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Sisters Folk Festival Frequently Asked Questions

 

Q: Will I be able to purchase tickets at the gate?
A: We anticipate that tickets will sell out in advance once again and will communicate via email newsletter and social media when ticket quantities start to get low.  

Q: Where do I get my wristband?
A: Patrons can check in at the box office located at the Village Green.

Q: When can I get my wristband?
A: Box office hours are Friday, September 30 from 1:00 to 10:30 PM; Saturday, Oct. 1 from 11 AM to 11:00 PM; and Sunday, Oct. 2 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

Q: Do I need a wristband for my child?
A: Children age 5 and under who don’t need their own seat do not require a festival wristband. Discounted youth wristbands are available for ages 6-17.

Q: Where is parking located?
A: Sisters is a super walkable town and all seven venues are located with a few block radius. There is free parking along all city streets and overflow parking is available at the Sisters School District Building, 525 E. Cascade Ave.

Q: Is there food at the festival?
A: Yes, we have food vendors at the Sisters Art Works and Village Green venues and our partners at Oliver Lemon’s, The Belfry, The Open Door and Depot Sisters will all have food available for purchase at their venues.

Q: Can I bring in my own food?
A: Outside food and non-alcoholic beverages may be brought into the Village Green, Oliver Lemon’s and Sisters Art Works venues but not into the privately owned venues (The Belfry, The Open Door, Sisters Depot and Sisters Saloon).

Q: Is alcohol available at any of the venues?
A: Yes, SFF operates three bars at the Sisters Art Works, Village Green and Oliver Lemon’s venues, selling beer, cider and a selection of wines. The private venues will also be selling their own selection of alcoholic beverages.

Q: Can I bring my dog?
A: Properly trained service animals under the care and supervision of their owners are permitted in the venues, but this does not include emotional support animals, therapy animals, companion animals, or pets. Owners should be able to describe the service that the animal performs and the training it has received; no one will inquire about the nature of an owner’s disability or medical condition. The animal must remain by the handler’s side at all times, harnessed, leashed, or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the animal’s work or the individual’s disability, in which case the animal should be controlled through voice, signal, or other effective methods. Anyone bringing an animal is responsible and liable for any damage or injury caused by the animal, and the owner or someone accompanying the service animal is responsible for bagging and disposing of solid waste.

Q: What if it rains?
A: The show will go on! Our three largest venues are tented. We recommend dressing in layers, ready for a variety of weather events.

Q: Is the event accessible?
A: Yes, all of our venues are accessible. A few of the venues are on grass and the ground may be uneven. We have venue volunteers ready to assist at all 7 venues.

Q: Do I need to bring my own chair?
A: No, chairs will be provided at all seated venues and outside chairs are not permitted.

Q: Are festival posters available for sale?
A: They sure are! Pick one up at the festival merch booth located at the Village Green venue, along with t-shirts, hoodies, koozies, stickers and more.

 

COVID-related Questions:

Q: Will you be requiring proof of vaccination to attend the festival?
A: No.

Q: Will masks be required at the festival?
A: SFF will follow any mask mandates in place at the time of the event. There currently are no mask mandates in effect in the State of Oregon. We recommend that high-risk individuals continue to wear masks, including unvaccinated or immunocompromised individuals or those 65 and older with underlying health conditions. 

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