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FESTIVAL INFO

At Sisters Folk Festival "all the town’s a stage". We're proud to provide an immersive experience in music and community.  Join us for three days of world-class music at seven stages throughout Sisters, Oregon from small-town cafes to 1,400-person tents. 

Venues

VENUES

Where to Stay

WHERE TO STAY

Sisters Folk Festival satellite camping spots will be made available at Shepherd of the Hills on December 13 when tickets go on sale. Additional camping will be released in the coming weeks. There are developed National Forest campsites close to town at Cold Springs Campground, Indian Ford Campground, and plenty of dispersed camping in the plentiful Deschutes National Forest land surrounding Sisters. 

SHEPHERD OF THE HILLS TENT & RV CAMPING SITES

This camping is open to 3-Day Ticket holders (or volunteers) for Sisters Folk Festival 2024. It is located within a few blocks of all festival venues for easy walking or biking. 


Pricing:

  • 14’W x 36’L: SOLD OUT

  • 14’W x 50’L: SOLD OUT

        * This is a per campsite (not per person) fee and covers all 3 nights, regardless of when you arrive.

Details: 

  • This is dry camping with no hookups. 

  • No showers are available at this site.

  • All traffic must enter the area on Larch Street.

  • Sorry, fifth wheel vehicles cannot be accommodated on this site.​

  • If towing a vehicle causing the rig to exceed the alloted space, the towed vehicle may have to detach and park on the street.

  • Check-in hours on Fri, September 27 are from 9:00 - 9:00 pm, on Sat, September 28 from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm, and campers must leave no later than 9:00 am on Mon, September 30. 

  • This site is located adjacent to a residential area. Please be considerate and act how you wish visitors to your neighborhood to act.

  • Quiet hours between 10:00 pm and 7:00 am daily (no generator use during quiet hours).

  • Porta-potties will be provided but we strongly encourage you to use your own self-contained facilities.

  • No open flames on the property, including charcoal grills.

  • Dogs must be leashed and cleaned up after. Please do not leave your dog unattended and barking for long periods of time.

SPRD TENT & RV CAMPING SITES

This camping is open to 3-Day Ticket holders (or volunteers) for Sisters Folk Festival 2024. This site is located at the Sisters Park & Rec parking lot, about 1.7 miles from festival venues (1750 McKinney Butte Road).


Pricing:

  • Tent Camping (on a grassy field plus a single standard size paved parking spot): $75

  • 18' x 19' Camper Van Space: $100

  • 18' x 38' Large RV Camping Space: $150

Details: 

  • This is dry camping with no hookups. 

  • Check-in hours on Fri, September 27 are from 2:00 - 9:00 pm (no early birds) and Sat, September 28 from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm. Campers must leave no later than 9:00 am on Mon, September 30. 

  • Single-night reservations are not available.

  • Quiet hours are between 10:00 pm and 7:00 am daily (no generator use during quiet hours).

  • Porta-potties and handwash stations will be provided.

  • No open flames allowed on the property, including charcoal grills.

  • You must stay entirely within your allotted space, including any towing vehicle, slide outs, canopies, etc.

  • This is a fundraiser for the Sisters Alpine Ski Club. Please be kind to the parent and kid volunteers who are staffing the area!

SPONSORS

Frequently Asked Questions

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  • What do volunteers get in exchange for their time & effort?
    SFF volunteers who commit to, and work, a minimum of 2 "festival shifts" or about 8-10 hours receive an All Events wristband that allows them access to all seven venues throughout the weekend when not volunteering (subject to venue capacity, as with all pass-holders). Training and pre-shift check-in do not apply to your volunteer hours. *Festival shifts only count towards the festival they are for, and do not count towards a different festival.
  • Is there a minimum age required to volunteer?
    Minors ages 16+ are eligible to volunteer with SFFP as long as they provide a signed waiver from a parent/guardian. Please reach out to Kaela Fox at kaela@sffpresents.org for details/waiver.
  • What is SFF Presents' COVID Policy?
    SFF Presents will only require mask wearing or proof of vaccination for event entry if required by local, state or federal regulation. Patrons, staff, crew, volunteers and performers may continue wearing masks at their personal discretion. SFFP recommends that high-risk individuals who choose to attend the festival continue to wear masks at this and in all public settings.
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