We can’t wait to see your smiling faces in Chicken Alaska on June 16 & 17, 2023!

We are sold out for 2023……but if a refund is issued a ticket will show up on our tickets page (CLICK here)

Special Note About 2023 Tickets

We are making a “FULL FLEDGED” effort to prevent ticket fraud. We want to remind everyone DO NOT purchase tickets from people online. Tickets can only be purchased from our website directly. As we issue refunds, tickets will become available on the tickets page of our website. Tickets sold by individuals online are FAKE and they will not work at our gates! www.chickenstockmusicfest.com ******* If you are the original purchaser of a ticket, you can contact us directly to have the name edited on your ticket. Like refund requests, edits must be requested at least 30 days in advance of the event.

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A Clucking Good Time in Chicken Alaska!
June 16 & 17, 2023

Join us for the 17th annual Chickenstock Music Festival! It’s a fun-filled weekend for the whole family hosted by Chicken Gold Camp in Chicken Alaska on “Top of the World”. Enjoy a weekend of boot stompin’ music by Alaskan artists, locally prepared eats, delicious local craft beer, the “Peep Drop”, games, Alaskan made crafts and fun local Chicken hospitality. Come shake your tail feathers “under the Midnight Sun” in Chicken Alaska at our annual “Music Fest on Top of the World”…. June 16 & 17, 2023 and prepare yourselves to have a “Cluck’n Good Time”!

Psst….tickets will sell out early so get your 2023 tickets early when they go on sale in January!


Frequently Asked Questions!

Everything you need to know about Chickenstock 2020!


The 2020 Music
Lineup & Schedule

It wouldn’t be music festival with the music!  Full lineup is coming soon.


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Get in on this year’s festivities!


Where it
all began

“I know Chicken, and you are DEFINITELY not from Chicken!”

It was that outlandish claim that prodded festival coordinator Josea Busby to dream up what is now fondly known—and often incites a smirk and giggles—as Chickenstock.

Busby was helping out at the end of the Iditarod dogsled race in Nome in 2007 when she discovered a bluegrass band in town. She was watching the band when she received the aforementioned accusation that questioned her “Chicken-ness.” The wheels started cranking, and right there in Nome a festival was hatched. Such irony is the zany weirdness that thrives in remote Alaska—Busby would know.


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