FAQ’s

     

From Loveland:

1. Take Highway 34 West through Loveland, 10.8 miles from I-25

2. Turn Right on County Road 27. This turn is best noticed by a blue sign for Sunrise Ranch and a green sign for Masonville. Big Thompson Elementary School is on the NW corner of this turn. Stay on County Road 27 for 2.9 miles.

3. Turn Left on County Road 29. This turn is the first paved road to the left. On the corner is a sign for Sunrise Ranch on the left and a sign for Eden Valley on the right. Stay on County Road 29 for about a mile.

4. Go past the white dome on your left, then turn left into festival gate and parking area, event staffers will be available to direct you.

From Denver/Boulder:

1. Take I-25 North for approximately 40 miles.

2. Exit I-25 on Highway 34 West (Loveland Exit #257). Stay on Highway 34 West all the way through Loveland, approximately 10.8 miles. 3. Turn Right on County Road 27. This turn is best noticed by a blue sign for Sunrise Ranch and a green sign for Masonville. Big Thompson Elementary School is on the NW corner of this turn. Stay on County Road 27 for 2.9 miles.3. Turn Right on County Road 27. This turn is best noticed by a blue sign for Sunrise Ranch and a green sign for Masonville. Big Thompson Elementary School is on the NW corner of this turn. Stay on County Road 27 for 2.9 miles.4. Turn Left on County Road 29. This turn is the first paved road to the left. On the corner is a sign for Sunrise Ranch on the left and a sign for Eden Valley on the right. Stay on County Road 29 for about a mile.

3. Turn Right on County Road 27. This turn is best noticed by a blue sign for Sunrise Ranch and a green sign for Masonville. Big Thompson Elementary School is on the NW corner of this turn. Stay on County Road 27 for 2.9 miles.4. Turn Left on County Road 29. This turn is the first paved road to the left. On the corner is a sign for Sunrise Ranch on the left and a sign for Eden Valley on the right. Stay on County Road 29 for about a mile.4. Turn Left on County Road 29. This turn is the first paved road to the left. On the corner is a sign for Sunrise Ranch on the left and a sign for Eden Valley on the right. Stay on County Road 29 for about a mile.5. Go past the white dome on your left, then turn left into

4. Turn Left on County Road 29. This turn is the first paved road to the left. On the corner is a sign for Sunrise Ranch on the left and a sign for Eden Valley on the right. Stay on County Road 29 for about a mile.5. Go past the white dome on your left, then turn left into 5. Go past the white dome on your left, then turn left into

5. Go past the white dome on your left, then turn left into festival gate and parking area, event staffers will be available to direct you.

From Fort Collins:

1.Take Harmony West from Taft Hill Road where it becomes CR 38 E approximately 9 miles to Masonville2.Turn Left on County Road 27 (at the Masonville Mercantile and Wedding Emporium) stay on County Road 27 for approximately 2 miles.

2.Turn Left on County Road 27 (at the Masonville Mercantile and Wedding Emporium) stay on County Road 27 for approximately 2 miles.3. Turn Right on County Road 29 and stay on it for about 1 mile 4. Go past the white dome on your left and turn left into

3. Turn Right on County Road 29 and stay on it for about 1 mile 4. Go past the white dome on your left and turn left into festival gate and parking area, event staffers will be available to direct you.  

ARISE Box Office Hours 

Thursday: 4pm-10pm *Early Camping Ticket Holders ONLY

Friday/Saturday: 9am-12am

Sunday: 9am-10pm

Ticketing Information

Once you purchase, you will receive an order confirmation email from Eventbrite on behalf of the ARISE Music Festival. Your e-ticket(s) will be attached to your order confirmation email. Make sure to print them out and bring them to the event. Or go green and download the Eventbrite app  on your smart phone! IMPORTANT: If you do not see your order confirmation in your inbox, make sure to check your junk/spam folder.

If you do not see your order confirmation in your inbox, click here to access the Eventbrite help center.

If you are having any other technical ticketing-related issues with your order, click here to contact Eventbrite. For non-technical ticketing questions and general festival info, click here.

Need to view or update the information on your order? Click here for instructions.

All ticket sales are final, there will be no refunds for any reason.

Carpooling saves money, reduces ecological impact and makes roads safer. GA Parking: $25-80 per vehicle. Please note that if you will need to come and go from the festival, you will need a re-entry parking pass. Click here for all of the pricing details.

There are no hook-ups on site. Check the ticketing page for RV and trailer camping prices.

Sorry, no generators in the campgrounds. Whisper quite generators used for internal RV purposes only are permitted. Click here for RV passes.

If you want to camp next to your car, there is a Car Camping Pass upgrade you can find on the ticketing page Here. General parking is reasonably close to the Walk-In Camping areas. To assure the safety of campers there is absolutely no sleeping outside vehicles in the general parking lots.

Campsites are first come, first serve. Come early so you have more choices for your campsite. Click here for Early Camping upgrade.

Handicapped parking, restrooms and viewing areas on site. A handicapped parking placard must be displayed in each vehicle.

Acoustic jamming of all sorts is encouraged! However, no amplified music is allowed. Please respect and consider your neighbors.

Yes, camping stoves are permitted. No, open fires are not allowed.

Yes, there will be 3 locations on-site with ATMs, but it’s always best to come prepared and bring enough of everything you need… including cash.

The festival will be staffed 24 hours a day by Groove Medical Services (GMS) with EMTs, first-responders, paramedics and professional security. Centrally located, an easily identified medical tent will be accessible to attendees at all times. If medical assistance is needed notify the nearest security team member or festival staffer or go to the on-site medical tent.

Lost and Found is located at the information tent which is located in the concert bowl, just north of the StarBar. If you lose something, check there. If you find something that does not belong to you, please bring it there.

NO – Propane tanks. Only small camp stoves allowed.

YES – Cooperation and participation is appreciated.

NO Dogs. We love our furry friends… just think how excited they will be when we get home.

YES – Go ahead and bring all your furry human friends.

NO – Underage drinking. This is the law and will be strictly enforced.

YES – Be kind, share, make new friends.

NO – Glass. Bare feet baby!

YES – Be safe. Be smart. Don’t do anything stupid. It’s really that simple. : )

NO – Fireworks or Lazer pointers, strictly enforced. No exceptions. No excuses.

YES – Dance freely.

NO – Unauthorized vending.

YES – Breathe deeply. The air is clean, fresh… and free!

NO – Firearms or weapons of any kind.

YES – Hugging is good. There will be a prize at the end for the most hugged person. Maybe someone you know will be the winner (just kidding… everyone wins).

NO – Excessive quantities of alcohol. People bringing in excessive quantities of alcohol will be turned away. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.

YES – There will be beer, wine and alcohol sales in the concert bowl for those of legal age with proper photo ID.

NO – Nitrous tanks or kegs

YES – Did we mention that we reserve the right to refuse service to anyone?

NO – open fires or unauthorized fire dancing. Fire dancing is permitted on stage only by authorized performers.

YES – There is a big, beautiful, centrally located fire pit on the festival grounds to be shared by all. Conditions permitting.

NO – ATVs or any gas powered vehicles.

YES! – We are as excited as you are!



GMS Camping Check List

Directions

Camping

ARISE Music Festival is a Leave No Trace event. Please respect the land and each other.