Festival Info

General info

 Find all the information you need for a haywire weekend here! Experience the whole weekend or take in the parts that interest you the most!

Friday, July 26: 4 pm – 2:30 am Night market (5-9), food trucks, Art in the Barn, workshops, kids program, bonfire, beer gardens, live electronic music showcasing Sask DJs and Hip hop artists.

Entry $40 for Advance Friday only, $100 for Advance Weekend pass (weekend pass holders can add camping for $10 at checkout)

Saturday, July 27: 9 am – 2:30 am Public market (admission $5/person for non pass holders from 12-5), food trucks, kids program, workshops, live art exhibits and live music from Sask DJs, singer/songwriters and bands, bonfire and beer gardens

Entry $60 for Advance Saturday only, $100 for Advance Weekend pass (weekend pass holders can add camping for $10 at checkout)

Sunday, July 28: 9 am – 5 pm Workshops, charity pancake breakfast and live music. (Entry by donation)


Festival schedule


July 26

Drum Circle 4-5

Night market 5-9 

Art in the barn 5-9 

Kids program 5-9

Workshops 5-9

Mainstage DJs 5-2:30

Beer Gardens 5 pm – 2 am

  • July 27

    Food trucks open 9 am

    Workshops 9-5

    Country Market (open to public, $5 admission) 12-5

    Market Music 12-5

    Kids workshops 12-5

    Beer Gardens 5 pm -2 am

    Mainstage performers 5 pm – 2:30 am

    July 28

    Pancake breakfast TBA

    Workshops 9 – 11 am

    Drum Circle 11 am – 12pm

    Mainstage Music Performances and Finale 12 pm – 3 pm

  • 2:30 pm Farmers workshop

Packing list
  • lawnchair
  • cash (no atm on site, come out and support our vendors)
  • drinking water, stay hydrated!
  • bugspray
  • sunscreen
  • yoga mat or beach blanket (if participating in workshops, please note yoga is outside)
  • raingear, rubber boots 
  • camping gear (if you are here for the whole weekend)
  • dancing shoes
  • a great attitude!

  • Rustic on site camping available for only $10 with a weekend pass.
  • Gates open for camping on Friday, July 26 at 3 pm.  No early admittance.   Must  vacate the campground by 7 pm July 28.
  • Choose between Night owl camping for those who like to stay up late or Early bird camping for those who prefer a quieter experience.  Early birds will be further from the event stage and suitable for families, bring your walking shoes.  
  • No Campfires permitted in camping area.  Nightly bonfires will be held in the main stage area.  Propane firepits are permitted.
  • Tents and campers welcome.  Please note camping is in a pasture, therefore quite open. Please come prepared for weather conditions, this is Saskatchewan!
  • There are no shower facilities on site. Codette lake is located 8 km directly North of the farm and a great place for a quick dip, backwoods style!
  • Bring potable water for drinking.  Outside food and drink is permitted in camping area.  Drinking water is available for purchase from onsite vendors.
  • Please use provided garbage and recycling containers and clean up your site upon leaving.  Thank you for respecting the farm.

How to get here

Haywire farms Sask is located in beautiful Northeast Saskatchewan only 8 km from Codette lake, 15 km from Codette and 30 km from Nipawin.  

Distance from Saskatchewan major centers:

  • Regina 345 km
  • Saskatoon 245 km
  • Prince Albert 130 km
  • Melfort 66 km

Haywire Farms Sask is easily located through google maps but farmer directions listed below:

From Melfort take Hwy 6 to Gronlid (34 km), turn onto Hwy 335 towards Arborfield for 20 km and turn North (left) at “Healey Clapson Road” take this grid for 13 km and you will arrive at the farm.  The 1st entrance is for campers and day parking, 2nd entrance is for vendors and disability day parking. Look for the signs posted.

From Nipawin take Hwy 35 S towards Tisdale for 17 km to Pontrilas. Take the Pontrilas grid West (turn right) for 9 km and turn North (right), farm will be 2 km.  1st entrance for day parking, camping.  2nd entrance for vendors and disability day parking.




Get Involved

Be a special part of the Haywire Farm festival and join the team! It takes volunteers to make an event like this possible and giving back to your community will bring you extra joy and laughter, we promise! As an extra thank you, rebate options on your weekend pass for donating your time to make sure the festival runs less haywire! Minimum volunteer age is 13.



Volunteer 6 hours between July 26-28 and receive a 50% refund on your weekend pass* (split into 2 x 3 hour shifts during the weekend)

Volunteer 12 hours between July 26-28 and receive a 100% refund on your weekend pass* (split into 3 x 4 hour shifts during the weekend) 

Volunteer 4 hours between July 26 -28 just for smiles! 

*Refunds given on July 28 once volunteer hours are completed




 A variety of workshops will be available throughout the weekend for pass holders.  These workshops are based around holistic living, homesteading practices, storytelling, nature learning, art and more!  Daily meditation and yoga practice will be available.  Stay tuned for workshop schedule to come!  

Would you like to teach something to our festival goers?  Please fill out a an artist application of what kind of workshop you would like to lead. Workshop leaders receive a free weekend pass for providing education to our guests!

Our workshop facilitators include:


  • Aski Holistic Adventures: “Survival & Wilderness Skills” (Saturday 11-5)
  •  “Deepening our Local Food Relationships” (Sunday 2:30 pm)
  • Triple H Homestead (Saturday 12-2; 3-5)
  • Logan LeBlanc – Inner Nature Camp (Kids program Friday 5-8; Saturday 12-5)
  • Tribal Vibes Wildfire Productions (Drumcircle Friday 4 pm; Dance workshop 7 pm; Drumcircle Sunday 11 am)
  • Zen Rhythm Co. (Drumcircle Friday 4 pm; Sunday 11 am)
  • Dopamine Wellness (Animal Flow yoga Saturday 10 am)
  • DIanne Beckett : Hula Hoop workshop for Kids Friday 8-9pm




Live Art Exhibits

The Haywire farm supports our local artists by allowing a space for them to create and showcase their talents to the public.  Stay tuned for artists involved in this year’s festival.



Kids Program

Music, laughter, games, inner nature learning, face painting, crafts, art and more!   Kids programs are held from 5-8 pm Friday, July 26 and 12-5 on Saturday, July 27th led by educator, Logan LeBlanc and finishing with a parade led by Tribal Vibes Wild Fire. Free for kids 12 and under.  



Country Market & Vendors

Night market Friday, July 26 5-9pm for weekend and Friday pass holders

Public market Saturday, July 27 12-5pm  $5 entrance fee (12 and under free), includes parking, live music, workshops between hours 12-5.

Want to be a Haywire Vendor?  Fill out the vendor application from main menu and show your talents!



Food Service

A variety of food vendors are available to meet most dietary needs.  Outside food and drink is permitted in camping area to ensure specific needs are met.  List of food vendors to come, stay tuned! 

Food service will be available during the festival from the following times:

July 26 4 pm -12 am  July 27 9 am – 12 am July 28 10 am – 2 pm

Do you have a food service business and would like to be a haywire vendor?  Please inquire by email haywirefarmfestival@gmail.com  




Have questions? Contact us by email haywirefarmfestival@gmail.com



Haywire Farm Festival