Frequently Asked Questions
...and a few infrequent ones
For three days in July, we are a community; neighbors living respectfully near each other. The Festival rules provide guidelines to make the weekend safe and enjoyable for everyone. Attendees agree to these rules when they buy tickets to the event. We, as organizers of the event, will hold fans responsible for appropriate behavior during the Festival. Basically...
Safety & Courtesy
Don’t Be a Jerk
Tickets & Wristbands
Vehicles & Parking
Meet ‘n’ Greet Passes
What's Allowed on Festival Grounds?
Stop by the Tag-A-Kid table located near the medical tent, northeast of the stage. Parents can fill out a contact card and a volunteer will make matching wristbands for the child and parents. This will help security find parents in the event they’re separated from their child.
Thursday 4–9pm, Friday 3–12:30am, Saturday 1–12:30am, Sunday 2–11:30pm
What's Prohibited on Festival Grounds?
Outside Food & Beverages
Can I bring my service animal?
Service animals are defined as dogs, by the ADA, that are independently trained to do work or perform duties for people with disabilities. Service dogs will be allowed to enter with their owner. Service animals must be cared for and under the control of their handler at all times. Pets that provide comfort or emotional support are not considered service animals and will not be allowed in the Festival.