Suwannee Spring Reunion kicks off the first weekend of spring with a festival that will ease you out of your winter hibernation. You’ll get a steel stringed, musical awakening from five stages – the Amphitheater, the Porch, the Dance Tent, the Music Hall and the Music Farmers Stage – set up on an 800-acre campground along the Suwannee River. The music starts at sunrise, followed by daily yoga at 9 a.m., mandolin and hand drum workshops where many reconnect with friends made in years past, and fireworks set to music to end the night.
The lineup for 2024 has yet to be released at the time of this writing, but last year the Festival delighted festival goers with country and bluegrass sounds. American mandolinist Sam Bush took the stage, along with Colorado-native jam band Leftover Salmon and bluegrass band Steep Canyon Rangers, who you might know for their multiple collaborations with actor and banjoist Steve Martin.
Don’t forget that the Suwannee Spring Reunion is a camping experience. So if you are looking for a full immersion into a good-vibes-only retreat, you might want to take a look at the camping options and stay on the campground for the duration of the festival. The primitive camping, meaning you’ll set up a tent and make dinner around a campfire, is first come, first served. For the less adventurous, there are also RV stations and cabins for rent, with water and power hook-ups.
- Approximately 8,000 people attend.
- Four-day General Admission tickets start at $175. Single-day tickets start at $75.
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What is the closest airport to the Suwannee Spring Reunion?
The closest international airport to get to the Suwannee Spring Reunion is Jacksonville International Airport.
Is the festival family-friendly?
Yes, kids of any age are welcome. Kids under 12 get in for free.
What is the lineup for the Suwannee Spring Reunion 2024?
The lineup has yet to be released at the time of this writing.