Main Arena Seating and Space
Chairs are allowed in the main arena area but only to the rear of the sound tower. The front of the sound tower is reserved for blankets.
Under no circumstances should you block the aisle or rush the stage.
Entrance, Exit, and Parking
Check-in and Check-Out?
Photography and Videos
Guests can only take concert photos from wherever they’re standing or sitting; no special passes will be issued. Also, videotaping an entire performance is prohibited. This is agreed upon by the Freedom Fest and the performing artist to protect the artists’ copyrights on content. Thank you for your cooperation.
Things You Can Bring to the Fest
A family ticket allows six people from the same household (children under 18). If you have a need over these numbers, please reach out to us.
Are Bar Coded E-tickets Transferable?
Your bar-coded ticket(s) can be sold and used by another party.
We provide access to people with disabilities.
We have designated a drop-off access point for people with a handicap to drop family, friends, or clients close to the event. People who wish to use this access point will be required to have an official handicap sticker or plate on their car. Once dropped off, the driver must park their vehicle in the Tent Parking or Day Parking area.
Additionally, we have a handicap seating area for the event, which has a ramp for easy wheelchair access. You will find the handicap seating located on the upper deck next to the Dining Hall.
That said, your health is your responsibility. Freedom Fest will have masks available for those who want them. We honor everyone’s choice regardless of whether you’re vaccinated, using a mask, or not. We are celebrating our freedom!