The Four Corners Folk Festival is one of Colorado's premier music festivals, featuring a mix of bluegrass, newgrass, folk and acoustic musicians. The festival takes place on a heavily wooded site overlooking the rugged and beautiful San Juan Mountains of Southwest Colorado. There is on-site camping in the trees, camp pickin' circles, free kid's programming, food and craft vendors, music workshops, and late night and main stage performances by dynamic bands.
2:00 PM - Lindsay Lou
3:30 PM - JigJam
12:30 PM - Wild Rivers
11:00 AM - The Arcadian Wild
Sunday, September 1
7:30 PM - Earls of Leicester
4:00 PM - The East Pointers
5:30 PM - Darrell Scott
2:30 PM - Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley
1:00 PM - Wild Rivers
11:30 AM - Maybe April
On-Site Camping at Four Corners Folk Festival - Reservoir Hill
Due to the proximity of on-site camping to the Four Corners Folk Festival venue, it is only available with a 3-day festival pass. All people age 13 and over who camp on-site must have an on-site festival & camping pass. The price of this ticket includes the camping fee and festival admission for all 3 days. It is a PER PERSON, not a PER SITE ticket.
Campground opens on Thursday, August 29 at 11:00 AM. Anyone entering Reservoir Hill on that day age 13 and over must have an on-site camping & festival pass. Regular 3-day ticket holders and Friday-only ticket holders (including non-camping volunteers) may pick up their wristbands and enter the festival after noon on Friday, August 30.
We appreciate the fact that people like to come and line up early to get their favorite camp site - that's great! But the earliest you can line up for camping is Tuesday, August 27 at noon. If you arrive in town any earlier, then you and your vehicle will need to hang out at a hotel or public campground until that time. Potable water and porta-johns are provided in the festival campground. Showers are available for a fee below the site at one of Pagosa's two public hot springs just below Reservoir Hill (serviced by festival shuttles). Ice is sold on site.
Open fires (wood or charcoal) are not allowed on Reservoir Hill. Propane stoves, fireplaces, grills and lanterns are allowed.
Campsites are first come, first served. If you want to camp with friends you should arrive with them. There is no limit on how many people can come in one vehicle; however they must all possess an on-site camping ticket. If you think you may NEED to leave the campground before the show has ended, you should find a spot just off the campground road to avoid being parked in.
Pagosa Springs is home to the world's largest hot springs and boasts three developed facilities within walking distance of the festival. There are also opportunities for hiking and mountain biking on Reservoir Hill and fishing, rafting or kayaking on the San Juan River according to the season.