Outside food is permitted. However, because our festival is an intimate affair we ask that you leave coolers at home or in vehicles. There will also be food available on the festival grounds and we encourage you to support our yummy vendors!
No. We serve beer and wine at the festival, purchase through us so we don’t risk losing our liquor license. No alcohol should enter or leave the festival grounds.
Yes, look for posted “designated smoking area” signage or ask the nearest volunteer to point you in the right direction.
There a grassy lawn, the rest is up to you. You can bring a blanket, folding chair or even your favorite rocking chair just be courteous of others.
Rain or shine, the show will go on. You could need sunscreen, a hat, a hoodie, a tutu, a tank top, shorts, a parka, pants, a poncho…check the weather forecast. Typically, we don’t see much inclement weather but it is always good to be prepared. The average temps at the festival grounds range from low 60’s to upper 80’s.
Please leave all dogs (and other pets) at home. Pets are not permitted.
Sorry, it’s top secret. No really, there is not public Wi-Fi.
We can’t control the payment options our vendors provide. For official festival purchases (festival tickets, beer/wine, artist merchandise, festival swag) cards are accepted. Internet access is limited, it is always best to have some extra cash on hand in case we are unable to take cards.
Our tight-knit volunteer team makes the festival possible. Each day that you work (a 4 hour shift) you can attend the festival for free! We always need trustworthy, hardworking, flexible volunteers with “can do” attitudes. Locate the volunteer link on our page or click HERE to access the volunteer application. Many of our volunteers return from year to year. Returning volunteers (from the previous year) take priority when shifts/tasks are assigned.