ALLOWED IN CAMPGROUNDS Festival wristbands and passes Tent and rain fly Tarp Flag/Balloon (to identify your campsite) Table Chairs Beverages (no glass containers) Food Ice Coolers (outside food & beverages not allowed into the concert field) Generators (must be vented above your camper and off by 2:00 AM) Propane gills (at least 12 inches above [...]
ALLOWED IN VENUE Clear Bag – clear plastic, vinyl or PVC tote bag no larger than 12” x 6” x 12” with a single compartment Blankets and small chairs Hats Rain gear Ear plugs Empty plastic water bottle 1 sealed water bottle per person Empty camelbacks with only one pocket Camera (basic cameras only – [...]
With safety being our #1 priority, we will be following the guidance of all City and State authorities on protocols for the festival. We will publish more details as we get closer to the event. If there is a cancellation of the festival due to COVID-19, we will offer a window of time to request [...]
SMALL BAG POLICY: All bags will be searched before entry. Clear bags no larger than 12″x6″x12″ with a single compartment and/or small clutch bag 4.5″x6.5″ No backpacks or multi-compartment bags Camelback’s are allowed but must be empty and have only one additional pocket.
We do allow chairs to be at the festival in the general admission area behind the ‘chair line’ so people that want to stand are closer to the stage. Umbrellas are NOT allowed inside the venue though as it blocks the view of others behind you.
Sure you can! Day parking is available to purchase on site.
No, only approved and licensed vendors are allowed inside the festival. This will be strictly enforced.
We welcome all ages! Children 10 & under are free in the GA area.
Both cash and most major credit cards will be accepted on site. We will have ATMs onsite.
Guests will only be allowed to leave the VIP area with 1 drink per person. Anyone caught breaking this rule will have the possibility of their passes being confiscated.