Most importantly, be safe, drink responsibly, and have fun. Other than that, we have a few housekeeping rules:
Please respect our neighbors and neighboring businesses by parking in designated areas. Be conscious of the bayou. Keep your kids close by.
Plan Ahead and Prepare
Dispose of Waste Properly (Contain Your Litter On Boats)
Leave What You Find
Respect Wildlife (Flora & Fauna)
Be Considerate of Others
Visit the Leave No Trace website to learn more.
Is it safe to swim in the bayou?
It is not technically safe to swim in Bayou St. John due to wildlife (hello, gators!) and sharp, dangerous debris that lives at the bottom. We highly discourage swimming. There are no life guards on duty
Can I bring my dog?
Sure! Dogs must be on a leash. Please be aware that safety of attendees is a top priority, especially our youngest festival fans. If your dog wouldn’t like being approached by a young child, please leave them at home. With lots of treats, obviously. Woof woof!
Can I bring a chair?
Sure, chairs are welcome. There are designated ‘No Chair Zones’ in front of every stage, so please just don’t set it up there.
How much is a ticket?
Tickets are $10 a day, or $20 for a three-day pass! Daily tickets are available at the gates with cash or credits.
Three-day passes are available in advance HERE as well as at the gates.
Note: Canopy Club Weekend and Day Passes also include entry into the festival.
Proceeds from the festival support Friends of Bayou St. John, formerly called MotherShip Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit that promotes stewardship, cultural appreciation, responsible recreation and initiatives that support a clean, healthy Bayou St. John that is accessible to all. Proceeds from the festival also support our community partners.
During the festival, lost and found is located at the Volunteer Check-In tent. Click HERE to see a map of the festival. After the festival you can reach out to us by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.