JUNE 9TH + 10TH
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Are Animals allowed in the park?
Animals are only allowed with campers at campsites only in the park. Must be on a leash.
Where is camping located?
Camping is located in Felt's Park. Mostly beside the tennis courts and along the fence line as well. See main page and ticket page for details on camping.
Is there a lost and found?
We do not have a lost and found officially. Check with one of the firemen or volunteers and they will turn in the item, or find your item.
Is there food?
We have fabulous food vendors on site. There are also restaurants located on Main Street near the festival and in the surrounding area.
Where will be parked, and is there a fee?
Parking is on site, and is free. You will be directed by the firemen where to park when entering the festival main gate.
Are lawn chairs permitted?
Yes! Bring your lawn chairs to place in front of all stages except Stage 341. Stage 341 has provided chairs since it is in a gymnasium. All of our stages are covered (one is indoors in the Recreation Center- with air conditioning!) . Bring a cushion for the main stage covered bleacher seating if wanted! Chairs are not advised to place in the main stage covered bleachers, but can be placed in front of the main stage on the ground.
Is there WiFi in park?
Wifi is not provided in the park.
Is the festival handicap accessible?
All areas of the festival grounds is handicap accessible.
Is there re-entry to the festival?
Yes! If you're a single day ticket holder you need to have your hand stamped at the gate before leaving the park. If you're a two day ticket holder you will have an arm band which will give you re-admission.
Are coolers allowed in the park?
No coolers are allowed in the festival area.
Is alcohol allowed in the festival?
No alcoholic beverages are permitted in the festival area.
Is there a dedicated smoking area?
There is not a dedicated area, but we ask that when in the stands and around stages you step away to be considerate of other festival goers.