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Inverness Country Jam FAQ’s

TICKET FAQ

What types of tickets are there?

General Admission – 3 day pass – Bring your own chair friends. Be sure to read the festival chair policy though.

Reserved Seating – 3 day pass – We’ve got your seat and it’s yours for the entire festival.

Platinum Reserved Seating – 3 day pass – Not only do we have a seat for you friends, but it’s closer to the action, includes parking and access to air conditioned restrooms, an exclusive VIP Lounge, and a VIP Bar and Restaurant. Wow!

Platinum VIP Box Seating for 4 or 6 – 3 day pass – This is the ultimate experience. Your box includes upscale patio furniture, a table, in-seat food and beverage service, premium parking as well as air-conditioned restrooms, an exclusive VIP Lounge, and a VIP Bar and Restaurant.  Need we say more?

Pit Pass – 3 day pass – For those that want to get UP CLOSE and party like a rock star! No seats allowed up here but not only are you the closest you can possibly get, you have access to the air-conditioned restrooms, the exclusive VIP Lounge, and the VIP Bar and Restaurant. WHAT ?!

 

How do I gain entry to the festival and if I leave, how do I get back in?

Your ticket will be exchanged for a wristband upon arrival. WRISTBANDS ARE NOT TO BE REMOVED!  If a wristband is removed prior to the end of the festival, that individual will not be allowed re-entry. Wristbands must stay on at all times during the entirety of the festival weekend. NO entry will be given to someone with a wristband that has been cut or tampered with. Wristbands are not transferable. Do not lose your wristband people! 

 

What happens if my wristband is irreparably damaged or lost?

Nothing good. If you can produce the damaged wristband, it will be replaced for a $25 replacement fee –  and wouldn’t you rather spend that $25 on something else?

 

Do you have to buy tickets for each day of the festival?

No, all reserved tickets are for all three days. General admission tickets are for all 3 days unless specified as a day pass only.

 

 

Ticketing questions? Send us an email to tickets@invernesscountryjam.com

CAMPING FAQ

Stay close to the music!

The Inverness Country Jam official campsite is just steps away from the festival entrance!

Bring your trailer and your peeps and reserve your temporary home!  Limited campsites are available as 

20’ x 30’, 20 x 35’ and 20’ x 45’. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED.

Campers have the ability to enter and exit the campsite anytime and can enter and exit the festival at any time when gates are open.

A Campsite Host will be on site during festival hours and overnight security will be provided.

Don’t miss out!

 What type of camping is available?

RV Camping is the only type of camping permitted. In case you need some clarification people, RV camping is considered anything with wheels (fifth-wheels, motor homes, camper-vans, travel-trailers, truck campers, tent-trailers). Tent only camping is not permitted. There are 3 sizes of campsites available, and when they’re gone, they’re gone.

20’ x 25’
20’ x 30’
20’ x 45’ (only 3 available)

 

Where is the camping site located

The Inverness Country Jam official campsite is just steps away from the festival entrance! Campers have the ability to enter and exit the campsite anytime and can enter and exit the festival at any time when gates are open.

A Campsite Host will be on site during festival hours and overnight security will be provided.

 

How many sites are there? 

Limited campsites are available as 20’ x 30’, 20 x 35’ and 20’ x 45’. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. Only 50 sites total so make sure you reserve yours today by going to tickets and picking from the Add Ons Section! 

 

What are the camping NO NO’s?

  • NO FIREWORKS, CAMP FIRES, OPEN FLAME FIRES OR OPEN FLAME CANDLES WILL BE ALLOWED. This includes charcoal or pellet grills, and other open flame devices. Propane stoves, grills and barbeques with shut-off valves are permitted. ANY UNATTENDED BURNING DEVICE WILL BE TURNED OFF BY FESTIVAL MANAGEMENT. Festival Management reserves the right to prohibit use of open flame devices when left unattended.
  • Extra vehicles are permitted in the campsite if they fit within your site perimeter.
  • All roads (pathways) in the campsite are classified as fire-access roads and cannot be blocked. Vehicles or any other property blocking the roads / pathways will be removed by Festival Management at the owner’s expense.
  • We discourage you from bringing pets along as NO PETS will be allowed into the festival site.

 

Anything else I need to know?

  • PROTECT YOUR BELONGINGS and lock-up all valuables including coolers, grills, bicycles, generators, etc. when leaving them unattended and overnight. The Inverness Country Jam, Pro Tours Event Management and the City of Inverness are not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged personal property of any kind.
  • Please be considerate of your neighbors when using generators so as not to disturb or asphyxiate them.
  • Patrons who behave in a way that could be considered obscene, indecent, lewd, racially offensive, suggestive, harassing, threatening, objectionable or unlawful shall be subject to loss of festival tickets, removal from all festival properties and punishable to the full extent of the law.

 

Are there any amenities?

This is not “glamping” friends. This is PRIMITIVE camping. There are no hook-ups (power or water) available.

 

When is check-in and check-out time?

  • Check-in time begins Friday, October 28 before the gates open, after 9:00 a.m. Please do not arrive before 9:00 a.m. Once you are parked in the camp site, you will not be allowed to move RV’s.
  • Check out time is no later than Monday, October 31 at 10:00 a.m. Please leave your site as clean as when you arrived.

 

How do I get my passes?

Your campsite attendant will, upon presentation of your receipt  (printed or in digital format) provide you with a camping pass which must be visible at all times while in the campsite. The campsite fee includes your RV and your transportation vehicle. If your transportation vehicle does not fit within the boundaries of your camping space, you will park said vehicle in the parking space provided with your festival ticket purchase. No extra vehicles are permitted in the campsite. 

 

 

SPONSOR FAQ

Want to be a sponsor and have your company name splashed all over this event?

Inquire at https://fs6.formsite.com/GJ4yWg/i7ixemtbkt/index.html

VENDOR FAQ

How do I become a vendor?

The Inverness Country Jam welcomes a variety of vendors that can provide options for our guests to enjoy over the weekend. All applications will be reviewed when selecting our vendors, keeping our guest demographics and size of attendance in mind when making our selections.

Thank you for your interest in becoming a vendor. 

Apply or get more information at our Food Vendor Form

Apply or get more information at our Retail Vendor Form

PARKING FAQ

Where do I park you ask?

Reserved Parking is included with the following ticket categories:

  • Gold VIP Reserved
  • Platinum VIP Reserved
  • Platinum VIP Box Seating
  • Platinum Pit Pass

Please refer to the map below to locate available parking locations.

GENERAL FAQ

 What are the dates and times for the festival?

Friday, October 28, 2022  |  Gates Open 4:00 p.m.
Saturday, October 29. 2022  |  Gates Open 1:00 p.m.
Sunday, October 30, 2022  | Gates Open 12:00 p.m. in DEPOT AREA ONLY –
All Gates Open 1:00 p.m.

What are the gate hours?

Friday, October 28, 2022 | 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, October 29, 2022 |  11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, October 30, 2022 | 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

How can I volunteer?

We are working with organizations to line up groups of volunteers for the event. If you
have a non-profit group interested in volunteering, or if you would like to volunteer, please visit https://fs6.formsite.com/GJ4yWg/hhutkvjwgl/index.html.

Are pets allowed in the festival?

No pets are allowed in the festival.
No animals of any kind are allowed in the festival with the exception of service animals. Service animals are defined as follows:
Under the ADA, a service animal is defined as a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. The task(s) performed by the dog must be directly related to the person’s disability.
Service animals are NOT emotional support or therapy animals.

What type of chairs can I bring in to the festival (GENERAL ADMISSION AREA ONLY)?

This event offers “festival style seating”. General Admission ticket holders should bring standard camp chairs. No double chairs, loungers, recliners, banquet or folding metal chairs. Need more detail? Here’s the scoop (graphic below):

  • Total length of your chair should not exceed 3.6′ or 44″. Arm span should be not more than 35″ across.
  • Blanket seating is not permitted.
  • Tents of any kind are not permitted.
  • Carry-in limit of 4 single chairs per person.
  • No wagons, chair caddies or similar items will be allowed into the Festival.
  • No carry-in chairs are permitted in the Reserved Seating or Pit Pass areas. No exceptions.
  • No umbrellas (either hand held or free standing) are permitted.
  • No infant strollers or car seats are permitted in the Reserved Seating or Pit Pass areas.
  • Any chairs placed in line-up before gates open will be removed by Festival staff.

What’s the deal with food and beverage?

Sorry, NO outside food and beverages (including bottled water), or coolers are allowed (other than baby food in plastic containers). A wide selection of food and beverages, Including beer and wine are available inside the festival.

Can I bring my children?

Absolutely. Children of all ages are welcome but we ask that you be considerate of the other festival guests who are also trying to hear and see the concert. Children 6 and under are free in the General Admission area only. Children 7 to 12 years old require a child’s wristband. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

What items are NOT allowed into the festival?

  • Glass Containers
  • Umbrellas (either hand held or free standing)
  • Outside Food or Beverages
  • Drones, Unmanned Aircraft Devices or Remote Controlled Vehicles
  • Alcoholic Beverages & Illegal Substances
  • Animals – With the exception of service animals specifically trained to aid guests with disabilities
  • Bottles, Cans, Thermoses or Other Beverage Containers
  • Professional Cameras – DSLR cameras or those with a removable lens are not allowed
  • Fireworks, sparklers, firecrackers or incendiary or explosive devices of any kind.
  • Coolers, Large Bags or Backpacks of any kind
  • Laptop Computers
  • Radios
  • Laser Pointer Devices
  • Noisemakers or Bullhorns
  • Selfie Sticks, Sticks or Poles of any kind
  • Monopods or Tripods
  • Video Cameras
  • Hammocks
  • Audio recording equipment of any kind
  • Skateboards, rollerblades, hoverboards, scooters, bicycles and /or motorized carts.
  • Professional radios or walkie-talkies
  • Kites
  • Weapons – Knives, Box-Cutters, Firearms, etc.
  • Promotional / Advertising or Sale Materials, not approved by the Inverness Country Jam. Anyone found to be in violation of this policy will be removed from the festival grounds.

What is the festival bag policy?

The Inverness Country Jam strongly believes the clear bag policy will enhance public safety and make festival access more efficient. The clear bag policy has been adopted by the NFL, SEC and many other venues that host entertainment events. This policy is certified by the Department of Homeland Security.

That being said, here are the details:
Each guest is allowed one clear bag, such as a one-gallon Ziploc style bag or clear plastic , vinyl or PVC bag that does not exceed 12” by 6” by 12”, plus a small clutch purse or fanny-pack.

All items and guests are subject to additional inspection prior to entering the venue.