Join us for the 2nd annual Basecamp Festival presented by 42 North and Swain Resort. 
Admission includes:
  • FREE 42 North Mug (limited quantities)
  • FREE Beer Sampling 2 – 3 pm
  • Lift rides 2 – 4 pm (weather dependent)
  • Hikyoga Classes on Sunday (just $10 extra) Camping not required!
  • Hiking trails
  • Lawn games & Cornhole Tournament (entry is $5 extra)
  • Vendors
  • Live music
  • Bike Showcase with Freewheel Bike Shop
  • 50/50 Raffle with Ski Patrol
Camping is available for an additional fee. Swain Resort will have an outdoor grill and will be grilling all your favorite BBQ treats. 42 North will be on site with the Tap Trekker to pour craft beverages and keep your palette quenched all evening long! Attendees are welcome to bring their own lawn chairs and blankets to listen to the music. Coolers are not permitted at this event. 
**Kids 10 and under are free with paying adult. limited

Ticket Pricing

Early Bird Price     $15
Pre-Sale                   $25
At the Gate              $35

**Kids 10 and under free with paying adult. 


Primitive camping is available. Please note there are no electricity or water hook ups. 
Tent Camping     $10
RV                             $15


*Campers may begin setting up at noon


Saturday Session: 3pm     $10

The Saturday session will be approximately 45 minutes and will start at the top of the mountain after riding the lifts. Participants do not need to bring a yoga mat as all poses will be standing as you travel down the trail combining hiking, yoga and meditation. 

Sunday Sunrise Session: 7am    $15

(includes grab-n-go breakfast)

The sunrise yoga session on Sunday morning includes a healthy power breakfast and will start at the base of the mountain and participants will hike up, breaking for yoga sessions and meditations. The sunrise session will last approximately 1 hour.

About The Music

Jungle Steve

Born and bred in Buffalo, New York, Jungle taught himself guitar at an early age. After he left home at just 15 he began playing town to town as he traveled up and down the east coast. Streets turned into stages and after a number of years, Jungle returned to his hometown with new life experiences and new heart-wrenching lyrics. Now, his soulful vocals can be heard from the iconic Nietzsche’s stage in his hometown, Buffalo as well as many others in the region. Jungle Steve recently won this year’s Singer-Songwriter competition at Penny Lane Cafe in Clarence.

Kody & Herren

Based in Springville, New York, Kody & Herren are multi-instrumentalists, performing on guitar, violin, harmonica, mandolin, and more. Nick and Lydia’s original material is inspired heavily by roots music and their duets provide a strong chemistry on stage. Vocal harmonies and the overall dynamics of a song are very important to them, and they aim to entertain an audience.


Formed in Ithaca, NY in early 2020, Freight is a new songwriting collaboration between JP Payton (JP and the Easytigers) and Liam Lawson (The Auroras). Groove-centric and playfully syncopated, the band’s primary sound is a danceable variety of folk-rock, replete with electric organ fuzz, telecaster twang, and no-nonsense steel-string chug. Payton’s confessional songwriting draws from the country music tradition; his lyrics explore the interior dynamics of close relationships, the connections between people and the places they live, and the pains of growing up and old. As the name suggests, Freight is a balance between momentum and substance, funk and storytelling, with its spiritual home waiting somewhere just a little farther down the highway.

PA Line

Inspired by grassroots, infused with soul, and born from the indie scene. The sound of PA Line strives to prove that in the current musical world of repetition and catchy leads, music can still hit you in the heart. By combining dedication and raw talent, Trever Stribing (lead vocal/guitar/percussion), Lucas Honig (Vocal/Bass), Griffin Brady (Vocal/Special Percussion) and Pete Caroccio (Electric Violin/Electric Mandolin/Vocals) they have made a unique brand of alternative-folk music, described as True-Grit Americana.Hailing from Buffalo, NY, PA Line brings a unique, harmony-packed, funky, Folk-Rock, sound, that has been described as Mumford & Sons meets Rusted Root. Touring extensively in 28 states, 4 countries, in 2 continents. Through the U.S., Canada, & the U.K., PA Line is gathering quite the name for themselves. The name PA Line comes from a simple catchline of the lead singer’s late father, “Peace Always”.


Check out our talented vendors! Check back often as new vendors are being added daily!
Snow Child Clothing
Neon Wave
Free Wheel Bike Shop

Full Send Ski & Outdoor

Art by Stacy

Chiba Chiba

Ski Patrol 

Zyia Active

Interested in being a vendor at Basecamp? Send an email to [email protected] for more info to apply.