September 13-15 2018
The 5th Annual Sugar Creek Music Festival @ Camp Manitowa
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Aaron Kamm & The One Drops + More!
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GENERAL INFO

Here It is Folks! The 5th Annual Sugar Creek Music Festival is right around the corner and we can’t wait to see everyone back together for all of the fun and festivities that we have planned for this year!

It will be held September 13-15 2018 in Benton, Illinois at the beautiful Camp Manitowa. There will be music playing Thursday, Friday, and Saturday as well as many other various activities to enjoy.

The weekend will be filled with many phenomenal musical acts, live artists, a super jam stage, vendors of all sorts, delicious food, fire performers, yoga, flow arts workshops, kayaks, canoes, a rock wall, free showers, restrooms, camping and so much more. We also have cabins and yurts available to rent. You can contact Dan Grabel with Camp Manitowa @ 314-375-6766 if you are interested in renting a cabin or yurt.

Early Bird Pre-Sale (Limited):

$45

Pre-Sale:

$55

Gate:

$70

VIP (Includes T-Shirt & More):

$100

RVs

All RVs must purchase there pass before the event. We are very low on space to park RV’s so we are charging $100 for a place to park. This space does not include water or electricity. You are welcome to use a generator. RV Passes will sell out!

VENDORS

If you are interested in vending at Sugar Creek Music Festival please contact us via our website or Facebook with all of your information and what you have to offer the festival.

RULES

  • 18+ Unless Accompanied by Legal Guardian
  • No Weapons
  • No Pets
  • No Underage Drinking
  • No Fireworks
  • No Illicit Substances
  • No Exposed Fires
  • No Bad Attitudes
  • No Swimming
  • No ATVs or Motorized Vehicles Cruising on Premises
  • No Unauthorized Vending
  • No Camping by Vehicles in Parking Lot
  • Everyone Must Leave by 1 PM Sunday September 16th

VENUE

Camp Manitowa

Camp Manitowa, located near Benton, Illinois, is 90 minutes from St. Louis, Missouri and sits on 40 beautiful acres nestled between 40-acre Lake Hamilton and 19,000-acre Rend Lake.