Everyone at Festival of the Lakes is excited to announce that as of today the 2021 fest is a go! Even though the global pandemic required the cancelation of the 2020 Festival, we’ve re-grouped and are ready to bring you the best live music festival in Northwest Indiana from July 14-18th. While it is too early to predict what July 2021 will bring, we anticipate tremendous progress as the vaccination continues to be available and people are regaining the ability to gather in groups in public safely.
For the latest updates, be sure to regularly check their Facebook page and register for an account on their website at FestivalOfTheLakes.com for all up-to-date announcements.
In the meantime, plan on attending the Festival this July 14-18. They are working on a musical line-up you simply will not want to miss! Announcements for bands and when VIP Experience passes will come as early as late March or early April so make sure to sign up for notifications by getting an account at FestivalOfTheLakes.com. We will continue to share announcements and safety protocols as they become available. We look forward to seeing you at the Fest! #FOTL2021
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