CAMP MAIDEN WEST CAMPGROUNDS IN MORRISTOWN, MN
The weekend-long festival starts with the official Family Reunion Pre Party on Thursday, August 9 when the campgrounds open. To make sure everyone is feeling the family love at the festival The Big Wu will be preforming both Friday and Saturday nights. Keller Williams will also be headlining the weekend, performing on Friday, August 10.
A variety of ticket packages are available for the festival and are on sale now through Big Wu Ticketing. Ticket packages start as low at $50 for a two-day festival pass. VIP packages can also be purchased and include two meals on Friday and Saturday, VIP exclusive camping access, and backstage passes for every concert.
Bassist Andy Miller (aka Padre Pienbique) says, “each and every year as I’m packing up on the last morning of the BWFR someone comes up to me and says ‘This was the greatest weekend of my life!’ I don’t see this year being any different.”
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Additional supporting artists to preform during the weekend include:
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