WHAT IS WULAPALOOZA?
Wulapalooza is an annual earth, art and music festival that takes place on the campus of Willamette University. Local schools, performance groups, and professional bands perform for over a thousand students and community members annually with local businesses and student groups fundraising for various charitable organizations. We are an Earth Day and community festival that yearly brings in thousands of community members and students. The 14th annual Wulapalooza festival took place on April 21st, 2012.
WHAT DOES ADMISSION COST?
Admission to Wulapalooza is completely free to both students and the community with a suggested donation for our charitable foundation.
This year's festival will be running the student portion of the festival (i.e. games, student acts, booths, food, art, etc.) from 11am-3:30pm on Brown Field. This allows us to open up the main stage at 4:30pm sharp so that we can have it closed down by 10pm to avoid disturbing our neighbors and to allow festival goers time to travel back to their homes so that they can get a good night's sleep. As always the festival is ABSOLUTELY FREE to all attendees.
WHAT IF IT RAINS?
Bring An Umbrella
HOW IT WORKS:
The first half of the festival focuses on activities and booths. These include student organizations and clubs as well as community groups. During the day there are many non-Wulapalooza sponsored activities and booths provided by various student groups.
The evening portion of the festival is mainly an awesome concert on Brown Field. There will also be refreshments and food available to those Willamette community members 21 and older on the 2nd floor balcony of the University Center from 6pm-9:30pm. See the Lineup page for more details about the bands.