Frequently asked questions

Where is the Festival Located?

The Festival is Located at 271 Ivy St, Estes Park, Co. Baldwin Park behind Snowy Peaks Winery.

How much does the festival cost?

Visit for ticket pricing and purchase.

Are children welcome?

Yes, however, during COVID please keep in mind that there is no mingling or running around allowed. There are areas of the park just outside the festival grounds where you can move your legs and check out the river.

Is the Festival dog friendly?

We always welcome well-behaved dogs and their owners who clean up after them!

Will there be alcohol available for purchase?

Yes. One of our local non-profits will sell local craft beverages.

Is it allowable to bring in food and alcohol?

You may bring in outside food. No. The state of Colorado prohibits bringing in outside alcohol.

Will there be food for purchase?

Yes! Local food vendors will have a variety of delicious food available.

What about rain?

Expect rain. Bring rain gear. The perfromances will continue unless lightning is within 5 miles. In that case, the event may be delayed until it passes. If the event must discontinue because of a storm, there will be no refunds.

Is this a camping festival?

Unfortunately, there is no camping on-site. There are nearby campgrounds, however. The following campsites have stops made by a local town shuttle service which can take you near the event: NOTE: These properties have quiet time from 10pm - 8am

Is this a picking/jamming festival?

Typicaly, SnowyGrass has been a listening festival. Friday night is an evening concert with an opener. Saturday is a daytime festival followed by an after party with a band nearby. Because the park does not have room for on-site camping, and the sound of the entertainment fills the space, it is usually not practical for picking. However, you are welcome to come Friday afternoon and pick in the grass just outside the festival grounds. NOTE: During COVID, distance should be observed.