Fans frustrated as Craven Country Jamboree sells out camping passes
REGINA – It’s a frustrating day for some Craven Country Jamboree (CCJ) fans, after the popular music festival announced it had sold out of campsites.
Due to high demand for camping spots, 200 additional general campsites were made available for sale on Friday morning. The campsites went on sale at 9 a.m. and quickly sold out.
According to the CCJ Facebook page, those camping with a friend who already has a campsite will need to purchase a vehicle pass for their vehicle, and that no vehicles pulling a camper will be sold extra vehicle passes.
Numerous comments on the festival’s Facebook page expressed confusion and frustration about the sale of camping passes.
The multi-day festival officially opens on Wednesday, July 9th, with performances starting in the beer gardens at 6 p.m. Main stage performances begin on Friday, July 11th.
SGI will again be running a “Saferide” program this year – offering concert-goers transportation from Regina beginning Thursday, July 10th at 4 p.m.