Join this year’s Southern Californian, three-day festival for bluegrass music lovers at the Huck Finn Jubilee from Friday, June 10th to Sunday, June 12th in Ontario, California. As the festival first began in 1975 by a homegrown family, the Huck Finn Jubilee bluegrass brings together people who believe that there is more to the spirit of bluegrass than just the music; they believe in community. Spend three days barefoot, immersing into the world of campgrounds, dancing, instrument explosion, camaraderie, and incredible music that all bring you back to our roots.
Friday, June 10th:
The Special Consensus
Rhonda Vincent & The Rage
Peter Rowan Band
Jerry Douglas Presents The Earls of Leicester
David Grisman Bluegrass Experience
80's Retro Late Night with Love Canion
Saturday, June 11th:
The Church Sisters
Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver
Dan Tyminski Band
Soggy Bottom Boys
Hogslop Square Dance
Sunday, June 12th:
Sweetwater String Band
Dailey & Vincent
The Infamous Stringdusters
The Huck Finn Jubilee will take place at Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park in Ontario, CA. Take a look at the festival map online.
Gates open at 8 a.m. on Friday, June 11th. Visitors can purchase 3-day or 1-day festival passes. With a purchase of a ticket, guests can have access to the zero-depth water splash play area, swim the lagoon/waterslide, pedal boats, and fishing. However, those hoping to fish must obtain a CA State Fishing License, which can be purchased online or at a local sporting good store beforehand. Buy tickets online.
Those who are hoping to buy an RV/tent space to camp overnight can only do so with a 3-day festival pass. Camping spaces can be purchased at an additional cost. All tent camping spaces are first-come, first-served. RV spaces can be reserved online. The campgrounds do include restrooms and limited showers.
Friends and families with a 3-day or 1-day festival pass will be allowed to enter the camping areas during the festival hours. They will also be allowed to stay overnight with an additional purchase of an overnight parking ticket ($25 if bought during festival hours) and they also must move their vehicle to the designated camp parking area. After 3 a.m., all vehicles that do not have a parking sticker will be towed. Unfortunately, those who only purchased a 1-day festival pass will not be allowed to return to the “SHOW” area of the festival from the camping area without credential for that specific day.