FAQ

BIRDS OF A FEATHER IS AN ALL-AGES FESTIVAL
Gates open @ 12pm
August 19, 2021            August 22, 2021
 
  Gates close @ 12pm

FAQs

  • Location : Thornhill Farm - 14114 Kenton Station Rd. Morning View, KY 41063

 

  • Gates open Thursday, August 13th @ 12:00pm

  • Re-entry policy - You may come and go as you wish, but you will be subject to ticket and security checkpoints upon re-entry. No ticket, no entry. You will receive a wristband when you present your ticket at the campground or parking entrances. This wristband must be worn at all times during the festival. Lost or stolen wristbands can not be replaced.

  • What is provided:

    • Potable water

    • Security

    • Designated fire areas

    • Portable toilet facilities

    • Food, Beverage and Merchandise Vendors

    • MasterCard and Visa credit cards are accepted on site for admission and most food and beverages

    • Camper trash bags and recycling bags

    • Friendly and helpful staff

    • Parking

    • Camping

  • What not to bring

No weapons of any kind

No fireworks

No firewood.

No illegal substances. We must follow Kentucky laws in all respects. There will be vehicle searches as you enter the festival grounds.

No glass bottles or glass containers. This includes beer bottles.

The sale of alcohol, tobacco and unlicensed food is strictly prohibited

No scooters or personal motor vehicles of any kind (non-motorized bicycles are allowed in the campgrounds)

 

  • If I am staying off site, can I leave and come back?

Yes. As always, you need tickets and will go through security checkpoints. There will be day parking available. Follow the signs as you approach the venue.

  • Will I be camping next to my car?

Car camping is optional.  We will have a designated car camping area for an additional $25.  Just check the option box for car camping  when you purchase your ticket and it will be added to your total.

  • Are dogs allowed?

Dogs are permitted for an additional fee of $40.  If you choose to bring your dog he or she must be kept on a leash in the festival and camping areas at all times.

 

  • What will we be allowed to bring into the campgrounds?

You can bring your own food and beverages into the campground areas. No kegs, barrels or 55-gallon drums. You must be 21 and be able to prove it to drink alcoholic beverages. Illegal materials, fireworks, glass bottles and weapons are not permitted. Small grills for cooking only. Acoustic music is welcome. No electrified music gear in the campgrounds.

  • Are we allowed to bring gas powered generators?

Yes, GENERATORS ARE PERMITTED IN DESIGNATED RV CAMPING AREAS ONLY and only small portable generators 25KW or less are permitted. Loud generators are not permitted.  

  • Will there be any electricity in the camping area?

There will be no electricity available in the camping areas.

  • Can I bring my bicycle?

Yes. Non-motorized bicycles are allowed in the campgrounds, but not in the concert venue. There are numerous bike trails that connect with the campgrounds if you want to take a very pleasant ride.

  • Can I bring firewood?

No. Due to the Ash Beetle problem, outside firewood will not be allowed into the campgrounds.

  • Can I bring my kids? Do they have to pay?

Yes, children are welcome under adult supervision. But please keep in mind that this event is intended for adults. Children under 12 are FREE with a paid adult. Children must be under parental supervision at all times.  Kids 13-16 - $25 for GA.

  • Are there any employment opportunities with the Festival?

No, not at this time.

  • Is this an annual event?

Yes, and we look forward to doing this for many summers to come!