Thursday, August 2nd, 2018
Mines and Meadows Festival Grounds
732 Darlington Road, Wampum, PA 16157
Summer Throwdown Fueled by Monster Energy is the biggest, baddest event ever thrown by Mines and Meadows ATV/RV Resort. This four-day festival will bring together the off-road community to celebrate riding, live music and food.\n2018 Summer Throwdown Fueled by Monster Energy will have a vendor walk open every day that features food trucks, parts vendors, retailers and more. Thursday we will kick off SUMMER THROWDOWN with live music from local country artist Frank Vieira followed by the biggest bonfire and fireworks show that Lawrence County has EVER seen. Friday will start our Mud Bog Competition that’s 100% BOUNTY and features a live performance by “Country as Dirt” star Christian Beck with Township Road followed by national sensation John King. Saturday hosts our Mud Bog Final, 3 Freestyle Motocross Stunt Shows and live music from North of Mason Dixon (NOMaD) and more. Sunday starts off with the Trophy Presentation for our Mud Bog winners, who will be taking home COLD. HARD. CASH! The day features 3 more chances to catch a Freestyle Motocross Stunt Show, live music performances and a DJ after party like no other.\nTHURSDAY LINEUP: FIREWORKS! Frank Vieira, more artists to be added!\nFRIDAY LINEUP: Buffalo Rose, Ferdinand the Bull, Township Road, John King!\nSATURDAY LINEUP: Freestyle Motocross, Justin Wade, The Hills and The Rivers, Molly Alphabet, Bindley Hardware Co., North of Mason-Dixon (NOMaD)! \nSUNDAY LINEUP: Freestyle Motocross, Pray For Sleep, Lyra, DJ After Party! \nLawn seating only. \nWhere: Mines and Meadows ATV/RV Resort in Wampum, PA\nWhen: August 2-5, 2018 \nRegistration opens at 8 a.m. \nTicket prices valid until July 19, 2018 \nNO TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR!\nNo Refunds and/or Exchanges. \nRV Camping (Mines and Meadows)\nApproximately 50 feet by 100 feet, sizes vary.\n20/30/50 amp service.\nPotable water available to fill your tanks from hydrants located throughout RV sites. Must bring 100 foot hose. \nWiFi.\nCampfire ring and picnic table.\nCampsite occupancy 8 people.\nCampsites are sold by vehicle (not person) – one vehicle and one sleeping unit is permitted for each vehicle purchased. If you are driving an RV, that is considered both the vehicle and sleeping unit.\nPrimitive Camping (Mines and Meadows)\nGrass and dirt! \nAccess to portable toilets.\nCampsite occupancy 8 people.\nCampsites are sold by vehicle (not person) – one vehicle and one sleeping unit is permitted for each vehicle purchased. If you are driving an RV, that is considered both the vehicle and sleeping unit.\nFAQs\nAre there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?\nAll ages are welcome to attend Summer Throwdown. However, please note that all children under the age of 16 must have direct adult supervision.\nAll children ages 8-15 must complete certified ATV training classes before operating an ATV in PA. Children under the age of 8 are not permitted to operate an ATV. Children under the age of 5 are not permitted to ride the trails. \nMust be 21+ to consume and/or purchase alcohol. \nChildren under the age of 6 get in free.\nDo I have to be local to attend?\nAbsolutely not! While we hope that the Beaver County and Lawrence County communities come out to support 2018 Summer Throwdown, Mines and Meadows welcomes visitors from all over! Wampum, Pennsylvania is conveniently located within an hour of Cranberry Township, Pittsburgh and Youngstown. It's also within reasonable driving distance of Ohio, West Virginia, New York, Michigan and even Ontario! \nWhat are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?\nFestival spectators will park at a local field and be bussed to the Festival Grounds. Parking will be $10 per vehicle and include roundtrip bus travel. Please have cash on-hand. The address for parking will be emailed to you prior to the event. \nRiders are welcome to park at one of Mines and Meadows 6 parking lots, first-come first-served. You're welcome to use your machine on the trails to get to the Festival Grounds. Parking for spectators and/or campers in these lots is strictly prohibited. \nWhat's the refund policy?\nThis event is rain or shine and there will be no refunds. \nDo I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?\nYou are welcome to bring a printed ticket to the event, however we will be able to scan your ticket from a mobile device. Check-in instructions will be emailed to you prior to the event. \nHow can I contact the organizer with any questions?\nPlease email email@example.com should you have any questions about the event & firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about camping and/or riding.