Wilco’s Solid Sound Festival 2013
June 21 - 23, 2013
MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA
Photo courtesy of Solid Sound Festival.
"An antidote to big-name destination festivals elsewhere in the country."
Single-day tickets for Friday, June 21 and Sunday, June 23 are $65. Tickets for Saturday, June 22 are $84. Three-day passes for children ages 7-10 are $50 and children 6 and under are free.
Festival Pass - Adults ($149.00), kids ($50.00)
Solid Friday - Day Pass ($65.00)
Solid Sunday - Day Pass ($65.00)
Visit Solid Sound Festival's website here.
Xu Bing: Phoenix (w/ music by Wilco) from The Dark Sky Company, LLC on Vimeo.
Drawing inspiration from the contemporary realities of his fast-changing country, Chinese artist Xu Bing spent two years creating his newest work, Phoenix. The installation features two monumental birds fabricated entirely from materials harvested from construction sites in urban China, including demolition debris, steel beams, tools, and remnants of the daily lives of migrant laborers. At once fierce and strangely beautiful, the mythic Phoenixes bear witness to the complex interconnection between labor, history, commercial development, and the rapid accumulation of wealth in today's China.
Music by Wilco
This year: two new culinary events on Saturday that celebrate the food and spirits of the Berkshires and benefit education at MASS MoCA! Learn more here.
In conjunction with this summer’s Solid Sound Festival at MASS MoCA, New York-based conceptual sculptor Marko Remec will install a constellation of works called Totally Totem. On view through the summer, the sculptures transform everyday objects such as mops, brooms, telephone poles, and rearview mirrors into contemporary totems. Click here for more information on Totally Totem.
Camping @Solid Ground Info
Solid Ground and Buxton School Hostel-Style dorm rooms and camping is sold directly and solely through MASS MoCA. Attractively priced breakfast, lunch and after-concert fresh cooked fare. Click here for the Solid Ground menu. Purchase by calling the MASS MoCA box office at (413) 662-2111 (ext 1) during regular business hours (11am â€“ 5pm every day except Tuesday).
Hostel-style dorm rooms and added tent plots available for Solid Sound weekend at Buxton School.
MASS MoCA has teamed up with nearby Buxton School to provide additional tent camping and hostel -style dorm rooms in neighboring Williamstown, MA (6 miles from MASS MoCA).Â The festival shuttle will make limited scheduled stops at the school.Â More frequent service is provided to a central lot within a 20 minute walk from Buxton.Â Â
Tent Camping at Buxton School
This is a basic, open field tent site.Â NO open Fires will be allowed, including Coleman-style cook stoves.Â There will be porta-potties and potable water.Â Breakfast will be available for purchase at the main school cafe for all campers.
Space is limited and advance reservations are required. There are no refunds.
Each tent plot reservation includes one 15' x 18' space, plus a parking space (on Buxton School’s campus) for one (non-RV) vehicle. The site will not be set up for car-side camping, so please pack accordingly.Â Plots will be assigned by the order in which your reservation is made. You will be sent reservation credentials which you must present at the check-in to the tent field.
Check in is Friday, June 21, from 11am-6pm.
Check out is by Sunday, June 23, before 1pm (your cars may remain packed and locked at campsite until 7pm).
A maximum of 4 persons per plot, enforced.
For safety reasons, only registered campers displaying Buxton Ground tent site wrist bands will be permitted into the grounds.
No open fires or fireworks.
No glass bottles.
No illegal substances.
Quiet please hours:Â 11pm â€“ 9am.Â This site has close neighbors, so quiet time is strictly enforced. (we want to come back next year!).
Breakfast will be available for purchase at the main Buxton school house. The menu and hours of operation will be sent to campers in the “check in” information package, to be distributed approximately one month prior to the concert.
Please note, there will be limited on-site security, including 24 hour monitoring, but campers are strongly advised to not leave valuables in tents.Â Leave valuables in your car, and lock up. The Buxton School and MASS MoCA will not be responsible for loss of valuables.
Camp Site Pricing:Â (for 2 nights â€“ Friday and Saturday nights):Â $88 per tent plot.Â One tent is permitted per plot.Â 4 people per tent max.
There are also a limited number of dorm rooms with hostel-style accommodations.Â Â The beds (which are all Twin-sized mattresses) are located in shared double, triple and quadruple rooms. We will assign shared rooms based on gender.Â All beds are twin beds; 1 person per bed, Buxton dorm wrist bands will be required for entry.Â All rooms share bathrooms.Â Each room contains an in-room safe, but there are no locks on the doors.Â These rooms are not handicapped accessible.Â
Bed linens may be provided for an additional fee of $5, if arranged in advance. (Please pay in cash upon check-in).
Quiet please hours:Â 11pm â€“ 9am.Â Strictly enforced.
For safety reasons, only registered guests displaying Buxton Dorm/Hostel wrist bands will be permitted into the grounds.
Breakfast will be available for purchase.Â The menu and hours of operation will be sent to campers in the “check in” information package, to be distributed approximately one month prior to the concert.
Dorm/Hostel Beds Pricing:
Double Room:Â $98/bed/weekend ($196 per room for the two nights)
Triple Room: $90 per bed/weekend ($270 per room for the two nights)
Quad Room: $83/per bed/weekend ($332 per room, for the two nights)
Check in begins Friday, June 21, at 11am-6pm.
Check out is by Sunday, June 23, by 1pm (your cars may remain packed and locked at Buxton until 7pm).