As with any publication, inevitably there will be mistakes found after printing. This page addresses mistakes in the 2016 booklet that were input incorrectly by the booklet creator.

Correction Format
Context - Erroneus Information - Context -> Context - Corrected Information - Context

  1. Page 4 - Combination Tickets:  Friday & Saturday per person April 1st - Aug 4th - $28.00 with Rustic overnight camping April 1st - Aug 4th $38.00.   The combination tickets for sale until Aug 4th, are the same cost as the combination tickets at the gate.  Thursday/Friday & Saturday - $38.00 per person with Rustic overnight camping $48.00.  The website has the correct tickets for sale.
  2. All publications - Flyers, booklets, pamphlets:  RICKY LEE cancelled his performance on July 12th - so all publications incorrectly list him as the entertainment on Thursday night.


These issues are issues that occured due to communication failure betweeen KCMF committee and the book publisher/printer

Wayne Township Landfill was inadvertantly left off the Index page.


Info about the Drumset here.

About Us

Kettle Creek Music Festival has been around since 2000. We started as a primary benefit for the Kettle Creek Ambulance Association. As with any starting business, event, organization our first years were a struggle but we always managed to survive.  In late 2012 after that year's festival, we reorganized as a Non-Profit organization.  Now as you will realize in reading the benefits page, the festival has a more diverse purpose. 

In the beginning, the grounds had to be organized and a stage had to be built.  Luckily, the grounds offer a natural ampitheater -  cutting the field in order to encourage grass over weeds was the main goal.  So work in that area was not as heavy as the work of the initial stage.  With the help of many local residents/volunteers, the first stage was built on the frames of two mobile homes which were torned down and scrapped using only the metal frame work that was left.  The roof was made by a local sewing company and made out of parachute material.  The pictures of what happens to that material with 3-4 inches of heavy rain, are not easily forgotten.  In 2004, the stage was fitted with a new metal roof.  It became evident that the next venture would be coming up with a dance floor in front of the stage.  In 2006, that dream became real.  The dance floor was initially used as an advertisement venture for local businesses.  Each 4x8 sheet was offered to businesses as a blank slate for their art work.  Those sheets were then organized and placed on a frame creating the floor.  This floor was used until the 2014 event.  In June of 2014, concrete was used to create the dance floor we have today.  

With each passing year the Music Festival Committee (although small) discusses and moves forward with new addition/thoughts, always trying to provide a memorible, fun filled weekend for families.  We thank you all for coming to our weekend and hope you will continue to come and enjoy what we put together.  If you are interested in assisting with this festival, or you have suggestions or ideas to help us improve,  please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Informaion about the stage to be included here.

Financial Disclosure

2013 Festival

The Music Festival while raising funds for our donations to non-profit organizations and infrastructure investments, has sustained indebtedness to our investors.

  • Event Income:    $23,874.78
  • Event Expenses:  $31,791.38
  • Donations*:      $4,830.00
  • Infrastructure**: $3011.58

*  - KCAA, KCHC, LEEK Hunting and Mountain Preserve, Marine Corp. Reserve Toys-for-Tots, & BSA 137
** - Canopies, Office, other supplies

2014 Festival

The Music Festival has sustained a lower level of indebtedness to our investors this year with a near break-even event.

  • Event Income:    $30,076.42
  • Event Expenses:  $23,843.11
  • Donations*:      $6750.00

*  - KCAA, KCHC, LEEK Hunting and Mountain Preserve, Hunts for Healing, Hunt of a Lifetime, Wounded Warrior Project, & BSA Troop 137

2015 Festival

The Music Festival is now an IRS approved 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

  • Event Income:  $45,376.66
  • Event Expenses:  $42,117.09
  • Donations*:  $4640.00

* - KCAA, KCHC, LEEK Hunting and Mountain Preserve, Hunts for Healing, & BSA Troop 137

The KC Festival bank account balance (as of February 7, 2016) is $4809.47.  These monies are designaed as the Kettle Creek Festival funds and are available as needed throughout the year for non-profit operations and donations.  They are also used as the operating funds for the 2016 Kettle Creek Music Festival.  The Music Festival has the KCF Guidance Committee for the oversight of these and future funds.

As treasurer, I wish to say "THANK YOU" to all of my fellow volunteers, advertisers and financial supporters for making the last 3 years of this event such a success.  The Music Festival has raised a total of $16,220.00 to date, for the various non-profit organization in these 3 years.  It is an honor to serve as a volunteer and the treasurer of this outstanding event.  Signed Leland L Krauss.