Arrival

We want our festivals to be as comfortable and safe as possible for all attendees. We are visitors on this land and to this region. How you conduct yourself is noticed.

What you do as an individual impacts us as a whole and really does make a difference. We want you to have fun, enjoy good music, fellowship and healing.

In the interest of attending a safe and peaceful music gathering and to ensure continued local community support, we ask that you take efforts to be a part of our community.

Helpful Information

Drink and bring plenty of water.
No glass containers in festival area.
Bring dishes, utensils and cups for vendor areas.
Respect on-sight private property as indicated by signs.

Things to bring

Sun Screen
Fresh Water
Large Brimmed Hat
Sunglasses
Costumes
Joy Filled Spirit
Your Favorite Food (We will have delicious healthy food in vendor areas)
Flashlights and Batteries (It will be the dark cycle of the moon)

Festival Amenities

The nearest gas is six miles south at the Chewaucan Garage in Paisley (open Fri-Sat) or 20 miles northwest on Hwy 31 at the Summer Lake Store.

Nearest resupply for ice, snacks, cold beverages is the Paisley General Store (541-943-3110).

Our medical staff will be onsite. For emergencies please seek medical help immediately at the medical hut near office area.

Please consider the whole event and please observe the following simple rules. Your cooperation is our future!

Pool & Hot Springs Guidelines

PLEASE SHOWER before entering the pool with our wonderful natural SOAP donated by ANGELINA'S in Bend.

Drink plenty of water (non-glass containers)
Bathing suits required 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Suits optional after 9:00 pm

No GLASS or FOOD allowed in pool house!!

The Pool House is a Quiet area for Healing. No loud voices, swearing, smoking, alcohol or rowdy behavior in the Bath House.

No lifeguards are on duty, swim at your own risk. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Bathhouse closed to children 18 and under after 9:00 pm.

Bathhouse will be drained Sunday night at 6:00 pm. During the festival we will have periodic sound healing in the pool house with crystal bowls, didgeridoos and tibetan bells.

Keep the Scene Green and Clean

Clean your campsite after your stay and remember to recycle.

Recycling & Garbage: Pack it in...Pack it out.

Our recycling is two hours away. If you have curbside service at your homes please take your items.

We will provide garbage bags to assist you in honoring this request. We will gradly share locations of recycling and trash drop-off areas.

Honor Your Neighbors

We have plenty of good music at the festival. Please refrain from loud music in the camping areas late at night. Sound travels easily in the vast silence.