Maplewoodstock 2020 postponed
It is with great sadness, but also optimism, to announce that due to COVID-19 and the resulting restrictions around social gatherings we have made the decision to postpone the 2020 Maplewoodstock Music and Arts Festival until the weekend of October 3 and 4, 2020. While there is a chance that the social distancing/social gathering restrictions may be lifted by mid-summer, out of an abundance of caution and concern for the safety of our fellow community members we felt that postponing until the fall was the prudent decision to make.
We are optimistic that, once again, we will have a fantastic weekend with music, art, beer, wine, food and most importantly an opportunity to celebrate our amazing community.
We will be contacting all of you who have already committed your support for this year’s festival, including advertisers, sponsors, bands, and vendors very soon.
Please be safe and healthy. As always thank you, friends and neighbors, for your support of the Maplewoodstock Music and Arts Festival.
Thanks to all the people who came out for our 2019 festival: musicians, vendors, volunteers, attendees, public safety and public works crews, etc. The nine-member Maplewoodstock Organizing Committee will be taking a few days off to recover before starting planning our 2020 event.
Watch our social media sites for some more updates of photos/videos in the coming weeks.
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Folks, the nine volunteers behind the Maplewoodstock could not be more proud of the annual two-day free festival we bring to our community every year. Known or not, we raise nearly 100% of the funds to power this festival every single year — hiring a professional sound stage, booking headline acts, manufacturing t-shirts, etc. Your support — your purchase of our t-shirts, your support of our advertisers and sponsors, your patronage of our arts and food vendors — make this festival possible.