Question: Why does the “general pass” only include evening performances, and not the daytime events?
Answer: Many of the daytime events are held in small venues, with limited seating. To avoid overcrowding, tickets must be purchased separately for the individual daytime events.
Question: I purchased tickets online. Will these be sent to me, or do I pick them up when I come to the festival?
Answer: After your online purchase, print your receipt, and bring it with you to the festival. Tickets will be held for you at the festival and may be picked up when you arrive.
Question: May I buy advance tickets in person, rather than online?
Answer: Yes, tickets may be purchased at Tender Land on Main Street in Phoenicia.
Question: May I bring my dog with me?
Answer: Unfortunately, pets are not allowed at the performances.
Question: How early may I arrive at Parish Field for the evening events?
Answer: Admission to the field is scheduled to start one hour before the performances.
Question: I know there is limited parking close to Parish Field. How do I get to the performance if I park in one of the outer lots?
Answer: There will be a shuttle van between the larger parking lots and Parish Field for the evening events.
Question: Can I bring food with me?
Answer: Absolutely! Bring a picnic and your favorite beverage. Some even bring tables, candles… But if you do not, you will find everything you need in town or even on the field.
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Margaretville Hospital 42084 Route 28, Margaretville, NY (845 -586-2631)
Phoenicia Pharmacy Main Street at Route 214, Phoenicia, NY (845-688-2215)
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