Is there allocated seating at the event?
The Festival does not have allocated seating. Bring your favourite picnic blanket or chair and just pick your spot for the day.
Where should we stay?
Head over to our accommodation page, where we have listed some available accommodation options in Nagambie and neighbouring towns.
Can I leave the event and come back later?
Pass outs will not be available, so please bring everything with you that you’ll need for the day. However, if you have a special circumstance and need to leave the grounds, we will treat these requests on a case-by-case basis.
What time does it all start and finish?
The full schedule will be available soon. Gates will open at 11:30am on both days and the main stage program will commence at 12:00pm. On Saturday DJ Pedro will kick-on until 10pm. Sunday will have a more leisurely 9pm finish.
Will bus services be running to and from the event?
Absolutely! Bus tickets are available when you purchase your tickets.
Return buses are running from Melbourne CBD, Seymour, Shepparton / Mooroopna, and Bendigo / Heathcote. plus we’ll have a shuttle running to and from nagambie, including the Go Nagabmie lakeside camping ground. You can book directly here.
Can I camp at The Festival?
Yes, you, can! Our good friends at go nagambie have kindly offered to operate a camping ground at the Nagambie lakes regatta centre. The campsite is a short 10 min drive from the festival site and there will be a shuttle bus operating between the two. book your shuttle tickets here.
Can children attend?
The Festival is an 18+ event due to the nature of the content. We do, however, understand that some people have small dependent infants. If you have a baby under the age of one that you would like to bring along, please email [email protected] for more information.
What can I bring to the event, and what is prohibited?
We recommend you bring something to sit on (chair/blanket), a large brimmed hat, and something warm (it can get a bit chilly at night). We’ve put together a kick-ass selection of food and beverages, but given the length of each day, we’re ok for you to bring in some snacks. Also, no hard eskies, but soft cooler bags with ice blocks are all good to keep your drinks cold throughout the day. To look after the ecosystem, we also ask that you don’t bring pets (official assist animals will be permitted).