Frequently Asked Questions
Weekend pass includes entry and camping from Friday 9/08/2023 (12 PM) – Sunday 9/10/2023 (5 PM)
Camping is first come, first serve, no reserved sites and gear must be walked in.
Electricity is first come, first serve.
Car camping will not be available.
Children under 15 are free and anyone under 18 needs their parent or legal guardian present.
RV’s and Guaranteed Electric Sites:
Contact Sweet Minihaha for a reserved site on sites 27 – 47
Sweet Minihaha will charge their rate for this.
You MUST have a weekend pass in addition to paying for an RV site.
Seasonal campers (those with permanent structure on Sweet Minihaha Grounds):
May purchase a weekend pass the day of the show.
Only those registered may receive this price, it is not for family and friends – they must purchase a regular priced weekend pass.
Gates open at 12 PM on Friday, 9/8/2023 for the event. Pre-Party (Thursday 9/7/2023) gates open at 3:00 p.m. Entry is an additional $20.00, includes camping. You must have a weekend pass to enter.
Tickets are available on our website or at the gate. All ticket holders are required to register and sign a waiver before entry.
Tickets will be sent via email; ticket holder must have valid photo I.D. at check-in.
MULTIPLE TICKET ORDERS:
Only the person on the ticket order may pick up tickets. They can meet the rest of the party upon arrival.
Includes camping Saturday night only, entry at noon Saturday
Includes entry at noon on Friday or Saturday (must purchase that specific day pass) from noon - 11:00 p.m. You MUST exit the campground at 11:00 p.m.
There will be a $5.00 parking fee for all vehicles and ride sharing is encouraged due to limited space. Car camping will not be available.
Re-entry is allowed with wristband. ATM is available on site at campground rec hall.
ALL CAMPERS AND FESTIVAL ATTENDEES MUST BE REGISTERED. Wristbands will be issued and MUST be worn while on the premises. Without a wristband you are considered trespassing.
Children under 15 are free and anyone under 18 needs their parent or legal guardian present. All attendees over 18 must show a Valid Driver’s License or State ID for entry. Anyone under 18 or without a Driver’s License must be accompanied by a legal guardian. (This means by law it has to be the parents. The legal guardian also must be attending the event for the same length of time as the minor.)
Security will be present! Please be respectful of their instructions as they have been hired to keep everyone safe and keep the festival running smoothly. They're not there to ruin your day or lower your vibe. First Aid will be available on site.
We have a zero-tolerance policy for underage drinking. Beer will be available at the campground store from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. and on the festival grounds from 4 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. A limited beer selection will be available for sale. You may bring your own. NO GLASS! PLEASE DRINK RESPONSIBLY!
Friendly, leashed dogs with responsible owners are welcome and you must clean up after them. The venue/festival is not liable for any injury that may result from your dog's actions. Please do not leave pets unattended. Please clean up after your pets! Pets are not allowed in the restrooms. We will not tolerate barking dogs.
YES! One of the great things about this venue is that they have RV sites with power and water hookups! RV campers may contact the campground for site availability. You must also purchase a festival ticket.
Clean fires are permitted in fire rings only. NO GARBAGE. Please do not move fire rings. Please do not leave fires unattended. No cutting of trees in campground. Firewood CANNOT be brought from more than 10 miles from the campground. Please see DNR regulations for more information. Firewood will be on sale for $10 a wheelbarrow full on premises. Please order firewood by 4 p.m. at the campground store.
There will be food and craft vendors, firewood (no outside wood) and ice on site.
Outfitting Services run daily from 8am-3pm, weather permitting. Our last shuttle leaves at 3pm to put you on the river. You must return before dusk. Cash, Visa, M/C or Discover accepted. No Checks please.
You need a Wisconsin fishing license to fish the Sugar River. All DNR regulations as far as size and lengths of fish should be observed. Please put garbage from fish in plastic bags and place in the dumpster.
Dumpsters are provided at the exit of the campground. Please help us out by using the dumpsters. One is for recyclables; one is for garbage. Please keep campsite neat and clean. Please recycle. We will not accept refuse if it is not sorted. You may co-mingle recyclables.
RAIN OR SHINE. No refunds. No exchanges. Tickets for outdoor events are purchased at risk of inclement weather. This ticket will not be replaced, refunded, or exchanged for any reason.
THESE ITEMS ARE PROHIBITED
Absolutely no firearms, illegal fireworks, illegal substances, etc. allowed in the campground.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
This ticket grants a revocable license to the bearer and may be removed at any time for any reason. The holder assumes all risk or danger incidental to the event whether occurring prior to, during, or subsequent to, the event. Further, the holder releases the promoter and all affiliates and subcontractors of all liability and waive any claim for damages they may have against the promoter and all of its affiliates and subcontractors. Holder must be aware that they can be injured by many activities inherent in an outdoor concert including but limited to acts of others and maintenance of the grounds among others and this release is thereby given without limitation of any kind. This ticket will not be replaced, refunded, or exchanged for any reason. Handling and service charges are non-refundable, even if event cancels. All Local, State and Federal laws will apply.
COVID 19 SAFETY MEASURES
Health and Safety is our number one priority at Vibe High. We are following all health and safety guidelines set by local health officials.
Do I have to wear a mask?
We will follow any local rules pertaining to masks at the time of the event. Masks are strongly recommended whenever in the heavily trafficked areas such as the shower building, the vending row, portable toilets, food and beverage lines, and other crowded locations. We also highly suggest wearing masks when in close proximity to the stages.
Physical Distancing and Respecting Personal Space
In these unusual circumstances, we must be mindful of everyone's personal space. Please make sure a person is comfortable with any physical contact before going in for a hug or standing in close proximity. We are fortunate to have an event that is almost entirely outdoors, but physical distancing is still important.
Be Aware. Be Kind. Respect Others.
Please be considerate of those people around you. Remember that everyone has different risk factors and levels of comfort attending these events. All of you are an important part of our community and we want each of you to be safe and feel comfortable attending Vibe High this year.
IF YOU START TO FEEL ILL WHILE ATTENDING THE EVENT, PLEASE MASK UP IMMEDIATELY, ISOLATE FROM OTHERS, & CONTACT OUR MEDICAL STAFF