Camping Info

Our crew is busy getting the campground areas ready.  Camping opens July 7 at 10 a.m. (until 10 p.m.).  Please visit the campground booth at the entrance to the main festival area when you arrive in town.  Please be ready to present your tickets or confirmation of ticket purchase at the booth. If you are a volunteer we’ll need your name to reference it against our volunteer masterlist. Our camping staff will then either direct you to your site if you have reserved a campsite, or tell direct you to the available sites/overflow areas where you can camp.

If you have reserved tickets and would like to camp beside other families who have also purchased reserved camping, you can send one person ahead with ALL of the reserved camping tickets.  They can set up a tent on each reserved spot.

If you haven’t reserved a spot you can select one site, or a reasonable amount of space (ie. 20 x 20 ft) in the open field areas we have closer to the lake

One overflow area is between the festival grounds and the Lake  – it is suitable for truck-top campers, vans and tents.  The other overflow area is past the airstrip.  It’s less than a 10 min bikeride from downtown, so if you’d like more space, bring your bikes!!!

Our camping staff will be answer your questions (at least the camping related ones) when you arrive.

The sun is shining in Atlin!!!! See you soon.

PS/ Don’t forget to bring a small metal or wood item to affix to our community art project!




Please spread the word. We will not be releasing any additional tickets at the gate.

The Line-Up 2014 is online!

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This was 2013 …




The Atlin Arts & Music Festival 2013 …

was a huuuuuuuge success – audience members, musicians and artists alike had a wonderful time. Several people have commented that this was the best festival yet, and that this is THE northern festival to play.

Over 2,500 people flocked to Atlin to enjoy the 2012 Atlin Arts and Music Festival. The parade of vehicles started on Thursday, and continued well into Friday evening with our campground almost reaching capacity by Friday noon.

A huge thank you to Dorothy Odian and Tarahne Park, the Atlin Historical Society (Globe Theatre and benches), Anna Weirs (Kershaws), and those who manage St. Martins Church. Thanks also to the hundreds of individuals and organizations who volunteered, supported us financially and/or opened their homes to billet tech staff and musicians.  Marjoke at My Table once again treated our guests to delicious meals which fuelled the fine energy of our festival.  Special thanks to all our sponsors!

The biggest thank you goes out to our wonderful team and the people of Atlin. Thank you for opening your community to the festival and those who travel here to enjoy the music, art and beauty of your home.

Atlin, you rock!