How do I buy a ticket online?
You can click on the logo at the top left of the screen to return to the home page and scroll down to the button that says ‘Buy Tickets’.
How do I pay for purchases at the event?
Cash and credit cards will be accepted on-site to buy Festival Tokens, which can then be used to purchase food and beverages.
Can I buy a ticket at the event?
Yes, tickets will be on sale for $25 at the door but if you buy them in August, they are $20. Admission for children under 12 is free. For those over 12 but under 21 and designated drivers, admission is $10 (these tickets can only be purchased at the event). Discounts are available for blocks of 10 tickets prior to the event but only individual tickets will be sold at the gate.
Who do I contact if I have a question?
For any questions regarding the event or the causes, please e-mail email@example.com.
What if I lose my ticket (transaction receipt), or can’t come?
We cannot guarantee confirmation of payment without your transaction receipt generated by the online purchase of your ticket(s). We will have a list of the names of people who purchased tickets online, but if we cannot locate your name on that list, you may be required to pay the gate fee ($25) for entry. If you cannot come, you may transfer your tickets to another person, but refunds will not be provided.
How can I volunteer?
To volunteer (and get free admission and a t-shirt!), please e-mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Will food be available?
Yes, food will be available for purchase from a variety of restaurants and caterers.
What kind of drinks will be available?
Wine, water, soda, and beerwill be available on-site.
Where should I park?
Parking will be available in the St. Mary’s parking lot adjacent to the Carroll Gardens. If the parking lot is full, you may have to use street parking or go to the Noah Hillman Parking Garage.
Can we buy pieces of art from the artists present?
Yes, it is strongly encouraged!
How many people will be there?
We anticipate attendance of approximately 600 people.
Can we bring our children, or our pets?
Children are welcome, but animals (other than guide dogs for the blind) are prohibited.
Will there be anything for kids to do?
There will be lots of activities for kids including face painting, dancing, environmental activities, and more!
When should I arrive?
Gates open at 1pm and the earlier you get there, you more you can enjoy! Food and drinks will stop being sold at 6:30, music will stop at 6:45 and everybody must be out of the Carroll Gardens by 7pm.
Can we bring our picnic lunch, chairs and blanket?
Guests are encouraged to bring chairs and blankets, but outside food (other than that required by dietary restrictions for health reasons) is prohibited.
What if it rains?
This is a rain or shine event and we will have tents up that will provide areas of cover in the event of rain.
Are there places to sit down?
Tables and chairs will be available on a first come, first serve basis. To ensure that you will have a place to rest your legs, please feel free to bring lawn chairs and/or blankets!