Check out the grounds with this fly-over drone video!
Join us for another year at the Prairie Pothole Music Festival. If you are new to camping music festivals check out this festival camping checklist for great ideas on what to bring. We always ask that you avoid glass containers of any sort, bring plenty of water, and please recycle and dispose of any waste of course!
The Prairie Pothole includes Vendors, Swimming, Music (of course) and Camping.
Aurora Knolls is located 6 miles North of Anamoose, ND.
You've got questions, we've got answers!
This is a cash only event.
This is an 18+ event only!
You can view pricing and purchase tickets on our tickets page.
Gates open at noon on the first day of the festival.
Thursday (July 21st)
8am-12pm - Vendors Only
12pm-12am - General Admission
Friday (July 22nd)
Saturday (July 23rd)
10am - 10pm
Tent Camping is included with your ticket and limited RV spots (unpowered) are available on a first come, first serve basis.
We are always looking for help from volunteers. If you would like to help out, please fill out a volunteer application!
We welcome vendors to fill out our Vendor Application. We do our best to ensure a diverse selection!
There are not! We recommend dry camping soap, or just be one with nature and the earth!
Camping spots are first come first serve.
Yes. All state and federal alcohol regulations apply. Must be of legal drinking age. We prefer and advise not to bring glass containers of any sort within reason. Please keep the grounds clean for everyone to enjoy!
No card processors are available at the gate. In addition there is no ATM on site. There is an ATM town nearby. We prefer to keep things simple!
No pets please!
Everyone needs a little rest to enjoy each days activities, there is no particular limitation on bringing amplified sound for your campsite. We only ask you be respectful of your neighbors. Prairie Pothole staff reserves the right to shut down any amplified music that is beyond reasonable usage.
Fire toys are allowed on the property. A fire circle will be established by our awesome fire team. In order to spin, you must attend the scheduled fire safety meeting. Fire toys will only be allowed in the fire circle when the tiki torches are lit. Please be safe and use discretion when using fire props.
We will follow all local and state COVID guidelines at the time of the event. We recommend getting vaccinated and wearing a mask as you feel comfortable and safe.
Booking Inquiries, Volunteer Opportunities, Vendor Requests, and Questions!