Your 3-Day GA Pass includes camping for Friday, Saturday and Sunday night. If you’d like to camp at the park on Thursday night, you need to purchase a Thursday Pre-Party pass IN ADDITION to your 3-day pass. Thursday night campers definitely score the best camping spots, and there will be tons of great music and fun if you want to start partying early!
A general parking pass will need to be purchased per car upon entrance to the park (VIPs get a special parking area).
NO VEHICLES ARE ALLOWED ON THE CAMPGROUNDS, unless you get an RV / Car Camping spot. As long as you pay to park your car in the parking lot and have a parking pass you can come and go as you please.
If you lose your parking pass or wristband you will have to pay again (no exceptions). If you buy an RV / Car Camping spot, you must keep your vehicle in the park until the event is over. You will NOT be allowed to come and go with your vehicle. If you have an RV / Car Camping spot and you want to leave, you may leave but not return without paying again if there is still space available. VIP’s get a special parking area which is included with their VIP Upgrade.
Find out more about parking your RV at Solshine Reverie HERE.
For the safety of everyone attending Solshine, we ask that everyone follow this short list of rules and regulations.
As inclement weather or other natural phenomenon can sometimes cause an interruption to festival activities, please be aware of the weather and seek shelter as needed.
The continued sounding of emergency sirens is a call for evacuation. Gather only your essential items and begin to head to your vehicle. Follow the directions of all security and public safety officials.
When evacuating, proceed to the nearest evacuation exit as directed by the parking officials, listed below. The park will reopen as soon as it is determined safe to reopen. Live stage performances will begin again as soon as it is safe and feasible to do so.
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