FAQ

When do Gates open?

Gates open at 6pm for Wednesday early-arrivals. Gates open at 9am for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday arrivals.

When is the Box Office open?

Box Office Hours Wednesday: 3pm-12am Thursday-Saturday 9am-12am

Can I bring my pets?

Pets are unfortunately NOT ALLOWED on the The Werk Out Festival Grounds due to the request of land owners. Regardless of how “nice” or “friendly” your pet may be, this event is a privately ran event with the requests of the landowners being granted. Service animals are allowed if you have proof of rabies shots and service license.

Is there camping allowed?

Absolutely! Camping is free for all weekend pass ticket holders.  We encourage all attendees to bring their camping gear. We would prefer if everyone would make themselves comfortable and enjoy the entirety of our event. Camping next to your car without a Car Camping Pass is not permitted.

What is GA Car Camping Pass?

GA Car Camping allows you to park your car in the GA campground and camp next to it.

Is there anything else I should leave at home?

Glass containers are not allowed. No drugs. No firearms/weapons. No underage drinking. No nitrous oxide. No explosives/fireworks. No ill intentions.

How can I become a sponsor or vendor at the Festival?

Sponsorship and vendor prospects can inquire at info@thewerkoutfestival.com.

Is there a lost and found location?

Lost and found will be at the Fire and Ice booth to located to the left of the Main Stages.

Will festival merchandise be available for purchase?

Yes, absolutely! Make sure you bring extra money in order to properly rock your Werk Out gear until next year!

If I’m disabled, where do I park for handicap access?

Inquire at the front gate as to accommodations one may need.

Will the festival allow alcohol?

Alcohol is permitted on The Werk Out Festival Grounds. You must be 21 to consume alcohol on the property.  The Festival will sell alcoholic beverages to anyone 21 and above in the designated bar area.   If you would like to bring in and/or consume your own alcohol into the campgrounds, a $10 Campground BYOB pass must be purchased at the box office.  You can only consume your own alcohol in the campgrounds, outside alcohol will not be allowed in the concert area.  NO GLASS, no exceptions.

Where should I park?

Bands will inquire at the front gate and directed to the proper loading/unloading zones. Those who choose to camp at the event will be directed to overnight parking whereas those! who intend on leaving the premises daily will be asked to park in the lot provided directly west of the entry drive to The Werk Out Festival Grounds as signs will be posted.

Parking for passenger vehicles is included in the ticket price to better facilitate a quicker entrance into event, however, if and when possible, please carpool. (RV’s and busses require an extra fee. See the RV section).

Also, plan to carry your gear to your selected site. Walking distance can vary, but plan on a hike of about 100-400 yards, so keep that in mind when planning!  Assistance can be offered for those with special needs or disabilities.

I have an RV, can I park it on site?

Yes!  An RV pass can be purchased for $100. (Limited amount available)

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