We meet under the ancient oaks at the Tippecanoe Battlefield Park every third full weekend in June to enjoy music as it was played in past times, and bring those influences into the present with an array of amazing artists who enjoy playing in this relaxed atmosphere as much as we enjoy hearing them.
Our three day event begins with a Friday evening concert at 8pm. Saturday starts off with free music workshops at 9:30am, a free children's concert at 10am, more free music workshops at 11am, free open stage from noon to 1:30pm, a concert from 2pm-5pm, a free contra/square dance at 5:30pm, and a Saturday evening concert at 8pm. Sunday begins with free music workshops at 9:30am, a free gospel concert at 10am, more free workshops at 11am, free open stage from noon-1:30pm and winds up with a concert from 2pm-5pm.
There are food booths, instrument sale/repair/accessories sale booths, craft and art booths to enjoy.
Primitive tent and RV camping are available on the grounds for a fee with purchase of adult and youth weekend passes.
The Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum is right next door and tells the story of the Battle of Tippecanoe with the National Historic Landmark adjacent. The Wah-ba-shik-a Nature Center can be found next to the RV camping and has hiking trails nearby. Prophetstown State Park is a mile down the road at 5545 Swisher Road and named for a Native American village established by Tecumseh and his brother Tenskwatawa (The Prophet) in 1808 where you can stroll through 800 acres of restored prairie similar to what Native American people experienced, and camping is available.