The Festival at Sandpoint is a wonderful event, and it is coming soon! to help you learn more about the Festival at Sandpoint lineup, where you can buy tickets, and what days it is on.
Who is going to be there?
It is a great lineup of artistis this year as you will see below! Each of these events will open their doors at 6:00pm, and the show itself will begin at 7:30pm.
- St. Paul & The Broken Bones – Thursday July 29th
- Jake Owen – Friday, July 30th
- Shakey Graves – Saturday July 31st
- Keb’ Mo’ & Band – August 1st
- Gladys Knight – August 5th
- Young the Giant – August 6th
- Reo Speedwagon – August 7th
This awesome lineup will be followed up by the Family Matinee (doors open at 12:00pm, and starts at 1:00pm) and then the Grand Finale (doors open at 5:00pm and starts at 7:30pm).
To buy your own tickets, visit The Festival at Sandpoint’s website here, where you will also find the varying pricing between the tickets.
Where does The Festival at Sandpoint take place?
The Festival at Sandpoint takes place at Memorial Field! After many recent improvements to the property, this continues to be an awesome place to get to enjoy the show.
If you are looking for the exact address, you will find it at: 855 Ontario St., War Memorial Field, Sandpoint, ID 83864.
Is there food at The Festival at Sandpoint?
One of my personal favorite things about the Festival is the food! Many local vendors from throughout the region apply, and are selected to help you out with your food. This year is a bit different, and they are going contactless!
Essentially you will be ordering food through an application on your phone, and will be notified when it is ready for you to pick it up! No more waiting in lines like in the past.
You can learn more about this process by visiting the Festivals site right here.
Where can you park for the Festival?
Official parking is minimal for the Festival, however the neighborhoods surrounding Memorial Field tend to fill up quickly! I would recommend showing up early, not just to get in line, but also get a great parking spot.
Make sure, however, to only park where you are supposed to and pay attention to any signs that tell you not to park there.
In conclusion, Festival at Sandpoint is a great event in our community and will be coming with new changes to the food ordering process!