Admission & Tickets
Prices and where to buy
Ticket Level or Type
4-Day Festival wristband (Until May 31)
4-Day Festival wristband (After May 31)
Student daily admission (At gate; Valid student ID required)
Children 12 and under
July 8-11, 2021
How to Purchase Tickets
- Online ticket sales begin on February 1, 2021
- In Westcliffe at Candy’s Coffee, 103 S 2nd St — Sales begin on May 1st
- 4-day and same day passes available at the gate
All sales are final — No REFUNDS or EXCHANGES
- As a festival attendee, you are required to wear a wristband identifying the day you are attending or identifying that you hold a four-day pass.
- Wristbands must be worn at all times; they can’t be unsealed. Do not cut them off until the festival (or festival day) is over.
- Wristbands that have been cut will not be valid for re-admittance to the festival.
Info, Seating & Parking
- Main Stage: The Bluff and Summit Park overlooks the Wet Mountain Valley and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The Main Stage will be under a large oval tent. Additional tents will house the “beer garden”, merchandise sales (performer CDs and t-shirts) and space for additional seating.
- Workshops: The Workshop Stage will be placed in the banquet room at Cliff Lanes, across the street from the Festival site.
- Food Vendors: A number of food vendors line parallel to the closed portion of S Adams Blvd.
- Restrooms: Portable restrooms and hand-washing stations will be placed on the south side of the Park and in the camping areas.
Day parking is available at no charge on the festival grounds. Enter at the west end of Main Street. Parking attendants will direct you to a parking place. If no attendant is on duty, follow signs to a designated parking area.
We have developed these guidelines because our tent space is limited, we want to be fair to all patrons and we want all patrons to have a safe and enjoyable experience. Thank you for your cooperation!
- Out of consideration for the performers and other patrons in the tent, please do not engage in conversations that might be distracting.
- Please silence mobile phones when inside the tent.
What to Bring
Be Prepared & Know the Rules
- Weather in these parts in mid-July is normally quite warm during the day and cool at night. Plan on highs around 80 and lows of 45-55.
- Westcliffe is located at an altitude of 7,888 feet so the effect of the sun in our thinner air can be intense. Please bring protective clothing and sunscreen.
- In the summer, afternoon thunderstorms are always possible and it can get quite windy here, so it’s a good idea for you to have rain gear and warmer clothing at hand if needed.
Rules & Restrictions
- No coolers may be brought into the performance areas.
- No glass containers can be brought into the performance areas.
- Smoking and vaping are not allowed inside the performance area. (A smoking area just outside will be established depending on whether fire restrictions are in effect.)
- NO FIREWORKS ARE ALLOWED UNDER ANY CONDITIONS!
- NO PETS ARE ALLOWED IN THE PERFORMANCE AREA EXCEPT SERVICE ANIMALS. This rule is strictly enforced. More on pet guidelines below.
- Pets will be allowed in a designated section of the camping area only and a surcharge of $10 for each pet will be levied upon arrival.
- Pet camping options have been expanded to include lots “B” and “E.” Please let our camp hosts know about your pets as you register at the camping entrance.
- Pets must be kept on a leash at all times. Owners must clean up after their pets or will be asked to leave with no refund. Owners of loud or threatening pets will be asked to leave with no refund. Owners are solely responsible for their pets. Pets are not allowed in areas other than the camping area designated for pets.
- NO PETS ARE ALLOWED IN THE PERFORMANCE AREA EXCEPT SERVICE ANIMALS. If you need to board your animal, here are local suggestions: High Peaks Animal Hospital in Silver Cliff or Eight Mile Ranch Kennel near Canon City or KLB Kennel in Penrose.
- Emotional Support Animal (ESA) Policy. High Mountain Hay Fever Festival Association (HMHF) is happy to allow emotional support animals (ESA) on festival grounds. In an effort to ensure optimum safety for you, your animal, and all our patrons we require owners of an ESA to present three fully completed forms to an HMHF representative upon arrival at the festival gate for each day of attendance. All animals must be trained to behave appropriately in a public setting. Owners of emotional support animals will be asked to confirm the following upon arrival at the festival gate for each day of attendance.
- The required forms include (1) Veterinary Health form completed by your veterinarian. (2) Mental Health Professional Form completed by your mental health professional or a medical physician. (3) Animal Behavior and Responsibility Form completed by the ESA owner. These forms may be downloaded below.