Spaghettifest 11

Spaghettifest is one of the great home-grown music festivals of the Shenandoah Valley. Hosted by the funk mob Midnight Spaghetti & The Chocolate G-Strings, the annual charitable event brings together a thriving community of music lovers and outstanding bands of innumerable genres.

Spaghettifest boasts three stages with over 40 bands along with artisans, vendors, and art installations.

Each year, all festival proceeds are donated to a selected charity. This year, we are proud to announce that we are donating all our proceeds to The Smashing Walnuts Foundation.

When she was nine years old, Gabriella Miller was diagnosed with a walnut-sized inoperable brain tumor. Gabriella's family literally began smashing walnuts with a frying plan as a symbolic gesture to support her battle against her tumor. Through public speaking engagements and fundraising efforts, Gabriella quickly became a national childhood cancer advocate. Soon, people around the country began smashing walnuts in support of Gabriella and her efforts. Since her diagnosis in November 2012, Gabriella has helped raise $275,000 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, $15,000 for a childhood brain tumor foundation, spoken at a variety of local and national awareness events and has authored a special writing in a children's book about cancer, Beamer Learns About Cancer by Cindy Chambers, to be released September 2013. Gabriella's energy and passion to help others motivated her to launch Smashing Walnuts Foundation, dedicated to finding a cure to childhood cancer.

"You may have a bad day today, but there's always a bright shining star to look forward to tomorrow." Gabriella

The Bands

Midnight Spaghetti and the Chocolate G-Strings

MICHAEL GLABICKI of Rusted Root

THE KELLY BELL BAND

MURPHY'S KIDS

THE JUDY CHOPS

THE FIGHTING JAMESONS

THE HOUND DOG FAMILY BAND

THE WAVOS, THE TRANSMITTERS

CLYDE WRENN, The Unfortunate Sons

Bryan Elijah Smith and The Wild Hearts

Steal the Prize, The Volstead Agents, The Travelin' Hillbillies, Lost Indian, Mammoth Indigo, The Dawn Drapes,Dr.How , Philaphonix,

Barling Collins

Fat Tuesday and the New Custards, Chris Hall, Dan Cunningham, Jaguardini, Fight Cloud, Matt Jones and The Bobs, 6 Track Amateur, Ashleigh Chevalier, and more.

Get Tickets

$60 pre-sale / $70 door

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  • All tickets purchased online are WILL CALL, bring photo ID or printed purchase receipt to claim at the gate.
  • Spaghettifest is an all ages event, children under 6 are admitted free of charge.
  • Tickets are for the entire weekend including camping, no partial tickets are available.
  • Re-entry to the festival is only permitted with provided wristband.
  • Lost tickets cannot be replaced.
  • All tickets are non-refundable.

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At the Festival

  • The park opens at noon on Friday 9/27 and closes at 5 p.m. on 9/29
  • Updated Parking for festival patrons is conveniently located right outside the venue this year.
  • Be prepared for the weather, the festival is rain or shine.
  • Leave your glass bottles, weapons, fireworks, and controlled substances at home.
  • All campsites are first come, first serve.
  • Groups wishing to camp together should plan to arrive together.
  • Portable toilets will be available for use.
  • Keep fires in the designated areas.
  • Keep your pets on a leash and clean up after them.
  • Preserve the site by recycling and using the available bathrooms.
  • Photography and audio/video recording are permitted for personal use only.