labor day weekend 2019









Join us for three days of music in the Endless Mountains, nestled on the shores of Independent Lake.

Swim in the lake, have some laughs with the improv teams, dive into the heated pool, join artists in a grand mosaic, salute the sun with yoga, have a go at the tennis and basketball courts and much more.

3-Day Ticket: $149
(Camping Included)

Arrival: TBD
Departure: TBD
For Families: 
Comin’ with the kids? Even better. There is a section of bunks specifically for families on the grounds. 

3- Day Bunk Rental

Half: $290
Full: $500

Per Bed: $60

Double Bunkhouse:
These bunkhouse cabins are fantastic for any size group. Each Double Bunkhouse has two rooms, with one large shared bathroom. Each side can sleep up to 10. So get your friends together and rent half of a bunkhouse (or the whole darn thing)! If you fill up your half bunk, it’s only $30 per person for 3 days, and even less if you get a full bunk. 

The cabins are equipped with full bathrooms with several hot showers, and each Double Bunkhouse has a front porch for chilling and staring into the wilderness that is the Poconos. Even though each side is a private room, you’ll be able to hear your neighbors in the adjacent bunk. Please bring sheets, blankets, pillows, and sleeping bags for your home away from home, bunkhouse. 

Lone Wolf Bunkhouse: For those lone wolves who just want a bed, pay $50 for all three days. Bunkhouses will be split into ladies and gents.

Note: Cabin Rental is not included in Festival Admission. Bunks passes are for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night. No lodging will be provided on Sunday evening in the bunks or on the grounds. It is free to camp on the grounds! 

Mosaic Music Music & Arts Festival Rules & FAQs

Rain or Shine

A little rain never hurt anyone. This is a rain or shine event. Bring boots, umbrellas, ponchos, and the like. If it’s sunny… you know the drill. Don’t forget the sunscreen.


Box Office Hours

Upon arriving to the festival, please check in at the welcome table where you will receive your wristband and camping/lodging instructions.


Respect the Fest

This festival was made possible thanks to our awesome host location. We want everyone to have a great time, but we need to all respect the property of our host location. So we can come back next year!

Be kind to one another, pace yourselves, and keep those vibes chill and happy.

Refund Policy

There will be no refunds. Festival is Rain or Shine. Artists subject to change.


We are selling Mosaic t-shirts at the festival! You’ll be able to tie-dye them with our awesome tie-dye artist. Keep a look out for these buggers.

All artists will be able to sell their merch as well! Look out for these goodies to the side of the main stage.

Re-Entry Policy

Come and go as you please. But we have a feeling you’ll want to stay.


The festival’s host location is Independent Lake Camp. The address is 70 Clark Road, Thompson, PA 18465 (Even though mapping software often claims it's Orson or Lakewood).   It is in the Endless Mountain region of the Pocono Mountains in the very northeastern tip of Pennsylvania, 40 minutes northeast of Scranton or 40 minutes southeast of Binghamton, New York.  The closest bus station is in Hancock, NY.  


Welcome to camp and the sweet smell of freedom in your own bunk! Please bring linens or a sleeping bag for your bed. There are restrooms separating each half bunk. If you reserve a half bunk, be prepared to have neighbors that you’ll be in close proximity to. There are electrical outlets in each bunk. But who needs phones. Am I right?! Am I right?!


Family friendly. Everyone is welcome.


Dogs will not be allowed on the festival property.

What to Bring

  • Sunscreen

  • Hats

  • YOGA MAT. Bring it for the morning Yoga.

  • Sunglasses

  • Earplugs

  • Empty refillable water bottles

  • Small backpacks or bags

  • Blankets or beach towels

  • Valid Driver’s License for to get your wristband upon entry

  • Dancing shoes

  • Good vibes

  • LINENS if you’re staying in a bunk or a Sleeping Bag

  • Camping gear if camping

What NOT to Bring

  • Weapons of ANY kind


  • Fireworks/explosives

  • Illegal Substances

  • Pets

  • Laser pointers

  • No illegal vending is permitted. No unauthorized/unlicensed vendors allowed.

Water Stations

Hydration is key! No matter how you think it isn’t when soaking up that Pennsylvania sun… drink water! There will be water available in the cafeteria all day and there are water fountains throughout the camp.

Food & Drinks

Food. We love food. And we know too. That’s why we’re welcoming Chef Jenn Hurley who is creating a menu just for the festival. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner made to order in the ‘ole camp cafeteria. But this isn’t your typical camp food folks. Chef Hurley will be whipping out fresh, healthy meals.


The closest ATM is at the Orson Country Inn a few blocks away.  There are also banks, conveniences stores a short drive away in all directions.  We will be able to accept debit/credit cards through cards for most purchases.

Performance Schedule

Set times will be released shortly before the festival begins! Up until the festival we are making shifts according to the artists so we want to make sure the schedule is all set for them before airing! Stay tuned!

Playing The Festival

You’re awesome. We love you. Please come jam at our campfires in the evening. We’re all up for collaboration. Our line-up is currently locked but come jam with us!

Sponsors and Press

If you’re interested in sponsoring the event or spreading the word, we’d be happy to give you more information! Just email us at

Want to perform at Mosaic? Email us at


Mosaic Music Festival is located in Orson, Pennsylvania(Even though mapping software often claims it's Thompson) and is set in the Endless Mountain region of the Pocono Mountains. We are in the very northeastern tip of Pennsylvania, 40 minutes northeast of Scranton or 40 minutes southeast of Binghamton, New York.

We are near the New York border. Although we are located in Orson Pennsylvania, our summer postal address is Thompson, Pennsylvania. Orson is too small for its own post office.