It is with a heavy heart that we announce that Cornstock 2019 will be cancelled. Our fearless leader and beloved founder, Anthony, is dealing with a very serious health issue, and we must focus on his well-being. We will miss all of you this year, but look forward to 2020 being a year of good health and celebration.
When does the gate open?
The gate opens Thursday at 5 pm. There is an additional $10 free for Thursday arrival. Additional gate times are Friday at 9 am, Saturday at 9 am, and Sunday at 10 am. Check out is Monday at 11 am.
Are pets allowed?
Yes, well behaved pets are permitted at the periphery of the stage areas and in the campground and should be leashed.
What are the music times?
Friday 3 pm-12 am. Saturday 11 am-12 am. Sunday 11 am-5:30 pm. There are also workshops, jams, and kids activities all weekend.
Can I buy tickets at the gate?
Yes, tickets will be available for purchase at the gate.
Can I use a credit card to buy tickets at the gate?
Yes. There will be a nominal fee for the use of a credit card at the gate.
Are children free?
Yes, children 15 and under are free with an adult.
Where is Cornstock located?
Lazybrook Park in Tunkhannock, PA. Please see our location page for directions.
Is there an extra fee for a large RV or camper?
No, all primitive camping is included with the purchase of weekend pass. There is an additional fee for an electric camping site.
Will there be alcohol for sale?
No, Cornstock is a BYOB event.
Will there be a large public viewing tent for the audience?
No, Cornstock does not provide a public tent. However, there is a large gazebo and shade trees in the viewing area. Personal umbrellas and small canopies are allowed at the periphery of the stage area.
Can I camp at the park Sunday night?
Yes, camping on Sunday night is allowed for ticketed attendees. Please be cleaned up and out of the park by Monday at 11 am.
Will re-entry be allowed?
Yes, festival attendees can leave the park and reenter.
Does the festival sell out?
No, the park is large and we have plenty of room for everyone. Electric camping spots sell out, but there is plenty of primitive camping.
Is food and beverage for sale?
Yes, there are many food vendors selling a variety of food and drink including vegan options. Alcohol will not be for sale. Cornstock is BYOB.
Is there a rain date?
No, Cornstock is a rain or shine event. All ticket sales are final.
How big are campsites?
There are no designated camp site sizes. Attendees can use a reasonable amount of space.
What utilities are available at the campground?
There is a potable water fill station and limited electric camping sites. Port-a-johns are conveniently located throughout the park. Ice and firewood will be available for purchase. There is no dump station or showers at the park. Cozy Creek Campgound is close and has a dump station and shower house for a fee. Please check their website for details.
Is there an ATM?
No. The front gate will accept credit cards for a nominal additional fee. Nearby Shadowbrook Resort has an ATM.
Is there cell service?
Yes, there is good cell service at Lazybrook.
Are campfires allowed?
Yes, campfires are allowed in a fire ring (not provided). Please leave only your footprints.
Are bicycles and golf carts allowed?
What do I do with my camping garbage and recycling?
Please take your garbage and recycling to the dumpster/recylcing area on your way out of the park. Leave only your footprints.
I prefer to stay in a hotel. Any recommendations?
If camping isn’t ideal for you, be sure to check out The Prince Hotel in Tunkhannock. Ask for the Cornstock rate.