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Located at 380 Community Drive, Estes Park, Colorado. (This address does not receive mail)

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FAQs

Where is the festival located?

Our festival is located in beautiful Estes Park, Colorado--home of Rocky Mountain National Park at Stanley Park, on the South side of Lake Estes.

380 Community Drive, Estes Park, Colorado 80517

Is there on-site camping?

Yes!

Campers can arrive onsite at 2 pm for lineup on Thursday afternoon. The line will be let in for setting up at 3 pm.

Campers must vacate by Monday at 11 am. There are no electrical or water hookups. There are no shower facilities but there are restrooms. The Rec center is nearby and day passes can be purchased for using their facilities. They have showers, a pool, a hot tub and all the features of a gym. There is also a laundromat on Hwy 7 that has showers for a fee.

Are there special hotel rates?

SnowyGrass is held in the middle of Estes Park's busiest tourist season. Hotels and other places of lodging get booked full early in the year, sometimes. They are not able to offer discounts in the summer. We do recommend the following hotels:

Estes Park Condos

Rams Horn Village Resorts

Murphy's Resort

What is the seating like for General Admission?

Lawn Seating. Bring your own chair or blanket or tarp. We'll have a place in the back for high-backed chairs and prefer low-backed chairs in the front. There will be reserved spaces for 10x10 canopies for our major sponsors, but allow for first come first serve placement of canopies behind that. See our festival grounds layout.

VIP passes may be purchased as add-ons to access the backstage area where some seating is provided.

What items are prohibited?

All unsealed containers with liquids must be emptied before entering the festival area. We do not allow guns or knives within the perimeters of our privately owned and permitted event. NO OUTISIDE ALCOHOL. Bags and person will be checked upon entry.

Are outside alcohol and food allowed?

It is illegal in the State of Colorado for you to bring in outside alcohol. A bar will be available with local beer, wine and spirits.

A variety of food trucks will be available on-site for your convenience. It is not strictly prohibited to bring in outside food, but we encourage you to purchase from our vendors.

Where do we park?

The nearby Events Complex has free, all-day parking. It is a short .5 mile walk down to the festival grounds.

 

Vehicles with visible ADA permits will be allowed to park on-site. 

On-site parking is included with Camping Add-On passes and VIP add ons.

Please Note: Estes Park does not allow overnight parking or sleeping in your vehicle anywhere without permit. Your camping add-on will permit you to camp overnight in our temporary campground for 4 nights.

Is this a "picking" festival?

There will be plenty of opportunities to pick if you are camping! The spacious grounds will have many places to jam, and it is far away from residences and lodging. 

You can also pick during the festival anywhere outside of the festival grounds. Stanley Park is quite large. Keep in mind that the majority of the park will still be open to the public. You may get an audience!

Are there workshops?

Yes! Please see the schedule for descriptions and times. They are FREE for everyone!

Are there volunteer opportunites?

Yes! Please visit our volunteer page HERE

We offer a work or tickets program. Volunteering for 12 hours covers your admission for 3 days plus the Campy Hour Event. It also allows you to pre-order festival shirts at 1/2 price

Are kids free?

Kids 12 and under are free!

We have great pricing for older kids and young adults too! Kids 13 -17 tickets are deeply discounted, and young adults 18 -22 are half price on admission tickets!

Are dogs allowed?

Well-behaved dogs are allowed insided the fest as well as for camping.  Please keep dogs ona leash. There is also nearby pet lodge. An adjacent dog park will allow your dogs to get exercise, swim, and socialize. Please consider boarding your stressed out dogs nearby, even for doggie daycare.  Entering with a dog means you agree that you have full legal responsibility for your dog. Please make sure they are up to date on vaccinations, and pick up after your dog.

Which passes do I need?

ADMISSION

3-day Admission pass. This gives you general admittance to the ticketed area of the festival Friday - Sunday. There is free parking nearby at the Visitor’s Center.

VIP Add-On. This can be purchased with a 3-Day Admission pass or single-day passes when they become available. This gives you onsite parking in our reserved area, VIP admittance to the ticket area of the festival Friday - Sunday plus backstage access with side-stage seating. Some chairs are provided sidestage, or you can set up your chair behind those.

Kids: Kids 12 and under are free with an adult ticket. They still require a pass. Please check them in with you at the Box Office to get them a wristband.

Kids 13 - 17 admissions and camping are significantly reduced. A pass must be purchased with an adult pass.

Are you between 18-22 years old? Your admission is reduced. Camping add-ons are same as adult.

Single Day Pass. (Available April 1) These give you admittance to the ticketed area of the festival for one day. They do not include parking on-site in the reserved lot

Thursday. Wine & Bluegrass 5-7 pm. There is a special welcome featuring a cash wine bar and the Charlie Stevens Band.

CAMPING

Campers can arrive onsite at 2 pm for lineup on Thursday afternoon. The line will be let in for setting up at 3 pm.

Campers must vacate by Monday at 11 am. There are no electrical or water hookups. There are no shower facilities but there are restrooms. The Rec center is nearby and day passes can be purchased for using their facilities. They have showers, a pool, a hot tub and all the features of a gym. There is also a laundromat on Hwy 7 that has showers for a fee.

Camping Add-On is per person. It must be purchased with a 3-Day Pass. Includes onsite parking 24 hours, and it allows you to camp. Whether you camp in a tent or in a vehicle, this must be purchased by each individual. Kids 12 and under only need a 3-day pass to camp with a parent.

Vehicle Passes

Vehicle passes are per vehicle and not per person. They can only be purchased with a camping add-on

Anything with wheels parked in designated camping areas (the grass or designated pull-in spots) must have a vehicle pass. No camping vehicles may park in the lot. These must purchase a vehicle pass and park in designated areas. All RV’s, 5th wheels, & pop-ups, MUST be parked in the designated camping area and not in the lot. If you intend to sleep in your car or truck and park in the camping area on the grass, you must purchase a vehicle pass. You may park a regular car or truck (NOT an RV) in the lot with this pass, and sleep in it, but not RVs, 5th wheels, or popups.

Vehicle Pass for camping 20’ and under is for your RV/campervan, pop-up, care or truck, etc.that you park in the camping area It allows you to park on the grassy area with the tent campers.

Vehicle Pass for camping 21-26’ is for the RV/campervan etc. that is over 20 ft. but not longer than 26’ and is per vehicle and not per person. The space you are allotted is 19’ wide and 26 feet long. If your hitch extends past 26 feet, it should be able to make you fit if either the hitch or RV is pulled onto the grass border. The width should accommodate awnings/10x10 pop-ups.

DOGS: SnowyGrass is dog-friendly for well-behaved dogs. You are responsible for any liability regarding your own dog. Entering the festival and camping grounds with your dog is an agreement that your dog is up-to-date on vaccinations and is not aggressive or disruptive. Any incident where we deem it necessary to ask you to leave with your animal is at our discretion and there will be no refund of tickets of any kind. However, there is a veterinarian nearby with pet lodging. This may be something to consider for at least portions of the festival. There is also an adjacent dog park open to the public as well as a 4-mile walking path.

PARKING

Onsite Parking is by special permit for musicians, VIP pass holders, those with a state-issued handicapped permit displayed, or anyone else who is issued one by the festival and may not be purchased. It is included with camping passes. Overnight parking is NOT ALLOWED without a camping pass.

AMENITIES ON THE GROUNDS

  • Miles of paved trail for bikes and walking

  • Dog Park

  • Tennis Courts

  • Pickle Ball Court

  • Basketball Court

  • Mountain Bike Park

  • Marina is on the other side of the lake and has boat rentals, including kayaks, canoes, and paddle boats, and even surreys for the trail

  • Fishing (State license required)

  • Rec Center nearby (walking distance) with showers, pool and gym facilities

Visit https://evrpd.colorado.gov/stanleypark for more info

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