Please join us on March 29, 2024 for the fourteenth hosting of the 2024 Wild & Scenic® Film Festival at the Bank of New Hampshire Stage (including five days of video-on-demand) or online from the comfort of your home. Tickets on sale now (75 seats already taken!). What are you waiting for?

Each year, the New Hampshire Rivers Council brings one of the largest environmental film festivals to Concord. This year, we have more room for everyone at the Bank of New Hampshire Stage!

Friday, March 29, 2024.
Reception starts at 6:00 PM.
Showtime is 7:00 sharp.

Get your tickets NOW by visiting Film Festival 2024 – New Hampshire Rivers Council (

If you can’t be part of the big night or want to re-watch the films—there’s good news: your ticket price includes five days of video-on-demand.

This is the fourteenth year that the New Hampshire Rivers Council will host this sold-out event. The Wild & Scenic® Film Festival provides environmentally-conscious organizations with an opportunity to showcase films as a way to reach their communities and inspire citizens to effect environmental change. The Festival offers a way for viewers to get energized and empowered to work in the community and get involved in the Council’s initiatives and other projects.

Do you want to take your support to the next level and see your business or organization logo on all event media platforms and on the BIG screen during the film festival?

The event includes a number of ways to showcase national sponsors as well as local business partners, including a reception. Click here for the WSFF NHRC 2024 sponsorship information and pledge form to learn how you can be one of them.

The ticket cost for introductory film festival-goers (first time members only, please) includes a one-year membership to the New Hampshire Rivers Council and all the associated benefits.

As always, members receive special pricing and can renew when they purchase their tickets.

Hope to see MANY of you at the Film Festival!

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