NO ONE WILL BE ALLOWED ON SITE WITH OUT A TICKET!
All cars and RVs entering the site will be searched!
4 Peaks must adhere to Oregon Liquor Control Commission’s laws and the rules of our gracious hosts at Stevenson Ranch. Therefore, every vehicle entering the grounds will be searched for alcohol and illegal drugs.
Gates to camping/parking (not the venue) open at noon on Thursday June 16th. RV spots are required for vehicles (trailers) longer than 18′. (combined length under 18′ does not need an RV pass) Camper vans, trucks with campers, and cars with tiny trailers are OK without an RV pass if they are under 18′ in total length. You have an option to park/unload a trailer in an RV spot and then move your car to day parking where it can stay for the weekend. VW camper vans do NOT need an RV pass.
- $15 per vehicle impact fee for parking (day or overnight) no matter which type of space you occupy.
$120 (goes up to $150 after Early Birds are sold out) for an oversized RV space. (if you purchase an RV pass, the vehicle pass is waived and you do NOT need to purchase an extra one).
$15 Extra if you want your trailer and car/truck together and they are less than 18’ each. (Just purchase 2 vehicle impact fees) Prices do not include service charges if applicable.
Please note: There are NO RV hookups or dumping areas onsite.
Gate hours are
- Thursday, June 15: 12pm-10pm
- Friday, June 16: 9am-10pm
- Saturday, June 17: 9am-9pm
- Sunday, June 18: 8am-3pm
Please don’t arrive when the gates are not open. If you HAVE to arrive before or after these times, there will be a “holding” area where you will have to park until the gates open and you will have to wait in your car!
*If you arrive before noon on Thursday, June 15th without a prior agreement from the 4 Peaks staff, you will be turned away and have to drive around the area.
If you leave your spot and the venue, we can not guarantee your spot for your return and your car will be subject to being searched again. In addition, you may either park in the Day Parking area, or pay an additional $10 venue impact fee.
All tickets are weekend passes, which INCLUDE staying overnight, but camping is not mandatory. Prices do not include service charges if applicable.
There will be absolutely no reissues for lost or stolen tickets!
Please save your email confirmation. All sales are final.
Tent/car camping is free.
Anyone can camp Thursday night, (RV pass not needed) but you DO need to have purchased an RV pass ahead of time to bring an RV on site.
* We will not know about a Saturday only ticket until middle of May (if all weekend passes sell out, no Saturday ticket will be sold)
General Festival Info:
- No weapons/fireworks of any kind
- No open fires – burning of wood or charcoal is prohibited
- Gas-fueled camping stoves are allowed
- No illegal substances
- No outside vending will be allowed (contact email@example.com for a booth)
- No riding or crusing – Operating vehicles of any kind will not be allowed on the festival grounds except for the purpose of entering or exiting the festival grounds.
- No bicycles (unless you are biking TO the fest.) or scooters or personal motorized vehicles will be permitted to operate on site (This includes, but is not limited to: golf carts, ATV’s motor scooters, and powered skateboards
- NO GLASS CONTAINERS OF ANY KIND!!
Additional Festival Information:
- The 2016 4 Peaks Music Festival is a rain or shine event, so come prepared for all types of weather.
- All acts advertised have confirmed their appearance at the 2016 4 Peaks Music Festival. Check out the artists at our website: www.4peaksmusic.com/artists.
- Visit the website regularly for updated information.
- Please pick up after yourself
- Remember you are visiting a home where horses live.
- Help us insure a quick and safe return for them. Leave no trace.
- If you see anything that might be of danger to people or livestock notify festival staff or volunteers.
There are no showers on site. There IS potable water and please bring a water bottle to fill!
Due to Oregon Liquor Laws, you may not bring alcohol onto the site. Alcohol will be available for purchase. We have great food/beverage vendors on site this year with over 7 Breweries and Kombucha!
Ice will be available for purchase on site.
* Potable water available on site – bring a water vessel, lets keep it green
* 4 Peaks souvenir (use hot or cold) Silipints will be available again, reuse and reduce! (we have new and exciting colors this year)
* Wireless connection available – as we will also be streaming all weekend from both stages via Stumptown Bliss. Wireless compliments of Webformix.
* Feel free to bring low back chairs and festive games!
- Children of all ages will be welcome. Tickets will be required for children over 10.
- This is a very family-friendly event and lets welcome everyone!
- Please supervise your children closely keep them off of fences and furniture, away from pond.
- Children under 12 are not allowed in beer tent unless accompanied by an adult. Kids’ zone is not a babysitting service, parental participation is required. Minors are not allowed in tent after 9:00pm.
NO PETS! Pets will be placed with the local humane society. Please use the local kennels if you are traveling with your pet. If a pet is found in the car you will be turned away – regardless! A list of local kennels are below. Service Animals, trained to assist an individual with a disability, are allowed but PLEASE Check with us ahead of time.
- Bend Pet Resort LLC
- WagBend Dog Daycare
- Central Oregon Pet Care Pros
- Pet Paradise
- Happy Tales Pet Resort – NEAR TUMALO
- Frogs to Dogs Bend
- Park Your Pooch Kennel
- Animal Friends Professional Pet Care
- Best Dog Gone Sitter – IN TUMALO
- Strutt Your Mutt
- Thirty Max Kennels – IN TUMALO
- Deschutes Pet Lodge LLC
There will be an ACCESSIBLE CAMPING area for people with mobility limitations. No early notification will be required but a state-issued accessible parking license plate, placard, or hang tag is required to park or camp in this area.
§ 35.136 Service animals (The law states) Inquiries. A public entity shall not ask about the nature or extent of a person’s disability, but may make two inquiries to determine whether an animal qualifies as a service animal. A public entity may ask if the animal is required because of a disability and what work or task the animal has been trained to perform. A public entity shall not require documentation, such as proof that the animal has been certified, trained, or licensed as a service animal. Generally, a public entity may not make these inquiries about a service animal when it is readily apparent that an animal is trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability (e.g., the dog is observed guiding an individual who is blind or has low vision, pulling a person’s wheelchair, or providing assistance with stability or balance to an individual with an observable mobility disability).