CAMPING FAQ

Friday, October 1st: 10am-8pm

Saturday, October 2nd: 9am-3pm

Campgrounds close on Monday, October 4th at noon.

Festival Campground Quiet Hours occur from 12am – 7am each day. Quiet Hours are strictly enforced on Festival Campgrounds, in an effort to be courteous and respectful to your fellow Campers. (The Festival may change these hours for official Festival events in the campground without notice.)

Yes, guests can come and go from campgrounds to the concert site as often as they wish as long as they hold an event ticket and camping pass. Non-Camping Ticketholders are NOT permitted in the Campground. There is no re-entry provided for those without a Camping Pass.

Once you are parked within the campgrounds, you are not able to drive within the grounds or re-enter the campgrounds once you exit. Do not exit until you are ready to leave the Festival.

Camping will be assigned in order of arrival. We are not able to take special requests for camping locations.

Each camping and RV spot holds up to 4 individuals. One camping ticket is equivalent to purchasing one camping plot.

Each camping spot allows for one vehicle in the plot. You will need to purchase a parking pass for every vehicle not included in your package

Outside packages are not allowed to be dropped-off and/or picked-up in the campground area. Any delivery will be turned away and persons attempting to receive delivery may be subject to removal by Festival security staff.

Generators are allowed in the RV Campground only. Attached generators and small detached generators that are 65 decibels or lower will be allowed for use within the RV Campground. Detached generators must be monitored and quiet times must be honored by all persons using generators

  • All cooking appliances shall bear a certification or listing from a nationally recognized testing or certification organization.
  • All cooking appliances must utilize propane as the fuel source. No wood, charcoal or flammable/combustible liquid cooking appliances will be permitted. 
  • Only one cooking appliance per campsite shall be permitted.
  • The maximum amount of propane per campsite shall not exceed 20lbs (i.e. 48lbs of water capacity)
  • A minimum of 3 feet of clearance shall be maintained at all times while cooking appliance is in use. No combustible material shall be within 3 feet of the cooking appliance. 
  • Cooking appliances, while in use, shall not be left unattended. 
  • No butane
  • No isobutane
  • No alcohol stoves

Bathrooms will be stationed throughout the campgrounds and showers will be available for a nominal fee.

Each camper 21+ may bring either (1) case of canned beer, (1) box of wine or (1) case of canned wine. No glass is allowed on the campgrounds. A case can contain up to 24 cans and a box can contain up to 3L. NO GLASS BOTTLES ALLOWED. Drinks must be in their original packaging.

Get your last-minute necessities from our General Store located conveniently in the Campground! The General Store can also provide help, water refilling, phone charging, RV servicing information, ice purchases, and restrooms.