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Full days of music

To soak up the summer

Our summer concert series Music in the Blue Ridge is back!  Join us at Basecamp Brewpub & Meadows for incredible live music, camping, award-winning beer, and activities for the whole family – all with an amazing Blue Ridge backdrop.

$1 from every ticket sold from the Music in the Blue Ridge concert series will be donated to the Appalachian Trail Conservancy to further their mission to preserve and protect the Appalachian Trail.

TICKET INFO   CAMPING     LODGING

Ticket Information

You've got questions, we've got answers.

  • ALL SALES ARE FINAL:  Music in the Blue Ridge is Rain or Shine
  • CHILDREN 12 & UNDER ARE FREE.  Families will have access to the Little Planets Family Activity area that has activities for the kids and a great view of the stage!
  • Ticket price includes access to all the Basecamp facilities and areas, live music, and admission to the Pop-Up Beer Tasting that begins at 1:00 pm -Until Supplies Last.  Pop-Up Beer Tasting is for guests 21 & over only and will include samples of beers from regional breweries plus select beers from Devils Backbone Brewing Company
  • $1 from every ticket sold from the Music in the Blue Ridge concert series will be donated to the Appalachian Trail Conservancy with a minimum of $1,000 and a maximum of $5,000, between 3/21/19 and 8/17/19.

BUY NOW - JULY 6 BUY NOW - AUGUST 17

 

July 6 - We've Got You Covered

BAD FISH – A TRIBUTE TO SUBLIME

SKYDOG – A TRIBUTE to the AlLLMAN BROTHERS BAND

THE BIG PAYBACK – A TRIBUTE TO JAMES BROWN

August 17 - R-E-S-P-E-C-T

SISTER SPARROW & THE DIRTY BIRDS

SOUTHERN AVENUE

SARAH SHOOK AND THE DISARMERS

LILLY HIATT

MORGAN WADE

ERIN & THE WILDFIRE

Camping at Music in The Blue Ridge

We've got something for everyone.

Who needs a 5-star hotel when you can camp under 5,000 stars at DB Camp?

  • Each RV Space (Premium, Primitive and Field) includes (1) Companion Vehicle. If you need to make arrangements for more than (1) Companion Vehicle please contact melissa@justinbproductions.com
  • Since RV spaces are limited, we ask that you do not purchase an RV space for tear-drop trailers, Volkswagen Campers or anything that is not a Class A, B, C, 5th Wheel trailers, Toy Hauler or “Pop-Up” Camper.
  • Volkswagen Campers, Tear-Drop trailers or anyone that decides to SLEEP in their car will be allowed to park in our Tent Only parking areas only if their campsite is contained within the interior of the vehicle. You will not be able to set up tents, pop-ups or any additional gear outside or your car.

 

  • Premium Woodsy Tent Only
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    2-DAY (Friday Arrival) or Saturday Only:  $20/Night

    This site holds 2 cars and 2 standard tents.

    Camp with your car parked next to your campsite in our wooded camping area.  Located in one of the closest camping areas to the Meadows where the live music and adventures will be taking place.  This camping area is also adjacent to the Wash House (showers and bathrooms) that will be open 24 hours once gates open.  Each site comes with it’s own picnic table and fire ring.

  • Tent Camping
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    2-DAY (Friday Arrival) or Saturday Only:  $30/Night

    Tent Only camping are campsites where cars are parked in adjacent areas to woodsy tent camping sites.  Your car will be immediately accessible as there are no shuttles or long-hauls to your car.

    Tent Only camping sites are available in the Grove & Three Ridges woodsy camping areas.

  • Car Camping
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    2-DAY (Friday Arrival) or Saturday Only:  $30/Night

    The site allows 1 vehicle.

    This camping option is ideal for someone that likes to camp with your car parked next to your campsite or if you have a Tear-drop trailer, Volkswagen Campers, Truck Camper or any vehicle that you camp in that can fit into a 20×20 campsite.

    Located in either the Grove or Three Ridges Area, the Grove features tree-lined or field car camping and the Three Ridges area offers tree-lined car camping.

    Spaces in a specific area are first-come, first-served.  Campsite size includes both parking and camping area.  If you need space for an additional car or additional camping then you will need to purchase 2 spaces.

  • Premium RV Slip
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    2-DAY (Friday Arrival) or Saturday Only:  $40/Night

    This camping area is for fans arriving in Class A, B, C, 5th Wheel trailers, Toy Haulers, “Pop-Up” Campers or anything “In Tow.” RV Slip Premium slots include some tree-lined or open area padded, level gravel slips that include a fire pit and picnic table area in each space. Water, power (20, 30 or 50 amp hookups) and septic hookups are available for each space and the open area slips are pull-through making your entrance and exit out of this area seamless. Tear-drop trailers & Volkswagen Campers do not need an RV Pass.

  • RV Slip (Primitive)
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    2-DAY (Friday Arrival) or Saturday Only:  $40/Night

    This camping area is for fans arriving in Class A, B, C,  5th Wheel trailers, Toy Haulers,  “Pop-Up” Campers or anything “In Tow.” RV Slip Primitive are tree-lined padded, level gravel slips that include a fire pit and picnic table area in each space.  No water, power or septic hook-ups are available but this area is adjacent to the water refill and dump station. Tear-drop trailers & Volkswagen Campers do not need an RV Pass.

  • RV Field Slip
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    The site allows RV or Trailer/Tow Vehicle PLUS 1 Companion Vehicle.

    This camping area is for fans arriving in Class A, B, C, 5th Wheel trailers, Toy Haulers, “Pop-Up” Campers or anything “In Tow.” RV Field Primitive is our most economical RV Pass option. Located on a flat, level grassy area adjacent to the Wash House (bathrooms & showers).

    No water, power or septic hook-ups are provided but the campground does have a water refill and septic dump station available at no additional charge.

    NOTE: Tear-drop trailers, Volkswagen Campers, Truck Camper, Small Pop-Up & Tow Vehicle or any vehicle that you camp in that can fit into a 20×20 campsite does not need an RV Pass and can camp in a Car Camping site.

Frequently Asked Questions


The dos and don'ts of Music in the Blue Ridge

  • DO prepare for all weather types: Remember, there’s no such thing as bad weather, only bad gear!
  • DO Bring your Bike as it makes the short commute to the venue even shorter. We provide a place to keep it just outside the Meadows during the show–so DO bring a lock.
  • DO plan on taking advantage of the amazing food and beverage options.
  • DO introduce yourself to your neighbors!
  • DO ask questions. Try the Concierge Desk near the main gate.
  • DO take a moment to look around–there is no moment exactly like this one. Enjoy that.
  • DON’T bring your drone as those are authorized use only.
  • DON’T tailgate or drink in the DAY PARKING lot–we’ve got a heck of a party inside, anyhow.
  • Where does Music in the Blue Ridge take place?
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    Devils Backbone Basecamp Brewpub & Meadows
    200 Mosbys Run, Roseland, VA 22967

  • Will Music in the Blue Ridge be cancelled in the event of bad weather?
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    Music in the Blue Ridge is RAIN OR SHINE! All Sales are Final. No Refunds.

  • What's up with parking? How much is parking?
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    Parking is free. ADA (handicapped) parking and camping is available upon entrance to the festival. Upgrades are available for car camping & RVs.

  • Can I bring my own alcohol?
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    We want everyone to enjoy their time at Music in the Blue Ridge and strongly encourage responsible drinking. Outside alcohol is allowed in DB Camp but will NOT be allowed in the Festival Gates. Our General Store will have canned beer and cider to-go options and you can buy Devils Backbone Distilling Co. Spirits at the DB Shop for your campsite.

  • Can I bring my dog?
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    Service animals are allowed, all other dogs are not!

    Hoopla welcomes and supports the rights and attendance of all persons with disabilities that rely on the special skills of a trained service animal. What we DO NOT support, nor will tolerate, are pets being misrepresented by their owners as service animals, when in fact they are not. So please, don’t do it.

    Service Animal Definition:

    • A ‘service animal’ means “any dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability. The work or tasks performed by a service animal must be directly related to the handler’s disability.”
    • Emotional support or comfort animals are not considered service animals under the ADA and therefore are not allowed at Hoopla.
      Service Animal Policies:
    • Service animals must be accompanied by the handler with the disability at all times.
    • Service animals must be under the control and supervision of their handler at all times.
    • Service animals are not permitted to be left in camp unattended under any circumstances.
    • Handlers are required to be prepared for, and clean-up after, their animals at all times.
    • We reserve the right to remove and/or refuse access to any service animal from the campgrounds or venues if that animal is deemed to be a health or safety threat to festival patrons, staff, or other service animals, or in violation of these policies.
    • All service animals must be credentialed by the Music in the Blue Ridge staff (see the procedures below).

    Service Animal Procedures
    All patrons with disabilities attending Music in the Blue Ridge this year with a service animal will need to have that animal credentialed by Hoopla staff at the main gate.
    What will you need to do? It’s easy. Once you arrive at Music in the Blue Ridge, come to the Main Gate in the concert area. Staff will speak with you, record your contact information, and provide a collar tag for your service animal. Then you are good to go!

  • May I bring my backpack or bag in?
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    Yes. All bags will be searched before entering the festival at the Main Gate.

  • Are lawn chairs permitted at Hoopla?
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    Yes, lawn chairs are permitted inside of the festival in designated areas only. Seating in these areas is first-come, first-served.

  • May I bring food and beverages to Music in the Blue Ridge?
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    Basecamp Brewpub and Meadows Area: No outside food or drink will be allowed in the concert grounds. However, two factory sealed water bottles will be allowed into the festival. Save your money though and bring an empty reusable container or a camelback and use them to fill up water at our free water station or our potable water station at DB Camp.

    Campgrounds: You are allowed to bring food and beverage items into the campground. We ask that you please do not bring bottles and consider cans as it helps our recycling efforts and ensures a safe campground. We do also offer a water refill station at the bath house and a potable water refill station for RVs in the RV camping area.

  • Do you have water stations in the campground or venue?
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    We sure do. Please bring an empty reusable bottle or purchase one at our store!

  • May I bring a pop-up tent or large shade tent?
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    Concert Grounds: Large shade tents are not permitted; however, shade tents that require you to sit down while set-up and do not exceed four feet are allowed. If you do decide to bring a shade tent, please be courteous of people around you and make sure that you are not obstructing their view.

    Campgrounds
    : Yes. You may bring pop-ups, tarps or any other type of cover in the campground area.

  • May I bring my wagon in?
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    Yes, but it will be searched before entering the festival at the main gate.

  • Will there be ADA parking or ADA Camping?
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    Yes. There will be ADA day parking and ADA camping area available. Upon entering the festival tell the parking attendants that you need ADA parking. ADA parking and camping is available on a first come, first-served basis.

  • Do you have Family Camping?
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    We sure do! You must have a valid Tent or Car Camping Pass and can reserve your space in the family area.

  • I have an RV Pass with a companion vehicle or my friend is arriving in a different vehicle. How can I get them a pass to park with me?
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    Each RV site includes one companion vehicle. If you anticipate having more than that, please email melissa@justinbproductions.com to discuss options.

  • Is there an RV Dump or Water Refill area?
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    Absolutely! There is a dump station conveniently located in the RV Area.

  • Are generators allowed?
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    Yes, we do ask that you be mindful of your neighbors while using your generator and that any noise does not exceed 60db.

  • Are there showers at Music in the Blue Ridge?
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    Heck yes! Showers are available 24/7 during the festival. Showers are FREE. Please keep shower time to a maximum of 15 minutes. Try to avoid peak hours; 7am-9am and 3pm-7pm.

  • I have 2 or more people in my group. Do I need a camp site pass for each person?
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    Nope, camping is sold by site not by person. You will need an additional pass if you have more than one car. Each vehicle needs a camp site pass.

  • I want to camp with my friends and we are arriving separately. How do I make that happen?
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    While arriving together is ideal, we understand it can’t always happen. Make sure you and your camping companions all have the same camping ticket type and let the amazing crew at the gate know your intentions when you arrive – we will do our best to get you situated.

  • Can I build a fire at my camp?
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    No ground fires are allowed. All fires must be in the provided fire ring or in a fire pan you provide. Please do not move rocks to build a fire ring. Rules are subject to change by order of the Fire Marshall.