Camping

Camping passes will go on sale Saturday June 5th!

New! Camping is charged by the space, not by the car or tent.  

Camp sites must be purchased and reserved ahead of time. All reserved sites are in The Field this year. You can browse the Field campsites on this map. (Coming Soon) 

Camping Spaces are reserved for the entire weekend: 

   $120 w/ hookups

   $90 w/o hookups

Camping sites come with 1 Vehicle Pass 

Additional Vehicle Pass costs $30 (must be purchased by the purchaser of the campsite) 

Note! To keep a subdued volume, no generators allowed. 

A Vehicle Pass allows one entry into the Jamboree field, no in/out. You are still welcome to park your cars on the other side of the fence and walk in.

Campsite sizes vary a little bit, but they are roughly 15'x 40' for a total of 600 sq feet each.  

We recommend that each campsite host no more than 4 people, and that larger families or pod groups reserve multiple adjoining campsites.   

Each ticket holder may reserve up to 4 campsites. The maximum size of any family group/pod is 15 people.   

Family groups/pods do not need to be masked at their campsites.   

The campsite purchaser will be considered your pod/family’s Subdued Campsite Captain, and will coordinate with our Low Strung Posse volunteer crew onsite, to ensure safe set up and subdued neighborly relations, and distancing and masking if needed.  

Campers are required to set up sleeping areas and socializing areas 3ft from the border of campsite and/or coordinate with neighboring camps to accommodate 6ft of distance buffer for sleeping and socializing areas between camps.  

The area Beyond the Tin Hat (formerly known as Seriously Subdued) is currently designated for volunteers, musicians, and staff.

Bicyclists can camp for free Beyond The Tin Hat or buy a camping space in the field. 

NEW! Seriously Subdued Camping and Two Wheels Are Better Than Four are now a combined campground called Beyond The Tin Hat 

There is no Shady Grove to camp in this year. 

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