Limited pod passes on-sale now to the Aug. 28-29 drive-in edition of the Whoop & Hollar Folk Festival to be held at the Portage Ex grounds.
Festival admission is only available to those who pre-register and are part of a pre-registered pod. Walk-ups or drive-ups will not be allowed in.
Anyone wishing to attend the drive-in festival must secure a “pod pass” for either themselves or a group of up to five other passengers (max. six individuals per pod).
Limited pod passes went on sale (online only) for just $10/vehicle on Saturday, Aug. 8 at the festival’s website. Individuals within each pod are encouraged to make a donation to the festival, also on the website.
Pods are defined as a 20′ x 20′ space for one vehicle and an open viewing area to the left of the vehicle. Occupants of each pod must be from the same household and/or social bubble, and stay within their pod at all times when at the festival (unless to use the restroom).
Be sure to bring your own food and water for a picnic within your pod, as there are no food services on the grounds.
THE REVEREND RAMBLER
Blues / Country / Punk Winnipeg, MB Friday @ 7 p.m.
Folk / Roots / Francophone / Singer-Songwriter Winnipeg, MB Friday @ 8:30 p.m.
Soul / Roots / Rock Winnipeg, MB Friday @ 10 p.m.
ED & RHEA
Folk / Singer-Songwriter Portage la Prairie, MB Saturday @ 6:30 p.m.
Mezzo-Soprano/Indigenous/Classical/Jazz Opaskwayak Cree Nation, MB Saturday @ 7:00 p.m.
Alternative / Rock / Indie / Pop / Funk / Soul Winnipeg, MB Saturday @ 8:30 p.m.
RED MOON ROAD
Pop / Folk / Roots Winnipeg, MB Saturday @ 10 p.m.