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Hills Alive is a free summer music festival held the third weekend in July in Memorial Park, Rapid City (directions) featuring 20+ of the best Christian artists on two stages over two days. There is also a KidsZone with outreach ministry, on-stage shows, bouncy village, and children's tent. Several delicious food vendors are on site, as well as Merchandise vendors and non-profit booths. This is a family-friendly event and a huge outreach ministry in the area because it's FREE and it's in the middle of downtown Rapid City. Hills Alive brings in 20,000-25,000 people each day! Make plans to come next summer to the 33rd annual Hills Alive! 

Admission
Hills Alive is free to attend! There will be a free-will offering taken for those who wish to support the festival.
 
What To Bring
- Lawn Chair/Blanket
- Plenty of Water
- Sunscreen
- All Your Friends!
- Extra cash for the offering, food and shopping
 
What NOT to Bring
- Video Cameras, due to copyright laws and artist’s requests.
- Tents or umbrellas, as they block the view of the person behind you.
- No Tarps.  You may bring blankets to sit on but there will be no tarps allowed on the lawn due to the damage it causes to the park.
- NO PETS. Out of consideration for other attendees and the safety of your pets, please leave your pets at home or with a friend. If you need to bring your pet with you to Rapid City, another option to bringing them to the park is Safe Haven Pet Resort, which is a dog sitting business where you pet can enjoy their day without all the noise & people.

Modest Dress
Please consider dressing modestly while attending the festival.

Parking
Parking will be available on the west side of the Civic Center, at Central High School, and in the public parking lot directly across Fifth Street. Please observe caution while crossing busy streets.
 
Food Concessions
We will have a large variety of food vendors at Hills Alive.

Merchandise
Most Hills Alive artists will be selling CDs & t-shirts. Along with that there will be plenty of merchandise booths selling a variety of other merchandise including festival t-shirts.

Personal Property
The lost and found will be located in the information booth. KSLT, KLMP, 97.9 The Breeze and Hills Alive do not accept any responsibility prior to, during, or after the festival for the loss or damage of any personal property.

First Aid
Professional First Aid Service will be available all throughout the festival. Please note: KSLT, KLMP, 97.9 The Breeze and Hills Alive do not accept any responsibility prior to, during, or after the festival for any personal injury

Additional Information
For additional information about the festival, feel free to contact us via our contact page.








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