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Petaluma Music Festival

Saturday, July 27th, 2024 – Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I get tickets the day of the event?

Yes! Tickets will be available on the day of the event.

Can I bring my children and is this a family event?

Yes!  We strive to make the Petaluma Music Festival an event that is appropriate for the whole family! Each child 12 and under is admitted free when accompanied by an adult with a ticket.  Strollers are permitted.

Where can I sit during the Festival?

Just about anywhere! Low-profile lawn chairs and blankets are encouraged, and there is ample space for everyone on the large lawn areas in front of the Festival, Lagunitas, and Petaluma Stages. VIP ticket holders will have shaded reserved seats under a canopied area located on the lawn of the Festival Stage (Main Stage).

Should I bring my water bottle?

Yes, please do, but please bring it empty.  The festival is “going green” and no longer selling bottled water.  We will refill your water bottle with free drinking water all day long.

Can I bring food & drink into the festival?

No, but there will be a variety of food and drink vendors available including the fine beers of the Lagunitas Brewing Company and Two Rock Brewing Co, award-winning wines, and free drinking water.

Can I bring my dog to the Festival?

Sorry, no pets are allowed in the festival grounds, so please leave Rover at home.  Service animals are welcome.

Is re-entry allowed?

Yes, with a wristband you will be allowed to go in and out of the festival gates.

Can I bring a camera or a video recorder?

You may bring a still camera to the festival.  Video or audio recording is not allowed.

What should I do after the festival is over?

We highly recommend visiting Petaluma’s Historic Downtown featuring fine dining, shops, theaters, and more!

Where can I stay?

Please visit our Lodging page for places to stay, and there is also a listing of local hotels on the Petaluma Visitor Center website. You may also want to visit the Sonoma Tourism Bureau website

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