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Submit an application to perform at Joshua Fest
Volunteer for the festival. You can attend the festival for free, and have a rewarding experience while you are here.
Have some fresh merch you want the world to buy? Download our exhibitor application for more information, and be a part of something great.
Joshua Fest is a 501(C) 3 registered non-profit organization. We are supported by your tax-deductible donations and gifts.
Joshua Fest exists to create an event that allows people from all walks of life to come together and worship Jesus. Our attendees can experience and interact with some of thier favorite Christian Artists and discover new artists. Joshua Fest is a safe, family-friendly environment, offering all styles of music that will connect with anyone, from worship, to punk, hardcore, indie-rock, and even techno.
Joshua Fest is truely a musical paradise. While camping in the beautiful Sierra-Nevada Mountains, you can go beyond the music during the multi-day event.
Experience games and inflatable rides at Kids' Camp Jericho, or get hands on in one of several interactive work-shops. There is truely something for everyone at Joshua Fest. It is also our hope to provide up-and-coming artists a platform to share their ministry and music. We are passionate about helping these ministries grow in thier craft, their fan-base, and encourage them to continute to pursue thier dreams and ultimately encourage them to consistently persue Jesus in all that they do.
We hope you'll choose to join us this year!
where is joshuafest?
plumas-sierra county fairground204 fairground rd, quincy, ca 95971
The Plumas-Sierra County Fairground is home to the annual County Fair, as well as weddings, races, rodeos, music festivals, and many other events, including Joshua Fest!
Quincy, California Set among the pines of the Plumas National Forest, the town of Quincy is considered the "Gem of the Sierra". While mining, lumber, and agriculture have all played a part in building the local economy, for those who live and work here, or who are just visiting, the joys of Quincy are its retention of historical character, its friendly residents, and its proximity to enjoyable recreational areas.
flying to joshua fest
The nearest international airport is Reno (RNO), which is located about 1.5 hours east of Quincy. If you fly into Reno, you will need to rent a car or arrange transportation to Quincy, as there is no regular shuttle service.
There is a small, uncontrolled (non commercial) airport in the town of Quincy (Gansner field). If you are a pilot, or know someone who flies, arriving by plane into Quincy is fun and exciting. The airport is about 2 miles from the festival, and finding someone to pick you up from the airport should be fairly easy.