2022 Ocoee Music Fest FAQs
Q: Is this event free?
A: YES! This event is free for anyone to attend.
Q: Will there be a VIP area or preferred seating available for purchase?
A: We will have a “Preferred Seating” area available for purchase. Watch our social media pages and this website for further updates to the sale date. This is the only area that will be available to the public. There are additional sponsor areas that will be designated for different levels of sponsorship packages.
Q: Can I bring my own chairs?
A: Yes, you are welcome to bring your own chairs or blankets for the open seating area.
Q: Are coolers allowed?
A: No, we do not allow coolers at the Ocoee Music Fest.
Q: Can I bring my pet?
A: No, animals are not allowed unless it is a licensed service animal.
Q: Can my company be a sponsor for the Ocoee Music Fest?
A: Absolutely! Please see our Sponsor section for more details.
Q: Will there be food and beverages available during the festival?
A: Yes! We will have a food vendor area with over 20 food truck and food booths offering a variety of food and drinks. There will also be concessions in the carnival ride area.
Q: Is there a festival marketplace with different crafts for sale?
A: Yes! Our Marketplace area will have over 25 unique booths with a variety of different products to shop.
Q: Can I be a marketplace or food vendor at this year’s event?
A: All marketplace and food vendor spots have already been reserved for this year.
Q: Will there be rides like previous years?
A: There will be a carnival area with rides and games, but it will be smaller than previous years due to space constraints.
Q: What time does each music act come on?
A: Our Friday performers will begin at 6:00pm and our Saturday performers will begin at 4:00pm. The lineup will continue throughout the night with short intermission breaks between each.
Q: What happened to the Golf Tournament associated with the festival?
A: The golf tournament will be held in the fall of 2022. More details will be available as we get closer to the event.
Q: Why isn’t this called Founder’s Day anymore?
A: Click here to read our blog discussing all of our exciting changes!
If you have any additional questions, contact Kara Morwood by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.