FRIDAY: No admission fee for anyone. Admission is free on
SATURDAY & SUNDAY:
$2 per day admission
fee for people 13 years of age and older.
$1 per day admission fee for children 6 to 12 years of age.
No admission fee for children 5 years of age and younger.
The fee includes performances by
nationally-known country singers and much more family fun and
entertainment in the village of Rosenhayn in
Deerfield Township, Cumberland County, New Jersey.
It also includes
free re-admission to the festival on the same day of the purchase of the
admission. Please make sure your hand is stamped before you leave the
festival site for re-admission. See information below about
special admission savings if you park in the Festival Official Parking
You may also purchase Friends of Festival Packs which include the
general admission fee, reserved or unreserved tickets in a special
seating section near the front of the main stage as well as coupons for
food and beverages. Reserved seat Packs can only be purchased in
advance by Sept. 30.
Click here for more information on Friends of Festival Packs.
With reductions in State funding and sponsorships and other revenue due to the economy,
festival organizers ask its audience for a very modest entrance fee on Saturday and Sunday in order to be able to
continue to present the outstanding line-up of local, regional and
national musical performers it is known for over Columbus Day weekend.
The Recreation Committee along with community groups, sponsor a large
Official Festival Parking Lot near the festival. The Official parking lot fee is $5.
* This $5 fee also includes admission into the festival for up to five people per
auto. Be sure to park in the Official Lot to take advantage of
this special offer.
Note that there is no free re-admission to the parking lot. If
your take your auto from the lot, you will have to pay the parking fee
to re-enter the lot.
Your fee benefits the festival and several community groups and
includes free handicapped accessible shuttle buses to and from the
official lot. It is also within walking distance, about two blocks, if
you wish to walk. The lot and the walkway to the festival are lighted
and convenient. Avoid parking in restricted areas as NJ State
Police will be enforcing parking regulations to ensure safety and
security and traffic flow near the festival area.
Thanks to continuing support from area businesses and organizations
including significant financial support from Comcast, Cumberland County
Cultural and Heritage Commission, NJ State Council on the Arts and
Colonial Bank, the
entrance fee is being kept as low as possible.
We hope that those who have enjoyed the festival over its history will understand the need for the entrance fee and support
the festival in this way so we can continue to provide a family-oriented
event with children's entertainment, special events, fireworks, parade
and performances by national stars, rising stars and regional and local