After a year off due to the pandemic, FireFest is returning to the Cold Spring Brewing Company Distribution Center. The event started in 2008, and has welcomed so many big-name performers over the years. Here is what you need to know if you're going on Saturday, July 24th:

1. The Lineup is Stacked

The lineup for FireFest this year is incredible. The show is starting with Aaron Clafton, a Sauk Rapids singer/songwriter who is currently working in Nashville. Other performers are Blackhawk, Jo Dee Messina, Jordan Davis, and Dustin Lynch. It is going to be a day of non-stop hits.

2. Tickets Are Still Available 

Tickets for FireFest are just $60. The event is happening rain or shine, and the forecast is currently reading as sunny and warm. Dress accordingly. ​Also, know that there is no seating on the grounds. There will be limited space available for chairs, and lawn chairs are encouraged!

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3. Camping is Available

Camping on the grounds is available, which is a great option if you want to have fun and not worry about driving home. General camping costs $140, 1 pass per site. You MUST have a pass displayed on the camper or vehicle on the site. Each person will need a separate concert ticket to enter the event grounds. Tent camping is just $60. Get your camping pass here. 

4. There Are Multiple Places to Park

There will be free parking available at the Cold Spring Brewing Company’s Distribution Center. There will also be free shuttle buses running to and from downtown Cold Spring with stop locations at:

  • Grumpy's
  • The Side Bar
  • Winner's Bar
  • Stoney's Bar in Rockville.

5. It Helps The Fire and Rescue Department

The event is part of Cold Spring Hometown Pride Days and benefits the Cold Spring Fire & Rescue Department Relief Association.

See you at FireFest this weekend! We can't wait to party with you!

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