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If you are having any festival pass-related issues (tracking your order, lost your wristband, questions about charges) and you purchased your passes through Front Gate Tickets, please reach out by phone to customer service at 888.512.SHOW (7469) Monday-Friday 9a-9p CT. You can also visit their customer support page here.
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Openings for our 2017 street team is now closed. Stay tuned to our social pages for updates on where you can find our Faster Horses Street Team members at an event near you!
Please check out our FAQ section. Still need help?
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Am I an alumni?
You are an alumni and will receive a presale offer if
1. You purchased a festival pass or campsite from 2013 - 2016 OR
2. You registered your wristband AND checked the box on the registration page to hear from us.
I'm an alumni and I didn't receive a presale email. What do I do?
Please email us at email@example.com and we'll get you taken care of!
When do tickets go on sale and how do I buy them?
Tickets go on-sale February 27 at 10am! You may purchase them on our Festival Passes page!
What time does everything start for Faster Horses Weekend? When do gates open?
Campgrounds open on Thursday at 9am and stay open 24 hours a day through Monday at noon.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday - Festival gates will open each day at Noon. We end around midnight each night (Sunday a little earlier). These times may change a little as we get closer to the festival.
What can I bring inside the festival site?
- SUNSCREEN, SUNSCREEN, SUNSCREEN!
- Disposable cameras
- Small camera with no detachable zoom lens or flash
- (1) 20 oz factory sealed bottle of water
- EMPTY water bottles and CamelBaks up to 1-liter or smaller.* Fill 'em up for free at one of the water stations inside the festival.
- Small bags or backpack.*
- (1) Small (1 gallon) clear bag of snacks.
- Low-profile beach style chairs, regular lawn chairs or bag chairs.
*All containers and bags are subject to inspection.
What can't I bring in the festival site?
For you comfort and safety (and the comfort and safety of others), we request you do not bring:
- Any beverages other than one 20oz factory sealed bottle of water.
- Glass Bottles or Cans
- Zoom Lens Cameras
- Coolers or Large Bags
- Illegal Substances
- Laser Pointers
- Animals (with exception to service animals)
- Recorders (Audio or Video)
Rules are subject to change without notice. Everyone entering the campground or Festival grounds will be subject to a search.
Can I leave and re-enter the festival site?
Yes, you can come and go as much as you please.
Can I come on site and sell stuff?
No, only approved and licensed vendors are allowed inside the Festival
Is there any public transportation to Faster Horses?
Unfortunately not to the festival but we do have trams running between the festival site and campgrounds for wristband holders.
I don't want to camp. Can I just commute and park each day?
Yes you can. Day parking is available in the ‘day only’ parking lot. Day parking passes are $10 in advance/$20 onsite and Day VIP parking is $25 in advance/$50 onsite. day parking is also per car and per time you enter the Festival. Designated parking areas for patrons with disabilities are available as well (follow signage).
Is there an age limit?
Nope, we welcome all ages and 6 and under are free!
Do I have to camp to attend Faster Horses?
No, you can stay elsewhere and commute to the festival each day.
Is there a limit/capacity to the festival?
Yes, there is only a certain amount of festival passes and camping that we can sell. We do expect a sell out so better to buy early than to wait!
I'm not camping. Where should I park each day?
Check out our Getting There page and reserve your parking in advance!
DAY PARKING: If you would like to commute each day to the festival, parking is $10 per day in advance/$20 per day onsite and is paid upon arrival. All day parking is first come, first served as for your location within the lot (there's plenty of parking).
OVERNIGHT PARKING: If you are camping and have a vehicle that needs to be parked for the weekend, parking is $30 in advance/$60 onsite for the weekend and is paid upon arrival when you check in to your campground. All overnight parking is first come, first served as for your location within the lot (there's plenty of parking).
What kind of ADA Accommodations will be available?
Within the Festival:
The festival grounds are wheel chair accessible but please be aware that this is a large venue with distance between the 2 stages and is an outdoor festival. Therefore, some travel will be over natural terrain. If it should rain, there will be mud in some places. We do not provide personal care. Please plan ahead and bring attendants if needed. In addition, the festival does not provide wheelchairs for rent or loan. Please make arrangements beforehand if you should need a wheelchair at the festival. Wheelchairs, power wheelchairs, and three/four-wheeled scooters are all permitted for Patrons with mobility disabilities. There is an ADA viewing platform with shade available in our Main Stage viewing area. This platform is reserved at all times for people with mobility impairments plus one companion. Please note this area has limited capacity and is available first come, first served.
ADA restrooms are also available throughout the venue. The Tack Room VIP Lounge area is accessible with a ramp.
Special Dietary Needs:
A patron requiring insulin is allowed to bring his or her medically necessary materials and medications. Out of concern for the festival staff who handle the trash, please dispose of your medical waste and syringes in the proper disposal located in the First Aid area of the festival. Please do not dispose of these items in other trash bins at the festival. If you should need to keep any medication refrigerated, please visit our First Aid area for assistance.
Animals and pets are not allowed with the festival or campgrounds except for service animals. Please send any inquiries to info@FasterHorsesFestival.com.
ADA Parking is available in our Day Parking Lot. Just follow the signs and parking attendants will assist you. For overnight parking, please see our camping ambassadors upon check-in to your campground and they will assist you.
What happens if I lose or break my wristband prior to the festival?
Don’t lose or break it. Wristbands that have been tampered with will be void and lost wristbands cannot be replaced for any reason.
Can I slide my wristband off and give it to my friend to use?
No, your wristband needs to be on tight enough that it does not slide off and is good for just you only.
Will I receive my camping pass along with my festival pass?
If you ordered it together, it will come in one package. If you ordered camping at a separate time, your tickets will come in a separate delivery.
I saw someone selling print at home tickets. Are they legit?
Nope, there are no print at home options for this show. Be really careful buying anywhere except the official Tickets Today website. We see far too many forgeries and bad tickets and they will not get you in to the Festival.
Are the passes good for all 3 days of the festival?
Yes! We don't sell single-day passes for Faster Horses.
Are camping prices per person or per campsite? Is it for the whole weekend?
All camping prices listed are per campsite (not per person) and good for the whole weekend.
Can I bring a golf cart with me?
No, due to safety reasons and traffic, we cannot allow golf carts in the campgrounds.
I'm staying at one campground and have friends staying a different campground. Can I go visit them?
Yes, you can go visit your friends at any time.
Can I use a generator at my campsite?
You can in any campground EXCEPT Tent City in Infield.
Campsites are very close together, so we request that all Festival campers be considerate of their camping neighbors when utilizing a generator. To avoid excessive amounts of carbon monoxide and noise, please “pipe up” internal generators. This will allow the exhaust to be released above the RV and not into your neighbors camping area. If you are utilizing a free-standing generator, a “muffler box” would contain the noise and direct exhaust away from campers. Quiet generators are preferred by your fellow campers. Generators are the responsibility of their owners and should not interfere with surrounding campers. Ventilator kits preferred.
Is alcohol allowed in the campgrounds?
As long as you are of age, alcohol is permitted within the confines of your individual campsite. No open containers or alcohol consumption will be allowed in the public areas or on the roads.
I want to camp next to my friends. Can you reserve a spot?
Reserved camping sites are sold online. If you want to be together, you must purchase camping together.
Can I camp if I do not have a festival pass to Faster Horses?
No. Anyone planning to camp will also need to purchase a festival pass in order to enter the campgrounds.
Is there a convenience store available?
Yes there is. The store has a wide variety of soft drinks & snacks, ice, as well as some of those little necessities you may have forgotten, such as: sunscreen, basic toiletries, and the like. The General Store is located on the Infield campground.
How many people am I allowed to have at my campsite?
As many people that can comfortably fit on your campsite (with the exception of VIP).
Can I have a campfire?
If you want to have a campfire you must bring your own fire ring.
Can I bring my dog?
No. Not because we don’t like them (we're all animal lovers here), but it's cruel and unfair to the pet to leave it alone in the campground or parking lot, locked up or in a car or tent where it may suffer from extreme heat. When we see a pet in a car or running around the camp ground unattended, we will alert the authorities and your vehicle may be entered and your pet taken to a shelter for its own welfare. You may be subject to prosecution for cruelty to animals.
Service Animals are permitted.
What do I do with my car if I plan to stay with friends who are camping?
You must purchase an overnight parking pass and are good for the entire weekend of the festival.
How many tents can I have on my campsite?
As many as you wish as long as it all fits within your camping space.
Can I have a vehicle on my campsite and what is the parking policy in the campgrounds?
Our general rule is one steering-wheel per campsite (example: a self-driving camping unit or car). If you are camping and have an extra vehicle that needs to be parked for the weekend, parking is $30 for the weekend and is paid upon arrival when you check in to your campground. All overnight parking is first come, first served.
Do you sell alcohol at the festival?
Yes we do, make sure you have an approved, valid picture ID. Not sure if you have an acceptable form of ID – check your local or state government websites.
What kind of food is available?
We’ll have a great variety of standard and local specialty foods. Food on a stick, food in a bowl, food on a plate, and some vegetarian options as well.
Can I bring my own food and drink to the festival site?
You may bring in a small (gallon) clear bag of snacks and one 20oz full plastic water bottle per person or smaller. Must be in a clear, factory sealed bottle. In addition we will allow EMPTY water bottles, CamelBaks, etc., up to 1-liter or smaller, that can be filled at our free water stations inside the Festival Site. All containers will be subject to inspection at the Gates to the Festival Site.
So that is a no to bringing a cooler?
Correct, that would be a no.
I have small children, can I bring a stroller?
Yes you can, though the stroller will be subject to a search. You’d be surprised what people try and hide behind the kid!
Can I bring in my medical prescription such as Diabetic insulin?
You can, but please advise the security guard at the gate and they will call the medics who will assist you.
Why can't I bring an umbrella to the festival?
It pokes people’s eyes out and obscures the view of the person behind you.
What is the restroom situation?
Full disclosure, for the most part only port-a-johns are available.
Will you have ATMs?
Yes we will.
Is there a First-Aid station?
Yes, ask any member of staff and they will point you in the right direction.
Do you have free water available?
Yes, just bring an empty water bottle (up to 1-liter) and you can fill it up at one of our on-site water stations as needed.
Can I buy some sunscreen there?
You can find sunscreen and other little necessities at both the General Store at the campground and in the Festival store.
Do you have lockers available?
We sure do! To secure your locker rental, visit our "Buy Passes" page and make your reservation!