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With hit songs like All-Star, Walking on the Sun, Then the Morning Comes, and Can’t Get Enough of You Baby, you won’t be able to get enough of Smash Mouth at EclipseFest 23.
Saturday, October 14 @ 6:30 p.m. Purchase tickets here.
The All-Festival Pass gives you access to all four days of festival activities, including the Smash Mouth concert. Daily passes are also available. There are also Concert Only tickets. Should you purchase one of those, you will need to also purchase a Concert Parking Pass if you are driving a vehicle to the concert. We’re also offering a on-site camping spots just a short walk from the stage and festival area. Early Bird Camping is Tuesday through Sunday. General Camping is Thursday through Sunday.
Note: Those with Concert Only tickets will not be allowed entry into the festival before 5 p.m.
An All-Festival Pass to EclipseFest23 gives you general admission to all three days of the festival, including:
– All areas, amenities and activities
– The vendor and artisan area
– Food vendors
– The bar area (21+ only)
– Free parking
– Plus re-entry all weekend long
In the unlikely case that we have to cancel EclipseFest23, we’ll refund your ticket. Although Klamath County is known for its clear skies, we cannot guarantee a clear sky for the day of the eclipse. No other refunds will be issued.
Currently Early Bird pricing is in effect. Ticket and camping prices will go up. This is a common practice for concerts, sporting events and festivals these days.
You’ll need your mobile ticket at check-in. After that, your wristband becomes your ticket, so don’t remove it until the festival ends on Sunday.
Children are welcome! Ages 2 and under are FREE with a ticket-holding adult. Ages 3+ will need a Kids ticket for any day they enter the festival, as well as the concert.
We offer ADA parking with a state-issued license plate or hang tag, as well as ADA bathroom access at the festival. If you require a service animal, please email us in advance at email@example.com and keep in mind that it must stay on a leash.
Yes, and festival parking is free at EclipseFest23 this year. Should you be coming for the Concert only, you will need a Concert Parking Pass. Parking is included in All-Festival Pass and Daily Passes.
You’ll need your digital ticket the first time you enter and your wristband for any time after. You will also need a government-issued ID, driver’s license or passport to enter the bar area to prove you’re over 21 if you want to drink alcohol at the festival.
Yes, you may come and go from the festival with your festival wristband, but will be subject to search with each re-entry.
Yes! Please note that by being at the festival, you consent to your image, voice and/or likeness being used, without compensation, in photos and/or videos being taken by EclipseFest23 and its partners for use in any number of future promotional efforts, which may include websites, social media and other media. You also release EclipseFest23 and its partners, as well as its/their successors and licensees, from any liability of any nature.
You’re welcome to bring folding camping chairs inside the music area of the festival.
No umbrellas or sunshades are allowed. Ponchos are welcome in case it happens to rain.
Yes! If you don’t see it, ask a festival employee or volunteer where to find it. If you realize you’ve lost something after the festival, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll let you know if we found it.
No. Due to being in the forest, there will be no smoking, including vaping allowed in the festival.
Yes. We’ll have trained security guards around the festival and campground.
Definitely! The first aid tent will be clearly marked, and any festival employee or volunteer will be able to point you in the right direction.
Every person, bag and vehicle are subject to search upon arrival at EclipseFest23. If you refuse to be searched, you won’t be allowed to enter the festival and we won’t be able to refund you. This goes for the campground as well.
NO DOGS ARE ALLOWED INSIDE THE MUSIC AREA OR VENDOR AREA OF THE FESTIVAL. HOWEVER, IF YOU’RE STAYING IN A RESERVED CAMPING SPOT ON THE PROPERTY, YOUR DOG IS ALLOWED WITHIN THE CAMPGROUND ONLY, AND MUST BE ON A LEASH AT ALL TIMES. If your dog shows aggressive behavior or is not on a leash, you’ll be asked to leave the festival property. If you require a service animal, please email us in advance at email@example.com and keep in mind that it must stay on a leash.
Sky Lakes Medical Center is located at 2865 Daggett Avenue, Klamath Falls, Oregon. Learn more at skylakes.org
Absolutely. We’ll have a variety of food trucks at EclipseFest23 during the hours of the festival Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, as well as some breakfast options Sunday morning.
Please bring your own water bottles into the festival. You’ll also be able to buy sodas and such from our food trucks, and individuals 21+ will be able to buy and drink alcohol in designated areas.
Yes! But, of course, only for those with a government ID showing that they’re 21+, and only in designated 21+ areas.
There will be vegetarian and gluten-free options in some of our food trucks. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have severe food allergies and would like to bring a snack that suits your needs to the festival.
Food and drink vendors will only accept tokens as payment. Purchase your tokens at our token booths inside the festival. Our merch tent and artisan vendors will accept credit and debit cards. Some may also accept cash, but there are no guarantees.
No, but you’ll find one nearby in Klamath Falls.
Cell phone service can be spotty in the area around Crater Lake National Park depending on your provider, so plan accordingly. No internet service will be provided at the festival, but many cell providers show the festival site as a serviceable area.
No outside food and drinks are allowed inside the festival, but if you reserve one of our limited-availability camping spots on site, you can bring your own food and drinks into that area. If you have severe food allergies and would like to bring a snack that suits your needs to the festival, email us at email@example.com.
We’ll have port-a-potties and wash stations around the property during the festival. But no showers, etc.
Yes. All camping spots have a separate price from your event passes. Camping prices are subject to change, just like ticket prices.
There’s only dry camping at EclipseFest23, with no water, power or sewer hookups in the campground. We’ll have a dumpster on site for depositing your collected trash. Please bring everything you need with you to the campground and pack out everything you pack in. DO NOT attempt to dump onsite.
– Be cool to your camp neighbors.
– Keep it quiet after 10pm.
– Don’t drive over 5mph on the property.
– Fires are not allowed.
– Manage your own trash. Then put it in the dumpster.
– Dogs must be on leash at all times.
– No fireworks or explosives whatsoever.
– No generators—unless you’re in an RV spot, and only between 1am to 10pm.
– No cigarettes
– No illegal substances of any kind.
– No firearms, weapons or other projectile items of any kind, including but not limited to: BB guns, air guns, paintball guns, pellet guns, sling shots, archery, pistols and rifles.
– No excessive noise. A small music speaker is okay, but please respect your neighbors when using it.
– Don’t dump or drain gray or black water anywhere on the property.
No, but we’ll have a dumpster on site for your collected trash.
On-site campers may come and go from their camping spots and the festival with their passes, but will be subject to search with each re-entry.
Yes! Please complete the Vendor Application or Food Vendor Application. (Please have these link to the applications)
Typically it’s in the 60s and 70x during the day and mid-30s at night in Klamath County October.
It sure is! And while no umbrellas are allowed, you can bring a poncho to prepare for the unlikely case of rain.
You can take photos and video with a smartphone or a small point-and-shoot camera. Just not with any sort of professional audio or video recording device, and no detachable lenses, tripods, GoPros, mounts, drones, etc. are allowed.