September 28

September 28

All persons entering the North Lake Park, attending Cornstock, the Anderson County Corn Festival and the activities therein do so at their own risk. This includes weather, Covid concerns or any other concerns or threats. By your attendance you assume all liability. No liability is or will be assumed by the Anderson County Corn Festival Committee, its volunteers, the City of Garnett, the County of Anderson, managers, promoters, entertainment, sponsors or others.


Where to Get Information
Please visit Will Call Booth at the top of "the Hill" located just before you enter the main gate. Or, visit our Cornstock merchandise booth.

Parking is available throughout the park in designated areas.  Be sure to locate the parking lot signs to remember where you parked.  

Camping Through City of Garnett
Camping in designated areas within the North Lake Park.  Reservations required through the City of Garnett Recreation, REC DESK, 785.448.3023.  Electric hook-up and primitive camping spots are available on a first come basis. Questions can be answered OTHER LODGING

Handicap parking in the designated Handicap Parking Area located adjacent the East Shelter House (look for signs).  Handicapped port-a-potties are available at the Cornstock Concert on the Hill.  There is no designated handicapped seating area.



Persons attending this event do so at their own risk. If severe weather warning to take cover is advised, the event will announce by Public Announcement (PA) or audible means  to take shelter until such time it has been determined to resume the event. Other instructions may follow after consulting ACEM. 

Anderson County Emergency Management recommended Outdoor Event Severe Weather Plan

Additional Concert Guidelines:
Wristbands must be worn at all times in the concert area.  Persons not wearing wristbands will be removed from the premises. 

Security and uniformed patrolmen are on-site to   ensure safety.  If you experience a problem or an emergency, please contact them for assistance. 

All bags and carry-in items will be searched prior to entry of the gates.  No food or beverages of any kind are permitted through the gates, nor weapons of any kind.  Alcohol will not be allowed in or taken out. Vendors will be selling food and drinks at the concert.

The Concert on the Hill features festival style seating with ample room for your lawn chair.  Event management reserves the right to ask spectators to remove any items that obstruct viewing or that may be objectionable.  Please respect the views of those seated behind you.

A designated beer area is available and those entering must be 21 years old and show proof if questioned.  NO ONE UNDER 21 IS PERMITTED IN THE BEER AREA.  Beer is to be consumed in that area by those who are wearing an over 21 wristband.  Persons may leave and return to the beer area as often as they wish but cannot take alcohol out of the designated area. 


If what you see here doesn't answer your question , please contact us!

FAQ - Things to Know about Cornstock

Personal Safety
Personal safety is your responsibility. Please practice common sense.

If you lose someone: In the event you, your child, or friends/family become separated at the festival, please talk beforehand and pick a designated place to meet – like the Information Booth! 

First aid will be available for people that might need  assistance.  First aid is located next to Will Call located east of the main concert entrance.

 Police and Security will be accessible throughout the park and concert areas. 

 Personal ATV’s and golf carts are prohibited by the  public throughout the park and concert area.

 Swimming is prohibited in Lake Garnett at any time. Boating is prohibited after 1 pm for this event. 

Entry requires a ticket or wristband. No exceptions. All wristbands will be checked.  Wristbands are $55 at the gate. All sales are final. No refunds, exchanges or returns. Cornstock – Anderson County Corn Festival is not  responsible for misplaced, lost or stolen wristbands.  Tickets purchased online via will be  replaced with wristbands at concert gate entrance by   authorized personnel.

Those who have VIP privileges must have both a VIP wristband and regular admission wristband.