FAQ’s:

ARRIVING AT THE FESTIVAL

FESTIVAL GATE OPENS AT:

Thursday: 8 am

Friday: 8 am

Saturday: 8 am

Sunday: 8 am

  • If you arrive when the gates are not open, you may need to wait there until someone can assist you. Tickets will not be sold after the gates have closed for the night.
  • TICKETS: Have them ready when you arrive. (If you received your ticket via email, PRINT IT OUT in advance. Do not rely on your phone to display the barcode needed.)
  • OFF-SITE PARKING LOT: There is an offsite lot, walk in from car $5. On-site parking is $25 per car for the full weekend.
  • ENTRY/EXIT: You are allowed to enter and exit the venue during the festival if you are parked outside the gate, but you must keep on your festival wristband on at all times. If you don’t have your wristband upon re-entry, you will be required to buy another ticket to enter the festival.
  • Dogs- Only Service Dogs allowed on festival site see the bottom of the page for service animal definition
  • KIDS ACTIVITIES: We call our children’s area, the “Kids’ Village.” Festival weekend will be packed with fun activities for the whole family. Yoga, art, crafts, clown, and games is just the short list. The Kids’ Village schedule for yoga, drumming, and other workshops will be printed in the festival program. We love being able to provide a safe place for your little festival peeps to play but please maintain constant supervision. Do not leave your children alone anywhere on the festival site. Make sure your name and phone number is clearly written on their admission wristband. If you are missing your child, report to Head Quarters/Information Booth and notify a staff member. If we find an unattended child who’s lost their way, we’ll escort them to HQ.
  • FOOD/BEVERAGE: We will have a great variety of yummy food vendors. Feel free to prepare your own meals at your campsite as well. We’ll have free bottle filling stations for water in the festival viewing areas. Bring a bottle! An excellent selection of craft beer and wine will be available at the Dance Hall near our Main stage. Valid photo identification is required to purchase adult beverages. You are allowed to bring your own food and non-alcoholic beverages into the music viewing areas, but you cannot bring your own alcohol.
  • SHOWERS: All patrons will have access to showers on-site! Showers are free of charge thanks to festival sponsor Turman Group.
  • FIRST AID/EMERGENCY/SAFETYFirst Aid will be provided on-site by trained medical personnel. They will be part of our team of medical/emergency/security professionals on site at all hours. We’ll provide help for any medical issue you may have but please bring along any materials needed for preexisting conditions. If you have a medical condition or allergy we should know about, please stop by the first-aid tent near the Information Booth. We ask that you report any hazardous situations to our festival staff. We will be trained in what to do during an emergency. In the event of site-wide emergency, please listen for instructions.
  • TRASH/RECYCLING: Please do your best to separate trash from recycling and keep our farm clean. We’ll have extra trash and recycling bags on hand. Please tie the bags and leave them by the nearest gravel road or walking path when you leave for good.
  • Let’s make this safe & fun for everyone!!
            Attendees, teachers, speakers, musicians and vendors prior to the event or gathering  should not attend if they have tested positive for COVID-19, are waiting for COVID-19 test results, are showing COVID-19 symptoms, or if they have had close contact with a person who has tested positive for or who has symptoms of COVID-19. Please stay home for the health of the community.

            Serice Dogs:

            Service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. Examples of such work or tasks include guiding people who are blind, alerting people who are deaf, pulling a wheelchair, alerting and protecting a person who is having a seizure, reminding a person with mental illness to take prescribed medications, calming a person with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) during an anxiety attack, or performing other duties. Service animals are working animals, not pets. The work or task a dog has been trained to provide must be directly related to the person’s disability. Dogs whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support do not qualify as service animals under the ADA.

            This definition does not affect or limit the broader definition of “assistance animal” under the Fair Housing Act or the broader definition of “service animal” under the Air Carrier Access Act.

            Some State and local laws also define service animal more broadly than the ADA does. Information about such laws can be obtained from the relevant State attorney general’s office.

            Let’s all do our part, and be there for each other when it comes to safety, let it begin with YOU!
              The Dancin Dakini &  Floyd Staff