the festival season off right with one of Colorado’s most eclectic music festivals, held annually over Memorial Day weekend at beautiful La Foret Conference & Retreat Center in Black Forest. Located between Colorado Springs and Denver, MeadowGrass is the perfect getaway for families and music lovers. The festival will feature performances from more than 20 national, regional and local artists, music workshops, yoga, kids’ activities, and camping. Join us to discover why MeadowGrass has been named “Best Music Festival” by readers of the Colorado Springs Independent year after year. The complete lineup will be announced in February 2016.

FAQs

What is the refund policy?

The festival takes place rain or shine; tickets are non-refundable.

When do early bird ticket sales end?

Early bird ticket sales end on February 29, 2016 or when the allotted number of each ticket type is sold out, whichever comes first.

What are my transport/parking options for the event?

ALL motor vehicles entering La Foret must present a valid parking pass in order to come on to the property, with the exception of vehicles that contain four or more adult ticket holders (age 13 and older). Children 12 and under do not count toward free carpool parking. Parking on-site is extremely limited due to our efforts to preserve the central meadow at La Foret. There is no free remote parking option at La Foret this year. If you do not have a valid parking pass, you will not be permitted to drive on to the festival property. You must affix your parking sticker to your windshield. Vehicles without a valid parking pass will be towed. Parking is assigned on a space available basis. VIP tickets include preferred parking at no extra charge.

When do the gates open?

The front gates will open at 8:00 a.m. on Friday, May 27 for vendors (with a valid parking pass) to come in and set up. Campers may enter the property (with a valid parking pass) at 9:00 a.m. on Friday, May 27. Non-campers may enter beginning at noon on Friday, May 27. The gates will open at 9:30 a.m. to everyone on the mornings of Saturday, May 28 and Sunday, May 29. No entry is permitted after 9:00 p.m.

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

The festival is an all-ages event. However, EVERY person entering La Foret must have a valid ticket with a bar code to be scanned at the entrance or an authorized wristband (for re-entry). This includes vendors, volunteers, staff, and artists. If you do not have a valid ticket, you must purchase one or you will be turned away at the front gate. Children age 12 and younger may obtain child passes at no charge. Please keep your wristband(s) on at all times. There is no re-entry without the proper wristband.

Can I bring my pet? Read more

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And the winner is...

Eric Snyder!!!

Congratulations on winning 2 WEEKEND passes including camping & parking.

Thank you to everyone who participated
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Make sure to check out the Kids Play Zone this year- The Millibo Art Theatre will be returning, along with the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Mobile, PPLD Kids, Pikes Peak Children's Museum, and Imagination Celebration to offer lots of activities and fun for the kiddos! ... See MoreSee Less

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We know the mud was fun for the kids last year, but Concrete Couch will be joining us this year to provide a little less messy fun with their Marble Run, Adventure Playground space, and other things made by kids for kids! ... See MoreSee Less

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Shout out to Whole Foods Market Colorado Springs for providing the hydration stations during MeadowGrass- We encourage you to bring your own reusable water bottle. Thanks Whole Foods!! ... See MoreSee Less

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The countdown is on!!!

Don't wait to get your tickets for the best weekend of the year- www.eventbrite.com/e/8th-annual-meadowgrass-music-festival-tickets-21090261540
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If you are interested in volunteering at the festival, go to the “Volunteer Information” link below and fill out the application. We will start by recruiting volunteers who are willing to work at least 12 hours (three four-hour shifts) during the course of the festival. These volunteers will receive full weekend admission to the festival with camping privileges. We will also accept applications for volunteers who are willing to work 8 hours (two shifts) or 4 hours (one shift). See the information page for more details.