Traffic Plan, Festival Parking & Shuttles
Peninger Road Closed!
Please note that Peninger Road will be closed to through traffic during the Festival, only authorized vehicles will be permitted.
GA Parking Area
Country Crossings will provide GA Parking a few miles from the venue. Starting daily at 7AM, fans will be shuttled to the venue from there. This is an important part of our plan to manage traffic flow around the area and move thousands of Festival fans to and from the venue efficiently.
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GA Parking is located next to the White City Fire Station on Avenue G, just over six miles from the Festival. The address is 1665 Avenue G, Medford. Avenue G is a two-way road, accessible from both the east and the west.
GA Parking Passes
You must purchase a 4-Day GA Parking Pass in order to park in the lots. Passes can be purchased on the Festival website prior to June 16 for $50 per car, or on-site for $60.
Drop Off Area
The GA Parking Lot will have a designated Drop Off area.
No Drop Off Area On-site
There will not be a Drop Off area for the public near the venue. All Drop Off traffic must go to the GA Parking lot and ride the shuttle in from there. This is a free shuttle and an important part of our plan to help alleviate traffic congestion. We encourage you to use this service.
VIP Parking is located on Peninger Road, within walking distance to the venue. Starting at noon on Thursday, vehicles with a VIP window decal will have access to Peninger Road. Pedicabs will be available for hire for $10 per person to transport fans from VIP Parking to the gate.
Handicap Parking & Camping
Handicap Parking and Camping will be located on Peninger Road, near the South entrance to the Festival. Starting at noon on July 27, vehicles with a HCP parking placard or window decal will have access to Peninger Road. Fans may walk directly to the gate or hire one of the available Pedicabs.
Map, Directions & Important Information
A map and directions to the parking areas will be published on our website by July 1. Travel routes to each parking area will also be marked during the Festival. We encourage fans to follow the signs and not rely on GPS as final routing will be determined, in part, by County Traffic Control and the Sheriff.