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Homegrown Revival Experience/FAQ

Thursday, Oct 19
Friday, Oct 20
Saturday, Oct 21
Sunday, Oct 22
Gates open Noon - 11pm
Gates open 10am - Midnight
Gates open 10am - Midnight
Checkout before noon
Can I bring my Child?

We are a family friendly event. All ages are welcome! Children 12 and under are free.

 

When should I be there?

The whole weekend! Gates open at noon on Thursday,  Oct 19 – take your time setting up camp, get cozy, comfy & ready for jams around 5pm.​ However, all attendees must leave by noon on Sunday, Oct 22.

 

What about one-day passes?

One-day passes will likely be available at a higher price; we have limited capacity, so it's completely contingent on how many 3-day passes are sold in advance. One-day pass prices will be announced shortly before the festival begins.

Will there be food for sale at the Homegrown Revival?

Yes!  Local favorites The5000 will be back selling their specialty sandwiches and other deliciousness as well as Underdogs bringing us some special menu items.  

We are also happy to add New Orleans James Clesi with Clesi's catering offering Southern classics and more!  Our food vendors will be offering lunch and dinner on Thursday.  Friday and Saturday breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be available.  And Sunday morning breakfast will be offered as you pack up.  

Are there bathrooms?

Bath houses with showers are available to all attendees. 

What should I bring?

All weekend passes come with primitive camping, which means you're guaranteed a spot to set up a tent – and we hope you do! We also recommend bringing extra blankets, clothes, a lawn-chair, your beverage of choice (just no glass!), snacks, water, rain gear, bug spray, sunscreen and a flashlight. We will have a variety of vendors, so bring cash for shopping. We also love our campfire jams, so don't forget your acoustic instruments!

 

What should I not bring?

Loud/Gas powered Generators. Our Homegrown Revival family is there to enjoy music and relaxation -- noisy generators disrupt both. 

Pets.  We love our dogs as much you do, but there are no pets allowed on the property. Sorry, but that's park rules.

Open Ground Fires. Fires must be in a fire pit raised off the ground.

Other prohibited items: Glass, weapons, bad attitudes or drama.

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