Late Nights

We’re pleased to announce this year’s Late Night shows:

Friday, May 23

Greensky Bluegrass w/ Cabinet
Doors: 11:30pm / Show: 12:15am

Saturday, May 24

Railroad Earth w/ Shook Twins
Doors: 11:30pm / Show: 12:15am

Sunday, May 25

Travelin’ McCourys Bluegrass Ball w/ The California Honeydrops
Doors: 11:30pm / Show: 12:15am

Buy Late Night tickets

Prepare yourself for what’s sure to be some unforgettable performances stretching into the wee hours. Late nights begin ’round midnight on Friday, Saturday and Sunday inside the DelFest Music Hall and are separately ticketed events. (Note: DELuxe Experience Packages include access to the Late Night venue; DELuxe ticket holders do not need to purchase Late Night tickets.)

In order to purchase Late Night tickets, you must have a multi-day festival pass. You will NOT be permitted into the late night venue if you have a single day pass.

The Infamous Stringdusters | 2012

Late Night performances will begin after music has ended on the Grandstand Stage. Doors will open at 11:30pm and music will begin after midnight. These nightly, indoor shows will require separate admission. Expect plenty of sit-ins and unique musical collaborations as the McCourys and other surprise guests join the fun each night.

Everyone who attends Late Night shows MUST have a multi-day festival wristband, as single-day passes expire after the final performance on the Grandstand Stage and do not include camping. This will be checked and monitored. To attend the Friday Late Night show, you need a 3-day wristband and the Saturday Late Night show requires a 2-day wristband.

Late night tickets can be purchased (as long as the show isn’t sold out) and picked up from will call at the Merchandise Tent located in the Main Music Meadow and at the DelFest Music Hall the night of the show.

Late Night Box Office at Merchandise Tent: 2:00pm – 10:00pm Fri-Sun

Late Night Box Office at DelFest Music Hall: 11:00pm – 2:00am Fri-Sun

*Why aren’t late night tickets included in the festival pass?

The DelFest Music Hall is an intimate room with limited capacity; we can sell only a limited number of tickets per night. For a larger capacity festival like DelFest, only a certain number of festival patrons can (or would choose to) attend the Late Night shows. Late night events are also costly to produce and we strive to keep the festival pass prices as low as possible. Rather than raising the price of the entire festival pass, we sell tickets only to those who wish to attend the Late Night shows. All artists performing in Late Night shows will also perform on the daytime stages.

Late Night Jam | 2012