Get ready to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Suwannee Hulaween this October 26-29! This annual music and camping festival takes place over Halloween weekend at the picturesque Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida. It’s a four-day extravaganza that promises a unique blend of incredible music performances, vibrant themes and costumes, and a lively atmosphere you’ll remember forever.
Camp at Hulaween
For the ultimate festival experience, camping at Suwannee Hulaween is the way to go. A 4-Day GA pass includes Primitive Camping, giving you the opportunity to immerse yourself fully in the festival’s magic. Camping at the music park allows you to be in the heart of the action, surrounded by fellow festival-goers, where you can fully experience the community spirit that Hulaween is known for.
Designated areas will be provided for Primitive Camping, with campsites available on a first-come, first-served basis. The on-site camp hosts will be there to assist you in finding a suitable camping spot, answer any questions, and address any concerns you may have, ensuring an enjoyable and hassle-free camping experience.
Car/RV passes are not included in your 4-day event ticket. If you wish to bring your vehicle into the campgrounds, you must purchase the appropriate pass separately. Additionally, it’s important to respect the festival guidelines and avoid camping in prohibited areas.
If all the festival camping spots are booked when you arrive, there are other camping options nearby in Lake City. As an added bonus, you can spend an extra day or two exploring the surrounding area of springs and lakes as you camp and hike in the area.
The Spirit Treehouse is also available for rent, but not for mainstage events. Consider spending an extra day before or after the festival to get the most from this outdoor experience.
Day Pass at Hulaween
While camping at Suwannee Hulaween is a fantastic way to fully immerse yourself in the festival experience, day passes are also available for those who prefer a different option. If camping isn’t your thing or you simply prefer a more comfortable stay, you can opt for a day pass and explore the festival during the day while staying elsewhere at night, like a hotel in Lake City.
Explore Your Surroundings
The Suwannee Music Park is located in a region brimming with natural beauty and cultural attractions, making it the perfect opportunity to extend your stay and explore Florida’s Springlands. You may want to consider staying a few extra days at The Blanche, a historic hotel located in downtown Lake City. It’s charming and comfortable with easy access to the festival grounds.
Beyond the festival, take some time to explore downtown Lake City through a local dining experience and head into nature to explore the surrounding wonders. North Florida is renowned for its stunning springs, such as Ichetucknee Springs, Falmouth Springs, and Ginnie Springs. These natural oases offer opportunities for floating and simply enjoying the serenity of nature.
If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, you’ll want to make time for activities like kayaking, paddleboarding, or hiking around the various lakes and trails in the region. You’ll find plenty of opportunities to connect with nature and rejuvenate your spirit.
Suwannee Hulaween at Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park is more than just a music festival. It’s a totally immersive experience that celebrates art, creativity, and community. Whether you choose to camp on the festival grounds, opt for a day pass and explore other accommodations, or extend your stay to discover the surrounding natural wonders, Suwannee Hulaween promises an extraordinary adventure filled with music, magic, and memories. Prepare for festival nights filled with unforgettable fun at the 10th-anniversary celebration of Suwannee Hulaween!