You may recall Flambeau Fest that was held October of 2017 in Gonzalez. The planned two-day festival turned into one day due to Hurricane Nate.

Sam Hunt, Hank Williams Jr. and Lynyrd Skynyrd were among the headliners.

As you can imagine, the organizers of the event had quite a task on their collective hands dealing with refunds and make goods.

Many ticketholders from last year could choose upgraded tickets for the next festival. The 2018 Flambeau Fest did not happen, and many of those ticket holders were upset with the lack of communication.

However, good news is on the way. Plans are underway for Flambeau Fest 2.

 

Additionally, the following email was sent out to last year's ticket holders that were promised upgrades for the next festival:

To all of Year One Flambeau Fest's very patient and loyal ticket holders,

We wanted to reach out to you first with the news & plans for FLAMBEAU FEST 2:

In order to escape hurricane season forever, FLAMBEAU FEST will now be planned for MARCH going forward.

We're excited to bring back great music and better weather. ALL UPGRADES will be honored, with great appreciation from our team.

As we watch Hurricane Florence approach the US, with more storms brewing, the Flambeau Team shares memories of Hurricane Nate from last year, and we send strength to our East Coast fans. Please be safe.

If you'd like to reply back with a current mailing address, we will make sure you get everything you need when the time comes.

We will be posting this update this evening, but we felt strongly that our loyal ticket holders should receive the update first, before the media.

More info to follow on FF2!

With great excitement and appreciation,

The Flambeau Fest Team

As soon as we find out who's playing and the other details, we will be the first to let you know.