I have received many inquiries about camping availability at the 2013 Boots and Hearts Music Festival. I think it’s only fair that I share this special message to my readers. Like thousands of others, I am very excited to attend and I’m hoping that there is a campsite available not too far from the venue.
I will keep all of my readers posted as the date approaches.
” The support and demand for Boots and Hearts tickets and camping this year has been amazing and absolutely unprecedented for a second year festival. For that we are extremely grateful to those of you who have helped us spread the word by rallying your friends and families to come enjoy the weekend with you in 2013.
We have said from the beginning that we will do everything within our power to make this the best country music festival in the world with unique on-site experiences that represent southern Ontario well to country music lovers from around the globe. We’re proud to announce that we’ve already had country fans from every Province, 16 States, and 3 other foreign countries purchase tickets to come and experience Boots and Hearts with all of us this August.
Although we’re excited that there has been enough interest in Boots and Hearts that tickets at each previous level have sold out, as well as all of our camping options, we are continuing to work with the municipality, venue, and local officials to secure additional camping options for those of you that were unable to purchase a campsite prior to the sell out.
In sticking with the heart of country music and this festival, we will not be increasing our ticket price point or releasing our day tickets as planned on April 2, 2013. The three-day general admission tickets will remain at $229.99 as we are committed to getting in the trenches with you until we have more clarity on additional camping. As soon as we have an update we will advise everyone accordingly.
We will continue to provide updates via email and social media and hope to have more news to share with you in the coming weeks. Thank you again for embracing Boots and Hearts and all things country. “