Tickets for the Fall Shakori Hills GrassRoots Festival will be available on our EVENTS page beginning June 21st at 7am. Before you buy, it’s helpful to read our New Store Guide.
|Ticket Type||EarlyBird 6/21-8/17||Advance 8/18-10/6 til 4pm||Gate|
|Youth (13-15) 4-day||$45||$55||$55|
|Tent Camping (per tent)||$15||$15||$15|
Youth (13-15) Single Day Tickets: available at the ticket booth only. Thursday $14, Friday $19, Saturday $24, Sunday $14. Must be accompanied by a parent (or guardian 18 or older).
Kids 12 and under are free!
We accept Cash, Visa, MC, & Discover. There is an ATM on location. We also accept NC Plenty!
Advance 4-day tickets will also be available by cash or check at the following locations starting February 24th:
Circle City Books (Pittsboro)
The Regulator Bookshop (Durham)
Townsend Bertram & Co (Carrboro)
Children 12 and under not allowed without a parent present. Youth one-day and four-day passes will not be sold to youth without a parent (or guardian 18 or older) present. Although this is a family friendly festival, and kids of all ages are welcome, we cannot be responsible for youngsters here without adult supervision.
Camping Prices and Info
CAMPING POLICIES AND PRICES
Tent camping is $15 per tent. Each tent camping pass is good for a 10×10 tent or smaller, anything larger will need 2 passes. Tent campers note: there will be no tent camping without a pass for the next day, ie if you are camping Friday night, you must also have a Saturday wristband.
Tent campers without vehicle camping passes cannot drive a vehicle into the camp site, but there is a shuttle that runs from the parking lot to the tent camping areas.
Tent camping is on a first come, first serve basis.
A vehicle camping pass (car, camper, RV, van, etc) is $60 in advance and $75 at the gate and includes space for a)1 vehicle and b)one big tent/canopy (larger than 10×10) or 2 small tents. You will receive 2 tent camping passes with your vehicle pass. Tents larger than 10×10 will require 2 passes.
If you are purchasing a vehicle camping pass, you must also have a 4-day festival pass.
Any vehicle over 25 feet will require two vehicle camping passes as space is getting more limited as the festival grows. Any trailer/vehicle combo must have two vehicle camping stickers (ie a sticker for each vehicle). You are welcome to tow your camper to the campgrounds and park other vehicle in our main parking lot if you don’t want to buy two stickers, otherwise, you must pay to park in the campgrounds.
Large vehicle owners also note that RVs and buses 35 feet and over will be limited to the front camping area adjacent to the main parking lot.
Vehicle camping sticker needs to be displayed on each vehicle that is camping. If you are camping with a vehicle and a camper, each of them must have a sticker. If you want to park the vehicle that is towing the camper in the parking lot, you can purchase a 4-day parking pass for it.
Early Camping / Set-Up
We allow people to begin camping or set up camp beginning the Saturday before the festival. There is a $10 early set-up fee. Early Vehicle Camping is $10 per day.
If you plan to set up early or camp early, please pay your fee and pick up your camping passes upon entry to the grounds . Do not set up without receiving a camping pass! You may set up as much as you want, but you cannot rope off extra space to be used later.
Please read more about camping at the festival on the Camping/Visiting Chatham Page
Available at the ticket booth only!
Chatham County Residents – $5 off DAY tickets with proof of residence at the gate.
Senior Citizens (60+) – $5 off DAY tickets
Students $5 off DAY tickets with student ID
Group Rates $5 off each ticket for groups of 10 or more (please contact us for group sales)
In April, anyone with a Piedmont Farm Tour Button will receive up to 2 1-day tickets for half price!
Thursday: 10 a.m. – Midnight
Friday: 9 a.m. – 1 a.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. – Midnight
Sunday: 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Odds and Ends
Shakori Hills is a family festival and it is very important to us that everyone feels comfortable, respected and safe during their stay here. We have a NO PUBLIC DISPLAY OF ALCOHOL POLICY – meaning you must keep your alcoholic beverage in a cup – BOTTLES AND CANS ARE NO LONGER PERMITTED IN THE STAGE AND FESTIVAL AREAS. We will ask you to conceal your alcoholic beverage if displayed. Public intoxication and drug abuse are not acceptable and we reserve the right to (and will) intervene if we believe anyone is acting inappropriate and/or disrespectful. Underage drinking is illegal.
We kindly request that Shakori Hills be treated with respect in all ways. Thanks!
There is plenty of parking at the festival site, right off of Henderson Tanyard Road. Carpoolers park for FREE with four or more occupants! Otherwise, parking is $10 for the whole weekend per vehicle, or $5 per day per vehicle.
Coming & Going
For safety, comfort and the environment please no driving around the festival grounds. If you are using a vehicle camping pass and need to leave the festival grounds we request that you do so between 8 a.m. and noon.
Upper exit will be closed between the hours of 12am and 8am. During these hours PLEASE use the main entrance you came in to exit.
Trash, Recycling & Compost
Please help us reduce our waste by following this simple request — if you bring it with you, take it home! If you need some trash bags, just ask! Please sort glass, aluminum, plastic, cardboard & trash.
Food vendors are using all compostable utensils and paper products this Spring- at the food vendor area there will be compost containers- please sort any trash (plastic, aluminum foil etc.) from your left over food, paper plates, cups and napkins and the utensils from food vendors and COMPOST THEM! We are also encouraging people to bring re-fillable water containers as there will be spigots around the site with deep well drinking water.
Please, no pets!
Try our friends at Companion Camp pet boarding.
3408 Castle Rock Farm Road
Pittsboro, NC 27312
We are sorry, but we are not able to provide refunds. All ticket sales are final. We can no longer transfer tickets to a later festival.