When Is Three Stacks Music Festival?
Saturday, June 23, 2018. Doors open at 2pm, music starts soon after, and the event runs until 11pm, with a GTG Records afterparty taking place at the reo town marketplace until 2am!
Where does the festival take place?
The 1100 block of South Washington Ave. in the REO Town neighborhood of Lansing, Michigan. The street will be closed with the music stage, beer tentS, and food trucks inside the fence. We are hosting a pop-up market at the REO TOWN MARKETPLACE, as well as musical performances at the robin theatre!
Where can I park?
park for free in city lots, in legal street spots, ride your bike over (don't CHAIN IT TO THE FESTIVAL FENCe, please!), or take an Uber or Lyft over to 1101 S. Washington.
What if I get hungry? Thirsty?
See our food and drink page!
What all can I do while at the festival?
Three Stacks is more than just music! Throughout the day, shade and local wares will be available at a pop-up market at the REO Town Marketplace, featuring locally made art, vintage clothing, music memorabilia, and more. And just outside the festival gates, independent record store The Record Lounge will have specials on vinyl records from acts on the bill and so many more. see our stuff to do page for more info!
Where can I get tickets?
Tickets are $30 in advance, and are available online right here. they can also be purchased in person at the Record Lounge or the Fusion Shows office in REO Town, Flat Black and Circular in East Lansing, Vertigo Music in Grand Rapids, UHF Music in Royal Oak, and The Crofoot box office in Pontiac. they will be available at the door for $35.00 cash or credit.
I want to get involved! How do I contact you?
Shoot Nate an email at email@example.com and he’ll get back to you soon! Booking is closed for 2018. But sponsorships are available! Click here for more information!
Why is the event called Three Stacks?
The iconic stacks of the Eckert Power Plant can be seen for miles in any directions when entering Lansing, and are just west of the festival grounds. We’re inspired by seeing the massive man-made structures out of our office window every day, and though we’re ready to move on from coal power, we’re appreciative of and awed by the majesty of the 60 year old, 615 feet tall smokestacks (the area’s tallest self-supporting structures), affectionately nicknamed Wynken, Blynken, and Nod, after the 1889 Eugene Field children’s poem.