Full schedule TBA:
Thursday – Pre-Party w/ House of Sunsets
Friday – Dirtwire
Saturday – Megan Hamilton
Sunday – Coconut Club poolside party with Peats Beats and friends.
Full lineup TBA, additional announced so far: Tim Norton Project, Band of Gringos, Mitchum Yacoub, MDRN HSTRY, Megan Hamilton, Shakedown String Band, Brad Sweet, Peatsbeats and a late night stage takeover by House of Sunsets with 10 DJ sets.
Location: 18461 Wisecarver Truck Trail Jamul, CA 91935
All GA tickets get you access to the property Friday when gates open at 10am through Sunday evening at 4pm. Music will go until 4pm on Sunday in The Coconut Club.
Purchase Tickets here:
You must purchase a Thursday early arrival pass (one per person required) for access to the pre-party.
Food truck will be available for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Drinks on-site available for purchase.
Yoga workshops, full moon ceremony and other workshops planned for each day.
You must purchase car-camping pass to park on property and camp next to your car. Free parking will be available outside the property but it’s about a 10 minute walk and up-hill. Car-pooling encouraged.
Only 100 tickets will be sold. Social distancing and mask requirements in FAQ on main page, questions email firstname.lastname@example.org
Everything You Need To Know
What is it?
Big festivals aren’t going to happen again for a long time. Digital Detox Micro Festivals are chance to connect again safely in small pods. We want this to be every part of a festival that you know and love, just with less people. It’s chance to listen to live music again, a chance to dance again, a chance to flow again and a chance to be us again…safely!
How many people can attend?
For our October event we’re only allowing 100 people to purchase tickets. This will allow for plenty of room to dance and enjoy the space while also allowing those who want to keep safe social distance to do so easily.
Is there camping available?
Yes! Camping out as a collective is a huge part of the festival experience. We have car-camping available. f you want to bring in a vehicle and camp next to your car you’ll need a car-camping pass.
What about parking?
Parking is available on-site as well as on the road outside the property. We encourage car-pooling as much as possible. To park on-site you’ll need a car-camping pass. If you want to park outside the property it’s about a 5-10 minute walk into the property.
What time is the music?
The music on the main stage will run during the day until 11pm. After 11pm we will move things to a late night stage where the party will take over into the night. The late night stage will be away from camping for those who cherish their sleep.
What should I bring?
If you’re camping, bring all your camping gear for the weekend in with you. Tents, blankets, sun-tan lotion, sleeping bag, toothbrush, costumes food & clothes are a good starting point! Make sure you bring your ticket, either printed out or on your phone so it can be scanned along with your ID. Bring only what you need, we want to leave zero footprint and expect our attendees to bring out what they brought in. We’ll have a bar and food on-site for purchase.
Can I take an Uber / Lyft?
We wouldn’t recommend Uber or Lyft as your primary means of arrival or departure from the festival. The property is along a dirt road and a bit off the beaten path. We suggest planning for another way to get to and leave the property.
Food and Drinks
We’ll have food and drinks available for purchase on site. You’re also allowed to bring your own food however portable grills are not allowed on-site. To make things cheaper you can purchase meal-tickets in advance.
We encourage you to leave your phones in your tent for this event. Let this be a time to disconnect from everything happening in that world and just enjoy what’s happening in front of you.
Showers and Bathrooms
There are showers on-site that are available to use as well as bathrooms with running water.
If you’re sick, stay home!
This is first and foremost. Now isn’t the time to power through it and go to the festival, we’ll work with you to get you into the next one.
Reduced Capacity / Social Distancing
We have a large outdoor space but we will be reducing capacity significantly so that we can all have the personal space we need. We suggest that you remain in the “quarantine groups” that you came with. Intermingling with other groups can be dangerous as asymptomatic spread of the virus can occur.
Lucky for us as festival-goers, we’re all pretty used to wearing masks. Since this is an entire weekend we won’t enforce masks be worn when you’re with your pod and maintaining social distance. Everybody attending this festival is an adult, we will treat you as such and expect that you know when you should and shouldn’t wear a mask. We won’t intervene unless you are making it difficult for somebody else to keep their space.
We will require they be worn at the following times, no exceptions:
- If you’re in lines waiting for food, the bar or bathrooms
- If you’re walking near other people where you can’t maintain 6 feet of distance
- Whenever you’re within 6 feet of other people you didn’t come with.
Masks must be worn when you go to the bathroom. Similar to the set up at restaurants and bars, we expect lines to maintain 6 feet in between patrons while waiting. Please wash your hands after using the restroom.
Handwash stations will be located on the festival property as well as anti-bacterial pumps. We highly encourage hand-washing as much as possible.
Please set up your camp-sites mindfully. NO flame BBQs are allowed on site or candles, it’s fire season. Please allow distance between you and your neighbors.
We’re In This Together!
We know this may seem like a lot but we have a responsibility to each-other. Move slowly, wait your turn at entry/exit points, respect people’s personal space and maintain cleanliness standards for yourself so we can all enjoy responsibly. If anybody is not following the rules that ensure all of our safety you may be removed from the festival – we’ll have zero tolerance for this.
Security from 9th Island Events will be on-site and clearly identifiable. If you ever have issues you can go to them for assistance.
Can I volunteer?
We would love help with set up / clean up as well as a few tasks during the event. Since our capacity is so limited we will require all volunteers to purchase a ticket as well for the first event however we expect this will change in the future and would love to assemble a great core team! After you purchase your ticket please email email@example.com to let us know you’re down to help.
Can I perform?
We’re always looking for performers. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know you’d like to get involved.
Can I sell stuff?
We’re open to having one or two vendors to start. If you would like to sell stuff please email us at email@example.com
Can I Bring Pets?
No sorry, no animals are allowed
Waiver and Release
We’ll have everybody sign a waiver and release form prior to entering. You can find that here: https://www.ssbdfest.com/waiver-and-release/