Waterloo Village

Waterloo Village takes its guests through time from a 400-year old Lenape (Delaware) Indian village to a bustling port along the once prosperous Morris Canal. This early 19th-century restored village contains a working mill complex with gristmills and sawmills, a general store, blacksmith shop and several historic houses.

JamFam is a two-day Jam Band music and camping festival. The festival will rekindle the grandeur and musical history of the picturesque mountains and valley of Stanhope, New Jersey. The JamFam music festival will be hosted at the 35-acre, restored, 19TH century canal town known as ‘’The Waterloo Village Historic Site.’’

The hallowed grounds of Waterloo, enhanced by a hand-selected group of national, regional and locally recognized bands and artists, will deliver an immersive memorable experience unlike anything New Jersey has experienced in over 20 years.

Waterloo Village Historic Site and the concert field have hosted numerous concerts mostly in the 1980’s and ‘90s. The magic and mystique of Waterloo is revitalized with the JamFam Music and Arts Festival. The bands that have played this historic venue in the past include Phish, The H.O.R.D.E. Tour, Lollapalooza, Bob Dylan, Muddy Waters, The Gregg Allman Band, America, Arlo Guthrie and the 25th Anniversary of Woodstock… just to name a few.

The JamFam Music & Arts Festival will feature a ‘’Leave No Footprint’’ commitment to eco-conscious partying and music with an aim to protect the beautiful and lush landscape. All camping guests will be given eco-friendly recycling and garbage bags to take with them upon exit. Littering of cups, cans and cigarette butts is prohibited.

Waterloo Village is a state park and as such no outside alcohol will be permitted on the premises. Beer, wine and other alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase within the festival grounds.