Who Gives A Fest: A Drive In Music Festival | September 11 & 12, 2020
- Cars will check in per Will Call List from App Purchase.
- Only 30 car passes available (limit 4 people per car) *Not all spots are perfectly flat*
- There will be 14 – VIP STAGE POD Sites for 6 people available. These are corralled PODS in front of the stage that fits 6 people in each POD. No Cars. BYO lawn chairs. Enjoy Real LIVE Music and Melt Your Face.
- No mingling between PODS allowed.
- Parking will be assigned on a first come first serve basis on show day. 15-foot tailgating distance between each vehicle. Bring your own lawn chair if you want to enjoy music next to your vehicle. No mingling between Cars.
- Attendees are REQUIRED to wear masks in all common areas (check-in, bathrooms, etc.)
- All staff will be masked and using hand sanitizer between all transactions.
- We will have porta-potties/hand sanitizing stations
- We ask that attendee’s practice social distancing & practice hand washing measures.
- No carry in alcohol allowed. Beer, Cider, Hard Seltzer, Hard Cider, Wine, NA Drinks or Bottled Water will be for sale at the gate or as part of our Car / POD Hop Services. Cars / PODS will be given a trash bag and a beer menu which will include a phone number to text your orders. Staff will be hand sanitizing between ALL transactions. Cash or Credit Card for additional beer purchases.
- There will also be Food Truck Carhop Services
- There will also be Merchandise Carhop Services
- No easy ups, no charcoal grills, no fires, and no dogs.
- In the event of cancellation before the music starts for any reason, we will refund all ticket purchases.
- We ask that people are packed up and out by 10:30 p.m.
The two day festival features local and regional musical acts including the Spaceheaters, ZAMMEK, Midwest Voltage, Gregg Hall and the Wrecking Ball, The Worst, Old Soul Society and more. The band Coyote Kid closes out Friday night and The Homeland Conspiracy will finish up Saturday Night of the festival.
Due to Covid 19, social distancing rules and regulations will be followed to allow for a safe music festival. The full list of rules and regulations is available at the Pearl Street Brewery website and app and include, contactless check-in, limited tickets, spaced pod sites for each group with 15-foot tailgating distance between each vehicle, sanitizing stations, and other precautions.
CAR ONE DAY: $60 per car (4 people per car max)
CAR WEEKEND PASS: $100 per car (4 people per car max)
VIP STAGE POD: $120 (6 people per POD max)
VIP STAGE POD WEEKEND PASS: $200 (6 people per POD max)
*BYO chairs & no car required.
Attendees to the show may grab tickets on the Pearl Street Brewery App:
About Who Gives A Fest
The purpose of “Who Gives A Fest” is twofold, the festival hopes to fill the void of live music in La Crosse, WI in the hopes of giving the local entertainment industry artists a chance to showcase themselves; while raising money for the Sprout for Kids Foundation to help area bars and restaurants affected by the Covid 19 shutdown. Funds will also be shared with Punk Rock Saves Lives who focus their work on Human Rights, Equal Rights, Health Concerns, and more. One of the keystones of the music community, especially Punk Rock, is the ethos of taking care of one another. By championing this ethos through various campaigns, each hand-chosen by the artists, Punk Rock Saves Lives can elevate their messages of hope, activism, and change to effect positive change and drive awareness.
Cinematic is the word most often used to describe Minneapolis based Coyote Kid (FKA Marah in the Mainsail). The sound is dark and mysterious at its core. With layers upon layers of dynamic turns, from the hopeful highs of “Fox hole” to the guttural darkness of “the Great Beyond’. Between Durry’s true grit voice, and Cassandra’s tender subtlety, you’ll find a vast array of narrative and stylistic possibilities. With imposing and wild jungle drums, soaring brass horns, growling bass, and shimmering spaghetti western guitars.
The Homeland Conspiracy is an intensely driven rock band that formed in the underbelly of the Midwest as a voice of reason in early 2011. Self-classified as an “aggressively progressive wake up call to the modern music agenda.” The Homeland Conspiracy says what they mean in songs like The Bailout, River Killer and 60 To Thrive. Each song is different from the next and you’ll hear influences from bands such as Helmet, Queens Of The Stone Age, Black Flag, U2 and Rage Against The Machine. Collectively T.H.C. shares 30+ years performing experience and remains active in their communities by playing charities and helping those in need. They have shared the stage with several national acts such as The Midnight Ghost Train, Royal Bliss, Another Lost Year and Lullwater.
What: Who Gives A Fest
When: September 11 & 12, 2020
Where: Pearl Street Brewery (parking lot) – 1401 St Andrew St, La Crosse, WI 54603
Tickets: Purchase on the App Here