Music, Camping, and Floating Down the River!
A full night of music featuring Brokedown Hustlers and Friends! Followed in the morning with a long float down the Potomac River!
Join the party for only $15! Includes overnight camping! Bring your own beer! Bring your own floats! Food will be available on site!
Mateo Monk (Mateo Monk Music)
Mikey Free (Freedom Enterprise)
Jay Parks (Mudcracker)
Alan Risinger Visuals
Music will begin around 7pm on Friday. There will be full sound production and visual projections. It will go on stage til 1am, followed by a bonfire jam as always!
The float will take off from the boat landing at the campground around 10am Saturday morning! From there it is an approx 3hr float to our destination point. We will have a truck and a van waiting at that point to begin the shuttling process.
It is up to you to provide your own float. No lifeguards will be on duty. The float is at your own risk.
We would like to finish the shuttles by 5pm, so please plan your float accordingly. Any extra help shuttling would be greatly appreciated.
See ya at the Brokedown Floatdown!
WELCOME TO SLEEPY CREEK PRESENTS!
Sleepy Creek HarFest
Oct 5-7, 2018
Sleepy Creek HarFest returns October 5-7 to Sleepy Creek on the Potomac in Berkeley Springs, WV. The annual camp-out offers a stellar line-up of local roots music and national superstars, with added attractions such as playgrounds, parades, face-painting, food, arts & crafts, late night bonfires, and open jam circles.
SLEEPY CREEK PRESENTS is determined to stand out from the rest. Endless thought and consideration go into every thing we do. It is our desire to provide top notch entertainment at family friendly prices, while making every event as memorable as possible.
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FESTIVALS & CAMPOUTS are our specialty. We host a variety of events, including our annual Spring, Summer, and Fall events. All of our events are enjoyable, affordable, family friendly, and focus almost entirely on up and coming original music, art, and crafts. No two events are the same! Click on the event below to learn more!
- Sleepy Creek SpringDig - May 4-6, 2018
- Brokedown Floatdown - July 21-22, 2018
- Sleepy Creek HarFest - October 5-7, 2018
- All Events Are Located At Sleepy Creek on the Potomac in Berkeley Springs, WV
- All Events Are Family Friendly And Open To The Public
Sleepy Creek on the Potomac is the Home Venue of Sleepy Creek Presents. It located within a private campground, just outside of Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, where Sleepy Creek meets up with the Potomac River. The campground itself is for members only, but all Sleepy Creek Presents Events are open to the public!
The stage is located in the campground's large music meadow. Event camping is stage adjacent in and around the music meadow, including areas for both family and quiet camping. Camping with your vehicle is permitted. There are no designated sites for event camping. All space is first come first serve. Amenities include pavilions for picnic use and a large playground for the kids. The River and Creek are both accessible during all events. Private lots are off limits at all times.
The venue is also accessible to many nearby towns and only 2 hours from Washington DC and Baltimore MD. Berkeley Springs offers visitors a unique small town charm, shopping, dining, and more and is easily accessible off of both Interstate 70 and 81; as well as US Routes 522 and 9.
CONTACT THE CAMPGROUND OWNERS FOR INFO ON THE CAMPGROUND OR LOT RENTALS BY CLICKING HERE
VISIT THE CAMPGROUND WEBSITE BY CLICKING HERE
SLEEPY CREEK ON THE POTOMAC IS A PRIVATE CAMPGROUND AND FOR MEMBERS ONLY, BUT ALL SLEEPY CREEK PRESENTS EVENTS ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
PLEASE KEEP IN MIND. THE VENUE IS A PRIVATE CAMPGROUND. THEY ARE VERY KIND TO LET US USE THEIR LAND. PLEASE RESPECT IT WITH ALL YOUR HEART!
SLEEPY CREEK NEWS
Keller Williams, Keller Williams and More Than A Little, Jeff Austin Band, Larry Keel Experience/Natural Bridge, Cabinet, Cornmeal, Yarn, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, Rumpke Mountain Boys, Hackensaw Boys, Dead Winter Carpenters, Driftwood, Kitchen Dwellers, Consider the Source, Big Something, Ron Holloway Band, Holy Ghost Tent Revival, People's Blues of Richmond, Strung Like a Horse, Start Making Sense, The Fritz, LITZ, Brokedown Hustlers, Grand Ole' Ditch, Fletcher's Grove, Urban Pioneers, The Hillbilly Gypsies, The Blind Owl Band, The Primate Fiasco, Gallows Bound, PitchBlak Brass Band, The Hornitz, Black Masala, Cousin Earth, The Woodshedders, The Judy Chops, The Jakob's Ferry Stragglers, The Plate Scrapers, Mountain Ride, The Dirty Grass Players, Swampcandy, The Fox Hunt, Bumper Jacksons, Still Hand String Band, Better Off Dead, Empire Strikes Brass, The Rad Trads, David Via, Colebrook Road, Rivers, The Brummy Brothers, Mama Corn, Drymill Road, Freedom Enterprise, National Headliner, Bats Dynamic String Band, The Kind Thieves, Uncle Jake & the 18 Wheel Gang, The Rusty Haywhackers, Plank Stompers, Serene Green, Tongue in Cheek, Red Clay Revival, Mateo Monk, Red Light Rodeo, Luke Johnson Band, Squaring the Circle, Zydeco Jed, Hillbilly Carnival, Johnson's Crossroads, Herb & Hanson, The Acoustic Burgoo, Fiery Deep, Hazlow, The Reckoning, Kozma, Craig Miller Band, Jody Mosser Band, Back Creek Valley Boys, The Allegheny Ramblers, John R Miller, The Funk Family Tree, Tim Cintron Project, Mudcracker, The Gypsy Ramblers, Sweet Maple Singers, The Folk'n Right Band