INFORMATION

  • MUSIC & CAMPING

  • AUG 31 - SEPT 2

  • BUENA VISTA, CO

GOT QUESTIONS? WE'VE GOT ANSWERS

VENDORS

Interested in being a craft vendor at Seven Peaks? Fill out our vendor application here!

Want to be a food vendor at the festival? Please send an email to foodvendors@sevenpeaksfestival.com

SPONSORSHIP

For Sponsorship opportunities, please contact:
sponsorship@sevenpeaksfestival.com

WRISTBANDS/TICKETING

Have a question about your ticket order or have an issue with your wristband ? Please call Frontgate Tickets at 1-888-512-7469 or visit http://support.frontgatetickets.com/

PRESS AND MEDIA:

For Press inquiries, including photo credential requests, please contact:
press@sevenpeaksfestival.com
For Radio and Media Promotion inquiries, contact:
marketing@sevenpeaksfestival.com

GENERAL CONTACT:

Please check out our FAQ section. Still need help?
Send us an email at: info@sevenpeaksfestival.com

CONTACT DIERKS:

Dierks wants to hear from you! You can send him a message here: dierks@sevenpeaksfestival.com!

STREET TEAM:

Interested in helping spread the word about Seven Peaks? Sign up to become a member of our street team! You can apply here.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

GENERAL

When can I buy passes & camping?

Both passes & camping are on sale now! You can purchase them here!

When does everything start?

Camping opens Friday at 9am, most of the music will take place during Saturday & Sunday of the festival!

I bought a GA Pass, when will I receive it?

Wristbands are typically sent out 5/6 weeks before the festival!

Can I come on site & sell stuff?

Only approved and licensed vendors are allowed to sell “stuff” on site. Fill out our vendor application form above for your chance to become a vendor!

I don't want to camp. Can I just commute and park each day?

Sure can! You may purchase your parking upon arrival to the festival. See here for details!

When will you announce artists by day/the full schedule?

Yes! Head over to our schedule page to plan out your day!

What are the ADA accommodations in the festival?

There are ADA viewing platforms available at each stage. This platform is reserved at all times for people with mobility impairments plus one companion. Please note this area has limited capacity and is available first come, first served. For any questions please email ada@sevenpeaksfestival.com!

 

Is there an age limit?

Nope, we welcome all ages to Seven Peaks and children 6 and under are free!

I have questions about my ticket order. Who do I contact?

Please call FrontGate Tickets at 888.512.SHOW (7469) and they will be able to assist you with your ticket order or account information.

Can I leave and re-enter the festival site?

Yes, you can come and go as much as you please.

What time does everything start for the weekend?

Campgrounds open Friday, Aug. 31st at 9am and will close on Monday, Sept. 3rd at 12pm!

See below for our door times:

Friday – 2pm
Saturday – 1pm
Sunday – 1pm

Need a sign language interpreter?

We are happy to tend to the needs of our ADA patrons. If you’d like a sign language interpreter, all requests must be received at ada@sevenpeaksfestival.com by August 17th.

CAMPING

Are there showers in the campgrounds and do they cost anything?

Hot and cold showers are available and are free.

I want to camp next to my friends. Can I reserve a campsite for them?

Camping sites are allocated as patrons arrive. Spaces cannot be held or reserved for any reason. If you would like to camp next to your friends, you will all need to arrive together.

Is alcohol allowed in the campgrounds?

As long as you are of age, alcohol is permitted within the confines of your individual campsite.

Can I have a vehicle on my campsite and what is the parking policy in the campgrounds?

Our general rule is one steering-wheel per campsite (example: a self-driving camping unit or car). Any additional vehicles would need to have an Overnight parking pass. For parking information, visit our passes page for the details. All parking may be purchased upon arrival to the festival.

Can I bring a golf cart with me?

No, due to safety reasons and traffic, we cannot allow golf carts in the campgrounds.

Is there ADA camping?

There is a designated ADA camping section available in Base Camp North to those with current, valid disability placards or plates. Spaces are allocated on a first come, first served basis.

What time do the campgrounds open and close?

Campgrounds open Friday, Aug. 31st at 9am and will close on Monday, Sept. 3rd at 12pm!

I have a camper. Which campground should I choose?

Campers/Trailers/Motorhomes are welcome in any camping area! As long as it fits within your campsite.

Can I use a generator at my campsite?

You can!

Campsites are very close together, so we request that all festival campers be considerate of their camping neighbors when utilizing a generator. To avoid excessive amounts of carbon monoxide and noise, please “pipe up” internal generators. This will allow the exhaust to be released above the RV and not into your neighbors camping area. If you are utilizing a free-standing generator, a “muffler box” would contain the noise and direct exhaust away from campers. Quiet generators are preferred by your fellow campers. Generators are the responsibility of their owners and should not interfere with surrounding campers. Ventilator kits preferred.

Do I need a festival wristband in order to camp?

Yes, everyone must have a festival wristband in order to enter campground areas.

How many people can I have at my campsite?

We allow as many people as can comfortably fit within the confines of your designated site.

For deluxe tents you are only allowed the number of people that fit the number of beds available.

Can I bring my dog with me?

No*. Please leave Fido and all other pets at home. It’s not that we don’t love them, it’s that we want them to stay safe at home!

*SERVICE ANIMALS are allowed.

What do I do with my car if I'm staying with friends who are camping?

You will need to purchase an overnight parking pass! Head over to our passes page to grab yours!

Can I have a campfire? What about a barbecue?

No charcoal or open fires are permitted. Small camp stoves and small propane barbecues will be permitted if there are no local fire bans that in effect during the festival.  Please check http://chaffeesheriff.org/fire-restrictions/ for updates.

Do you have electric hookups for RVs?

There are no electrical hookups for RVs in the campgrounds. However, you are welcome to bring a generator!

How many tents can I have on my campsite?

As many as you wish as long as it all fits within your camping space.

WRISTBANDS

I bought a wristband, when will I receive it?

Wristbands will be shipped approximately 5/6 weeks prior to the festival. Stay tuned to our website and social media. We’ll give fans a shout when wristbands are being shipped.

What happens if I lose or break my wristband?

We cannot replace any lost or broken wristbands for any reason. When you receive your wristband in the mail, please be sure to put it in a safe spot. Do not tamper with it or try it on, as these wristbands do not loosen once tightened.

Can I slide my wristband off and give it to my friend to use?

No. Once you put on your wristband at the festival, it will need to be on tight enough that it does not slide off.

I saw someone selling print-at-home tickets. Are they "legit"?

Nope. Be wary when buying passes anywhere other than the official Seven Peaks Festival website and/or Frontgate Tickets.

Do I need to purchase my festival passes at the same time I purchase camping?

No, you do not need to purchase both at the same time. You may purchase camping and come back to purchase your festival pass later (or vice versa). While supplies last.

Can I buy a single day pass?

We currently are not selling single day passes.

I have questions about my ticket order. Who do I contact?

Please call FrontGate Tickets at 888.512.SHOW (7469) and they will be able to assist you with your ticket order or account information.

Venue

Are there any restrictions as to what I can bring into the venue?

Attendees are NOT permitted to bring any of the items listen below into the venue:

  • Alcohol
  • Any beverages aside from: one (1) 20oz factory sealed bottle of water.
  • Glass Bottles or Cans
  • Zoom Lens Cameras
  • Coolers or Large Bags
  • Aerosol cans
  • Illegal Substances – Yes, this includes marijuana
  • Laser Pointers
  • Animals (except service animals)
  • Recorders (audio or video)
  • Weapons
  • Fireworks
  • Umbrellas
  • Electronic cigarettes
  • Drones – Drones are strictly prohibited from all of the festival grounds as well as campgrounds.

What CAN I bring into the festival?

  • Strollers
  • Disposable cameras
  • Small camera with no detachable zoom lens or flash
  • (1) 20 oz factory sealed bottle of water
  • Small bags or backpack
  • (1) Small (1 gallon) clear bag of snacks.
  •  Low-profile beach style chairs, regular lawn chairs or bag chairs
  • Camel baks (1.5-liters)
  • Empty water bottles or cups that are not glass (we will have free water stations to fill up at inside!)
  • Sunscreen

*All containers and bags are subject to inspection.

Can I come and go from the festival site?

Yes, you are more than welcome to come and go from the festival site!

Can I bring in my medical prescription and/or diabetic insulin inside the venue?

You can, but you must advise the security guard at the gate to avoid confiscation. They will call medics to assist you.

Why can't I bring an umbrella?

Because they are a crowd nuisance and a poking hazard that obscure the view of the people behind them.

Do you sell alcohol?

Yes we do. Just make sure to bring a valid photo ID!

Can I bring in marijuana?

In accordance with Colorado law, marijuana use will not be permitted at Seven Peaks Festival.  Marijuana is intended for private, personal use and such use is only legal in certain locations not open or accessible to the public.

In order for Seven Peaks Festival to a successful annual event, we expect guests to behave in a manner that is respectful to other guests, staff and emergency service providers; to be good neighbors to those who live and work in the area; to be kind and helpful to each other; and to obey laws and Festival rules including those that pertain to illegal drugs, marijuana and alcohol. Uncooperative or persistent offenders will be removed from the venue and their wristbands will be revoked.