Tickets & Packages

General Admission Day Pass

A general admission day pass grants you access to the festival for a single day. These are available for Saturday or Sunday only.

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General Admission Saturday, June 20th and Sunday, June 21st

General Admission 1 Day Pass ($39.50) and 2 Day Pass ($69.50)

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VIP Ticket

VIP Ticket ($129.50 or $199.50) gives - 1 or 2 day ticket - access to VIP area with private bar and concessions - private restrooms - 2 drink tickets (per day) - commemorative tote bag with festival goodies - separate VIP entrance / exit - access to all GA amenities

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VIP Platinum Ticket

VIP Platinum ticket ($229.50 or $299.50) gives - 1 or 2 day ticket - ticket to Friday Night Special Event and Performances (details to follow) - everything VIP ticket offers - access to all GA amenities

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B Ocean Hotel

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Doubletree Bahia Mar

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Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina

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Riverside Hotel

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Directions

From the Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood Airport

If you’re flying into the Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood Airport, get excited. You’re less than 15 minutes from the festival.
Take US 1 North to Broward Blvd (go through Florida's only tunnel)
Make a left on Broward to Andrews Ave
Make a left on Andrews Ave
Make a left on E Las Olas
The park will be on your right, across from the Museum of Art.

Directions from the Miami International Airport

Oh, you’re flying in from Miami, you cultural savant? Well, the festival shouldn’t be too hard to get to either. We estimate about 30 minutes from the heart of Miami and/or the Miami Airport.
To get to 1-95 N, you actually have to hop on 1-95 S towards downtown first, so don’t get confused
Take FL-112 E, then take the 1-95 S Exit towards Downtown
Keep left at the fork; take 1-95 N and merge onto 1-95 Express
Merge onto 1-95 N
Take Exit 27 towards FL-842/Broward Blvd/Downtown
Turn right on W Broward Blvd
Turn right onto S Andrews Ave
Turn left onto E Las Olas Blvd
The park will be on your right, across from the Museum of Art.

Directions from West Palm Beach/anywhere North of Ft. Lauderdale

Take 1-95 S (via the ramp to Miami)
Take Exit 27 towards FL-842/Broward Ave/Downtown (Keep left at fork)
Turn left on W Broward Blvd
Turn right onto S Andrews Ave
Turn left onto E Las Olas Blvd
The park will be on your right, across from the Museum of Art.

Directions from, well, anywhere in the Western part of Florida

Take I-75 S
Continue onto I-595E
Take Exit 10A toward 1-95N/Ft. Lauderdale
Merge onto SW 20th Terrace
Turn right onto W Broward Blvd
Turn right onto S Andrews Ave
Turn left onto E Las Olas Blvd
The park will be on your right, across from the Museum of Art.

Where to Park

There will be plenty of parking options for those driving to the festival, but we do encourage carpooling to save money, gas and, obviously, the environment! Also, there are taxis and other public transportation options like the Sun Trolley in the downtown area if you’re trying to avoid driving/parking.

Airport Shuttle Options & Other Transportation Options:

Sun Trolley — This amazing service provides FREE shuttle service between the Fort Lauderdale airport and downtown Fort Lauderdale, but only operates on Saturdays and Sundays between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. The final departure from downtown to the airport leaves at 4:30. The shuttle will drop you on Las Olas Boulevard downtown, about a half a mile to the festival. (Totally walk-able!)

Check out the Super Shuttle to get cheap, quick, reliable access from the Miami or Fort Lauderdale airport to downtown Fort Lauderdale. (SUPER SHUTTLE DOES NOT PICK UP AT FLL)

There is also a commuter train for those who fly into Miami, known as the Tri-Rail Commuter Train Service. Typically you can get round trip service on the train for as little as $10 and under.

As always, taxis are available at both the Fort Lauderdale and Miami Airport — they just might not be the most cost effective option!

We are partnering with hotels and taxi companies to help get you from your accommodations to the festival.

Parking

There will be plenty of parking options for those driving to the festival, but we do encourage carpooling to save money, gas and, obviously, the environment! Also, there are taxis and other public transportation options like the Sun Trolley in the downtown area if you’re trying to avoid driving/parking.