From delicious food to fabulous regional art, Cornstock offers a variety of experiences to enjoy along with the music. So jump in and participate.
For up-close and intimate sessions with seasoned pros, check out Cornstock’s free workshops. Banjo, fiddle, mandolin, guitar, jamming, percussion, and music therapy are just some of the workshops that will be held. Check back in August for a full workshop schedule.
Peruse, be inspired, and take home works of art from regional artists. Artists interested in participating should check out the Get Involved page for more information.
Browse, shop, and eat at unique indie-craft and food booths. Cornstock boasts hand-crafted jewelry, upcycled clothing, tie dyes, gems and stones, soy candles, croche and macrame creations, a variety of food and drinks and more! Vendors interested in participating should check out our Get Involved page.
Cornstock wouldn’t be complete without lots of jamming. So, if campsite jamming isn't enough or you just want to meet new friends, come to the jam pavilion. There will be jamming all weekend long!
Cornstock is a great place to bring children. Our Kid’s Zone will offer a wide variety of activities for kids of all ages throughout the entire festival weekend. Bouncy slide and inflatable obstacle course (Saturday & Sunday), arts and crafts, games and toys, sing-alongs, and instrument demonstrations are just some of the fun activities. Check back in August for a full schedule of kids' activities.
Steamtown yoga is designed to restore and strengthen, optimizing the health, balance, and harmony of your body, mind and spirit. Light your Inner Fire with Steamtown Yoga Friday evening with "glow yoga" and Saturday & Sunday morning with live music.
Lazy Brook Park is a gorgeous park nestled in the Endless Mountains of PA. Take a dip in the pristine creek, stroll on the walking trails, or take the kids over to the playground.
For those who want to explore beyond the park, the Endless Mountains Region is filled with outstanding historic and scenic sites. Only ten miles away, the Tunkhannock Creek Viaduct is not to be missed!