In The News
Press Coverage about Ness Creek
- CBC News: "No glow sticks, no glitter: Sask's eco-friendly music festival asking you to leave it at home this year"
- See Scenic Saskatchewan: "Takin Care of Busy Ness"
- Shellbrooke Chronicle Interview
- NARCITY: "6 Music Festivals You Need to Go to in Saskatchewan this Summer"
- Far & WIde: "Hidden Gem: The Wonderfully Unique Ness Creek Music Festival"
- battlefordsNOW: "Ness Creek Music Festival Not Just About Music"<
- Saskatoon StarPhoenix: "Sound Check: Music lovers head north to Ness"
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Ness Creek News
Ness Creek Music festival Wins the Saskatchewan Tourism 2017 Marquee Event of the Year Award!
April 13, 2018
Congratulations to all of the other winners and nominiees!
New Policy on Parking for R.V.s and Campers
February 1st, 2016
If you came to Ness 2015 (aka WetNess), you probably saw a few camper vans and RV's get stuck. After last year's jams and the damage caused by too many large camper units we will be offering limited access to camper units over 20' in length at Ness 2016. To be able to bring one in, you will need to purchase a separate Camper Unit Pass. Limited passes will be available online for $50, so be sure to get yours early!
This ticket must be used in conjunction with a weekend pass and the holder of the pass must be on the Ness Creek site by 9pm on Friday during the festival, or else they forgo their reserved spot and will not be able to bring their over 20' camper unit on site.
If you have any questions about this new policy, feel free to send us an email!
Photo Credit: Nathan Jones