We were also so incredibly spaced out in overflow that you could literally drive up and claim a spot at any point during the weekend. Some people did this. No one cared. More than enough room. If you had a large group it might be tougher, though.
I kind of like this idea. My peers are driving separate so either we caravan together at the same time, or we leave earlier and they leave later in hopes of getting overflow. Once they arrive perhaps we can move from our location to an open space in overflow (if we determine that it doesnt suck).
How bad is the tall grass? Is it difficult to set up a tent on?
Post by samhandwich22 on May 1, 2012 13:11:30 GMT -5
My peers and I were considering arriving late to the first night of sasquatch in hopes that there wont be any room left in the main campground and that we will have to be placed in overflow. Overflow is close to the entrance and with this year's in-out privileges, it would be nice to not have to walk a mile each time I want to run back to camp to get something.
But how much closer is overflow camping? Is it worth the effort of potentially missing some of the earlier acts and arriving late late late for a chance that we might make overflow? I suppose we risk being placed even further from the entrance if they are not done filling the regular campground by the time we get there. I would personally rather take my time, arrive early, cook some food, set up camp, and not have to worry about it. But my other peers seem determined to get close to the entrance!
Post by samhandwich22 on Apr 2, 2012 0:56:14 GMT -5
Unfortunately, I just cant make it to the festival this year due to some unforeseen travel plans, and now that I am not going, my peers wont be going either.
Hence I am left with 4 tickets to sasquatch that I am desperate to get rid of. If anyone would like one, I am selling them for $280 a piece and am happy to ship securely for free. I promise a secure transaction!