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Beloved 2017: Sacred Art & Music Festival

Beloved 2017: Sacred Art & Music Festival
At Beloved, one of the aspects that makes Beloved so incredible is the intimacy of the sacred spaces onsite. Your parking pass dictates which camping area you camp and park in, so please make sure to read the information for each pass very carefully as once you arrive to the festival grounds we will not be able to make exceptions to the rules. Please also take a very close look at our site map to gain better understanding of the festival grounds and how each camping location relates to the Main Stage Bowl . If you have any camping questions, please email camping@belovedfestival.com for more information.      TICKET INFORMATION Once you purchase, you will receive an order confirmation email from Eventbrite on behalf of BELOVED. IMPORTANT: If you do not see your order confirmation in your inbox, make sure to check your junk/spam folder. If you still do not see your order confirmation, click here to access the Eventbrite help center. If you are having any other technical ticketing-related issues with your order, click here to contact Eventbrite. For general festival info, go to www.belovedfestival.com All sales final. No refunds or exchanges Event is rain or shine Artists and schedule subject to change FAQs TRANSPORTATION How can I get to Beloved? Beloved’s greatest environmental impact comes from our travel to and from the festival. You can significantly reduce this impact by carpooling or using our EcoShuttles.  We ask that you carpool with others who plan to camp in the same area as you do.  Our rideshare board (coming soon) is a great way to connect with both drivers and riders.  PARKING/CAMPINGIs camping included with my ticket?Walk in camping is included with your ticket, and we are excited to offer a limited number of car camping passes this year.  Please plan to camp in the same area as the people with whom you ride to the festival based of the parking pass purchased. Do I have to purchase a parking pass?If you are driving to the festival, you must purchase a parking pass.  Please choose the parking pass that corresponds with the area in which you intend to camp, see map. Can I purchase a parking pass separately?Yes, you can purchase a parking pass at any time but please keep in mind that parking passes are limited, so if you know that you are going to drive to the festival, we recommend that you purchase your parking pass as soon as you are able. Is there car camping at Beloved?A very limited amount of car camping is available with The Near Mosque Car Camping Pass. This pass permits space for a vehicle plus an approximate 10’x10’ campsite footprint. Can I bring my RV to Beloved?A very limited amount of oversized vehicles are permitted to park onsite in The Far Mosque. No awnings, tents or overflow from the vehicle are permitted in this area.  No vehicles over 32’ will be permitted onsite under any circumstances. Is Beloved child-friendly?Children and teens are welcome at Beloved.  Our Kid’s Village is not a child care center, it is a place where children and their parents can play and connect.  Children under 11 must be supervised by an adult at all times. Are there payment plans available?Yes, we have payment plans availabe through Affirm. Affirm offers clear, simple financing to split your Eventbrite order into 3 or 6 monthly payments. Once you select Monthly Payments with Affirm on the Eventbrite checkout page, you will need to confirm your loan on Affirm. Your tickets will be emailed to you immediately upon checkout. Make sure you pay your Affirm bills on or before your due dates. For more information, see FAQs about Affirm. Are there volunteer opportunities?Our volunteer applications will open 2/28, and in the meantime email volunteer@belovedfestival.com for more information. How do I change the name on my ticket?You can manage your tickets and parking passes through your EventBrite account, and for more information on changing the name on your tickets, please visit this link.

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