Visit our page, Getting to the Fest, to find out information about parking, transit, and accessibility to the site.
Persons with low mobility are best to park in the Muskoseepi pavilion parking lot, and enter the festival via Gate 2. Even though Gate 2 does provide box office services, our volunteers will help those with accessibility needs with ticket purchases and/or will call.
The official parking lot is the GPRC parking lot. Check out the Getting to the Fest page for a site map and more info!
There are two gates for the festival; The Main/West Gate (1 block east of 105 St and 104 Ave) near the college, and the East Gate (just northwest of the Muskoseepi pavilion)
If you are collecting your tickets at the gate, you must go to the Main/West Gate; where the Festival Box Office is located.
Gate Opening times:
Friday 4:30 PM
Saturday 9:30 AM
Sunday 9:30 AM
Tickets and passes are always available at the main gate while the fest is on. You can purchase tickets and passes with debit, Visa, MasterCard, and cash. Note that tickets and passes are not sold at Gate 2. This site map shows you where the main gate is!
The type of wristband you get depends on the type of ticket you present at the gate. Three-day pass holders will get one wristband for the whole weekend. Patrons with a Single Day ticket will get a wristband that is good only for the day that is indicated on their ticket.
On the first day, any patron with all three Single Day Tickets (Fri/Sat/Sun) can choose to present all three tickets for a weekend wristband. Each ticket can also be exchanged at the gate on the respective day for a daily wristband.
Your wristband enables you to come and go from the site and is a requirement on site to verify that you have purchased a ticket. However, Wristbands are not exchangeable and should not be removed or tampered with. Patrons who remove their wristband may be escorted from the festival site and refused re-admission. All festival patrons, including children entering free, must have a wristband.
Festival chairs should be a max height of 26 inches off the ground with legs/seat no higher than 8 inches off the ground. The height restriction is there to allow for unobstructed views of the stages for all patrons in the main seating areas. Volunteers may be checking heights and will require patrons to either put away chairs that exceed that height or relocate to an appropriate area.
Festival chairs can be found in a few different stores in Grande Prairie. Try places like Costco, London Drugs, Ernie’s Sport Experts, Canadian Tire, etc. Note that there might not always be inventory, so online might be a good alternative as well. We recommend buying early, or snatching up your chairs if you happen to come across them in the wild.
Should you require a high-backed chair for mobility reasons, seating for these chairs is permitted to the sides and rear of stages. Family and friends are welcome to join those who need to sit in the accessibility area, assuming space is adequate for those with needs.
The accessibility entrance is at Gate 2 by the Muskoseepi Pavillion, where there is also Accessibility Parking set aside (not as many hills to climb entering from that way) and our volunteers at the gate are happy to assist patrons.
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Strollers and young ones are more than welcome! If your stroller exceeds the 26″ chair height restriction, we’d encourage following our chair rules found just above!
Yes, you can bring in your own food and non-alcoholic beverages. There will also be many tasty options at our varied concession vendors that should satisfy many tastes and dietary needs.
Note: Bag check in effect: checking for alcohol, drugs, or glass (baby food & bottles permitted)
Friday: 6:30PM- 12AM
Saturday: 2-3PM and 6:30-12AM
Sunday: 2-3PM and 6:30-11PM
Side stages (Stage 1, 2, 3) will run Saturday and Sunday from 11AM-
2PM and 3PM-6:30PM
How do I know what’s on when? The Mainstage line-up and session schedule will be posted on our website in June. Program books will be available on site with complete schedules, site map, performer bios and photos. You will want to keep your program book as a souvenir of your festival experience!
Bike lock-up, family area, food and beverage concessions, beer garden, crafts, artist recordings and festival merchandise sales, information tent, lost & found, first aid, washrooms, water & wash stands, and recycling stations.
Post Festival: The Lost and Found will take a while to gather, sort, and record…Please contact the festival at firstname.lastname@example.org after Tuesday, August 16th. Lost items will only be retained for a limited time so please check in with us before the end of September.
We will do our best to accommodate patrons with physical challenges. If you have questions, concerns, or require assistance once on site, please ask for an “Access Crew” volunteer when you enter either gate, or at the Information Tent on site. Fest goers with mobility issues can enter through Gate 2. Parking at Gate 2 is limited, so it may be easiest to be dropped off at the Muskoseepi Pavilion and flag down one of the beautifully-decorated golf carts for a ride. We recommend finding parking at GPRC, where those still in the car can enter through the main gate. This site map shows the gates and parking.
Wheelchair access: The easiest access point for wheelchairs is via Gate 2 the East gate, which enters at the bottom of the hill (just northwest of the Muskoseepi Pavilion).
Mobility – Special accommodations available for people with mobility issues. See info booth at the festival for more information.
See festival program book for complete information about services and site locations.
Rules, Safety, and Etiquette – Good Neighbour Guidelines
In order to ensure the best possible experience for everyone involved, please be aware of our good neighbour policies. This is a meant to be a very friendly Festival where strangers respect each other’s needs during the festival weekend. Most of those Good Neighbour Guidelines boil down to common sense and courtesy—Please be considerate to everyone on the hill.
Although there is no camping on-site, there are numerous camping and hotel options. Click HERE for details.