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Yes, this is a rain or shine Festival. Be sure to bring a sun hat and a light rain jacket with a hood just in case. Always wear comfortable shoes too!

Gates open at 11:00 a.m., please do not arrive before 10:30 a.m.

9:30pm-ish on Saturday September 10, 2022.

The site is accessible for wheelchair users, but assistance may be needed to get around on unpaved surfaces.

No, the Festival is all ages.

Please visit our vendors page for more information.

Please visit our exhibitors page for more information.

Absolutely, please visit our volunteers page for more information.

What Can I Bring?

Absolutely, bring your own lawn chairs for sitting back and enjoy the entertainment lineup.

Trailers are permitted in the free parking area — day use only. No overnight parking.

Yes, but only if it’s for an infant or toddler.

Sorry, only certified medical service animals are allowed on the site. Documentation must be provided.

You can bring your own food and drinks; but we encourage you to support the vendors.

Smoking is prohibited once you enter the venue. Cannabis, e-cigs and vape products are not allowed on the grounds.

No outside alcohol is allowed on the Festival grounds.

Getting Here

Georgian Bay Festival is located at 4230 Crossland Road in the Township of Tiny. Click here to get directions on Google Maps.

Absolutely!

Motorcycles participating in the “Thunder Run” will be advised of their parking location. All other motorcycles will park in the general Festival parking.

What's at the Festival?

Yes, an ATM machine will be available on site.

Yes. All vendors at the Festival will accept cash. Credit and debit cards and Apple/Android Pay will be accepted by the majority of vendors.

Yes. There will be a Lost & Found at the Festival near the main entrance. Please only give items you find to Lost & Found directly. Do not hand over items to random staff or volunteers.

Yes, a medical station will be available and marked on our festival map.

There will not be any power points on Festival grounds.