Information – located at the front entrance to the festival grounds
First Aid – located near the front entrance to the festival grounds
Lost & Found – located at the Volunteer tent
We will do our best to run the event as planned. The event will be held, rain or shine, just like a sporting event. The Colorado mountain outdoors can be unpredictable in the summer so please plan accordingly.
Yes in the festival grounds and the camping area. Bring an empty water bottle for refill or unopened commercial bottles.
Yes, however please take caution as uneven surfaces may exist. Heck, we’re in a hayfield.
No. You will need a separate ticket to enter the festival grounds.
Sure. You will need to be in line together as your vehicle enters the campgrounds as we will direct cars to each camp spot in a row. If you enter the campgrounds at different times, you will likely be in a camp spot away from each other. No saving spots for later. Make sense?
Monday at noon the campgrounds must be emptied.
If you want to beat the rush, we sugggest you arrive on Thursday when the campgrounds open at 10am. Then you can set up your camp and chill out to enjoy the rest of your weekend. You’ll be able to load in the rest of the weekend too on a first-come first-serve basis.
It’s the Colorado Rockies, which means it could change in a moment. Typically the days are warm and the nights are cool. Bring lots of layers and sunscreen.
When did your parents take you on your first camping trip? Each campsite must have an adult chaperone, meaning a group of under 18 year olds may not camp alone.