1. How do we buy tickets?
There are a few different types of tickets you can buy: Come for an individual day, buy an individual day ticket. Come for the weekend, buy a weekend pass. Want to camp, buy a camping pass. Kids 15 and under are free. Click on the Ticket button above to buy tickets!
2. What are the hours of the festival and when do the gates open?
Festival Grouds open for the weekend at noon on Thursday 8/15. Daily venue gates open at 9am. BELOW TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO SLIGHT CHANGE.
Friday: Venue Gates open at 9am. Music starts at 11am.
Saturday: Gates open at 9am. Music starts at 10am.
Sunday: Gates open at 9am. Music from 10am-4:30pm.
FESTIVAL GROUNDS MUST BE VACATED BY 8PM SUNDAY.
3. Can I buy tickets at the gate?
Yes, Weekend passes as well as individual day tickets will be available at the gate. We take cash and credit. We suggest buying early online if possible to ensure you get the tickets you want. Go to our ticket page for more info.
4. Are pets allowed?
5. Can I camp at the festival?
YES! Please see our Camping page for more info
7. What if I don’t want to camp?
Manchester has some amazing choices for lodging ranging from house rentals to resorts to B&B’s and everything in between. Our Lodging page in Area Info will give you more details.
8. Will there be food and vendors at the festival?
YES! We will have an amazing assortment of local food vendors as well as local craft vendors.
9. What about alcohol?
We will have a wonderful selection of craft beer, wine and specialty cocktails available for purchase at the festival. Outside alcohol is not permitted into the festival venue. Bags will be checked.
10. Can I bring a picnic?
Yes, outside food will be allowed but NO OUTSIDE ALCOHOL is permitted to be brought into the festival venue. Also, NO GLASS is allowed on festival grounds.
11. Should we bring our own chairs?
Yes, bring chairs for the stage area. Low back are preferred.
13. Will there be an ATM on site?
14. Will the festival have charging stations for electronics?
15. What is the weather like in Manchester VT in late August?
Late August in Vermont is dreamy with it’s warm days and cool nights but it can be temperamental. Be sure to check the weather before you come and be prepared for anything chilly nights, to hot days. Lyering is a great approach!
ALL OTHER QUESTIONS
For any and all other questions please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org, 802-824-3575