There are music festivals in Maine for everyone that cover all genres from rock to EDM and everything in between.
We hope this list of music festivals in Maine helps you find the festival experience you are looking for. We are always adding to this list of festivals so be sure to check back from time to time. If there is a music festival we have missed, be sure to send us an email and we will get it added to the list.
All Roads Music Festival
The All Roads Music Festival is a two-day indie music festival taking place in the month of May in Belfast, Maine. The vibe is what you’d expect from an indie fest in Maine! You’ll get a taste of some of Maine’s best musicians with a total mix of indie subgenres: indie rock, folk, pop, bluegrass, and indie folk.
North Atlantic Blues Festival
You into the blues? Hey, to each their own! The North Atlantic Blues Festival is Rockland, Maine’s gem of gems.
This festival is an annual two-day event taking place in July. This festival features some of the nation’s best blues and jazz artists nationwide.
Waking Windows Portland
Another indie festival for the list, yet this one is in Portland, Maine. The Waking Windows Portland is an annual music, art, performance, poetry, and prose held in September. We’re rocking out indie vibes here, but heck it’s a pretty neat festival.
It’s like a love letter to Portland, Maine, worth giving it a go!
Trails End Festival
Okay, this one is pretty freaking cool. The Trails End Festival is a 3-day music and outdoors festival annually held in the mountains of Millinocket, Maine. Mountains?!
Yeah, we said mountains! If you’re the outdoorsy type and you love a folky, country, bluegrass good music festival, this one is for you! The festival is usually in the month of September.
Ossipee Valley Music Festival
Three for three! Maine likes folk music it’s safe to assume. The Ossipee Valley Music Festival another folk, jazz, meets roots, Americana, bluegrass, meets gypsy jazz, and country music festival on our list. This is a 4-day music festival held in South Hiram, Maine during the summer months.
Thomas Point Beach Bluegrass Festival 2022
The Thomas Point Beach Bluegrass Festival was established in 1979 which means this year marks 43 years of bringing bluegrass music and family to the shores of Midcoast Maine. The festival is a 4 day event taking place in September. The festival has featured world-renowned acts, Grammy-winners, and bluegrass icons including Béla Fleck and Del McCoury as well as legendary late-night picking. Additionally, camping is included with multi-day tickets so you can spend even more time enjoying the splendor of everything Thomas Point Beach has to offer. It truly is a can’t-miss event – come experience “Where the Music Meets the Sea!”
We have compiled this comprehensive list of music festivals in Maine, if there are any that we’ve missed that you would like us to add please contact us.