FESTIVAL RULES & INFORMATION
Venue Address: 1 Health Camp Rd, Greenfield MA
Gates Open at 9am Friday
Tents Down by 6pm on Sunday.
Campgrounds close at 8pm.
RV’s MUST have RV Pass. Note: Passes are LIMITED and may sell out. *available by Mail Order.
Under 18 must have guardian
Kids 15 and under FREE; MUST be accompanied by guardian.
No glass bottles. Coolers are okay.
NO open fires.
NO fireworks or luminarias.
NO AMPLIFIED music in the campground.
NO Drumming after 11pm.
NO DOGS – Service dogs MUST be registered.
Please take down shade tents on the concert field after sundown.
We reserve the right to refuse admittance to anyone for any reason.
RESPECT OUR NEIGHBORS
RIVER ACCESS in designated areas only! Please do not venture up or down stream into neighboring properties.
NO TRESPASSING ON NEIGHBORING PROPERTIES. Patrons caught on neighbors’ properties will be ejected!
Try not forget this place is a Kids Camp for Music and The Arts. We are trying to protect and improve the land for the kids that will be attending the camp each summer – so, leave nothing but footprints.
**NEW** CAR CAMPING!
Here’s how it works:
First off, please note this is optional – we will still be doing our normal camping arrangement (park in field, carry to site) that is included with your regular festival ticket. This option is for those of you who do not wish to carry your stuff into the woods.
This option MAY be limited by availability, depending on how quickly it fills up – which will be on a “first come, first serve” basis.
IF you want to camp with your vehicle, it is an additional $30 ~per vehicle~. AFTER you get your festival wristband at the gate, you will proceed to the parking area. You will then be asked by parking staff if you want regular parking (included with your ticket) or if you want to go to the Car Camping field. Upon entering the Car Camping field, you will be able to purchase your Car Camping pass.
SPACE IS LIMITED!: Each vehicle will be allotted an area of approximately 15’ x 20’ beside it for camping (room for about 2 tents, or a tent and canopy, roughly). Please respect your camping neighbors by keeping your setup within the allotted space.
… look out for each other and play safe!