Founded in 2018, Bastrop Music Festival is a four-day live music festival that includes around 40 shows at venues throughout Bastrop. Shows run simultaneously at the various venues with nighttime shows starting at approximately 6 p.m. and ending at closing time. Daytime activities are free and open to the public and include live music at the box office location and free shows specifically geared toward children. A variety of musical genres are represented in the lineup, offering something for nearly every musical taste. Past artists have included Charley Crockett, Jack Ingram, The Peterson Brothers, Reckless Kelly, and Shinyribs.
Wristbands are on sale now and will be available to purchase online up to the start of Bastrop Music Festival. During the festival weekend, wristbands will be available at the BMF box office.
Wristbands are four-day passes that include access to all shows. However, venues have varying capacity restrictions. If the capacity limit is reached, it’ll be one-in, one-out.
If capacity permits, there will be tickets sold at the door of each venue that are good for that one night at that venue only. An attendee wanting to go to another venue or on another night can pay at the door each time, but the far better value is the festival wristband.
All Bastrop Music Festival shows are open to all ages. Anyone age 5 and up needs a wristband.
Tickets will not be mailed. Instead, each attendee can pick up their wristbands at the Bastrop Music Festival box office. The person who paid for the passes will need to present a government issued picture I.D. (driver’s license, passport). Your online receipt is helpful, but not required. If multiple passes were ordered at the same time, only the person who bought the tickets needs to be present to pick up the wristbands.The box office location will be announced before the festival, and those who’ve purchased passes will receive an email with instructions.
Yes! If you’re interested in volunteering, please complete this form. We are grateful for the hard work and service that volunteers put into turning the wheels of Bastrop Music Festival. Volunteers will receive one wristband in exchange for each four-hour shift they work.