INDIANA FIDDLERS' GATHERING IS A FESTIVAL FOR EVERYONE!
2021 FIDDLERS: AUGUST 13-15
The Indiana Fiddlers' Gathering is a 3-day acoustic music festival located at the beautiful, national historic landmark, the Tippecanoe Battle Field Park in Battle Ground Indiana. Indiana Fiddlers's Gathering is for everyone!
Featuring the best in old-time, bluegrass, folk, swing jazz fiddle, string band, Celtic and ethnic music on one stage. Jam Sessions, Workshops, Children's Concert, Open Stage, Saturday Evening Dance & Gospel Hour on Sunday.
RV & Tent Camping, Arts, Crafts, Local Food, Local Craft Beer- Good people, Good times! #IFG49
FRIDAY, AUGUST 13
CONCERT STARTS AT 7PM
SATURDAY, AUGUST 14
CONCERTS AT 2 & 7
SUNDAY, AUGUST 15
CONCERT AT 2
Battle Ground, Indiana located between Chicago and Indianapolis — just off Exit 178 from Interstate 65, seven miles north of Lafayette, Indiana. For more information about the area, go to Visit Lafayette West Lafayette.
IFG INFO CENTER
Located at the IFG Entrance. Map of 2021 Fiddlers Gathering...Coming Soon!
Open Stage gives musicians of all ages and skill levels a chance to show their stuff! Open Stage is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday before the afternoon concerts. Starting at noon and ending at 1:30 p.m.
Check in with the Open Stage MC behind the stage at 11:00am to sign up. Show us what you've got!
Workshops are FREE! For all ages, and all levels of experience. Just show up with your instrument! Coming Soon!
The Tippecanoe Battle Field Park is a beautiful national historic landmark, located in a 96-acre park setting
in Battle Ground. Picnic areas, nature center, historic and scenic hiking trails. Camping... Coming Soon!
We need volunteers during the festival! Earn FREE tickets to the concerts! Gates, merchandise sales, camping, information booth, parking assistants, or poster routes are just a few of the opportunities available. More Information...
As we all know, recycling has become an issue both around the country and here in Tippecanoe County. As a result, IFG is attempting new strategies this year that will help us to be good stewards of Battlefield Park and our local resources:
We encourage all attendees to first REDUCE and REUSE! If possible, bring reusable water bottles.
Please take back with you anything that you can easily recycle at home.
Please be alert to how to separate our recyclables from the trash. These 'waste streams' CANNOT be co-mingled or everything will be treated as trash.
Trash cans are conveniently located throughout the park. Please use these for any trash items - specifically used food containers like pizza boxes.
Please place your glass, cans, or plastic bottles in the designated recycling containers. Be alert - we cannot take used food containers. These must be treated like trash.
Our on-site volunteers will be available to answer questions and to help you place your trash/recyclables into the correct bins. Your help is greatly appreciated. If we each do a little, together we can do a lot.
The Indiana Fiddlers' Gathering not only prides itself on being a fully accessible event but has been recognized by the Indiana Arts Commission as a model of festival accessibility.
In 1990, the Fiddlers' Gathering brought in Therapeutic Innovations, Inc., of Brookston, Indiana, to conduct a study of the festival grounds. The Fiddlers' Gathering then implemented Therapeutic Innovations' recommendations into the grounds, as well as subsequent follow-up reports.
There are extensive handicap facilities integrated into the festival, including ample handicap parking (which is monitored), plenty of accessible bathroom facilities, and wheelchair-accessible seating areas close to the main stage.
And our staff is always available to accommodate any special needs.
Information coming soon!