Join Us for Jammin with Save the Dunes 2019
Held in beautiful Michigan City Washington Park Ampitheater
What is Jammin with Save the Dunes?
Jammin is our signature fundraiser which brings hundreds of dunes lovers to beautiful Washington Park in Michigan City on the Lake Michigan shoreline. The festival features many of your favorite local breweries, local wineries and local food. We also are delighted to feature four awesome bands that will have your family dancing the night away! Jammin is Michigan City's largest music festival and an event you won't want to miss! Should you attend, not only will you be guaranteed to have a good time, but you will also be supporting an amazing cause-- the ongoing protection of Northwest Indiana's environment!
Entertainment Line Up: Who is playing?
STEALIN THE FARM
ROBERT ROLFE FEDDERSEN
Food, Beer, and Wine: What's on the menu?
Currently, we're in the process of lining up eats and treats for the event. After lots of feedback from last year, we're expanding our foot selections and availability. Be sure to check back soon as we add to our list.
Can I bring my family? Yes, absolutely!
One of our favorite features of Jammin with Save the Dunes is our Kid's Zone - a dedicated area for youth of all ages to play games and participate in many free activities. This zone is open from 4:00pm - 8:00pm. Remember, children 12 and under get in free!
Don't miss the opportunity to get tickets cheaper by purchasing them online in advance. Adults are $20 online and $25 at the door. Children 12 and under are free. Opportunities to purchase a Save the Dunes' membership with ticket discounts are available.
Calling All Volunteers for Event Help!
Jammin with Save the Dunes is only possible with the help of dedicated volunteers to help serve drinks, take tickets, run our Kid's zone, set up and take down, and more. If you're a real go-getter who would like to help out with the event (It will earn you free entry and a drink on us!), please contact us as soon as possible. Your help means the world to us!
Photos Courtesy of My Michigan City