Festival Schedule

We’re so excited to welcome you to the Wild Things Festival this weekend at Lily Springs Farm. Have you gotten your ticket yet?

How do I get there? Here’s a link to directions. Need a ride or have one to offer? Post carpool opportunities on the event page.

What’s happening when? You’re welcome to come to the farm from 2 pm onward on Saturday. You can choose your own adventures—canoeing, stand-up paddleboarding, log rolling, kayaking, swimming, hiking, yard games – anytime. Participate in a poetry workshop, and an ongoing homebrewing demo and community-based art project.

Live music starts at 5 pm with Lynn O’Brien & Steven Hobert, Nightingales Trio at dinner, followed by Mississippi Driftwood, Wailing Loons], and ending the night with a live karaoke Superjam Singalong. Here’s a full schedule of the weekend ahead:
8:30 AM Check in for Bike Ride SPOKES Bike Walk Connect
9:00 AM Bike Ride leaves SPOKES Bike Walk Connect
2:00 PM Welcome! Lily Springs Farm
Ongoing Choose your own adventure
Collaborative Art Garage
Homebrewing Presentation Lower Barn
5:00 PM Lynn O’Brien and the Lanterns Grainary
6:00 PM Dinner Farmhouse
6:15 PM Nightingales Trio Grainary
7:20 PM Poetry Workshop with Crxo Apollo Lake
7:45 PM Mississippi Driftwood Grainary
9:15 PM Wailing Loons Grainary
10:00 PM Wild Earth Wood-Fired Pizza Barn
10:30 PM Live Karaoke Super Jam Grainary
7:00 AM Coffee Available Farmhouse
8 – 10:00 AM Breakfast is served Farmhouse
9 – 10:00 AM Yoga Clearing
10:30 AM Bike ride leaves Clearing
12:00 PM Farewell!

What’s there to eat? Snacks and beverages will be available right when you get to the farm, and dinner will be served between 6 and 7 pm, with late-night wood-fired pizza and a s’mores bar. On Sunday, start your day with coffee at 7 am and a farm breakfast from 8 – 10 am. We’ll also have beer on tap starting at 4 pm.  A big thanks to all our generous donors.

What do I need to bring? Bring a swim suit and towel if you’d like to take a dip, rain jacket, water bottle, sunscreen and/or bug spray. You may want to bring a camp chair or blanket to sit on.
Staying the night? We suggest bringing a tent, sleeping bag, headlamp, and other overnight gear. Or you can bid on spending the night in a farmhouse bedroom in our silent auction!
Volunteering? Check in at the registration table by the farmhouse at the beginning of your shift.