Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival 2015

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Jul 17 - Jul 18 2015

Eau Claire, Wisconsin

$135 (GA); $250 (VIP)

After several years of touring and playing music festivals of all different types around the world, Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon wanted to put together an event that would honor his hometown of Eau Claire, Wisconsin with a festival that shine a light on less familiar and surprising elements that are already weaving themselves into our future.

 

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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