Music festivals are beloved for providing the opportunity to take in a variety of bands and clandestinely peruse roadies' diaries. Take a peek at musical secrets with today's Groupon at the Do Da Jam Festival running April 20–24 at the Etowah River Campground in Dahlonega. Choose between two options:
- For $25, you get one general-admission day pass (a $50 value).
- For $70, you get a five-day gate pass, including camping (a $140 value).
Children under age 10 are free with parents and those ages 10–15 are $15 with their parents. From its riverside perch, the Do Da Jam Festival embraces the converging worlds of art and entertainment with myriad musical acts, artisan vendors, and Earth Day celebrations spread over a five-day shindig geared toward youngsters and adults alike. The event boasts four stages showcasing more than 50 bands, from the soulful tunes of Sol Driven Train to the soaring jazz crescendos and outer-space high-fiving of Miles from Earth. The tune-packed schedule lets rhythm fans bop to late-morning sets or middle-of-the-night concerts. Retreat to your camping space in between sets to refuel or create your own percussion band out of tent poles. Free artesian-well water is available throughout the weekend, as are family-friendly activities including river tubing, bonfires, and crashing other families' portrait sessions.