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Tickets for the RiverSong Music Festival

Ticket Pricing

2016 Advance tickets are $19 for Friday and $25 for Saturday. Children 14 years of age and younger receive free admission when accompanied by a paid adult. We work hard to secure grant and sponsor support in order to maintain family-friendly ticket prices. RiverSong gives you access to a TON of great music at a fraction of the cost you'd spend to see these artists at other venues. 

If you have any questions about our admission policies, please see this page.

ONLINE TICKET SALES AND CAMPING SALES START APRIL 1! BUY YOUR TICKETS AND RESERVE CAMPSITES HERE. 

You can purchase tickets in Hutchinson beginning April 9 at the Bring It Home Expo from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at the McLeod County Fairgrounds. Following, you can buy advance tickets locally at any of our ticket locations including  CashWise Foods, The Hutchinson Chamber of Commerce, The Hutchinson Center for the Arts and Clay Coyote Gallery.

Purchase Tickets and Reservice a Campsite Online

2016 tickets and camping reservations can be purchased online starting April 1st. BUY YOUR TICKETS AND RESERVE CAMPSITES HERE. 

If you have any questions about purchasing tickets or camping, please reach out to us using this contact form.

If you have any questions about purchasing tickets or camping, please reach out to us using this contact form.

Purchase Gift Certificates

Click the link below to purchase a gift certificate. Once purchased, the certificate can be printed or emailed to the recipient on the date of your choosing. To redeem the certificate, return to the RiverSong website and access the Purchase Tickets page, purchase your tickets, and enter the code found on the certificate when prompted. Tickets are available in the Spring leading up to the festival dates.

Click here to purchase a gift certificate.


Admission Policies

For admission policies and restrictions, please see the admission policies page.

RiverSong ticket prices are subsidized

RiverSong ticket prices are subsidized by a grant provided by the Southwest Minnesota Arts Council and is funded, in part, by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund as appropriated by the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.