Summer Stomp 2019

Thu Aug 1 2019 - Sun Aug 4 2019

4:00 PM (Doors 4:00 PM)

Mchenry Extreme Sports and Event Park

1911 W Fernview LN Holiday Hills, IL 60050

$20.00 - $110.00

All Ages

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Brought to you by Mackey's Music Productions and Midwestival Productions

SUMMER STOMP is a 2 day Festival featuring music on 2 stages with camping, on-site food, art, craft beer, vending, &  more!

Gate Price is $110

(Ticket price includes Camping and  car Parking)

 

Gates Open Thursday @ 4pm Entrance Permited With Thursday Early Entry Ticket and 2 day weekend pass
Gates Open Friday @ 8 am
Gate Close @ Midnight Friday Night
Gates Reopen @ 8am Saturday

Gates Will Close @ 10pm Saturday Night

This is an all ages event. Attendees under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. 
Kids 12 and under admitted free of charge with parent or legal guardian.


* RV camping allowed - With the purchase of a RV ticket

 All people in a RV must have a tickets, or Volunteer pass in order to enter the festival grounds

we are NOT able to provide power or water hookups, sorry!

Camping spots are first come first serve basis

Summer Stomp 2019

  • Henhouse Prowlers

    Henhouse Prowlers

    Bluegrass

    On stage, the group's enthralling performances give audiences a sense of how much they love what they do; while on record, the band manages to explore their collective life experiences through songwriting and intricate instrumentation. While bluegrass is the undeniable foundation of the Prowlers music, the band manages to bend and squeeze the traditional form into a sound all their own.

    With over 175 shows a year, the quartet has managed to tour more than 25 countries, often going to places traditional American music has never been.

    Tours in Siberia or the Middle East are not uncommon since the Prowlers started working as cultural ambassadors with the US State Department in 2013. These global experiences have pushed the band in new directions musically, with songs from Africa and Asia on several albums, but they have also moved the group to start an educational outreach program for both school children and festival-goers alike.

  • Mungion

    Mungion

    Alternative Rock

    Chicago-based jam outfit Mungion has been turning heads since bursting onto the scene in the spring of last year. With excitement building from their exploratory live outings, Mungion’s steadily growing fan base received the band’s first full-length studio offering, Scary Blankets. The inspiration of their jam scene peers is evident throughout. “Schvingo” and “Hindsight,” built from catchy, strolling bass lines and prog-guitar wailing both deliver handily, displaying the influences of well-loved acts on the band, from Pat Metheny to Frank Zappa to Jimmy Herring and beyond. 

    When you see their live show it’s very evident that there’s a clear intention to create a set of music that is rich, varied and immersive — not just a collection of tunes, but a cohesive, complex sonic story that keeps people on their toes dancing. Mungion has just began to scratch the surface. They have a new album set for release in early 2017 and will be arriving in a city near you very soon.

  • Joe Marcinek Band

    Joe Marcinek Band

    Jam Bands

    Joe Marcinek Band (Feat Alan Evans Of Soulive , Steve Molitz of Particle, & Freekbass)
    Joe Marcinek Band is an experience you will never forget. That is because each show features a different lineup of musicians creating a different set of music every night. The music is equal parts Chicago Blues, New Orleans Funk, Grateful Dead Psychedelia, and Jazz Fusion!  

    ​Joe Marcinek tours nationally from New York to LA and everywhere in between. Most of the lineups will only happen one time making every night a can't miss show. 

    The group has featured many prominent special guests including Bernie Worrell (P-Funk, Talking Heads), Melvin Seals (Jerry Garcia Band),  George Porter JR (The Meters),  Ivan Neville (Dumpstaphunk), Alan Evans (Soulive),  Kris Myers (Umphrey's McGee), Tony Hall (Dumpstaphunk, Dave Mathews & Friends), Shaun Martin (Snarky Puppy, Kirk Franklin), Allen Aucoin (the Disco Biscuits), Marty Sammon (Buddy Guy), Jason Hann (String Cheese Incident / EOTO), Erik "Jesus" Coomes (Lettuce), Borahm Lee (Break Science), Jennifer Hartswick and Natalie Cressman (Trey Anastasio Band), Mike Greenfield (Lotus), Borham Lee (Break Science), Steve Molitz (Phil Lesh & Friends / Particle) Joey Porter (The Motet / Juno What), Fareed Haque, Scott Metzger, Nate Werth (Snarky Puppy) Garrett Sayers (The Motet) Allie Kral (Yonder Mountain String Band), Freekbass, Vinnie Amico and Jim Loughlin (moe.) and more!

    Joe Marcinek Band (Feat Alan Evans Of Soulive , Steve Molitz of Particle, & Freekbass)
  • Terrapin Flyer

    Terrapin Flyer

    Jam Bands

    Terrapin Flyer is a Chicago-based Grateful Dead band whose revolving cast features top performers in the jamband scene. The band often tours with former members of the Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia Band and is one of the premier Grateful Dead inspired acts. Terrapin Flyer has headlined major festivals and prominent venues across the United States.
  • Mr. Blotto

    Mr. Blotto

    Jam Bands

    Mr. Blotto was born in Chicago as an off-night vehicle for musicians who loved each others playing but were in different bands at the time. The only rule was that they would only play what they loved. That philosophy continues today and has led Mr. Blotto into unique musical situations.

    Mr. Blotto takes the Jam band asthetic into areas unfamiliar to the standard Jam Scene. They have been known to cover entire albums by Led Zeppelin and the Who as well as perform entire shows of Country and Reggae. Artists as diverse as the Grateful Dead, the Flaming Lips, Willie Nelson and The Velvet Underground have seen their material interpreted by Mr. Blotto in the 2000+ shows the band has performed in the last 15 years, yet covers only pepper the bands hefty catalog of original material stemming from five studio albums and other unreleased crowd favorites.

    "Barlow Shanghai", the 5th and newest CD sees the band in collaboration with John Perry Barlow (lyricist to the Grateful Dead). This CD was released in 2006 and is available from the Official website www.mrblotto.com

     

  • Ben Miller Band

    Ben Miller Band

    Bluegrass

    I LIKE THE IDEA OF SAYING SOMETHING VERY COMPLICATED IN A VERY SIMPLE WAY," BEN MILLER STATES. "THAT'S WHAT WE STRIVE FOR MUSICALLY, AND WHAT I STRIVE FOR LYRICALLY—TO GET DIRECTLY TO THE POINT."

    GETTING TO THE POINT IS SOMETHING THAT THE BEN MILLER BAND DOES CONSISTENTLY ON CHOKE CHERRY TREE, THE JOPLIN, MISSOURI-BRED COMBO'S THIRD ALBUM AND SECOND NEW WEST RELEASE. THE CONSISTENTLY COMPELLING SET OFFERS 11 NEW EXAMPLES OF MILLER'S DECEPTIVELY UNPRETENTIOUS SONGCRAFT, BENEATH WHOSE RAMSHACKLE EXTERIOR LURKS STURDY, INFECTIOUS MELODIES AND RESONANT, EMOTIONALLY INSIGHTFUL LYRICS. 

    MILLER'S BAND DELIVERS SUCH MEMORABLE NEW TUNES AS "NOTHING GETS ME DOWN," "AKIRA KUROSAWA," "TRAPEZE," "LIGHTHOUSE" AND "MISSISSIPPI CURE" WITH THE SORT OF UNPRETENTIOUS ENTHUSIASM THAT'S ALREADY WON THE GROUP A DEVOTED FAN BASE THAT STRETCHES FROM THE BAND'S MIDWESTERN HOME TURF TO THE U.K. AND EUROPE, WHERE THEY'VE TOURED TO RAVE REVIEWS.

  • Miles Over Mountains

    Miles Over Mountains

    Bluegrass

     ​Miles Over Mountains is a progressive bluegrass band based in McHenry, IL. Their live shows are high energy, centered around an arsenal of original material and refreshing variety of cover songs served up in their own unique style.

    "A four-piece act consisting of guitar, banjo, mandolin, and upright bass MoM provides the listener with a paradoxical calming, yet exciting experience."  - Andrew Preissing​ - liveforlivemusic

    Touring through their third year as a band, Miles Over Mountains continues to turn heads across the nation as their momentum, fanbase and touring schedule continue to grow. Since their inception in early 2014, they've performed hundreds of shows at bars, clubs and music festivals with no signs of slowing down. Besides playing every state in the Midwest, the band has been true to it's name touring through the mountain regions of Colorado, Arkansas and Tennessee to name a few.

    The 2014, '15 and '16 festival seasons have seen M.O.M. performing at dozens of Midwestern music festivals, including multiple appearances at Shoe Fest (Manteno, IL), Frankfort Bluegrass Fest (Frankfort, IL), and co-hosting the Summer Stomp Music Festival in their hometown of McHenry, IL.
    M.O.M. has been the opening act for such groups as Town Mountain, Hot Buttered Rum, Ben Miller Band, Danny Barnes Henhouse Prowlers, Cornmeal, The Big Wu, and many other longtime staples of the music scene.


    Collectively with decades of stage experience under their belts, M.O.M. strives to provide the audience with a fun and freeing experience at each show with unique sets every time. The band released their debut album "Five Star Heart Breaker" on March 20, 2015, and have been on the road constantly in support of this record. The band is currently at work on their second full length album due out in early 2017.
     

  • Teed

    Teed

    Funk-Rock

    Teed is a Rock band based out of the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago. Their Genre bending original music stems from a multi faceted interest in all styles of music including Rock, Funk, Latin and Bluegrass. The music has a groove oriented base with a heavy focus on intricate compositions that gives the band a unique sound. Teed has played hundreds of venues and festivals across the midwest and beyond. They have shared the bill with great acts like Trey Anastasio Band, Primus, Umphreys McGee, Willie Nelson, The Wailers, and many more.

  • The Leadfoot Band

    The Leadfoot Band

    Bluegrass

    (The Leadfoot Band is) 'Chicago's freshest post-bluegrass with tasty grooves served up spicy how you like it with lightening fast delivery.' Jaik Willis
    -------- Founding themselves on bluegrass roots over a decade ago in the concrete jungle and bluegrass mecca of the southside of Chicago, The Leadfoot Band have branched out in all directions from there. Incorporating their love of bluegrass with their early urban influences of rock , funk and everything in between, the evolution of the band is hard to place. Fans have said Leadfoot is just hard driving bluegrass, some say they are rock infused jamgrass, or even a bastard child of Bill Monroe meets Metallica. The online music site JamGrass.net even says The Leadfoot Band is "A mix between Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros and Greensky Bluegrass."

    Comprised of mandolinist Steve Haberichter, guitarist Mike Vanier, Garrett 'Geebs' Degnan on bass, drummer/ percussionist Mike Holtz and the addition of Andy Ohlrich on fiddle in 2014, these seasoned musicians create a robust musical delicacy that tantalizes the senses and gets the feet moving. It is a smokin' blend of styles suitable for any palette: funky, to pocket groove, to two-steppin', to straight bluegrass/ newgrass, easy listening to acoustic rock fusion. Summed up perfectly by musician Jaik Willis: The Leadfoot Band is "Chicago's freshest post-bluegrass served up spicy- just how you like it- with tasty grooves and lightning-fast delivery."

    The Leadfoot Band released their new self-titled album "The Leadfoot Band" last year, getting national acclaim and voted a Top Album of 2013 by Jamgrass.net. Along with guest musician Pat Sansone of Wilco on keys, the album features all original songs highlighting the diverse songwriting of the band.

    They continue to win new fans over at every show and festival with their dynamic and impressive performances. They have shared the stage with likes of Sam Bush, Railroad Earth, Hot Tuna, Bill Nershi, Jeff Austin, Split Lip Rayfield, Sarah Watkins, Darol Anger, The Iguanas, The Radiators, Vince Herman and Drew Emmitt from Leftover Salmon and many more.

    "Musical styles come and go, but occasionally the good ones come back sounding fresh and new. Bluegrass is just one of those genres that are sprouting through the cracks of our concrete jungle and it feels great! In this proud new high energy progressive blend, there is an excitability that is extremely refreshing. Leading the pack in (Chicago) is Leadfoot." (Lumino Magazine)-

  • Chicken Wire Empire

    Chicken Wire Empire

    Americana

    Contemporary tones blend with traditional roots in Milwaukee’s unparalleled Chicken Wire Empire. Since their formation in 2014, the Chicken Wire Empire has wasted little time establishing themselves as one of the hottest up and coming bands in the local and regional music scene. Ryan Ogburn (mandolin), Jordan Kroeger (upright Bass), Greg Brundage (Guitar), and Jon Peik (banjo), put together “The Force” to deliver their bluegrass inspired song to audiences of any age.

  • EGi

    EGi

    Jam Bands

    Progressive and fresh, EGi pushes the boundaries of genre specifics to create a soundscape reflecting the freedom that gives purpose to the acronym’s definition: Ethereal Groove, Incorporated. With a sound that has been described as, “what it would feel like to live in The Never Ending Story”, the band’s versatility and appreciation for many genres of music can be heard in their fusion of rock, funk, instrumental post-rock and hard, progressive rock. Starting from tightly arranged structures, EGi builds improvisational passages and high energy jams that seek to lift the band and audience to a higher plane.

    Hailing from the northwest suburbs of Chicago, the band dually claims its roots in the city proper as they have grown to encompass the region as a jam fan favorite. EGi. is comprised of a classic rock style, string and drums 5 piece including Noe Perez and James Hernandez sharing lead roles on guitar, Allan Borukhovich on bass guitar, Devon Bates on drums, and Michael (Gonzo) Gonzalez on percussion. The band maintains their appealing dynamic with a relationship amongst each other that bonds them as brothers in arms both on and off the stage.

    Infectiously danceable and experimentally funky, EGi.'s young and original approach pushes the limits of improvisation and energy rich concert events. Fusing everyone's favorite heights of funk, rock, and instrumental post-rock, they display a great versatility and stupendous appreciation for multi-genres both on stage and amongst their audience. EGi. defines their own sound through shameless development trials of all sounds.

  • Fox Crossing String Band

    Fox Crossing String Band

    Bluegrass

    Formed in November 2016 ~ Fox Crossing is an all female bluegrass group from Chicago

  • River Valley Rangers

    River Valley Rangers

    Bluegrass

    What began as a few friends playing songs down by the Fox river has now formed to become the bluegrass/newgrass band that is the River Valley Rangers. They have developed a high-energy stringband sound that will keep you stompin’ your boots all night long! The Rangers have shared the bill with acts such as the David Grisman Bluegrass Experience, the Larry Keel Experience, Hot Buttered Rum, Pert Near Sandstone, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, Henhouse Prowlers, and many more. Burning like a Midwestern prairie fire, they aren’t slowing down any time soon!

  • Jaik Willis

    Jaik Willis

    Alternative Roots

    Jaik Willis is a wild fire-breathing freakshow, pummeling a flying V acoustic guitar that crashes like cymbals and booms like a bass; howling & scatting impossible vocal turns while simultaneously beat-boxing.

  • Alabaster

    Alabaster

    Blues-Rock

    We are a jam band at our roots. Our style is very passionate and energetic. We pour our emotions into every lick and riff we play. We play Rock, Blues, Psychedelic, Reggae, and Hard rock with a more old school take, similar to Black Sabbath or Led Zeppelin. We challenge ourselves to push our creativity and musicianship to a new level, and to make sure the crowd really gets down.

  • The Gentlemen's Anti-Temperance League

    The Gentlemen's Anti-Temperance League

    Bluegrass

    The Gentlemen’s Anti-Temperance League plays jazz originals. Modern songs under an old-time facade. It’s music your granddad would listen to, if your granddad was a time-traveler from 2050 with a hankering for vintage cocktails and hot jazz. It’s hot, infectious, and emotional. Kind of like that on-and-off relationship you had in your early twenties, but a lot more grounded.

    Hundreds of shows and four albums have honed GATL into a finely tuned machine— greased with whiskey, regular exercise, and a taste for wheels on pavement. Keep a weather eye out. They might be in your town soon.

    You don’t want to miss out, do you?
  • Gary Moore II

    Gary Moore II

    Alternative Country

    Born and raised to a working-class family, singer/songwriter Gary Moore II blends his blue-collar mentality with songs aboutheartbreak, hard work, and hard living. With influences from Hank to R.A.T.M., TVZ to the DBTs, and everywhere in between, GMII's songs find a place in the ever-evolving Americana genre. As a founding member of the Miles Burning Band, he co-fronted the band, releasing one EP and opening shows for regional/national touring acts and taking part in festivals like the Honky-Tonk Throwdown and Nippersink Fest. While recording the bands second release, vocal issues and the subsequent surgery forced him to take over a year off, and ultimately leave the band.

    With a successful surgery under his belt, and a newfound respect for music and singing, GMII began pushing forward as the working-man's troubadour. Working closely with long-time collaborator, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Michael Pentz, they've carved out an original roots-rock sound with a familiar feel.

  • Grassfed

    Grassfed

    Bluegrass

    Grassfed is a quick-picking string band. Pivoting on the foundation of bluegrass, Grassfed entwines tradition with an eclectic array of influences. Forged by songwriters and driven by instrumental conversation, the band brings a punching sound all its own. 

    Based out of Kansas City, Grassfed tours nationally across the United States, and has performed internationally in Scotland, and France.  Combining genuine lyrics and shredding instrumentals, Grassfed is a must see live experience.

  • Caught On Cline

    Caught On Cline

    Fusion

    Caught On Cline formed in the summer of 2014 with a vision to create a new improvisational and artistic sound based on their diverse musical backgrounds.
     
     
     
    Nicholas Kazonis

    Graduate of Columbia College of Chicago in music theory and composition, Nicholas Gerasimos Kazonis is an avid composer, arranger, and performer. With a concentration in guitar, bouzouki, and vocals, his compositions contain elements of world music, rock, funk, R&B, soul, blues, folk, jazz, and fusion. His exploration of genres has led him to work with a variety of musical artists. As a seasoned composer he has been commissioned to write for the Columbia College of Chicago's New Music Ensemble, and has performed in the 2008, 2009, and 2010 concert series. Since 2009 he has been a producer and recording artist for Fakulty Studios. While working at Fakulty, his hip-hop and R&B compositions have appeared on 90210, ESPN, and other national networks. As a bouzouki player and vocalist since 2004, Kazonis has played for many nationally touring Greek ensembles within the traditional and fusion genres. He has performed and co-written original folk and rock compositions in the "Ross/Kazonis Duo" for nine years, and was also a co-founder of the variety cover band, "The Rave" in 2006. He is a newly inducted guitar player for the funk and R&B group, "Pj and Soul" under the Hitman Records label. As a current member of several bands, he can be found frequently playing throughout the northwest Indiana and Chicago region. Kazonis looks forward to his musical journey with "Caught on Cline," a group that has allowed for all of his influences to breed a new style of music; one that he hopes will speak to all walks of life.

    Alexander Akers

    Graduate of Indiana State University in music education, multi-instrumentalist Alexander Akers specializes on guitar, bass, and trumpet. He is an active professional musician, band director, and guitar instructor at the Hammond Academy for the Performing Arts. Influenced by a diverse array of musical styles, Akers has performed in a variety of settings, including classical, jazz, latin, hip-hop, soul, funk, R&B, rock, electronic, fusion, blues, and folk. His versatile musicianship has led him to tour nationally and internationally. Akers’ eclectic performing repertoire includes playing bass in the production “iCandy Rock n’ Roll,” at Indiana Live Casino, touring China with jazz group, “Rhapsody in Swing,” (trumpet) as well as touring the US three times with the Jefferson St. Parade Band. Akers currently plays lead guitar and bass for innovative hip-hop label "TeamGreenWhatUp,” and can be found playing frequently throughout northwest Indiana and Chicago. Akers is also the bassist in cover band, “The Rave," and is currently recording a new album with original group, “Caught on Cline” (trumpet, guitar, vocals) at Thunderclap Recording Studios. Opening for classic rock band, Boston, rap artists Twista and Gorilla Zoe, Akers has been featured onstage with dozens of bands throughout the Midwest and beyond.

    Nikolce Janakievski

    Macedonian in heritage, Nikolce Janakievski is a Crown Point, Indiana native who began playing the accordion at the age of three. His love for music led him to play in the high school drum line, where he met drummer Raymone Vickerstaff. Janakievski further developed his musical knowledge by playing in many different ensembles, and it was the lessons in discipline, strength, focus, teamwork, and rhythm that led him to gain an undying passion for music. In 2005, he began playing bass for rock band, “Discernment.” While playing with the group he went through many musical stages, developing mastery in various styles including rock, metal, and even Greek music. It was the inspiration and vision of Nicholas Kazonis that led Janakievski to gain insight that brought him through multiple stages of his music career. In the spring of 2014 Janakievski and Kazonis met multi-instrumentalist Alex Akers, and nearly the same week, were reunited with phenomenal drummer, Raymone Vickerstaff. This ultimately led to the birth of the group, “Caught on Cline.” Janakievski is currently the bassist for the group, and is collaboratively recording their first album.

    Raymone Vickerstaff

    Drummer Raymone A. W. Vickerstaff is a native of Merrillville, Indiana, and better known by his musical alias “Ray Vick.” At the age of five, he began studying drums with master drum pedagogue, Butch McGee of Gary, Indiana. Throughout his middle and high school years, he was an active member in the concert, marching, pep, and jazz bands. While attending Ball State University, he was the top drummer in the basketball band, and critical asset to the music program. Vickerstaff’s diverse musical taste has led him to conquer many styles including rock, blues, jazz, hip-hop, southern soul, Latin, R&B, and gospel. While growing up he frequently accompanied his church choir, as well as many other choirs throughout northwest Indiana. Since developing his YouTube membership in 2007, he has gained nearly 5,000 subscribers, and reached over 1.4 million viewers under the “MrVick85” channel. Through exposure live and via the Internet, Vickerstaff has gained recognition that has allowed him to perform with many hip-hop and R&B artists throughout the areas of Gary, Chicago, and Wisconsin. He has accompanied rap artists F. Stokes, Fitz Fonzarelli, Hajj Prime, R&B queens Erin Sedalia and Morisha Denee, as well as the show stopping, Curtis "Certified Soul.” He currently works with blues-rock band, “The Head Honchos,” as well as cover bands “The Rave, Vinyl Echoes, and KarJamm.” Vickerstaff is currently recording an original album with musicians Nicholas Kazonis, Nikolce Janakievski, and Alex Akers under the band name, “Caught on Cline.”
  • Groovy Louie & The Time Capsules

    Groovy Louie & The Time Capsules

    Funk-Rock

    In between the dimensional fingers of time and space lives a being with unlimited astroillogical funktelligence. His name is Groovy Louie. His only purpose is to spread the funk so all beings have the ability to survive.
    During Groovy’s endless quest he has recruited a group of modern funk disciples to aid in his objective. A group he admirably refers to as the Time Capsules.
    Together, Groovy Louie & the Time Capsules have signed their souls to the Intergalactic Mothers of Funk, promising to preserve life by juicing the funk out of every corner of the unknown universe.
  • Fersher

    Fersher

    Roots Reggae

    Fersher is a band that emerged over time as friends from various bands jammed together and fell in love with the vibe that was being created. One that has elements of reggae, jam, funk, psychedelic and a thought of limitless creativity . 
  • Cactii

    Cactii

    Funk-Rock

    Cactii - Organic Spaceship Music
    Wisconsin has a new band that is becoming known for their ability to make an audience groove. That band is Cactii, and they bring a delicate combination of Funk, Rock, and Blues to a Jamming climax that doesn't disappoint. They are getting ready to Blast Off!

    Cactii is an all star line up of Musicians from Asparagii, SLM, Hot House Barkers Terry n the Front, and Braided Funk...

    Mike Bielarczyk - Guitar Vox
    Mark Ruck - Bass Vox 
    Chaz Parker - Drums Vox
    Lucas Dickenson - Keys
  • Tiny Country

    Tiny Country

    Country Folk

    Tiny Country is a great place to be! Surrounded by good people and fun music all the time.
    Despina is a singer songwriter from northern Illinois playing a unique mixture of Americana, bluegrass, popular covers and heartfelt originals. Tiny Country trio includes Chris Grant who plays both guitar and violin with talented style, and Kim Sheya singing beautiful backing vocals and holding down the rhythm on upright bass. A scenic detour from a familiar road, Tiny Country takes you through the twists and turns of Americana music.

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limit 10 per person
Two Day General Admin: B

$80.00
Rv Parking

All Rv's will require a parking pass

$50.00
Saturday Only

$65.00
Volunteer Deposit

$100.00
Thursday Early Entry

Must have 2 day pass to be admitted

$20.00
Friday Only

$65 per ticket w/ $45 refundable deposit as you exit by noon on sat

$110.00

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Summer Stomp 2019

Thu Aug 1 2019 4:00 PM - Sun Aug 4 2019

(Doors 4:00 PM)

Mchenry Extreme Sports and Event Park Holiday Hills IL
Summer Stomp 2019

$20.00 - $110.00 All Ages

Brought to you by Mackey's Music Productions and Midwestival Productions

SUMMER STOMP is a 2 day Festival featuring music on 2 stages with camping, on-site food, art, craft beer, vending, &  more!

Gate Price is $110

(Ticket price includes Camping and  car Parking)

 

Gates Open Thursday @ 4pm Entrance Permited With Thursday Early Entry Ticket and 2 day weekend pass
Gates Open Friday @ 8 am
Gate Close @ Midnight Friday Night
Gates Reopen @ 8am Saturday

Gates Will Close @ 10pm Saturday Night

This is an all ages event. Attendees under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. 
Kids 12 and under admitted free of charge with parent or legal guardian.


* RV camping allowed - With the purchase of a RV ticket

 All people in a RV must have a tickets, or Volunteer pass in order to enter the festival grounds

we are NOT able to provide power or water hookups, sorry!

Camping spots are first come first serve basis

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limit 10 per person
Two Day General Admin: B
$80.00
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$50.00
Saturday Only
$65.00
Volunteer Deposit
$100.00
Thursday Early Entry
Must have 2 day pass to be admitted
$20.00
Friday Only
$65 per ticket w/ $45 refundable deposit as you exit by noon on sat
$110.00

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