Are there camping options for ADA patrons?
With flat area at a premium on our mountain landscape, FloydFest has set aside a few ADA-designated spaces near the FloydFest Camp Store and ADA Headquarters. Reserved ADA camping is available onsite, with dedicated shuttle service and qualified assistance. If you are purchasing a tent tag and planning to camp onsite and would like to locate in this area, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to make specific arrangements.
What is the re-entry policy for ADA Onsite Parking pass vehicles?
If you purchased an ADA Onsite Parking pass, you are free to come and go from the FloydFest site throughout the weekend. We cannot guarantee that you will receive the same parking space, but a space will be available upon your return.
What assistance is available for getting around the festival site?
ADA shuttles are available to assist patrons with special needs to negotiate the FloydFest site. If in need of transport, reach out to any FloydFest staff member with a radio and ask them to call for a ride.
What are the basic details for ADA patrons?
While FloydFest is still a rural, outdoor festival held in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia (in what used to be a cow field), we strive to make the site available to as many music fans as possible. In 2015, we continue to work toward making the FloydFest site as accessible as possible to all of our patrons, including those with disabilities. ADA patrons will find a centrally located ADA information tent, nearby parking, and numerous handicapped-accessible port-o-johns. FloydFest also features ADA Camping Hosts to answer questions and solve logistics for ADA patrons.