Aug 152014

Camp Barefoot is about ready to launch. All systems are GO. Are YOU ready for CAMP BAREFOOT! Do I look like I’m messing with you? No, I don’t. I wouldn’t do that to you. This is for real. It’s about to get dirty and funky. We don’t bring our balls out for just any occasion!

Aug 112014


**All RV Tickest are SOLD OUT

**All online ticket sales from now until the festival are WILL CALL only. When you purchase your tickets you will receive an email confirmation. Print this and bring it, along with your ID to the WILL CALL check-in. Ask parking attendant for directions to the WILL CALL booth. Thanks again for all the support and see you at Camp Barefoot!!

Aug 062014

Your musical adventure begins here. Study these documents, memorize them, know them. If you show up to the festival already knowing the entire music schedule backwards and forwards and can recite it for anyone looking official then you probably deserve a free t-shirt or something. The nice thing about these schedules is you can not only see where you are going, but also where you’ve been. As you’re riding home on Sunday, all stinky and what not, you thumb through that wadded festival booklet to find the music schedule page. “Who was that band I saw Saturday morning? They were truly wonderful musicians,” you might say to yourself. You remember you were by the third stage, around noon, you were just taking the last bite of your breakfast burrito, when BAM! – some band melts your face off!


Aug 042014

Say Cheese! Stop by the Photo Booth in the main concert bowl powered by Andy Cox Photography and get 2 of these keepsake film strips for only $5. Hours are: Thursday: 5 p.m. -12 a.m., Friday: 5 p.m. – 1 a.m., Saturday: 5 p.m. – LATE

Jul 062014

West Virginia Slackline, welcome to the party!

Slacklining is a practice in balance that typically uses nylon or polyester webbing tensioned between two anchor points. Many people suggest slacklining is distinct from tightrope walking in that the line is not held rigidly taut (although it is still under some tension); it is instead dynamic, stretching and bouncing like a long and narrow trampoline. The line’s tension can be adjusted to suit the user and different types of webbing can be used to achieve a variety of feats. The line itself is usually flat, due to the nature of webbing, thus keeping one’s footing from rolling as would be the case with an ordinary rope. The dynamic nature of the line allows for tricks and stunts. Slacklining has quickly become popular due to its simplicity and versatility and its ability to be practiced in a variety of environments. Those who participate in slacklining are often called “slackers”.

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