FAQ

Guitar Pick Price LogoWHAT DOES IT COST?

Entry to the festival, September 16 and 17, is $5 per person, per day.  Children under 12 are FREE.

Donations are always gratefully accepted. Look for the bucket patrol at the festival and help support blues in Wasaga Beach.

PETS?

The Festival is not a pet friendly Please leave your dogs at home.  Only service dogs are permitted.

ARE CHAIRS AVAILABLE?

We suggest that you should bring your own lawn chairs.

WHAT IF IT RAINS?

The music will go on, rain or shine.

WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?

It is an outdoor, evening event so dress appropriately for the weather.

CAN I BRING A COOLER?

Coolers and/or picnics are permitted on the festival grounds. Beer and wine will be available for sale in the licensed area of the festival. Food will be available in the Vendor’s Villages and at the various licensed restaurants throughout the Stonebridge Town Centre.

DO THEY TAKE CREDIT CARDS IN THE STONEBRIDGE WASAGA BEACH BLUES FESTIVAL AREA?

Cash only at the festival, except at the Merchandise booth, beer tent and select vendors, where credit cards are accepted. ATM Machines are available at the TD Canada Trust at the Stonebridge Town Centre.

HOW LATE DO THE SHOWS GO?

Approximately 11 p.m. Saturday; 8 p.m. on Sunday

SECURITY / POLICING?

For your safety, there is Police and security presence in the festival area.

LOST & FOUND?

Located at the Information booth.

FIRST AID?

Located at the Information booth.

WHEELCHAIR ACCESS AND PROVISIONS?

*The festival area is located on the grass and may be difficult for manouvering a wheelchair. *No wheel chairs or walking assisted equipment is available at the Festival.

SMOKING?

“NO SMOKING” signage will be posted in key areas throughout the Festival grounds, and periodic stage announcements will be made ragarding the smoking restrictions.  Patrons must not smoke in any of the licensed areas.

If the Wasaga Beach Blues festival personnel observe a patron smoking in a prohibited area, that patron will be politely asked by Festival security to cease smoking.  Our aim is to “educated” not “eject”, but if non-compliance persists, security personnel, or if necessary OPP, will be asked to intervene.

Smoke Free Ontario

Town of Wasaga Beach Smoking By-Law