Sleeping in the Woods Festival 2024

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Riley Johnson

Updated

April 19, 2024

Updated

April 19, 2024

Updated

April 19, 2024
Festival TitleSleeping In The Woods Songwriter Festival 2024
Festival DurationMay 17-19, 2024
VenueHidden Ridge, Lake Cumberland, Kentucky
Performers IncludeCristina Vane, Nicholas Jamerson & The Morning Jays, Maggie Noelle & Ryan Allen, Darrell Scott, Hunter Flynn, and more
Ticket InformationGet Your Tickets Here

Sleeping In The Woods Festival, a weekend in the forest along Lake Cumberland at Hidden Ridge Camping in Kentucky, listening to intimate songwriter sets and learning the mystical alchemy of songwriting, is going for a second home run. Hosted by alt-country artist and wordsmith Nicholas Jamerson, the music fest is slated for May 17 to 19, 2024 – up a day from last year’s two.

More than 20 talented tunesmiths are coming to serenade attendees, including Jamerson himself and The Morning Jays, Cristina Vane, Maggie Noelle & Ryan Allen, Darell Scott, Hunter Flynn, and more. And, of course, there’s a songwriter workshop to be hosted by Americana songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Rachel Baiman. 

And it’s not just a celebration of music; it’s also a moment to take in nature and embrace it with open arms. 

The Line-up – Who’s singing at Sleeping In The Woods

Sleeping in the Woods Festival 2024 square

Here’s everyone who will sing you to a lulling sleep for three days at Sleeping In The Woods 2024. 

DAY 1 – May 17, Friday

  • Nicholas Jamerson with special guest Ryan Anderson
  • Cristina Vane

DAY 2 – May 18, Saturday

  • Nicholas Jamerson & The Morning Jays
  • Swift Silver
  • Songwriter Rounds (1st Group): Melanie Davis, Elijah Boone, Madelyn Baier
  • Songwriter Rounds (2nd Group): Zoe Howard, Ireland Owens, Josh Slone
  • The Dick & Tammy Show
  • Cody Lee Meece
  • Brother Smith
  • Maggie Noelle and Ryan Allen

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DAY 3 – May 19, Sunday

  • Darrell Scott
  • Joe Clark
  • Leah Blevins
  • Hunter Flynn
  • Songwriters Round: Baiman, Kat & Zach, Liv Greene

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Festival Essentials & Insider Tips

It’s three days of music and camping, and here are the essentials you need to know. 

Tickets are available for both music and camping. For the music-only tickets, the Friday pass costs $30, Saturday is $55, and Sunday’s $40. But you can go for a weekend music and camping pass for $125. Camping passes for each day go for $20. They also offer add-ons and upgrades, and here are the only available passes: Weekend Car Camping ($50), VIP Glamping Bell Tent ($425), and VIP Glamping Safari Tent Near Stage ($450). Children 12 and under are free! Dogs are also allowed, but they must be kept on a leash. 

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It’s rain or shine – no refunds – and first come, first served. You can bring your own food and drinks, but they’re also available for purchase (preferably cash). Make sure you have all of your camping essentials if you’re staying on-site. If you’re not, just bring a camping chair, flashlight, blankets, and cash. 

For more info, tune in to their official website at Sleeping In The Woods Festival


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