CRANDON ROCKS: WHAT IS IT?
Celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2019, Crandon International Raceway is adding a world-class concert to its massive Labor Day weekend in the picturesque Northwoods of Wisconsin.
HOW TO PURCHASE TICKETS
Concert goers coming to Crandon Rocks tickets can purchase admission to either the grass-filled General Admission section or a limited number of reserved seats in the Crandon Gold Circle section. All tickets can only be purchased here. No tickets available at the race track until the day of the show. Our costs are intended to offer a world-class experience for as low a cost as possible, with the option of upgrading to reserved seat sections. In addition, our parking, food and beverage charges are far less expensive than most of today’s overpriced concert venues.
General Admission Tickets: $75.00 plus ticketing fee
Limited Gold Circle Seats: **
Red Section $300.00 plus ticketing fee (SOLD OUT)
White Section $250.00 plus ticketing fee
Blue Section $200.00 plus ticketing fee
(** Includes reserved seat, VIP entrance and VIP amenities)
Where the Hell is Crandon?
Good question. Located just two hours northwest of Green Bay in Wisconsin’s scenic Northwoods, Crandon is centrally located within the state and accessible to many large cities.
What is Crandon International Raceway
Crandon International Raceway is a 400-plus acre, purpose-built facility known by its three generations of fans as “the Big House.” Since holding its first off-road race in 1970, Crandon has been home to a beloved Labor Day weekend tradition for racers and families alike, with more than 2,200 grass camping sites and lots of downhome entertainment all adding up to an unforgettable and timeless “Crandon Experience.”
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
Crandon Rocks is open to all ages. Guests must be 21 over older to purchase and consume beer, wine and cocktails. Please have a valid, government-issued ID at all times.
What do the Crandon Gold Circle Tickets provide?
In addition to an up-front reserved seat in the Crandon Gold Circle, ticket holders will be provided a special VIP entrance, access to VIP bars and restrooms, as well as a VIP food area. NEW!! All ticket holders in the red, white and blue Gold Circle seats will now enjoy free food, free beer and half-priced cocktails along with the other amenities.
What are my transportation and parking options at the event?
There will be plenty of onsite parking available at just a short walk from the venue, including two locations with shuttle services. A separate parking fee of just $10.00 will apply to all locations.
HOW DOES GENERAL ADMISSION WORK?
The gates to our Crandon Rocks General Admission area will open precisely at 2:00pm. All General Admission concert goers will be served in a first come, first serve basis. All printed tickets will be scanned at the General Admission entrances in exchange for official Crandon Rocks wristbands. All General Admission guests will be allowed to place their chairs and small blankets anywhere in the designated GA grounds. Guests may stay until the concert starts, or leave to enjoy the Friday afternoon Crandon races and hospitality.
DOES OUR CONCERT TICKET GET US INTO THE RACES?
Yes. All Crandon Rocks ticket holders in both the Gold Circle and General Admission section can exchange their printed tickets for concert armbands at the VIP and General Admission gates starting at 2:00pm. These armbands will allow concert goers to enjoy the exciting racing and amenities at Crandon International Raceway. This is good for Friday, August 30th ONLY!
Concert seats do not provide track access on Saturday, August 31st or Sunday, September 1st.
IS ON-SITE CAMPING AVAILABLE?
Sorry, all reserved sites at Camp Crandon are now sold out. There is camping and some hotel availability in nearby locations and towns.
What can I bring into the event?
Small, low back chairs are allowed (no taller than 35 inches). No coolers, outside food or beverages are allowed. No ins and outs.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
You can contact the organizer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide your question(s) and make sure we know exactly what your needs are.
What’s the refund policy?
There are no refunds or exchanges. All sales are final. Event terms are rain or shine.
- If the concert is postponed, we will contact you with the new date and time.
- All event personnel have the right to refuse entry to any ticket holder for any reason at their discretion.
- No drones, fireworks or drugs allowed at any time.
WHAT ARE THE EVENT TIMES?
9:00am – Parking for the Crandon Rocks concert and race parking open
1:00am – Parking lot closes for the night (no exit allowed)
7:00am (Saturday) – Parking lot reopens for exit and overflow parking for races
2:00pm – General admission gates open to the public
6:00pm – Gold Circle entrance gates open
6:00pm – 10:30pm – Gold Circle hospitality tent opens
6:00pm – Opening Act
7:30pm – Keith Pulvermacher
9:00pm – Kid Rock
2:00pm – Parson’s Classix and Country Hearth Formula 4×4
2:35pm – Ponsse Super Buggy
3:10pm – Miller Light 1600 Light Buggy
3:45pm – Rugged Radio Mod Karts
4:20pm – Lincoln Electric 1600 Buggy
4:55pm – Mt. Dew Super Stock Trucks
5:30pm – Pro Mod Karts
CAN WE UPDATE OR GENERAL ADMISSION PASSES TO GOLD CIRCLE RESERVED SEATS?
Yes. All General Admission tickets can be upgraded to Gold Circle reserved seats by calling our ticketing department directly at (844) 345-1937.
DOES OUR CRANDON RACE OR CAMPING TICKET GET US INTO THE CONCERT?
No. All Crandon Rocks Gold Circle Seats and General Admission are separate from all Crandon day or weekend spectator passes, Grandstand and Camp Crandon passes.
See the policies in the comments section below. (also listed in the email)
About Kid Rock
Kid Rock burst onto the music scene in 1998 with his Devil Without a Cause album and hasn’t looked back. From hit singles like “Bawitdaba” and “Cowboy” to “Picture” and “All Summer Long,” the recording artist has blazed his own trail in the music world, having sold over 26 million albums to date. Kid Rock holds the Michigan record for most tickets sold with 150,000 for a run of ten consecutive sold-out shows, and recently set the Little Caesars Arena attendance record in his hometown of Detroit with 86,893 attendees in six sold-out shows. On the heels of this arena success, Kid Rock hit the road in 2018 in support of his first album fully recorded in Nashville, Sweet Southern Sugar, with two hugely successful tours – winter’s American Rock n Roll tour and summer’s Red Blooded Rock n Roll Redneck Extravaganza. The year also saw the release of his first ever greatest hits project Kid Rock Greatest Hits You Never Saw Coming. Kid Rock remains at the center of media attention in regard to his musical and personal ambitions, leaving his mark in a multitude of genres.