Dancing Tree Festival
A family friendly music, performance and healing arts festival in Blue Ridge, Georgia! Consider changing the world through art and love by immersing yourself in an intentional experience in nature full of spirit, art, yoga, meditation, healing, community and freedom!
Enjoy a beautiful lake to swim in, many acres to roam and camp in, creeks to play in, a produce garden to mosey around in!
Experience a movement class at the yoga deck, learn a new skill at the primitive skills tent, enjoy a sound bath at the sound tent, receive a session with a wellness practitioner.
Get your groove on at the main stage, shop for local handmade goods and arts, enjoy a snack at the snack bar, share songs and drumming by the bonfire each night. This is a weekend packed full of opportunities for connection and heart opening experiences.
WHAT’S INCLUDED IN MY TICKET?
Workshops, classes, music, parking, morning coffee and swimming in the lake. Camping is included in 3-Day and 2-Day Passes only. Ages 16 and under have free admission. Food is not included in the ticket. Ages 10 and older must order a meal ticket.
IMPORTANT! If you plan on participating in brunch and dinner you must order a meal ticket! All meal tickets must be purchased in advanced and cannot be purchased at the door. This helps us know how much food to make. Ages 10 and older must order a meal ticket.
There are no food vendors except a small snack bar, so if you don’t purchase a meal ticket you must bring your own food. The meal ticket includes Friday brunch through Sunday dinner. Brunch is at noon and dinner is at 7pm and will always be served in the downtown outdoor kitchen. There will be gluten free and vegan options. We will also be serving coffee every morning.
ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE
Doors open at noon on Thursday, feel free to come then to set up early. Activities begin Friday. Festival ends at 9pm Sunday. If you stay into Monday you will be expected to help on Monday.
WHAT TO BRING
Cash for the snack bar, vendors and private wellness sessions, bowl, fork, spoon, mug, and water bottle, camping supplies, bathing suit, picnic blanket, yoga mat, towel, camp chair, garbage bags, snacks, water jugs, tarps for rain. Our theme this year is the four elements, come dressed as your favorite element!
Address: 459 Johnson Rd Blue Ridge, Georgia 30513
Atlanta to 75 North to Exit 268 onto I-575 North for 18 miles,
turns into SR-5 North towards Canton,
go 31 more miles on SR-5 North,
take a left on Maxwell Rd for 0.7 miles,
take a right on Johnson Rd, less than a mile stop at registration tent.
Are dogs allowed?
Not really – we have made some exceptions. A discussion must be made. We have a strict leash and dog poop pick up policy as we have bear feet running around. Absolutely no aggressive or barking dogs allowed, you will be asked to leave.
Will we be allowed to drive to our campsites to unload?
No. You will be able to park at the entrance of the woods to unload, and then will need to park your car in the parking lot. Once you park you can then come back and bring your stuff in to your campsite. We will have wheelbarrows and some teenagers helping.
Will our vehicle be able to remain at the campsite?
No. You can unload your things and then park your car where the registration team tells you to park.
Is alcohol at our campsite allowed?
This is a sober event to make it friendly for everyone. No obvious drunkenness’ in public areas and no beer holding, you will be asked to leave.
Is drinking water available?
IMPORTANT! Please bring water bottle. There will be no plastic bottles. We have well water to fill your water bottle at the sink at the snack bar.
Can you describe the bathroom facilities?
Porter johns and hand washing stations.
Is there electricity at the campsite?
No, some campsites have fire pits. All campsites are first come first serve.
Yes. Hot showers!
Please send all questions and inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
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