Hutchinson, MN 55350
Are you a fan of great music, fun activities, river-side views, camping, and delicious food and beverages? Grab your family and your tent – RiverSong Music Festival is something you don’t want to miss!
In 2007 the official RiverSong group was formed – their focus would be to provide, “a high-quality music and art festival experience in a natural and sustainable community setting,” but the first event wouldn’t take place until two years later in 2009. RiverSong will host its tenth music festival this July; it has grown to be a successful, highly-anticipated, community centric event that takes place each summer in Hutchinson, Minnesota.
If you’re a local resident looking for a chance to getaway this summer, you may not even have to leave the city limits. Stay on the campgrounds, experience the outdoors, listen to live music from different times and genres, enjoy a walk along the river, grab a bite to eat, take in a delicious beverage – there is something for everyone at RiverSong.
The festival prides itself on being a family-friendly and affordable event. There is free parking, free bike check, and free water available. Your kids can enjoy activities or listen to the kid-friendly musicians. RiverSong also features genres ranging from blues, rock, indie, country, Americana – you name it. You are bound to enjoy classic songs and find new favorites.
RiverSong is a favorite event for many locals, but brings in many of out-of-town guests as well, which is great for the Hutchinson community. The event gives people a reason to visit, shop, and explore our great town. RiverSong also leverages the wide array of strong community assets that are available. Many local businesses sponsor and support the event each year.
What does RiverSong enjoy most about their Chamber membership?
“RiverSong appreciates the continual support, volunteers and engagement from the Chamber. Our Hutchinson Area Chamber helps sell tickets and spread the word about our festival. It is also helpful getting the word out to surrounding communities with programs like the Tourism Marketing Grant which we utilize for our billboards and print ads.”