How can I volunteer and get free admission?
If you would like to volunteer, please email
You can get free admission as a volunteer, and will do a 2-3 hour shift to help out.
Where can I find directions to the festival?
You can find directions at this link, please follow them as our location is often hard to find.
What time can I arrive?
The gates will open to the public at 10:30 AM on July 8th, they will close at 8:00 PM
Is there camping?
Due to county regulations, we are not allowed to have camping at our event. We are very sorry about this, however it is out of our control.
How do I sign up for the open mic?
Sign-ups for the open mic will happen on site. There will be a sign-up board at the stage, which you can begin to access at 10:30 AM.
Can I bring my kids?
All ages are welcome at the event, however children must be attended at all times. This is a working ranch with barbed wire, electric fence, and dangerous farm animals, so be aware when bringing children to the event.
There will be a designated kids area that will have activities including crafts and music provided by Little Folkies.
How late will the event go?
The event will do until 10:00 PM, however the admission gates will close at 8 pm.
Can I exit and re-enter?
We will be providing wrist bands, so you will be able to exit and re-enter the event if you'd like.
Will there be food and drinks available?
Yes, we will be providing a food truck, as well as beer and wine. You are welcome to bring your own food and snacks to the event, however guests are prohibited from bringing alcohol into the event.
Where can I find tickets?
Tickets will be available at this link, so get them while they last!
Who do I contact with questions?
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to email
What is the farm, bird and nature tour?
This festival is a fundraiser for Point Blue, a non-profit that does climate change research and climate smart land conservation work. In order to share how Point Blue has helped us to improve our environmental practices, we will be having a farm and nature tour that is free with admission and open to all. It will be led by two Point Blue birders who will discuss the native species of the area, and what land management practices we've implemented to sequester carbon, and bring back the native wildlife.