3-Night Waterfront Camping
Enjoy a scenic, tree-lined waterfront location steps away from the festival entrance. Each site is 12′x12′ – increased from last year, tent camping only. (maximum 4 people per site).*
See below for check-in information, and check out our Camping Guidelines for packing lists and policies.
Additional Vehicle Parking
Additional Vehicle Parking is an additional parking lot for campers arriving at a separate time and joining an existing campsite.
- Only one Additional Vehicle Parking pass will be allowed per campsite.
- Each Additional Vehicle Parking pass is good for one (1) vehicle for the entire weekend.
- No re-entry is allowed.
- Cars entering Additional Vehicle Parking may not exceed the legal capacity for their vehicle. No oversize vehicles are allowed.
- Additional Vehicle Parking will be open during normal camping check-in hours.
Waterfront Camping Check-In
If you purchase camping with your festival tickets, you will receive your camping and vehicle passes with your tickets. If you purchase camping separately, your passes will be delivered separately. If your festival and/or camping passes are being held at Will Call, just present your order number, credit card, and photo ID to pick them up at Campground Ticket Help.
Arrival & Search
Upon entry to the campground, your vehicle will be thoroughly searched. Your vehicle decal will then be scanned and each group member will then also be given a camping wristband—up to 4 people per campsite.
For group members arriving at different times, a second vehicle decal or an Overnight parking pass must be purchased; each passenger will be given a camping wristband. Additional campers arriving on foot must present the camping confirmation number to our Campground Ticket Help staff to receive their camping wristband.
If you and another group of Waterfront campers arrive together, you may be assigned adjacent campsites. “Saving spots” is not allowed, and tents will be assigned on a first come, first served basis. Please plan accordingly!
State and County health officers strongly recommend that attendees be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, obtain a negative COVID-19 viral test prior to attending the event, and wear a face mask while in attendance.