Yes. If you are a Nelson County resident, Thursday tickets are complimentary, but MUST be acquired in advance. No free tickets will be available at the gate. You may request your free tickets here. All requests are due by Wednesday September 27, 2017.
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No. All tickets are non-transferrable and non-refundable. If there are extenuating or emergency circumstances, please reach out to email@example.com for assistance.
All weekend tickets (Camping or Day tripping) include a commemorative Klean Kanteen Steel pint. Single day tickets do not include a steel pint, you will either have to bring your own or purchase one onsite.
Infinity Downs Farm, 1510 Diggs Mountain Road, Arrington VA 22922
From the North:
From Charlottesville, travel 35 miles south on 29S. Look for festival signs after passing the small town of Lovingston.
From the South:
From Lynchburg, travel 22 miles north on 29N. Look for festival signs.
Do not arrive after dark to set up your campsite. You are welcome to arrive after 11am on Thursday, October 5.
The closest hotels are in Charlottesville (35 mi north) or Lynchburg (30 miles south). We encourage people to stay onsite. If camping is not your thing or you want a more comfortable experience, check out our Lodging Upgrades.
There will not be shuttle onsite. We’ve recently made changes to make the venue closer together and more walkable. Forest Camping is the farthest camping area from the venue about a 7 minute walk.
This is Car Camping:
A Car Camping pass allows a car to be parked in a camping spot with enough room for both a car and your tent. Plots are 20'x20'. If you carpool in one vehicle but have two car camping passes, show both passes to the attendant and you will get two adjacent car camping spots.
This goes to RV Camping:
Pop-ups and trailers
Car pooling in a jeep pulling a 5x8 single axle trailer with camping gear
All vehicles over 20’ in length
Choose Car Camping or RV Camping:
VW Westfalia / VW Westy
Yes, there will be places to fill up water and porto-potties near each camping zone.
If you buy a camping pass, but don’t arrive until Friday or later, you are still assured a spot. Do not show up after dark to set up your campsite. We are attempting to minimize traffic in and out of the camping zones. So once you setup your campsite, we recommend your vehicle stays put until you are ready to leave. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
To get a campsite next to another group’s, please make sure you all have the same type of Vehicle pass (Car Camping, Forest Camping, Family Camping, or RV Camping). Our camping areas are all first come, first served. To ensure that you get a spot next to another group, please arrive and enter the camping areas at the same time.
Showers will be available onsite for a small fee. If you hold a High Country Village pass showers are complimentary and included throughout the weekend.
Yes. Please Note: Any propane vessel larger than 16 ounces is not permitted.
This year, campfires will not be allowed, even in raised fire pits. We love fall campfires as much as you do, but we also must abide by regulations and recommendations of our local fire and safety officials. So, this year we must say no to all personal campfires. Any campfires discovered will be immediately extinguished.
In the venue each night we will have a bonfire to keep you warm until the last chord is strummed. Thank you for understanding and for your cooperation.
Yes. There will be no plastic cup usage onsite. Klean Kanteen Steel pints are included with all Weekend tickets (Camping and DayTripping). If you don’t have a steel pint, you may bring your own steel cup inscribed with 16oz. Steel pints will also be available for purchase.
Blankets and low back chairs are permitted but behind, or even with, the soundboard only. You may not bring in your own coolers. Per Health Department regulations, no food is allowed to be brought into the Concert Site. Small umbrellas are okay but only behind the soundboard. NO tents or shade structures allowed.
Yes, guests can come and go from campgrounds to concert site as often as they wish as long as they hold an event ticket.
We will have ATMs positioned throughout the event site. We suggest you bring cash onsite. Many vendors will be unable to accept credit cards so if you intend on using cash, please bring it with you.
You may bring in empty re-fillable water bottles only. There will be free waterfilling stations on throughout the site.
Concert venue/Blue Ridge Bowl: you are welcome to come and go to and from the music venue/your campsite or car as you wish!
Campgrounds: Once you have landed at your car or RV site we ask that you do not leave until you’re leaving the Festy at the end of the weekend. We are attempting to minimize traffic in areas where people are sleeping for safety reasons. If you have a specific re-entry question or need further clarification please email email@example.com
One (1) case of beer, One (1) bottle of liquor per car for patrons that are 21+ is permitted. NO GLASS BOTTLES or kegs. No outside alcohol is permitted in the Blue Ridge Bowl.
Infinity Downs farm is a large site with various types of terrain including hills, sandy pathways, dirt roads, and grassy fields. Please plan accordingly as there are some distances to be covered to get to all of the areas and stages on the site, and as with any natural terrain, rain can impact the conditions.
We’ve been getting tons of interest in ADA Camping this year. Thus, We can only offer spaces to those with current, state issued disabled license plate, hang tag or placard. The person to whom the placard is issued must be present. We will be checking for proper credentials both at the gate and in our accessible camping and parking areas.
If you have purchased ADA Camping ticket or are planning to camp in the ADA area fill out this form by Thursday 9/28.
Otherwise we cannot guarantee you a space. If you do not need to be in accessible camping or parking please be respectful and camp in the appropriate area for you.
ADA day parking will be located in the front of General Admission day parking area. Drive to the front of the day parking area and parking staff will park you accordingly. Please have your state issued disabled license plate, hang tag or placard ready to display.
There is an elevated Accessible Viewing Platform at the Blue Ridge Outdoors stage. This viewing area is for guests who use wheelchairs, have significant mobility disabilities, or who have difficulty standing for long periods of time. Staff will manage the viewing platform accordingly to make sure all patrons are comfortable during busy times. Platforms are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
For patrons with disabilities who wish to bring their legitimate service animal to Festy, we ask that you review and follow the policies outlined below: