oldtone Festival info
The festival day parking and camping parking areas are open for business on Thursday, Sept. 8, 2:00 pm and close Sunday at 2pm on Sept 11th.
The Daily Festival Gate/Day Parking Lot hours are:
MAIN STAGE HOURS
Music and Performance on the Main Outdoor Stage hours:
Thursday 3:30pm to 10:30pm
Friday 11am to 10:30pm
Saturday9am to 10:30pm
Sunday 10am to 1:30pm
WORKSHOP STAGE HOURS
Music, performance and instruction on the workshop stage will occur at varying times between 11am and 7pm Thursday through Saturday.
DANCE STAGE HOURS
Music, performance and dancing will occur in the dance stage tent or barn between noon and up to 12:00am each day except Sunday.
Kids 12 and under are absolutely Free!
Ages 13-17 pay their age! (ID Required)
All attendees 18 years of age and over see regular festival prices.
Admission & Gate Info
All those who pay admission to the festival are issued wristbands at the gate which will designate whether they have paid for the full weekend or individual days. These wristbands must be affixed around the wrist and displayed at all times while on the festival grounds. Festival patrons may leave and re-enter the grounds at their convenience, provided they show their wristbands to gate personnel upon re-entry.
Campers have their own gate separate from the day parking lot gate. Campers arriving during overnight hours who have not yet received their wristbands will be admitted to the grounds, though they may have to park in the entrance lane until the gate opens in the morning or sign in. Campers who have received their wristbands will be permitted to leave and re-enter the grounds overnight, provided they display wristbands to gate security personnel upon re-entry.
Festival attendees who purchase Full Camping tickets can park their vehicle in the “camping/pick’in areas” on the grounds with no extra charge for the main festival stage area; i.e. they do not need “Day Tickets in addition to their full camping tickets. Please respect the working farmers and homeowners whose lands surround the festival grounds by not camping or trespassing on their property (it’s very easy to discern where the lines are). Campers may bring their normal “festival camping gear.” There is no curfew for campsite “pick’in.” Any extremely loud activity will be addressed by festival staff, please be considerate!