Tips on What to Bring if You're Camping
If you're going to be camping at the festival you probably already have a good idea of what to bring, but just in case here are a few reminders . . .
- Chairs for the camp site and the concert area - preferably low back so as not to block the view of those behind you
- Sunscreen - while we do have a covered seating area there is still plenty of good ole Virginia sunshine up on the mountain!
- Layers of clothing for warm days and cool nights
- Sweater / Jacket - once the sun goes down it can get a little cool
- Umbrella / Rain Gear - we have been known to get a small shower every now and then
- Insect Repellant
- Wet wipes for the little ones (and sometimes the big ones)
- Bottled Water
- Canopies / Tarps
- Fire Pit (we do allow fires in the camping areas but must be off of the ground)
- Ear plugs (you may want to sleep in one morning . . . or hit the sack early)
- Instruments - we have been known to have a few impromptu concerts going on in the campgrounds!
What we offer on the festival grounds:
We want everyone that comes to our festival to have a great time, enjoy the music and make some great lifelong friends. To this end, we have the following on the festival grounds:
- Food Vendors - breakfast, lunch & dinner
- Restrooms, Porta-johns and outside sinks
- Shower House
- Ice available for purchase
- Merchandise Vendors offering a variety of goods
- CDs, T-shirts, etc. available for purchase from most of the performers
- Water / Dump Stations
- Security throughout the festival grounds
Please remember - no coolers, alcohol, or pets allowed in the concert area.
2020 Dr. Ralph Stanley Bluegrass Festival Website
Dr. Ralph Stanley's 49th Annual
Hills of Home Festival
Memorial Day Weekend
May 20 - May 23, 2020