What Are The Best Music Festivals to Attend With Your RV?

Looking for something exciting to do with your RV? We’ve pondered all kinds of ways you can use your rig, which brought us to the question, what are the best music festivals to attend with your RV? We’ve done some research and made a comprehensive list for you! Check it out and discover just how many you want to add to your list!

Electric Forest

Just down the road from TerryTown RV in Rothbury, MI is the Electric Forest Music Festival. This four-day event is usually held at the end of July and offers music from jam and electronic bands. Not only can you listen to music, but they also have art from many artists and a crafts area where you can make your own! You can also enjoy hot air balloon rides, a huge ferris wheel, and tons of vendors and food! You can camp right at Electric Forest with your RV.

Summer Camp

This three-day event in Chillicothe, IL brings in more than 20K people and hosts around 100 different bands each year! Held every Memorial Day weekend, you can hit this festival with your RV and stay on site. With bands like Moe, Umphrey’s McGee, Willie Nelson, and Widespread Panic, you can expect to find a variety of performances on the stages here!

Firefly Music Festival

Held at Dover International Speedway, this four-day festival has seven stages with various performers that offer electronic, indie, and rock music. Here you can also find an arcade tent, arts and crafts tents, a place to relax in hammocks, a silent rave, and a coffee house. This is another festival where you can stay onsite with your RV.

The Peach

Held in August in Scranton, PA this four day Bluegrass and rock festival has room for your RV! When attending this festival you get access to Montage Mountain Ski Resort, which they turn into a water park for the summer! They also have a restaurant and lots of vendors where you can get tasty food, bars & merchandise, a lodge, showers and lockers, A VIP Club and much more!


This is a contemporary music festival but it’s a little different than most! BeachGlow has a mission to educate and is a non-profit organization! All proceeds go to reputable charities! The festival moves around from year to year so you have to check out their site to see where they’ll be! They don’t offer camping on site at the festival but they do have an entire page dedicated to campgrounds found near the festival area!


With genres like country, blues, Irish, and much more, this is a hot festival no matter what you like! The best thing is, this is another event that is a non-profit and the proceeds all go to outreach, the local food co-op, and scholarships! Hitch up your RV and head to Remus, MI in September for some great camping and music!

Imagine Music Festival

Held in Atlanta, this late August event is an electronic dance music festival. The venue is not always the same but the Atlanta Motor Speedway has been the venue for a few years. This is a 3-day festival where you can camp with your RV, eat to your heart’s content, and shop the many vendors who participate.


Get your groove on at this four-day festival held in 700 acres of Tennessee nature! Bonnaroo offers an array of music with previous artists such as Pearl Jam, Macklemore, Billy Joel, Elton John, Kanye West, and Jack Johnson. You’ll also find activities like a water fountain to cool off in, interactive arts, slides, a comedy theater, a cinema, and much more! You can even camp right on the grounds of the festival with your RV!

Telluride Blues & Brews Festival

If you like the blues and beer this is the festival for you! Held in Telluride, CO, this three-day event brings bands that deliver blues, funk, jam, indie, rock, gospel, and soul! You can even bring the kids as they have special activities for them, craft vendors, and late night shows for the adults! Hitch up your RV and head to Telluride in September for a great experience you’ll never forget!

RVing can be more than just a stay in the woods! Hit up your preferred festivals with the creature comforts of home! These are just some of the great festivals that you can attend with an RV. What are some of your favorite RV-friendly music festivals? Let us know!

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