Here are all the Frequently Asked Questions we can think of. Don’t see the answer to your question? Please email Thanks!

Where is it?

Camp Kee-Wanee
1 Health Camp Rd Greenfield MA
Please see Festival Info & Directions for additional info

What time do the gates open?

Thursday 3p (additional fee for early entry with weekend pass or Friday day ticket) Friday/Saturday/Sunday 9a

Is camping included in my festival ticket?

Wooded Tent Camping is included with your festival ticket.

How late can I stay on Sunday?

There is no camping on Sunday night. All tents must be down by 6 PM Sunday & all patrons must leave by 8 PM Sunday.

What is the cost for parking?

Parking is included with your festival ticket.

Can I camp by my car?

For an additional $40, you can camp in your car in a designated car camping area. Only wooded tent camping is included with your festival ticket.

Can I bring my car to my campsite?

You cannot bring your car to your campsite in the main wooded tent camping areas. You must park and carry your gear. Pro Worm Tip: grab a tent or tarp and use it to claim your spot when you find it. Then, go back for the rest of your gear. Don’t make the mistake of wandering around with all your stuff!

How far is camping from the main stage?

Camping is a walkable distance from the main stage.

Can I leave and return?

Yes. Once gates open, they do not close. You can come and go as  you please. Please do not remove your bracelet.

Are fires permitted? Propane grills?

Open fires are NOT PERMITTED, but small propane grills are fine. A fire extinguisher is a good idea if you plan to have a propane grill.

What should I pack?

If you are tent camping, you will need a tent, a sleeping bag and pillow – and some camp chairs if you plan to hang out at your tent. You should also bring bug repellent, good shoes, a hat, extra layers, rain gear, a good flashlight (& batteries!), and healthy snacks. The Festival General Store also has many festival and camping essentials that you may have forgotten. Check out the ‘What to Bring’ list below for a more in-depth list of items.

Don’t forget your ticket, or if your tickets are at Will Call, please bring photo ID with you and present it at the front gate.

Please also remember to bring a donation of canned goods or hygiene products for the Strangers Helping Strangers Food Drive that will go to benefit the Franklin County Meals Program. 

Here is a handy packing list for camping:

Wormtown Music Festival Packing List

Click here to see WHAT TO BRING

Short Descriptiontent
sleeping bag / blanket & pillow
air mattress / cot / sleeping mat
camp chairs
bug repellent
sun hat & sun glasses
good shoes, rain boots & extra socks
extra layers & sweatshirt or jacket – it gets chilly at night!
rain gear
good flashlight & batteries
healthy snacks
first aid kit
personal items
extra toilet paper and / or wipes
paper towels
hand sanitizer
water bottle
trash bags
camp flag or other way to identify your camp
leave valuables at home!

How far is the walk from parking?

Depending on where you’re parked, it’s an easy, accessible walk to the concert field and/or campground.

Can I leave and return?

Yes. Once gates open, they do not close. You can come and go as  you please. Please do not remove your bracelet.

How many RV passes / tickets do I need to buy?

1 RV Pass per RV, 1 ticket per person.

How many people are allowed at one RV site?

We do not limit the number of people at an RV site. However, please note that you cannot set up additional tents around the RV.

How many cars are allowed at one RV site?

You cannot park cars with your RV. 

Is there power or water hookups?

Sorry, no hookups.

Do you have handicap parking?

Handicap parking is available close to the main stage. If you need handicap parking and/or handicap camping – please inform the parking/gate staff. They will assist you.

Do you have handicap camping?

Handicap Camping is located across from First Aid as you head to the Vernville Stage. If you need handicap parking and/or handicap camping – please inform the parking/gate staff. They will assist you.

Please be advised, while the main stage is on a ‘baseball field’ – which is flat and level; some stages (Vernville & River Worm) are in the woods and a wooded path is the only way to gain access. Be aware that one may encounter roots and/or stumps along the way.

Is your event / venue kid friendly?

We are a very family friendly festival, with a designated area for family camping and a full weekend of scheduled kids activities, as well as a Teen Scene for teenagers.

What activities do you have for kids?

More information will be available close to the festival.

How do I volunteer? 

Please apply to volunteer at Volunteers will be selected and notified in August. You must be 18 and older to volunteer.

How many hours / shifts?

By volunteering you agree to work a minimum of 12 hours in exchange for a weekend pass.

How do I apply to be a vendor?

Please submit an application at if you would like to apply for a vending space at the show. There is no unofficial vending permitted, but we do allow a limited number of patrons to vend in a designated area in the campgrounds. Please register with the campground vending representative after you arrive.

Can I sell anything I want?

Items for sale must be approved by the Vending Coordinator.

Can I sell on the field?

Only official vending is allowed in booths on the concert field. Vendors must apply in advance and will be notified if they are selected.

Can I walk around and sell unofficially?

No unofficial vending allowed. Campground vending has an option available to walk around, but you must register with the Campground Vending representative and you are only allowed to walk around in the designated Campground Vending area.

Who do I contact for a media pass?

Sorry, we do not offer media passes.

Who do I contact for marketing and media inquiries?

Please contact

Who can I contact to submit my band to play at StrangeCreek Campout or Wormtown Music Festival?

Young local bands can participate in our StrangeCreek Battle of the Bands. Otherwise, bands can inquire to

Are there showers?

Rudimentary showers are available. There is only one available for men and one for women. Showers are located in the bathhouse by the community fire pit.

Is there water and ice available?

Bags of ice and water are sold by camp Kee-Wanee to benefit their scholarship program. Please support the camp! The Camp Kee-Wanee booth is located by the pavilion facing the concert field.

Lost and found?

Please email with a description of your item.

What is the service fee for?

The service fee covers shipping and handling. Closer to the show, orders will go to Will Call. At that point, the service fee covers Will Call processing. Order by mail order or at a local ticketing outlet and save the service fee.