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October 8th, 2021
October 8th, 2021

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March 7th, 2020
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Crowder and For All Seasons

October 8th, 2021

Phil Wickham and Cory Asbury

March 7th, 2020

Ryan Ellis
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April 30th, 2022
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Campfire Chapel

Ryan Ellis and Citywide

April 30th, 2022

 
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What is Campfire?

How it Works
 

Never been to Campfire before? Here's some more info on what to expect. 

Dress Warm 

Yes, literal campfires are provided, but the weather on our central coast can be  unpredictable and it may get chilly. The concert will be held outdoors at the Jack  Payton Stage, and there will be nothing overhead except the oak trees!

Start Times

The concert will begin at the Jack Payton Stage at 6pm, but the event doors will open at 4:30pm so that everyone has the opportunity to share a meal around the fire pits before the music starts. We expect the event to end around 8:30pm. 

Seating

Unlike previous Campfire concerts, this event will be held without assigned seating on the open grass! Limited seating will be available, but we recommend bringing lawn chairs or picnic blankets. There will be plenty of room to sit, stand, play, and dance!

 

Come Hungry

Let’s share a meal together! Stationed around the event will be local food trucks and booths with food and drinks available for purchase.  Outside food and drink are not permitted. Also for sale will be official Campfire Concerts merchandise, artist merchandise, and s'mores kits. What's a campfire without s'mores?

Parking and Entry

The Fairgrounds will not be a providing a parking lot for this event. Instead, please use the surrounding free street parking with no time restrictions. From Fairgrounds Road, enter the event at gate #5, at the turnstiles next to the Turf Club. This area serves as our "campground," where we will gather and eat before concert seating begins. If you'd like to see a map of the Fairgrounds, click here

 

FAQs

How can my church get involved? 

We love to find creative ways to partner with churches! If you are a pastor or church administrator, please contact us so we can talk about getting your congregation involved. If you are interested in a digital promotional package, click here. We are also looking for those interested in joining our prayer team. Individuals and church groups may also be interested in signing up for service projects via Love Our Central Coast

Will this concert be wheelchair accessible?

Yes - the Fairgrounds is an accessible venue. However, the concert will be held on the grass, where there may be hidden lumps or roots in the ground. Please let a Campfire staff member or volunteer know if you need extra assistance. 

How can I sign up to be a volunteer? 

Volunteers are what make Campfire possible! If you are interested in helping out behind the scenes, please email Rachel at rachel@campfireconcerts.org or sign up online here.

Do you have more questions? Please email us at info@campfireconcerts.org!

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Why is Campfire a nonprofit?

Campfire Concerts is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit because, simply enough, we're not in this for the profit - we want God to be glorified and His Church to be encouraged. For the first time, we are hosting our Spring 2022 event completely free for attendees!

Please consider making a donation to Campfire  to help us meet our expenses. 

All donations are tax-deductible. You can donate for online with a credit card, or mail a paper check to avoid fees. 


 
 
 
Thank you to our 2022 Sponsors
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We are pleased to announce that our organization has recently been awarded a generous grant from the Yellow Brick Road in Carmel to support our work. This gift is a big tribute to our fine programs! Over its 30 years, the Yellow Brick Road Benefit Shops have donated nearly $7.2 million to Monterey County  nonprofits. To help continue this philanthropy, they need more volunteers. 


Please call (831) 626-8480 or visit www.yellowbrickroadbenefitshop.org.

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