Frequently Asked Questions
NO RE-ENTRY – ONCE YOU’RE IN, YOU’RE IN!
All tickets are either print at home, electronically scanned at the door from your phone or at will call, depending on what you chose at checkout. Please bring proof of ID for check in.
NO, ALL Boat Docks attached to Festival Park are CLOSED during event days. All attendees must enter through the front main entrance with a valid ticket.
Each concert varies, please see details on ticket page for your specific showtimes.
No, you may not. However, we have plenty of food vendors located within festival park. A variety of beer & wine will be sold on site.
Tickets are non-refundable. Rain or shine event.
No outside animals are allowed UNLESS it is a service animal with proper documentation.
You may bring a low profile chair and blankets for sitting. Umbrellas, pop up tents and canopy chairs are not allowed inside the concert. Chairs with shaded apparatus must sit in the back ~ being mindful of the people behind you. CHAIRS AND BLANKETS ONLY ALLOWED IN THE BACK LAWN AREA.
We have handicap parking spaces next to the front entrance. The park is accessible via hard paths throughout with bathrooms accessible by ramp. Please visit our box office for any extra assistance day of show or any questions ahead of time please email us at [email protected].
- Your Tickets and I.D.
- Good Vibes
- EMPTY refillable water bottles, there will be a water filling station inside the venue
- Low back chairs, inflatable couches, blankets – ONLY ALLOWED IN BACK LAWN AREA
- Regular sized or unframed backpacks
- Bags and strollers are allowed but will be searched thoroughly
- Sunscreen lotion and non-aersol bug spray
- Empty poster tube
- Hula hoops
**FOR EVERYONE’S SAFETY ALL BAGS, PEOPLE AND ITEMS SUBJECT TO SEARCH
Don’t bring your germs. If you’re feeling sick or have been exposed to COVID-19, please stay home.
- NO Outside food or drink, INCLUDING FULL WATER BOTTLES
- NO Alcohol or Flasks
- NO Coolers
- NO Glass AT ALL
- NO Illegal substances, drugs, or drug paraphernalia
- NO Knives or weapons of any kind
- NO Pets (except Service Animals)
- NO Flammable lanterns or fire of any kind
- NO Fireworks or any types of explosives
- NO Balloons
- NO Scooters or personalized motor vehicles
- NO Bicycles, Skateboards, and Scooters inside the festival grounds
- NO Tents or canopies
- NO Professional cameras (indicated by a detachable lens larger than 2 inches)
- NO Professional video or audio recording devices with out prior approval
- NO Lasers or light pointers
- NO Instruments, megaphones, horns or noise makers
- NO large, staked or golf umbrellas (small handheld ok)
- NO Flag poles
- NO Soliciting or unlicensed vending of any kind
- NO Drones or UAV’s
Organizers are in communication with local health and safety officials and will follow all guidelines from governing health organizations at the time of the event.
We currently have zero restrictions for admission to any of our outdoor events at Roanoke Island Festival Park. Please stay home if you’re not feeling well or have recently been exposed to any illness.
By purchasing a ticket, you understand that health policies are subject to change at discretion of the tour, promoter or government issued mandate. No Refunds will be issued if you choose not to comply.
Parking on site is limited and first come first serve. Check out the FREE SHUTTLE SERVICE.
We will have a medical team on-site to to address any type of medical problem you may have. If you need assistance go to the medical tent, locate security or a festival staff member.
Our primary goal is to create a safe and secure environment for everyone in attendance. To ensure this, there will be on-site security provided by our private security staff and local police. If any problems occur whatsoever, locate a festival security guard, police officer or festival staff member.
We have a Vendor Village offering a variety of food options from several local food trucks/vendors. We will have vegetarian/vegan options as well. Food vendors vary per show, see social media close to show date for who will be there.
For our 21+ attendees we will have beer, wine, and seltzers available at a number of booths.
We thank our AMAZING volunteer bartenders from Friends of Elizabeth II who work diligently to get you served as quickly as possible. To minimize lines they are adding extra check out personnel. Please be patient and have your beverage order ready when you arrive at the bar.
There will be no liquor served. All alcohol sales end 30 minutes prior to the end of show.
Bathrooms and hand washing stations will be placed throughout the festival site. We ask that you help us in keeping them as clean as possible for the next festival attendee. There are extra dedicated bathrooms at the back of the grounds.
Stop by for any and all information at the Front Entrance.
Vendor Village will feature local art along with Festival and Tour Merchandise. offering a wide selection of items like clothing, accessories, craft items, music memorabilia and more.
We have Live Art by Chris Wheeler and some surprises in a Silent Auction for the Mustang Outreach Program at the Merch Tent. The Mustang Outreach Program is a non-profit organization here on the Outer Banks that teaches kids how to play music together in a band and concert atmosphere. They are our next generation of live music!