Rock, Ribs and Ridges
POSTPONED UNTIL JUNE 26 – 27, 2021
NEWS FLASH! FREE ONLINE CONCERT - SATURDAY, JUNE 27. On Saturday, CLICK HERE at 7 pm EST and listen to "an almost live" free concert with The Matt Coffy Band. Sorry we can't be partying with you live this weekend at RRR, but we hope you'll listen in for some tasty rock 'n roll.
FESTIVAL CANCELLATION: This was a really, really tough – and painful - decision. But it’s the right one.
Rock, Ribs & Ridges has been postponed to June 26 – 27, 2021.
The health and safety of our patrons, artists, staff, partners and the local community is our foremost concern. We all want the coronavirus pandemic to be over with as soon as possible, and we’re anxious to come together and party, but we can’t in good conscience say it’s safe to do so in late June.
New Jersey's public health emergency has been extended through June 6. We don't know when the “all clear” signal - including an end to social distancing - will come, which makes rescheduling the fairgrounds, our musical acts, sponsorship partners and support staff almost impossible.
But here’s the good news! We have spoken with Outlaws, Molly Hatchet, Pat Travers, The Weight Band, Kyle Daniel, Blackfoot and Screamin Eagle Band and they’ve all agreed to come back and party with us next year.
PLUS - Artimus Pyle is already confirmed for RRR 2021 as well!
With more artists to be announced at a later date.
With that in mind, we’re going to let you – our faithful fans – choose what to do with your 2020 RRR tickets. You can hold onto them, and they’ll automatically be good for next year. You’ll keep that sense of anticipation that you are going to the festival and already have tickets in hand. They’re already paid for and you won’t have to worry about any potential price increases next summer.
Or we will refund your tickets, no questions asked. Including all service/convenience fees.
On Tuesday, May 12 everyone who had already purchased tickets got an email with instructions on what to do next. If you didn't get that email, please CLICK HERE.
This craziness will pass, and before you know it we’ll be ready to bring everyone together for RRR 2021. Until then, be safe. And follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
So feel free to browse the web site, but please know that it is for the 2020 festival and will be updated as soon as we have all of our 2021 info.