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Tickets

Tickets

 

Spring 2024 tickets are on sale now!

 

  • This is a general admission, all-ages event. Children 13 and under enter for free. 

  • NO REFUNDS after March 1st, 2024. All ticket sales are final. Folk & Forage happens regardless of weather. In the unlikely event that the Folk & Forage festival is canceled, full refunds will be given to all ticket holders.

Weekend Passes

This includes 10 musical performances, 10 workshops, and access to everything that Folk & Forage has to offer! 

This pass is good for entry on May 17th, 18th, & 19th. Re-entry is allowed all weekend long for weekend pass holders. Folk & Forage takes place rain or shine.

 

Saturday Single-Day Tickets

This pass is good for entry on Saturday, May 18th. Gates are open from 9 am - 9 pm, no re-entry is allowed. Folk & Forage takes place rain or shine.
 

Sunday Single-Day Tickets

This pass is good for entry on Sunday, May 19th. Gates are open from 9 am - 9 pm, no re-entry is allowed. Folk & Forage takes place rain or shine.


 

Venue

Folk & Forage takes place at a beautiful kids camp located in Veneta, Oregon. The exact location will come via email after you purchase a ticket. There are a variety of amenities, and it feels like the summer camp of your dreams. 

 

  • Music Meadow: The central hub of Folk & Forage. This is where all musical performances take place and where you can find the merch booth, info booth, makers market, and tavern. All communal meals and events take place at the music meadow. 

  • Workshop Amphitheater: Sandwiched between the grove camping and pavilion, the majority of workshops take place here. 

  • Great Hall: The indoor space where morning yoga and some workshops take place. Located at the top of the hill, follow signs to the top for yoga or to take in the view!

  • Bathrooms: There are flush toilets located in the bathhouse next to the Music Meadow. Porta-Potties are located next to the camping, and workshop areas.

  • Showers: Showers are located in the bathhouse next to the music meadow. Don’t forget your towel and bath products!

  • Trash & Recycling: Pack it in, pack it out. There are limited trash & recycling services at this event, so please try to carry out what you bring in. 

  • Drinking Water: There are multiple spigots with potable water scattered around the property. There are also sinks located in the bathhouse and a 3 basin sink located next to the workshop amphitheater. We recommend bringing a large vessel to fill up and take back to camp with you. 

  • Getting Around the Property: This is a large property.  The multiple camping locations require a good walk to reach the music. Take this into consideration when packing as you will have to carry your items up and down this path, and please read the ACCESSIBILITY page for more info on the terrain. We suggest bringing a bicycle to be able to zip around from activity to activity.


 

Arrival/Parking/Camping

 

Welcome to Folk & Forage! Upon arrival, you will be greeted by our check-in team to receive your wristband and directions on where to camp. If you rent a cabin, the team will provide directions to your cabin.

 

All camping is first come first serve. There are multiple camping areas on the property, and we will help direct you to your perfect spot.

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  • ​The majority of the tent camping sites are walk-in only. There is plenty of nearby parking; a short walk and our wheelbarrow will help get you to your site. 

  • If you are driving a larger camper vehicle like a Sprinter, ProMaster, Transit, or Truck Camper you will need a Large Vehicle Camping Permit. 

  • RVs and Travel Trailers need RV Parking Permits (only 5!) available on a first-come-first-served basis. 


 

Meals & Beverages 

 

Folk & Forage hosts a handful of wonderful vendors with the ability to accommodate most dietary restrictions. In addition to vendors, we offer one communal meal in the form of a Stone Soup dinner on Sunday night. 

 

Food Vendors

TBA!

Sunday Stone Soup & Communal Potluck Dinner

For those of you unfamiliar with the story of stone soup, it essentially means coming together to create a meal out of nothing. Everyone contributes one small thing which leads to an incredible bounty. This represents the power of cooperation and community, two values near and dear to Folk and Forage. We like to finish our festival with one last communal experience to wrap up the weekend. 

Here is how it works:

  • We provide alliums and spices. 

  • If you plan to join, bring a carton of vegetable broth and a vegetable of your choice and drop these items off at the Stone Soup area at 2. The earlier you drop off the longer the soup gets to cook and the better it will taste!

  • Feel free to contribute any sides (meat, bread, cheese, salad, etc) to contribute to the feast, but we will keep the soup vegan to accommodate everyone.

  • This meal will be served buffet style, and please bring your bowl and spoon.

 

Coffee

Coffee will be available courtesy of Trailhead Coffee Roasters on Saturday and Sunday mornings. Dairy half & half will be provided, but if you require a non-dairy option or sweetener, bring your own. Don’t forget your mug or camp cup!

 

Tavern Drinks

Alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase each night from 3 pm-midnight at the tavern in the music meadow.

 

Rules/Guidelines

  • Camp Rules:

    • No weapons or fireworks.

    • No littering: Pack it in, Pack it out!

    • No Dogs. Please find a sitter for your doggo and leave them at home. If you arrive with a dog, you will be turned away. Service animals only.

    • No hard drugs.

    • Please keep loud conversations away from the stage area during the musical performances.​

  • TAKE CARE OF THE COMMUNITY:  This is a community event. Please behave responsibly, keep an eye on your friends, and speak out if you see anything amiss. We want everyone to feel good, comfortable, and safe.


 

What to Bring

  • Dishes: Please bring your dishes, utensils, and cups. There will be no disposable dishes available at the communal meals.

  • ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Suggested Packing List:​

    • Tent

    • Sleeping Bag and Pad

    • Pillow

    • Extra tarp or EZ Up in case of weather

    • Camp chair for in camp or to bring to the music meadow for music and meals

    • Headlamp

    • Warm Layers! Coats, jackets, scarves, socks, gloves, hats, etc. Stay cozy

    • Raincoat and pants

    • Hiking boots and camp shoes

    • Baskets for foraging

    • Bicycle for getting around the property

    • Yoga mat

    • Mushroom ID book

    • Pocket knife

    • Plate, bowl, and utensils

    • Party cup

    • Coffee mug

    • Water Bottle

    • Breakfasts, Lunches, Saturday Dinner, Friday Potluck Item, Sunday Stone Soup Item & Snacks

    • Camp stoves, pots, pans, and whatever you need to prepare your food. 

    • Drinks, cooler, etc…

    • Booze, buds, bottles, doobies, and other Happy Hour supplies

    • Mushroom Costume for the Costume Parade

    • Cash: Food Vendors, Tips for the bands, buying merchandise, shopping at the maker's market, bribing locals for the best foraging spots, etc.

    • Whatever you need to be safe: Sunscreen, First Aid, Medications, Vitamins, etc.

    • Camp Fun: Frisbee, Hammock, Instruments, etc.



 

Accessibility

Folk & Forage takes place at a forested summer camp in Veneta, Oregon. All roads and trails are dirt and can be muddy when wet. Come prepared with proper footwear for walking. You're welcome to bring a bike to get around the property. 

 

Campsites are located a .3 mi. walk from the music meadow. RV camping and campsites at Jinglebonk Campground are located on flat ground. Tent camping in the Grove campground can be uneven with protruding tree roots. If you find that you require additional assistance getting to and from your campsite, please let the Folk & Forage staff know. 

 

Porta potties pods are located at all campsite areas and each pod has one ADA restroom. Flush bathrooms are located at the music meadow and include ADA stalls. 

 

Only legitimate service animals that are properly trained and under the proper care and supervision of their owners are permitted. Owners should be able to describe the service that the animal performs and the training that the animal has received (no one will be asked about the nature of their disability or medical condition).

The animal must remain by the handler’s side at all times and must be harnessed, leashed or tethered unless these devices interfere with the animal's work or the individual’s disability. In this case, the individual must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective controls.

Anyone bringing an animal is responsible for and liable for any damage or injury caused by the animal.

Owners or someone accompanying the service animal are responsible to bag and remove solid waste.



 

Health / Safety

We are fortunate to have a team from Harmony Event Medicine at Folk & Forage to provide medical aid and crisis assistance to our attendees. Need a bandaid or help with a bee sting? Having a bad trip? The wonderful folks from Harmony provide a healing environment with respectful, non-judgemental, and caring support.

 

Folk & Forage is a community event and a safe place for everyone. If at any time you don’t feel safe or comfortable, please tell someone at the info booth and our staff will work to remedy the situation. 

What to Bring
Accessibility
Rules
Meals & Bev.
Parking
Venue
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