Tickets Are On Sale Now!

June 21, 22, & 23 2024
Join us for the seventh annual Summer Solstice gathering to celebrate the Lost Tamarack Trail at Weber Lake. Music, Art, Bike, Hike & Guided Trail, Kayak, Canoe, Camp, Yoga, Stargazing, Food Trucks and fun!


$ 100
  • Friday, Saturday & Sunday
  • Three Full Days Of Music
  • Trail, Lake, Camp, Healing Arts and fun!


$ 30 Day Only
  • 5 Artists
  • Food Vendors On Site
  • Trail and Lake Access​
  • Late Night Vibrations


$ 60 Day Only
  • 6 Artists
  • Food Vendors On Site
  • Trail and Lake Access​
  • Late Night Vibrations

Teen Weekend Pass

$ 40 W/ Adult Ticket
  • Must Purchase Adult Weekend Pass Also
  • 13-17 year old Teenager Passes
  • 12 and under are free

RV & Camper
Parking Pass

$ 20 W/ Adult Ticket
  • Dedicated Parking Space on Level Ground
  • Required for all RVs, Campers, & Trailers


$ 30 Day Only
  • 5 Artists
  • Food Vendors On Site
  • Trail and Lake Access​

Teen Weekend Pass

$ 40 W/ Adult Ticket
  • Must Purchase Adult Weekend Pass Also
  • 13-17 year old Teenager Passes
  • 12 and under are free

More Than 15 artists Over 3 days

Healing Arts Sessions all Weekend Long

Our Vibration

The Lost Tamarack Lodge is an event space dedicated to the enjoyment of the Lost Tamarack Trail, Weber Lake, and its related outdoor activities. Music, art and culture blended together to form a symbiotic resonance, creating soul-refreshment for all.


Healing vibrations through music that cross several genres in our yearly festivals.


Lay in the fields, enjoy the stars, breathe the fresh air, stretch out and enjoy life.


Hike, bike or ride your horse and explore the Lost Tamarack Trail around Weber Lake, located just outside of Petoskey.

SOL of the lost Tamarack 2024

Follow your soul.
It knows the way



You won’t. Passes will be emailed to you after you purchase them. Please bring a printed copy (with your name on it) or the confirmation email to the entrance gate. At the gate you will be checked in and given a wristband.

No. First come first served. 

Hopefully, the stars will be out and we can all lay in the field stargazing until we fall asleep. You are welcome to hammock, tent, or car camp in designated areas within the property. Those bringing a camper or RV will need to buy RV & Camper Parking Pass ($20). After registration, we will coordinate a designated level campsite for your RV or camper.  NO water, electric, or sewer hookups on site.

YES! Bring the whole family, mom & dad, brother & sister, son & daughter, grandparents & grandkids, even the step-uncle removed once and remarried to a different family member that you only see on odd holidays like the Summer Solstice.

We support service animals during our event but discourage attendees from bringing their K9 friends.

YES! We will have a number of food vendors. Hours will vary by vendor but you will have options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner starting Friday evening through Sunday lunch and possibly dinner pending vendor decisions.

Our food vendors will have a variety of soda, juice, and water. We will have a few water filling stations, please bring your own bottle. We do not encourage bringing single-use bottles. 

Join us in the barn each morning for a caffeine boost of drip pot coffee from a local roastery. 

  • YOUR TICKET! Please have your ticket printed or on your phone when you pull up to the entrance gate so we can check you in quickly. You can pay cash for a pass at the gate if necessary or buy one online at any time. 
  • Snacks and a few meals. We will have food vendors on-site for the majority of your hunger.
  • A reusable bottle. We will have a few fill stations near the barn for your convenience. 
  • Camping Supplies. A tent, sleeping bag, clean clothes, cooking supplies (grills and stoves will not be provided), you know the rest.
  • An Open Heart. This event is welcome to everyone that is willing to accept everyone and share in the peaceful weekend.
  • A roll of toilet paper. You never know.

A bunch of vendors.

We are always happy to have more vendors at the festival to share their crafts and services. Please contact us for more information.

There will be NO ATMs on site. If you need cash, Wolverine (6 miles east) and Petoskey (15 miles west) are great options. 

Most of our food vendors and merchandise vendors will accept credit/debit cards so you might get away with only a few dollars after entering. But everyone always appreciates cash payments. 

We recommend leaving your phone in your car so you can fully immerse yourself in the community and music. If you must bring your mobile device you will need to bring your own power source.

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