PFAC presents the 6th Annual Soundcheck Mini-Music Festival on Saturday June 29 at 5 pm in the American Legion Park in Pinedale, WY (free!)
It's that time of the year again. The Pinedale Fine Arts Council will be presenting the sixth annual Soundcheck Mini-Music Fest on June 29, 2013 in the American Legion Park in Pinedale (5 p.m., free). Sound Check was first conceived five years ago following PFAC's purchase of a new sound system via grant monies from the Wyoming Cultural Trust. The inagural event was a hit so it became an annual festival with attendance growing each year. This is sure to be the music event of the summer so mark the date on the calendar, dust off your cooler and camp chairs and come listen to some great music!
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Can I bring a cooler with alcohol and food to the festival?
Yes. In fact we encourage it. Soundcheck is a unique music-fest in that we don't charge you for over-priced drinks and concessions. You're free to bring what ever you like as long as you are considerate! Please throw away your food and empty drinks.
2. Can I bring my dog to the festival?
If your dog is cool and doesn't distract, bark a lot or bite random festival goers then by all means bring the dogs. The more the merrier. If your dog gets in fights with other dogs, bites kids and is a general nuisannce we'd prefer that you left him at home.
3. Where can I stay (hotel, motel, B&B)?
Please check out this link which will list all lodging options near American Legion Park: > Lodging in Pinedale
4. Where can I camp?
Camping is not permitted in American Legion Park but seeings as how Pinedale is the gateway to the Winds there are plenty of places to camp. Check out this link:
> Camping in or near Pinedale
5. If there food/drink available at the festival?
Yes. St. Andrews on the Pine (episcopal Church) will be serving grilled hamburgers/hot dogs and soft-drinks directly across Main St. from American Legion Park.
6. How should I dress?
This is Wyoming kids, it gets cold at night so bring a coat if you're planning on staying out past 9 p.m.