Hey folks, I am trying to go to Clifftop from July 29- Aug. 4. I can't seem to find anywhere to buy tickets for camping with a camper. Is it sold out already? Do you buy the ticket when you get there? Do I need to bring a generator? I've never been, But I'm turning 30 and think it would be a nice birthday present to myself. Is it too late?
One pays at the entrance.Last year it was Fifty bucks for the festival. I got there mid week and stayed till Sunday morning.
I did not see or hear any generators.It seem to me that camping spots are catch as you can.
Originally posted by FractalBreaux
Hey folks, I am trying to go to Clifftop from July 29- Aug. 4. I can't seem to find anywhere to buy tickets for camping with a camper. Is it sold out already? Do you buy the ticket when you get there?
Yes (I don't ever recall that one could buy advanced tickets).
Do I need to bring a generator?
If you wish to. It will limit the areas where you can camp
I've never been, But I'm turning 30 and think it would be a nice birthday present to myself. Is it too late?
No, it's not too late
Cool, thanks! If I bring a camper is there a place to hook up electricity to avoid the noise of a generator? I mainly want to bring some food I can cook, but I'm staying for a while and would hate for my food supply to rot...
I would bring a tent but I'm afraid my Banjo might get soaked and that would be sad.
$2 will buy you ice.
Bring a cooler.
Forget the generator.
Your fellow musicians will love you for it.
Local folks sell excellent produce on-site.
I believe this website will give you all the information you need regarding payment, parking, generators, etc. One parking area is set aside for folks using a generator. You can pay in advance and have a reservation I believe. Friends of mine advise against a tent and the use an RV if you have access to one. Raingear is always a good idea in the mountains. A waterproof sturdy gigbag is also a good idea at any outdoor festival. I have never been to Clifftop and was planning to go this year, but alas family plans came up. But there's always next year . . . Have a great time.
Also: this website is a great resource for festivals. There is an article on the website (you have to search a bit) that gives extensive advice about Clifftop.
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