Does anyone have a clue when camping sites will be going on sale for the '10 festival? I know Wildhorse is already taking orders but I want to stay in the on-site premium grounds again. I actually got plenty of sleep each night this year instead of getting next to none in the general grounds in '08, thanks to all the heavily intoxicated bros partying til 5am.
Answered my own question when I bought a 3-day pass this morning. Camping is already available as an add-on but doesn't show up when you search on Ticketmaster. It set me back $370 for festival tickets + premium camping
incase anyone was wondering, I sent a question asking if you're allowed to bring 5 people to a premium campsite since I had heard there was a 4 person limit last year. I got a reply back literally a month later saying that it was fine, provided all 5 people arrived in the same vehicle. I was worried for a while that the 5th person was going to have to buy a second campsite just to be able to stay with us.
Hi - I have a premium camp site plus two 3-day passes purchased a couple of months ago and regrettably, am now unable to attend the festival. Selling everything at my cost, which is 170.00/US for the camp site and $170/US for each of the 3 day passes. Please let me know if you are interested. Thanks.
So if I just buy one camping pass it is good for how ever many are in the vehicle or just 4 people?
i'm pretty unclear about this even after getting an email back from them. i think you can bring as many people as you can stuff in one vehicle to a premium spot, but there's a 4 person limit on regular spots. i could be wrong though, they don't exactly make their policy on this well known.
Just a warning from someone who paid the big bucks to stay at the "Premier" Campground in 2009...DO NOT PAY EXTRA TO STAY IN PREMIER CAMPING!!!! It was a massive rip-off and while the festival itself was excellent, the organizers should be ashamed of themselves for screwing festival goers out of their money for this sham of a "premier" campsite.
There was absolutely nothing "premier" about this campground. It was right next to the much cheaper general campground. In fact, if it weren't for a wire mesh fence and a 6-7 foot wide dirt road dividing the two sites, you couldn't have told the difference between the two camping sites. pooper to pooper camping, filthy toilettes and showers, absolutely no noise difference from the general site right next door and oh yeah, the shuttle bus that was supposed to let you in early didn't arrive until almost 2 hours after the festival gates opened on the first day!!
If you don't care about noise and want to party for 3 days then just get general admission camping. If you want a slightly quieter experience with clean toilettes and showers then book at the Wildhorse Campground. Everyone I met at the festival who stayed at Wildhorse said it was far superior and at $90 its about half the price of "Premier" camping.
Last Edit: Feb 6, 2010 20:05:05 GMT -8 by mrswanny2u