Good People Good Times is an
ALL-AGES music festival. However, if you are 18 & under you MUST
be accompanied by an adult.
Children 12 & under FREE with paid adult!
Will there be an ATM on site?
No, there WILL NOT be an ATM on site. Please plan to bring enough cash to get you into the gate and purchase some handmade goods from our unique vendors.
Pets will NOT be allowed at GPGT 2019
Unfortunately, absolutely NO ANIMALS will be allowed at Explore Brown County. The only exception to this rule is service animals. Unless not applicable for the service, your service animal also MUST remain on a leash at all times. Service animals must be kept in proper care. The festival and/or venue will revoke festival access for owner and animal if previous conditions are not met.
Ticket availability on site:
We highly recommend purchasing presale tickets, to save yourself money and to guarantee your admittance into the festival. $70tickets will available for purchase at the gate on Friday and $50 for Saturday-only passes. CASH ONLY will be accepted at the gate. Again, there is no ATM on site!
Does it cost to park?
Yes, parking will cost be $10 if purchased before the event or $15 if purchased at the gate.
Can I bring my RV?
RV Sites are full.
Do you offer a shuttle service?
Yes, shuttles will be provided from general parking to the general camping area throughout peak times during the festival.
Can we re-enter the festival if we leave?
Yes, but you must have your wristband on and it must be fully intact. If you are asked to leave by the festival personnel or venue staff, you may not re-enter.
Where should I go if I lose something? What should I do if I find someone else's belongings?
The lost and found at Good People Good Times will be located at the medical tent or you can stop a staff member to have them assist you. If you cannot find your child or friends, please find the nearest staff member or go to the medical tent and ask for assistance.
What will you be providing?
A variety of different music will be performed at GPGT 2019. Camping is included with admission on a first come, first serve basis. Running water restrooms and showers are available. Port-o-johns will be available on site around the stage and camping area as well. Ice and firewood will be available for purchase on site. Vendors will be selling a variety of reasonably priced foods and nonalcoholic beverages as well as crafts. There will be a live art gallery featuring local and regional artists near the stage. Different workshops will be provided by Anadono throughout the weekend! WORKSHOPS ARE FREE to all ticket holders. Workshop schedule coming soon.
Are alcoholic beverages allowed?
Yes, if you are 21 & older ONLY. All staff (venue & festival) reserve the right to ID anyone with an open container, so please make sure to have your ID if you plan on drinking. This is a BYOB event and there will be no sales of alcohol. Make sure you bring plastic bottles or cans as there is NO GLASS on the property. Please pick up and dispose of any refuse you may produce!
Are there activities for my children?
Yes, besides the music, workshops, art and vendors, we always have a bouncy house and face painting offered to the kids. An adult MUST be present with the children who want to participate.
This event will happen no matter the weather. However, everyone's safety is our top priority at GPGT! If the weather becomes dangerous, we will stop the music until the conditions are safe again.
When do the gates open?
The gates will open at 8 a.m. Friday, September 27th, 2019. If you arrive prior to this, you will have to wait to get into the venue. ABSOLUTELY NO EXCEPTIONS!
When does the music start?
Music starts at 10 a.m. on Friday & 9:30 a.m. on Saturday.
When does the festival end?
Must be out by 12 p.m. (Noon) Sunday, September 29th, 2019. ABSOLUTELY NO EXCEPTIONS!
What is prohibited?
-No golf carts/ATVs (bicycles are allowed)
-No animals (exception of service animals - please see above)
-No guns or weapons of any kind
-No illegal substances
-No cars in camping area
-No camp by car
-No reserved sites: available at a first-come, first-serve basis
-No unregistered vending
-No tents in the paths or on roadways/gravel paths
-No swimming in pond
-No fishing in unmarked areas (catch and release fishing only)
-No drinking under 21 years of age
-No unauthorized vending
To view a full list of what the venue prohibits, please Click Here.
How do I submit my band to play at GPGT?
Band applications are closed for this year.
How do I submit myself to be a volunteer?
Please fill out an application under the APPLICATIONS tab. This does not guarantee your volunteering spot. Our volunteer coordinator will get in touch with you if we are able to use your help. Thank you for wanting to make GPGT as fun and as safe as it can be!