Due to the location of our festival, we cannot provide the modern convenience of interact debit machines, or even credit card processing for that matter. Festival go-ers are encouraged to bring cash to purchase tickets at the gate, pay for tenting / camping stalls ($10), artist CD’s, and items from our beer gardens, food vendors, and our other merchandise vendors.

Beer Gardens

The Paradise Valley Fire Department will be back again this year providing emergency services and more importantly….running the beer gardens! We cannot thank them enough for their services. If you’re in the beer gardens please give them a shout out thank you for helping out on the weekend!

Please consume alcohol responsibly – plan to stay overnight! If you’ve had too much to drink, please do not drive. We want this to be a safe weekend for all involved.

Food Trucks

We are happy to announce that ____________ will be catering the festival this year. They will be setup Friday 5:30 pm – 11:00 pm and Saturday from 9:00 am – 11:00 pm.

Please help us keep our festival grounds clear of debris. Use the garbage barrels and recycling containers provided. Thank you!

Local Vendors

The following Vendors will be setup Friday and Saturday. Take the time to check them out as they have some amazing wares available for sale.

Storch Knives – Returning for his third year, Ed Storch from Mannville, AB will bring his wide array of ‘made to order’ knives for purchase. Ed can be reached at

Epiphany Pottery – Come check out their handmade wares.

Aine Boho (awn-ya boho) – Also returning for their third year. Erika will be bringing a wide array of healing stone jewelry and leather purses. She can be contacted at or by Twitter @aineboho.

Festival Music – Festival performers will also be selling copies of their CD`s. Take some of the festival music home with you by purchasing the music of your favourite artists!

Festival T-Shirts – T-Shirts will be available for purchase throughout the festival weekend until supplies last. Only $20 per shirt – limited quantities.

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