Date & Location

The 2023 edition of Bass Coast Festival takes place July 7-10, in Merritt, British Columbia, Canada. General admission begins July 7. If you wish to arrive on July 6, a Thursday entry ticket must be purchased before the event. If you wish to arrive on July 5, a Wednesday + Thursday combined pass must be purchased before the event.  

Get detailed directions HERE.

The music ends at 8am on Monday July 10. We ask all guests to leave the festival site on Monday July 10. Please ensure that your driver is well rested for the departure. 

 

 

 

What Is Bass Coast?

BASS COAST FESTIVAL is a thoughtfully curated boutique music and art festival.  

Bass Coast features an eclectic offering of emerging and established electronic music, art, ideas and technology. Nestled in the natural beauty of British Columbia’s Nicola Valley, Bass Coast’s intimate size and setting puts you close to the action: 120+ international and local artists, immersive audio-visual environments with world class sound design by PK Sound, illuminating workshops and 50+ original art installations. Attendees camp on site for the duration of the festival. 

 

 

 

Bass Shuttle 2022 (2023 TBD)

Looking for a ride to Bass Coast? Introducing the Bass Shuttle Program, a safe, affordable, and sustainable transportation service to Bass Coast. For full details visit: https://basscoast.ca/pages/bass-shuttle-program

What is the Bass Shuttle?

 

The Bass Shuttle is a roundtrip chartered bus service to transport guests to Bass Coast.

Serviced Locations for 2022:

  • Vancouver

    No Bass Shuttle coming to your city? Let us know where you would like to see more routes added in future.

     

    Why choose the Bass Shuttle?

    • Skip the line! Bass Shuttle passengers are fast-tracked at the gate.
    • It’s an environmentally sustainable way to travel to and from the festival.
    • It’s safe - kick back and relax. Leave driving to the professionals.
    • It’s a great way to meet people and make friends on your way to Bass Coast.
    • DETAILS: Vancouver - Olympic Village Skytrain Station

      COVID-19 Information

      Bass Coast Festival will continue to operate in accordance with provincial and local health guidelines and recommendations. The government of British Columbia’s current response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic can be viewed here

      Please Don't

      THIS IS IMPORTANT:

      - Don't camp on the road before gates open. Those obstructing local traffic will be forced to move and lose their position in the queue.

      - Don't leave any waste on site. This is a leave no trace event. Pack it in and pack it out.

      - Don't expect to buy a Thursday entry pass at the gate. Thursday entry tickets are available in advance sales only.

      Don't start a fire. BBQ’s and Camp stoves are allowed, but no open flames and no propane fire pits. Fire spinning is not permitted at Bass Coast. 

      - Don’t go into restricted areas, closed bridges, or private property next to the festival. 
      - Don't obstruct the flow of the Coldwater River. It's a natural salmon spawning area.

      - Don’t dump waste water on grounds. Please only dump in water drains - shower drains.

      - Don’t use the river for personal washing.

      - Don’t bring radio’s or walkie-talkies that may interfere with production / first aid communications on site.  

       

      DON'T BRING ANY OF THESE PROHIBITED ITEMS ON SITE:

      - Glass (especially bottles & mirrors)

      - Alcohol (drinks will be available at our on site bars)

      - Illegal substances

      - Laser pointers

      - Unauthorized/unlicensed vendors

      - Fireworks or Flares

      - Fire dancing equipment

      - Weapons

      - Speakers and sound systems (no renegade stages please)

      - Animals (service animals must be registered at the gate)

      - Aerial drones

      - Unauthorized solicitations (handbills, sampling, giveaways, etc.)

      - Body glitter / feathers that may fall on the ground (if you must use glitter, only use biodegradable glitter)

      - War bonnet style headdresses. Learn why HERE.

      - Any items that are culturally inappropriate. General Rule: If the item or look in question is traditionally used by a community or culture other than your own to express religious beliefs, political statements, or respected status within that culture, leave it alone.

       

       

      Accessibility

      Bass Coast Accessibility 

      AMENITIES 

      Washrooms: 6 accessible bathroom(s) are located on site. Please see map. Bathrooms are all genders.

       

      GROUNDS & SEATING 

      Terrain: The festival grounds are flat grassy fields, gravel roads, and dirt pathways. All the stages, workshop areas, bars, and first aid are accessible by wheelchair, however it is bumpy in places. There are new gravel roads in the forest as part of the flood remediation.

      Seating: There is limited seating located throughout the downtown festival site, at stages, and at various art installations. 

      Stages: All stages are accessible for mobility devices.

      There are accessible stage viewing platforms available at Main Stage and Slay Bay Stage. 

      The Brain is seated. Attendees with accessibility needs can be accommodated at the front

      Bars: All bars are accessible for mobility devices except for The Sky Bar which is only accessible by 2 stories of stairs.

       

      MOBILITY DEVICES  

      We encourage all guests with mobility disabilities to utilize personal forms of transportation, including wheelchairs and scooters. If you need to recharge your motorized wheelchair, you may do so at the Accessibility Camping area. Patrons should bring all cords and accessories needed to charge their devices. Chargers must use a 110-volt, 20 amp circuit. Please register via the Accessibility form if you require power.

       

      ACCESSIBLE CAMPING & PARKING  

      ENTRANCE: Please enter via A Gate, you will be issued a parking pass and the parking team will direct you to the reserved Accessible Camping area. 

      ACCESSIBLE CAMPING: Available for those with limited mobility. The accessible camping area has power for battery charging and a wheelchair-accessible porta-potty. Accessible camping is on the festival side of the river and is located near the Cantina stage in the main festival field. 

      Please fill out the Accessibility form to book an accessible campsite by June 30. 

       

      SERVICE ANIMALS

      All service animals must meet the criteria listed below and register in advance by emailing and filling out the Accessibility form.

      Guide and service dogs (certified by the BC Registrar's office) are welcome on site and must be registered in advance. They should have legally required up to date vaccinations (documentation may be requested).   

      Companion, emotional support, or therapy animals are not permitted. 

      Only certified guide and service dogs that are under proper care of their owners will be granted accreditation. The service animal must remain leashed or harnessed by their handler's side at all times. If a harness or leash impede the service animal’s work, the owner must be able to control the service animal through other methods.

      It is recommended appropriate animal protective gear (ear, foot, and/or eye protection) is worn during the event, as long as it does not impede the guide or service dog's work. High decibel levels near or at stages may cause permanent hearing damage to the animal.

      Please be mindful of animal waste and dispose of it in refuse areas. 

      Individuals with a guide or service dog are responsible for and liable for any injury or damage caused by the animal. 

       

      PAYMENT SYSTEMS

      All Bass Coast Bars, ICE, Showers, & The General Store are now CASHLESS. Accepted payment methods include Interac Debit Cards, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, JCB, Discover, Apple Pay and Google Pay. Independent food and artisan vendors will continue to accept cash or card.

       

      To register for accessible camping or register a guide or service dog, please fill out this Accessibility form by June 30.

      I haven’t received my ticket.

      If you haven't received your ticket via email, please check your junk mail for an email coming from Bass Coast Festival tickets@tickit.ca  You can request that your ticket is re-sent here: basscoast.tickit.ca/resend 

       

      For all other ticketing questions, please contact customer service at  https://basscoast.tickit.ca/help

       
       
       
       

      I purchased a ticket in 2020. What happened to it?

      When the festival was initially postponed in 2020, all tickets were re-allocated over three years as part of the Covid-19 Ticketing Response. In May 2021, Bass Coast Festival was postponed for a second time and all outstanding tickets were deferred by one additional year. At this time, you received an email confirming the assigned year of your ticket.

       

      To find out what year your ticket was moved to, please follow this link: basscoast.tickit.ca/resend 

       

      For all other ticketing questions, please contact customer service at  https://basscoast.tickit.ca/help

      Buy/Sell Tickets: How do I transfer an existing ticket?

      BEWARE OF UNAUTHORIZED TICKET SELLERS. If you purchase a ticket from a third party, Bass Coast Project Ltd. will not guarantee that the ticket is valid and you may be denied entry to Bass Coast Festival.

      If you are considering buying a ticket from someone, or if someone is transferring you a ticket, please visit basscoast.tickit.ca/transfers to verify its authenticity.  Many buyers and sellers connect on the Bass Coast Ticket Exchange.

      For all other ticketing questions, please contact customer service at  https://basscoast.tickit.ca/help





      COVID-19: What are the current vaccination requirements?

      Bass Coast Festival will continue to operate in accordance with provincial and local health guidelines and recommendations. The government of British Columbia’s current response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic can be viewed here.  

      Bass Coast Festival tickets are non-refundable. By purchasing a Bass Coast Festival ticket, you are agreeing to our terms and conditions. In the event Bass Coast Festival 2022 cannot take place, all valid tickets will be moved forward one year.

      I am not vaccinated, can I get a refund?

      Bass Coast Festival will continue to operate in accordance with provincial and local health guidelines and recommendations. The government of British Columbia’s current response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic can be viewed here

      Bass Coast has a strict no refund policy that has been in place since 2009. Your ticket maintains its value and you could sell it by posting in the Bass Coast Ticket Exchange group on Facebook.  Use the secure ticket exchange to transfer the ticket. https://basscoast.tickit.ca/transfers

      Tickets re-sell in the weeks leading up to the festival.  We feel your tickets will retain their value and we hope you can find a buyer in the lead up to our next event.  https://basscoast.tickit.ca/terms

      To connect with buyers and sellers please go to our Bass Coast Ticket Exchange Facebook page: CLICK HERE

      How does the payment plan work?

      Payment plans allow you to pay off the total of your purchase over 3 months. 

      3 Payment Plan  Available until April 30, 2023. Pay 1/3+ fees now with equal payments over the next two months. 

       

      Installments come out of your account every 30 days, starting on the purchase date. Payment plans can be applied to any purchase. Minimum purchase amount is $369.  

       

      All purchases and partial purchases are NON REFUNDABLE. All fees are added to the first installment. Tax is split equally over your installments.

       

      If a payment is missed, you will be notified immediately by email. The system will automatically try the transaction again each day until it goes through. If you have not caught up with your payments by June 30, 2023, your order will be canceled. You can access payment status, update credit card info, and make early payments on your download page, which is accessed from your order confirmation page which was sent to you with your email receipt  from TICKIT.CA. If you cannot find your email receipt please visit: basscoast.tickit.ca/resend.  

       

      All purchases are non-refundable, no exceptions. The tax is split over 3 installments. If a payment is missed, you will be notified immediately by email. The system will automatically try the transaction again each day until it goes through. If payments have not been caught up by June 30th, your order will be canceled and the deposit will not be refunded. You can access payment status, update credit card info, and make early payments on your download page. Check your email receipt from TICKIT.CA for the link to your personal download page. If you cannot find your email receipt go here: basscoast.tickit.ca/resend. All purchases are non-refundable, no exceptions.

      Can I leave a ticket at Will Call?

      If you wish to leave a ticket at the gate for a friend, you can do so for a $20 Will Call fee.

      Respecting The Land

      Bass Coast Festival is a LEAVE NO TRACE event.

      Attendees are responsible for keeping their campsites clean and packing out all waste at the end of the event. Please keep this in mind as you prepare for the event. Buy quality camping equipment that will last and remove packaging from equipment and food before you come on site.

       

      Please read more about our Sustainability Educational Series.
       
       
       
       

      Campgrounds

      FESTIVAL CAMPING

      Part of the fun of Bass Coast Festival is camping on site. Your festival ticket includes access to spacious camping areas in Campgrounds B + C. Most attendees camp in tents. In most areas you can camp with your vehicle and RVs are permitted, however, there are no RV hookups on site. Free potable water is available at multiple locations, so make sure you bring refillable containers.

      Please be fair when planning your campsite and reasonable with your spacing. Saving space for joiners is allowed, however should be done within reason. 

      RESERVED CAMPSITES WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE JUNE 14 10 PDT

      Book a reserved campsite and plan to camp with your friends. The best part about reserving a campsite is that you will know where to go and you’ll have guaranteed space for your group. Learn more about the two options for reserved campsites below:

      Premium Reserved Campsites: are located in Campground A.  The premium sites are a numbered selection of riverfront or shaded sites with easy access to the festival and ample room for you to camp with friends.  Know where you’ll go - all of the premium sites are numbered and you can select the specific spot you’d like to book. 
      Cost: $500 per site. All sites are 18 x 40 feet. Suggest up to 8 people.

      EZ Reserved Campsites: are located in the centre of Campground A & in the stunning new Ventura campground.  Ventura is located on the south end of the festival grounds and a short walk to the main concert site. EZ Reserved sites are a lower price option. These sites are not numbered but they are limited so you are guaranteed a site in the campground you select. Camp with your friends and know you’ll have space for everyone. There are two sizes of sites:
      Cost: $250 for Regular site: 18 x 42 feet - Suggested up to 8 people per site (2 steering wheels and 2-4 tents). All vehicles must fit on the site.

      Cost: $250 for XL site: 18 x 55 feet -  -  Suggested up to 12 people per site (3 steering wheels and 3-5 tents). All vehicles must fit on the site.

       NOTE: All patrons must purchase a General Admission ticket. General Admission Tickets are not included in the Reserved Campsite price.

      Details:

      Directions: Access to Campground A and Ventura is via Neilson Rd. Check in at A Gate.

      Access to Campground B and C is via Midday Valley Road. Check in at Main Gate.

      Vehicles and Tents: We suggest limiting to two vehicles per site & 2 - 4 tents.  Please stay within your marked area.

      Regular Size site: 18 x 42 feet - Suggested up to 8 people per site (2 steering wheels and 2-4 tents). All vehicles must fit on the site.

      XL site: 18 x 55 feet -  Suggested up to 12 people per site (3 steering wheels and 3-5 tents). All vehicles must fit on the site.

      Public River Access: There are multiple public river access points in Campground A to allow everyone access to the river.

      Wednesday or Thursday Entry: Reserved Campsites are open beginning Wednesday, July 12PM PT. Anyone accessing the Reserved Campsite on Wednesday or Thursday must have a General Admission ticket and the appropriate early entry ticket(s).

      Details: The first person to arrive must have the Reserved Site ticket in their name.  We offer a ticket transfer option so that you can plan accordingly.  PLEASE NOTE: If you have not purchased one of the select reserved campsites, there are 1000's of other camping spots for your tents or RV's on the property, these are first come first served... everyone will be able to fit on to the property, we limit our capacity to ensure this.

      Gate Hours 2022. (2023 TBD)

      Main Gate: Entry for General Admission with access to Campsites B and C. Main Gate is on the West side of the property.
      A Gate: Entry for Accessible Camping, Bell Tents, BC Glamping, Reserved Campsites, & Volunteers. A Gate is on the east side of property.
      Staff Gate: Check-in Crew, Volunteers, Artists, Vendors, and Media. Drive past the A Gate and check in at the Enter at Staff Gate on the east side of the property.
      Wed July 6
      Main Gate  12pm-10pm 
      A Gate  12pm-10pm
      Staff Gate  9am-12am
      Thurs July 7
      Main Gate  9am-10pm 
      A Gate  9am-10pm
      Staff Gate  9am-12am
      Fri July 8
      Main Gate  9am-1am 
      A Gate  9am-1am
      Staff Gate  9am-1am
      Sat July 9
      Main Gate  9am-6pm 
      A Gate  9am-6pm
      Staff Gate  9am-1am
      Sun July 10
      Main Gate  9am-6pm 
      A Gate  CLOSED
      Staff Gate  9am-9pm
      TICKET INFO:
      Wed Entry:  A Wed & Thurs Entry ticket + a General Admission Ticket is required
      Thurs Entry: A Thurs Entry + a General Admission Ticket is required
      Fri-Mon: General Admission Ticket is required.

      GLAMPING

      BELL TENTS

      Enjoy convenience and comfort by reserving a bell tent that is prepared with comfortable bedding.  The bell tents are located close to the festival grounds a short walk from all the action. All tent rentals must have a General Admission 2022 ticket. General Admission tickets are not included in the Tent rental price.

      Find the available Bell Tent size options here. Entry for Bell Tents in A GATE.

      Parking is available close to the Bell Tent Glamping area for one vehicle per Bell tent. Our Glamping team will be in contact with the Tent purchaser for arrival and bedding details in early May 2022.

       

      Driving

      See our detailed directions page.

      Ride Share

      Join the Bass Coast Ride Share page on Facebook and communicate with other travellers as they make their plans. Request to join the page HERE.

       

       

       

       

      Bus

      Major travel routes pass through the City of Merritt. As of 2019 Greyhound will no longer be offering bus service to the Province of BC.

      Ebus now offers service to Merritt, stopping at the Wagon West Travel Plaza, located at 3999 Airport Road. 

      The bus stop is about a 12 minute cab ride from the Bass Coast Festival site. Find directions to Main Gate HERE.

      Flying

      If you're travelling from another country, Kelowna International Airport (YLW) is the nearest international airport to the festival site.

      The closest regional airport is Kamloops Airport (YKA).

      Find travel directions to Bass Coast Festival from Kelowna or Kamloops HERE.

       

       

       

       

      Entering the Gate

      Our gate staff work hard to keep everyone safe. Be patient and courteous with our staff. Abuse of any kind will result in you not getting into the festival. 

      Bring your ID. Government issued ID is required through the gate as Bass Coast is a 19+ event.

      Bring your print-at-home ticket already printed out.

      Check out the gate hours and arrive on time. There will be no entry after the gate is closed.

      Your vehicle and belongings are subject to search, so be prepared to open up everything for our security staff including luggage, coolers, RVs, etc.  

       

       

       

       

      Camping Essentials

      The following items are essential for getting the most out of your Bass Coast Festival experience:

      -Tent

      -Sleeping bag and blankets

      -Solid footwear

      -Flashlight

      -Warm clothing

      -Refillable water containers

      See our First Timer's Guide for more tips on what to bring. 

       

       

       

       

      Banned Items

      The following items are banned at the festival and will be confiscated by security:

      - Glass (especially bottles & mirrors)

      - Alcohol (drinks will be available at our on site bars)

      - Illegal substances

      CSA approved fire pits

      - Laser pointers

      - Unauthorized/unlicensed vendors

      - Fireworks or Flares- Fire dancing equipment

      - Weapons - Speakers and sound systems (no renegade stages please)

      - Animals (service animals must be registered at the gate)

      - Aerial drones

      - Laser pointers

      - Glitter (even biodegradable glitter - undetectable by Green Team)

      - Unauthorized solicitations (handbills, sampling, giveaways, etc.)

      - War bonnet style headdresses. Learn why HERE.

      - Drones are not permitted on or in the air above the festival site.

      Any items that are culturally inappropriate: General Rule: If the item or look in question is traditionally used by a community or culture other than your own to express religious beliefs, political statements, or respected status within that culture, leave it alone. 

       

       

       

      Lost & Found

      The most common items misplaced at Bass Coast every year are car keys, ear plugs, phones, hats, scarves and water bottles/ drink containers. 

      To avoid losing your belongings, please secure your possessions on you by using carabiners, back packs, or hip packs. Please do not bring valuable or sentimental items to Bass Coast unless you are confident you wont lose them.

      Bass Coast Lost and Found station will be located at the General Store onsite. You can drop off found items there, or ask if your lost item has been handed in. 

      For any items Found or Lost, please email basscoastlostandfound@gmail.com, and one of our team members will get in touch with you if we have found your item.

      Can I buy a day pass?

      Bass Coast Festival DOES NOT SELL single day passes. There are no Sunday tickets.

      Please plan accordingly.

       

       

       

       

      19+

      BASS COAST FESTIVAL IS A 19+ EVENT.

      All attendees must have valid government issued photo ID to enter. 19 is the age of majority in British Columbia, Canada. Regardless of the laws in your home province or state, you must be at least 19 years of age to attend this event. NO EXCEPTIONS. If your 19th birthday occurs during Bass Coast Festival you may arrive on the day of your birthday.



       

       

       

      Bar Service

      Enjoy full bar service at Bass Coast Festival. Our licensed bars carry a wide selection of premium beers, ciders and spirits. Alcohol can only be purchased and consumed in licensed areas. 


      VEHICLES WILL BE SEARCHED upon entry to the festival site for alcohol and other banned items.

       

       

       

       

      How do I apply to Volunteer?

      Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Bass Coast.

      Bass Coast prides itself in being an inclusive gathering that brings together people from diverse backgrounds and inspires participation and creativity. Volunteering is an opportunity to foster connections, learn new skills and be a valuable part of a creative community. We are excited to collaborate with you.

      Volunteers receive the following benefits:

      • Entry to the festival
      • Early Entry
      • A commemorative t-shirt
      • One dinner on the day of each shift worked plus snacks and refreshments

      Please visit https://basscoast.ca/pages/volunteer-application for more information.

      How do I apply to DJ?

      Music applications will return in 2023. Thank you for your interest.

      We will not be able to respond to individual music interest emails due to the number of inquiries. Please check out socials for information about application dates.

      Re-entry

      We strongly encourage you to stay with us on site for the entire event.

      In an effort to keep vehicle traffic on site to a minimum, A RE-ENTRY FEE OF $20 per person is in effect.

       

       

       

      Vehicle Searches

      ALL VEHICLES ENTERING THE FESTIVAL SITE ARE SEARCHED for alcohol, illegal substances, animals, glass bottles and mirrors and other banned items.

       

      Do not bring any of these prohibited things on site:

      - Glass (especially bottles & mirrors)
      - Alcohol (drinks will be available at our on site bars)
      - Illegal substances
      - Laser pointers
      - Unauthorized/unlicensed vendors
      - Fireworks or Flares
      - Fire dancing equipment
      - Weapons
      - Speakers and sound systems (no renegade stages please)
      - Animals (service animals must be registered at the gate)
      - Aerial drones
      - Laser pointers
      - Unauthorized solicitations (handbills, sampling, giveaways, etc.)
      - Drones are not permitted on or in the air above the festival site.
      - Body glitter / feathers that may fall on the ground (if you must use glitter, only use biodegradable glitter)
      - War bonnet style headdresses. Learn why HERE.
      - Any items that are culturally inappropriate: General Rule: If the item or look in question is traditionally used by a community or culture other than your own to express religious beliefs, political statements, or respected status within that culture, leave it alone.

       

       

      Directions

      See our detailed directions page.

       

       

       

       

      Wednesday & Thursday Entry

      A WEDNESDAY + THURSDAY COMBINED PASS grants General Admission ticket holders access to the camping areas starting 12pm on Wednesday, July 5th, 2023. Secure your spot early and get settled in.  In order to enter the Main Gate on Wednesday you must have a General Admission ticket and a Wednesday + Thursday Combined Pass.

      Important to note:

      • There is no programming or entertainment on Wednesday.
      • There is no access to Cabins or Glamping areas until Thursday.
      • The Main Festival Grounds, Main Stage Field, Cantina, & Food Vending open Thursday at 9am.
      • The Forest opens Friday at 10am.
      • The Wednesday + Thursday Combined Pass is valid for entry on Wednesday, July 5 2023. Gates open at 12pm - 10pm

      See full terms and conditions  https://basscoast.tickit.ca/terms

       

      THURSDAY ENTRY grants General Admission ticket holders access to the camping areas as well as limited access to the festival grounds starting at 9AM on Thursday, July 6th, 2023. In order to gain Thursday Entry, you must have a General Admission ticket and a Thursday Entry ticket. 

      • Thursday Entry grants access to the main festival field, The Cantina Stage, The Movement Studio, The Brain, General Store, Ice Store and select Food Vendors. The Forest Stages and Forest area will remain closed until Friday, July 7, 2023 at 10am.
      • Glamping and Cabins ticket holders have access to purchase Thursday Entry tickets. 
      • Thursday Entry Tickets tickets are valid for entry Thursday, July 6 2023 at 9am

      See full terms and conditions https://basscoast.tickit.ca/terms 

      Conduct

      Bass Coast is a safe space for everyone. All attendees are responsible for maintaining a culture of mutual respect and taking care of one another. If someone is unwell, help them get access to medical services. If someone is acting recklessly or harassing others, inform a member of the security team.

      You can read Bass Coast’s Code of Conduct HERE.

       

       

       

      Harm Reduction

      In accordance with Canadian law, Bass Coast Festival is a drug-free event. However we realize, regardless of the law, our Harm Reduction plan and gate policies, and the inherent dangers of illicit drug use, some may still choose to use these substances.

      With this in mind, we have a proactive approach to Harm Reduction. Our goal is to empower our peers to positively influence their own health and safety by providing some tools and information regarding harm reduction, and will do so leading up to and throughout Bass Coast Festival through education for and communication to our community around safer partying.

      You can learn more about Bass Coast’s Harm Reduction Policy and Harm Reduction Education here.

       

       

       

      First Aid

      Bass Coast Festival takes the health and wellbeing of our patrons very seriously. BCP tries to continually raise the bar and learn from past events on how to provide the safest possible environment for our guests.

      There is one main First Aid tent located behind Main Stage. The First Aid outpost is located on the road behind Main Stage. We have locations in each campground (marked with a pink first aid sign on the map) that you can visit 24 hours for any questions or emergencies.

       

       

       

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