Project North Festival, Sept. 16 & 17, 2022 Rhinelander, WI
In September of 2022, Project North will return to Rhinelander in venues in downtown Rhinelander, Wisconsin. For the long weekend, the community will be engulfed with great live music, interactive art, and a commitment to environmentally conscious education and practices.
The goal of Project North Festival is to hold a dynamic festival that focuses on music, art, and the environment and brings tourists and locals to downtown Rhinelander to showcase Rhinelander’s artistic community, appreciation for its captivating Northwoods environment, and its contagious community cultural development efforts.
This event serves as a catalyst in propelling Rhinelander’s stance as a progressive community that is dedicated to providing resources and support to local, national and international artists, musicians, and sustainability advocates.
Help Us Raise $15,000!
We're really excited that Project North is happening again this year, but in order to make Project North a success, we really need your help. We're hoping to raise $15,000 by September 2022. By supporting the project, your generosity allows us to offer dynamic live music, highlight contemporary art and independent artists, and exemplify sustainable practices right here in Rhinelander, WI.
All donors will be considered a friend of Project North and will be listed on our website!
Art is a very important component of Project North.
Here are a few things you can expect to see throughout the weekend: School of the Arts, Public Art Projects, Sustainability Focused Art Installations, Kids Tent, and more.
Project North is on the cutting edge of sustainable festivals and is a certified "Travel Green" Wisconsin Event.
Attendees can visit the Eco-Village filled with vendors promoting sustainable practices and products; and participate in educational opportunities to learn from environmental and sustainability experts in the Northwoods.
Come hungry. Project North will be featuring a variety of food inside the festival grounds.
And we'll be doing it sustainably, too: