Looking for a fun, family-friendly way to kick off your summer? We at Freedom RV Rentals suggest that you rent an RV for DelFest in Cumberland, MD. DelFest is a local music festival that celebrates not only the bluegrass music of The Del McCoury Band, but also renowned artists and up-and-coming talent from around the world.

Event Info

Delfest takes place May 21-24, 2015, making it a great way to begin the summer months and celebrate Memorial Day. The festival offers many different admission packages. If you plan to rent an RV to camp on site, you can find several different RV pass options. But, you will want to purchase your parking passes and admission tickets as soon as possible. Some deals have already sold out.


At DelFest, you can enjoy music all day long, either on the main stage or at smaller, more-intimate venues. In addition to The Del McCoury Band, you can enjoy Old Crow Medicine Show, Jason Isbell, Greensky Bluegrass, Leftover Salmon, and many more bands and artists. The music never stops at DelFest! You can even enjoy late-night shows between the hours of midnight and 3 a.m.


A music festival wouldn’t be a music festival without fantastic food and drinks. You can sample everything from local cuisine to ethnic treats. Additional activities you can enjoy at DelFest include the kids’ area, an arts and crafts fair, and even yoga classes!


Many people like to rent an RV and spend the entire weekend at DelFest; spots fill up quickly! We recommend that you reserve your camping spot through the DelFest website as soon as possible. Be sure to pay attention to the type of spot you’re booking, because some have electric and water hookups, while others do not.

DelFest fans near the Harrisburg, PA or Pittsburg, PA areas can rent an RV through Freedom RV Rentals. We have many different RV rental types, from motorhome rentals to pop up camper rentals. Check out our online RV rental inventory, and request a quote online or by contacting us at (814) 695-9408.

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