Project North is more than just a music festival. For the long weekend, the community will be engulfed with eclectic concerts, thought-provoking art and a commitment to environmentally conscious education and practices.
The first year of the event will serve 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.
Project North Festival 2019 will be held in venues in and around downtown Rhinelander, WI, September 26-28, 2019.
You betcha. You can buy tickets right here. Though keep in mind, ticket prices will change on June 30th, 2019.
Yes! Actually, a majority of the work being done on this festival is being done by volunteers. You can apply to be a volunteer here.
Project North is located in downtown Rhinelander, WI. It’s easily accessed by car and plane. More information on how to get to Project North is here.
There are a number of hotels, resorts, cottages, and campgrounds in the Rhinelander area! You can see an entire list of them from our our friends at Explore Rhinelander here.
We’re so glad you asked. We’ll have a variety of food and drinks available. More information can be found here, where you can also apply to be a vendor.
There are no age restrictions for attending Project North. All kids 11 and under, who are accompanied by a parent or guardian, will have free admittance into the festival grounds. All of those 21 or up will be outfitted with a bracelet upon arrival at the festival. We’ll take those bracelets seriously... So youngins, don’t even try it.
Carpooling is greatly encouraged to limit the amount of cars in downtown Rhinelander and to limit the environmental footprint of the festival. That being said, the nice thing about small towns is that we have free parking. While the City of Rhinelander is somewhat limited in its public parking lots, there is street parking available within walking distance of the festival grounds.
All of the downtown Rhinelander events (concerts, the Sustainability Fair, downtown art exhibitions) are no more than 0.3 miles from one another, which is about five minutes at a leisurely walking pace. Sidewalks are also present on each walking path between stages.
A shuttle service will be offered from Treehaven (where morning School of the Arts classes will be held) and the main festival grounds in downtown Rhinelander. We are currently looking to develop a transportation shuttle system between popular lodging locations and the main festival grounds as well.
Rhinelander also has a small fleet of taxi cabs that will be running during the festival and who knows, we might even have an Uber or Lyft scooting around.
You bet. Well, every event except for the kid ones. Some events may be limited to just beer and wine, but a majority will offer cocktails as well.
All music stages will be ADA accessible with the exception of the Masonic Lodge. Project North cannot guarantee ADA accessibility for all events offered, however, especially if they’re not held at one of the official venues.
All official Project North ticketing vendors, merchandise tents, and locations where food and drink is offered will accept credit or debit cards. We cannot guarantee that food trucks and beverage vendors not run by the festival will accept cards, however. Attendees will be encouraged to have cash for food and drink. ATM locations will be designated on the festival map.
Project North is primarily taking place in downtown Rhinelander, WI. Don’t bring anything that you wouldn’t feel comfortable carrying around or that you would be arrested for. If you do those things, we’ll probably be good.
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