Oshkosh Sawdust Days
With 4 stages of music, Sawdust Days is one of the country’s most unique family festivals since it's really 3 separate festivals in 1. Over 150,000 people attend over 5 days.
The Budweiser Mainstage features Rock, Blues, Americana & Rockabilly bands from throughout the USA.
Sabor-a-Mexico features the largest free Hispanic Ethnic festival north of Chicago.
2014 5K/Run/Walk Registration is Open. Coming Soon
Oshkosh Sawdust Days, Inc. is a non-profit organization run by volunteers. Proceeds from the festival go to pay for expenses such as; tents, toilets, entertainment, insurance, advertising, ½ of the 4th of July Fireworks, fencing, security, grounds, etc. Profits are donated to Menominee Park and the Festival of Lights. Oshkosh Sawdust Days is a vehicle for many non-profit and service groups from Oshkosh and the surrounding area to raise money for their respective causes and is the largest source of revenue for Oshkosh AMVETS Post #7 with the main portion of the money raised at Oshkosh Sawdust Days going to community projects such as: The United Cerebral Palsy, Military funeral services, student scholarships and directly to all the Veteran’s hospitals in the State of Wisconsin. We look forward to making the 2012 festival the best one yet
The Oshkosh Sawdust Days, Inc. Executive Board