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APRIL 19 & 20

Hidden Lake’s 5th annual BBQ BOURBON & BREWS and it keeps getting bigger and better!


You won't want to miss this years 2 day event featuring, rocking national touring & local bands, the bestl BBQ and food trucks from around the valley will be joining us serving up some killer 'Q, cold brews, bourbon tastings & delicious cocktails and so many local vendors in which to shop! Looking for the VIP treatment at this festival? Purchase the Boss Hog pass and you will be treated like a BBQ King! We have a Brews Package and Bourbon Package as well to suit your drinking fancy. This is a jam packed day filled with so much to do and you definitely do not want to miss out!







Sean STemaly

Born in western Kentucky and raised in southern Indiana, Sean Stemaly’s music is inspired by his country roots. Stemaly has racked up more than 350 million global streams and hit the road with artists such as Morgan Wallen, Justin Moore, HARDY, and Dustin Lynch. His debut album, Product Of A Small Town, exhibits his take on modern country with a youthful, salt-of-the-earth swagger and rocked-up heartland soul. With hits like “Z71” and “Come Back to Bed” and recent singles like "A Sinner and A Saint" and "4 Wheel High," Stemaly is just getting started. Even though his terrain has changed, he’s still very much the Product Of A Small Town.

Highway 260

 Lacy Rashea

DJ J Alan

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From an early age, Lanie's gift for storytelling and songwriting blossomed, and she crafted a unique modern blend of classic rock and country influences into her art. Her career soared when her cover of "Dreams" garnered 100+ million views across socials and even claimed a spot at No. 25 on Billboard Rock Charts after official DSP release three years later. As she continues her ascendancy and introductory as an artist, she stands a hopeful, genre-defying seeker of positive impact on her family, friends, and listeners all over the world through music.

Hillbilly Deluxe

Zaylie Windsor Band

Josh Roy Band

DJ J Alan



4:30pm Gates Open

5-6pm Happy Hour / DJ J Alan

6-7:30pm Highway 260

7:30-8pm  DJ J Alan

8pm-9:30pm Lacey Rashea

9:30-10pm DJ J Alan

10-11:30pm Sean Stemaly

11:30pm-12am DJ J Alan



11:30 AM  Gates Open / DJ J Alan

12:00 Festival begins

12:30-2pm Hillbilly Deluxe

2-2:30pm DJ J Alan

2:30-4pm Zaylee Windsor Band

4-5pm DJ J Alan

5-6:30pm Josh Roy Band

6:30-7:30pm DJ J Alan

7:30-9pm Lanie Gardner

9-10pm DJ J Alan



Line Up
Fetstival Info


$25 General Admission Online

$10 Children 4 - 12
$35 at gate

Access to:
Food Trucks
Shopping & Vendors
Live Music
Kid Zone
Cigar Lounge
Free Parking
And so much more


General Admission Online $40  • $55 at gate 



 1 Day Pass Friday $125 / Saturday $150 Online  / $175 at gate

Weekend BOSS HOG Pass: $275 ONLINE - $325 at Gate

  • Admission + EVERYTHING Included in General Admission

  • 2 Catered Meals per day


  • VIP Tent Location

  • Shade & Reserved Seating

  • Commemorative Lanyard

  • Event T-Shirt

  • Event Parking


  • No Children Allowed in Tent









24445 W Sunrise Dr.
Buckeye, AZ 85326


Festival Info2


Why drive when you can spend the night! Reserve a spot for overnight camping today. *Limited spots available. Hidden Lake is currently an off-grid camping facility. There is no water, power or sewer hook-ups available at this time.

VIP CAMPING: $200 *Limited QTY
GROUP SPOT*Limited QTY  Call 623-777-5814

  • Limited spots available.

  • Three types of spaces. Reserved Spaces, General Lot and VIP Camping

    • General Camping is unassigned spots and will be first come first serve spots.

    • Reserved Spaces will be our Hidden Lake Campground areas overlooking the lake and our off-water spots

    • VIP will be directly across from the festival. You will be able to hear the music from your camp spot and be very close to the water's edge.

  • The fee charged for camping is for the campsite only does not include festival tickets if purchasing for a festival. 

  • Camping fee is refundable until 48 hours prior

  • 1 RV per site / Travel trailer per site only. No tenting allowed, no facilities available.

  • We allow up to 6 people per camp spot 

  • Camping is off-grid. There is no water, power hook-ups or showers. 

  • Your campsite includes one vehicle pass, which will allow one vehicle to enter the campgrounds. A vehicle is anything with a motor, including an RV! If you are hauling a trailer, the trailer will not require a vehicle pass. 

  • Additional vehicles can be parked in general parking. 

  • Camp spots are a short walking distance from the event center.

  • You can not bring personal food or drinks into the festival or TopWater area but they are welcome at your campsite.

  • Each campsite must be registered to one adult, 18 years of age or older.  This individual accepts full responsibility for the campsite. Any Hidden Lake campground rules broken may mean eviction with NO REFUND, absolutely NO EXCEPTIONS.

  • Please keep the main driving lanes clear for emergency vehicle access at all times. Any vehicles found to be blocking the fire lane will be towed at owner’s expense.

  • Generators will be allowed to operate between 7:00am and Midnight. If your generator makes excessive noise and fumes it will be shut off. People with health-related issues that require generators to run all night must run “whisper mode” to not disturb other campers. Any non-compliance will result in eviction without refund.

  • Please place all bagged garbage in trash bins. Hidden Lake takes pride in our property and our responsibility to the land seriously. We encourage all patrons to NOT let their site become a mess and DO NOT leave trash behind. Our animals and fish depend on us to keep their environment clean and safe.

  • Hidden Lake is not responsible for any materials misplaced, lost, damaged or stolen items or property. It is recommended that you do not bring valuable items. 

  • Pets must be LEASHED at all times. You are responsible for cleaning up after your pet. Please keep your pet safe and secured on your campsite. Aggressive pets are not allowed, and will be asked to be removed from the campground. If your dog can't play well with others it will be also be removed from the campground.

  • Consumption of alcoholic beverages, by those of legal drinking age, is allowed in your own camping area only. Alcohol consumption is prohibited on any roadways.

  • Open flame fires are prohibited and only permitted in Hidden Lake fire pits or personal pits that do not touch the ground. Firepits are not at campsite and must be requested.

  • Other strictly prohibited Items:

    • Glass bottles or containers

    • Tiki torches

    • Fireworks

    • Cylinders or tanks of compressed air, or helium

    • Paper (Chinese) lanterns


    • Knives, or weapons of any kind

    • Firearms, or any types of explosives or ammunition

  • Hidden Lake reserves the right to refuse admission or eject any person who is violating local, state/provincial, or federal laws, facility rules, or whose conduct is deemed illegal, disorderly, or offensive by management, without refund.

  • Hidden Lake reserves the right to modify or add any rules at any time.

  • Cigarette butts are trash and do not belong on the ground. If you are found to have cigarette butts all over your campsite you will be accessed a $50 fine.

  • What kind of fish are in the lake?
    We are most well known for our largemouth bass, but you may also catch crappie, bluegill, sunfish, flathead and channel catfish, tilapia, and carp.
  • Is the lake catch and release?
    Yes, the lake is catch and release for all bass, crappie, and bluegill. You may, however, keep any catfish, carp, tilapia that you catch.
  • Are you dog friendly?
    Yes if your dog is friendly! We required leashed animals at "most" times unless your pup is swimming. Please plan to clean up after your pet.
  • Can I bring outside food and beverages?
    When we have live music events and our bar is open there is absolutely no outside beverages allowed including bottled water. You may not bring in outside food and we ask that you support our food trucks. We do allow cupcakes or specialty items for celebrations. During daytime recreation hours we allow one closed water bottle per person. During daytime hours we do allow outside food even on Sundays when we have our Sunday Funday event.
  • What does a primitive boat launch mean?
    Our boat launch is currently gravel with improved metal grates, but if you have a four wheel drive vehicle you shouldn't have any problems launching your boat. Some two wheel drive vehicles may have difficulty but most do not, but we have are happy to assist you if you encounter a problem.
  • Do you have facilities?
    We currently have porta-potties and we have temporary flushing toilet facilites during public events..
  • I came up to the gate and it was locked, how do I get in?"
    Our property gates remain locked at all times. If we our website says we are open for fishing you when you arrive at the gates, please dial 623-777-5814 Extension 0, and we will come up and let you in. If it doesn't say we are open for fishing we are not open.
  • Can we use a gas powered boat on the lake?
    Yes gas powered motors are allowed, however, fueling any vehicle on the property is strictly prohibited.
  • How many boats do you allow on the lake?
    We currently only allow 8 boats on the water at any given time. However, if several of the boats on the water are kayaks or manually powered, we may increase the total number slightly. If you are planning to bring a boat, we strongly recommend that you have a reservation as we have been turning away boats on the weekends.
  • Can we swim in the lake?
    As of May 2022 we will allow swimming this summer. You can book your swimming pass online. Coming June of 2022 our floating obstacle course will be installed. Children 12 & Under must have a floatation device or lifejacket at all times. Swimming in designated areas only.
  • Can we bring shade?
    By all means, bring your own shade! While we are working on various shade options, we strongly suggest bringing some form of sun protection.
  • Can we bring in a picnic?
    Absolutely! We hope to be offering food and beverage service in the near future.
  • Do you have a grill available?
    We have a 5 burner propane grill that we rent for $15.
  • What types of boats do you rent?
    We currently offer 3 Jon Boats, kayaks, peddleboats and stand-up paddleboards.
  • Do I need a fishing license to fish here?
    We recommend that you aquire an Arizona Fishing license however, we are a private lake and do not require it at this time. Arizona Fish & Game does work a lot with our lake and we want to support them as much as we can. We will require a license in the future as our facilities grow.
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