We have three stages of music with tons of entertainment throughout the weekend so you never miss a beat!
Yes! We offer a fun and safe environment for kids to connect and thrive in Kids-Landia, where we welcome children of all ages to enjoy a creative space filled with hands-on activities and engaging performances. Youth tickets are at a discounted price with kids 12 and under being free. We also offer a designated Family Camp area, a safe and quiet space inside the campgrounds for parents and children to camp together and connect with other families in the community. Please ask for Family Camp upon entering the campground. Note: no vehicles or RVs allowed in Family Camp. Vehicles will be parked adjacent to the camp. RVs will go in designated RV Camping.
There is a swimmable creek that runs along the festival grounds. Most years the creek is quite calm, offering deep pools which are perfect for cooling off on a hot day. Sometimes there is a weak current depending on how much rain we’ve had in previous months. The depth may change rapidly and children need constant supervision. PLEASE NOTE: Any body of water is potentially dangerous for young children or anyone who does not know how to swim! There is no lifeguard. Kids under 12 must be accompanied by an adult at the creek.
There is a “Clothing Required” area and a “Clothing Optional” area. If this matters to you, make sure to bring yourself and your kids to the correct area.
Your 3-Day Festival Pass includes access to three stages of music, our beautiful festival venue at Black Oak Ranch, Ten Mile Creek, the River Bar, the Food Court, the Maple Grove Healing Sanctuary, late night programming, etc. Camping is also included with your 3-Day Festival Pass, although every vehicle will need a WALK-IN CAMPING, CAR CAMPING, OR DAY PARKING VEHICLE PASS (if your vehicle is 21’ or shorter), or an RV PASS (if your vehicle is longer than 21′). Vehicle passes are sold per vehicle not per person. You can purchase a Vehicle Pass or an RV Pass on our TICKET INFO page coming soon. Carpooling is highly recommended!
Tickets are non-refundable. If you cannot use your ticket, you may transfer it. See below. Event is rain or shine. Artists subject to change.
Yes. If you want to transfer your entire ticket order to someone else, you can log into your Eventbrite account and change the name on your order. To facilitate the transfer of an order or a specific ticket at the box office, ticket holder must make a copy of their ID and write a note releasing that ticket to whomever they wish to transfer it to.
This event is very likely to sell out in advance. We recommend getting your passes via our festival ticketing page (tickets on sale soon) before the next price increase. Passes will be available at the gate if the event does not sell out in advance. Note: Vehicle passes are sold separately and every vehicle must have a vehicle pass.
The Hog Farm Hideaway does not offer discounts or promo codes for 3-Day Festival Passes of any kind.
No. Children 12 and under do not need admission tickets. However, we will be issuing child identification wristbands at Security Central. We highly recommend you visit Security Central near the main food court to get an identification wristband for your child.
Single day tickets may be available closer to the event. This event could sell out and therefore we may not be able to offer single day tickets.
ARRIVING ON SITE
The Gate and Box Office hours are:
Friday, June 9: 8:00AM – midnight
Saturday, June 10: 8:00AM – midnight
Sunday, June 11: 8:00AM – 10:00PM
Please plan to arrive during open hours. We will not be able to admit you after hours.
Stay tuned for our full music schedule.
There is no early entry option. Gates will open at 8:00 AM on Friday, June 9th and close at 12:00 PM on Monday, June 12th.
Police regulations do not permit lining up outside this gate prior to it’s being opened. “No Stopping Any Time” regulations are enforced north and south of the gate along US-101 for a few miles. “No U-Turns” signage is posted within close proximity of the festival as well.
No. There is NO non-staff access to the festival site prior to the gate opening up. Parking/stopping along Hwy 101 within several miles north and south of the festival entrance is not allowed.
Outer gates close at midnight. Please come prepared.
All tickets are electronic tickets and are sent to you via email upon purchase. Please have your barcoded ticket/s ready at check-in. You may print out your ticket or show your ticket on your smartphone. Note: cell phone connectivity is limited at the Black Oak Ranch so please make sure to have your barcode ready prior to arrival. If you do not have your barcode upon arrival, we can check you in with photo ID. Festival tickets, parking passes and vehicle camping passes ARE ALL SOLD SEPARATELY, please ensure you have all of the appropriate credentials prior to arrival to ensure seamless entry.
If you plan on leaving the festival, we encourage you to park your vehicle in the designated Day Parking area. There are no in and out privileges from the main Car Camping area except in emergency situations, at which time you should seek out a security staff member for assistance.
Yes, day parking will be available for purchase. PLEASE NOTE: This pass does not grant access to the event, you will need to purchase a 3-DAY Festival Pass to enter the festival grounds.
The Hog Farm Hideaway offers walk-in camping, car camping, RV camping, and luxury camping. Many of the walk-in campsites are nestled under our beautiful, shady oaks along 10-mile creek. If you intend to do walk-in camping, please plan to transport your gear from your car to your campsite. Walk-in camping is limited and first-come-first serve. Car and RV camping is available in our flat, open meadow (limited shade). A vehicle pass is required for your vehicle to enter the walk-in car parking, car camping area, and RV camping areas and is sold separately (tickets on sale soon). Click here for additional designated camp areas.
Camping spots are on a first-come-first-serve basis. Camping begins at 8:00 AM on Friday, and ends at 12:00 PM on Monday. If you want to camp together, please plan to arrive together. Early arriving campers may not save spots for later arriving campers.
There are no electrical hook-ups in the campgrounds. We do have a solar powered charging station for your devices. You can find this at the Sol Solutions Booth located near the security central booth and medical tent.
The weather can be unpredictable at this time of year at The Hog Farm. It may be hot, dusty and dry and or it could be cool and damp. Please come prepared for anything.
You can play music at your camp, but not so loud that it annoys your neighbors (no sound systems or live amplified music please). If noise from your campsite is bothering your neighbors, you’ll be asked to turn it down.
Due to the extreme fire hazard in our area, absolutely no fires are allowed. We do offer a monitored community camp fire and jam down by the creek each night.
Absolutely no open fires of any sort are allowed. The ONLY cooking flames allowed are propane stoves and ONLY if they are NOT on the ground and there is no dry grass within a 6 ft. radius around the stove.
Electric bicycles are not allowed. Regular bicycles are allowed and may be useful, however it will be crowded and the terrain has lots of bumps and gullies. Thin tires are not recommended. Most touring and mountain bikes should be fine. Bicycles are not allowed inside the main concert bowl. A bike rack will be available at the Meadowlands venue entrance for parking bikes. Bikes are used and locked at your own risk. We ask that bikes only be used to go to and from your camp and speeds remain low for safety and dust suppression.
Motorized transportation of any kind is not allowed at the festival for safety reasons. Pedi-cabs will frequent the campgrounds to give rides for a small fee.
CAMPGROUND AND FESTIVAL AMENITIES
Hot showers will be available for a small fee. Check back for shower hours.
All toilet facilities are porta-johns (except where indicated luxury camping ticket holders).
We will provide drinking water in stations conveniently located throughout the festival site. Please bring your own refillable containers!
Embrace the “pack it in, pack it out” minimal waste mentality. Take time to decant packaged foods into reusable containers before you come to the festival. There is NO GLASS allowed in the Music Bowl, so please put your beverages into reusable containers prior to arrival. Find out more about out Keepin’ it Green efforts.
It is up to each individual vendor whether they will accept credit cards or not. We encourage you to come prepared with cash.
ATMS are on site in the music bowl by the food vendors, although we do encourage you to come with cash in case they need servicing or if you are inspired to exceed your daily withdrawal limits.
Accessible day parking and Accessible car camping is available in our Accessible Camp for those who require a closer proximity to the main stage area. In order to accommodate all our guests with accessibility needs, each guest is allowed one vehicle and up to four companions in Accessible camping. Everyone must arrive in the same vehicle. Please bring your placard to the box office to receive an Accessible parking sticker. If you have further accessibility needs or questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
Black Oak Ranch is a remote location and cell service is limited. This means there will likely be no cell service available on site. The festival is truly a time to unplug and enjoy the community, the music, and the natural surroundings. Wifi will be available for purchase at the River Bar and the Merch booth in the main bowl for those needing to get online. Internet can be accessed at the River Bar and the Food Court.
WHAT TO BRING AND NOT TO BRING
PHOTO ID if you need to pick up your tickets on site.
Refillable water bottles.
Decant packaged foods into reusable containers prior to arrival.
Reusable dinnerware – our vendors will happily serve you on your own plate.
Shade for camp and stakes to tie it down – we may ask you to drop shade structures if not secured properly.
Water, Sunscreen, Hats & Umbrellas.
Warm clothing and bedding for chilly nights
Cash, however, we do offer ATMs on site.
Wagon – very handy for hauling gear around and sleeping kids back from from the stages.
No firearms, weapons, or hate.
No Illegal drugs of any kind. Distribution of illegal drugs is strictly prohibited.
No pets are allowed in the venue. Service animals are allowed as defined under the ADA, however Emotional Support Animals are not allowed.
Yes – a reasonable amount of alcohol in reusable bottles or cans for personal consumption is permitted within the campground. Distribution of alcohol is strictly prohibited. There is NO ALCOHOL allowed in the Main Music Bowl. Staff will be monitoring for alcohol as you pass into and out of the Music Bowl. Beer and wine will be sold inside the Music Bowl.
No on-site camping without a festival wristband.
Swimming in the creek is allowed as long as the conditions permit. There is no lifeguard on duty.
There is no rogue vending on the festival premises. If found vending without the necessary permits, you will be asked to leave the festival.
No amplified music in the campground.
No chairs or blankets set up directly in front of the stages. The space in front of the stage is to remain open for dancing.
Respect all your fellow music loving campers.
Pack it in, pack it out. Bring heavy duty garbage bags with you. Sort recycling, garbage & compost at the campground.
RESERVED RV PARKING
RV parking is available from 8:00 AM Friday, June 9, through noon, Monday, June 12.
As many people as fit in the RV are allowed on your site. However, no additional tents or vehicles (unless towing the RV) are allowed.
You may have your RV delivered but the RV must arrive during gate open hours. The person delivering the RV needs to have the RV parking pass ticket to redeem for a parking pass.
Our team opportunities include, but are not limited to: Craft & Food Vendors, Festival Volunteers, Yoga, Tai Chi & Meditation Instructors, Massage Practitioners, Visual Artists, Non-Profit Organizations, Event Sponsors, Press, Media and more. If interested in participating on a deeper level, please head to our GET INVOLVED page and submit the relevant form once they are available. Please join our mailing list via the field below to receive information about how you can be a part of the festival.