Extravaganza Attendance Information

Important Notice to Attendees

Please read through the information below before attending the BareBones Extravaganza. It covers ticket-holder event entry times and instructions for cyclists. Understanding how and when to arrive will create a smooth experience at the gate for everyone! We greatly appreciate your attendance and your cooperation ❤️ 💀

Entry Times

There are separate entry times based on the type of ticket you purchased.

Online Ticket Purchase

  • Entry from 6:00p - 6:30p
  • These ticket holders were the earliest purchasers and will have early entry to get their preferred spot on the lawn.

Walk-Up Tickets Buyers

  • Entry from 6:30p - 7:00p
  • We recommend getting in line early (5:45p - 6:00p). We’ll just ask that you wait until 6:30p to enter the audience area. There will be entertainers at the gate while you wait 😊

I Bought a Ticket Online - Where Is It?

Yup, good question! We don't have print-at-home or mobile tickets this year. What we do have is a Will Call list for online ticket buyers. Just come to the gate and provide the name under which the ticket was purchased, and we'll get you checked in. What you should receive is an email receipt for your purchase, so you have that to reference your show date, how many tickets you purchased, etc. You are encouraged to bring your receipt to gate in the event there is any issue at Will Call.

Dog Policy

For the safety of our audience (including children and vulnerable adults), performers, and the animals themselves, only service animals will be allowed at the show (which contains fire, loud sounds, and changing lights). Service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. No other animals are allowed. Thank you for your cooperation in creating a safe environment for both people and our fur friends!

Parking Options

Instructions for Cyclists

We will be trying to minimize traffic on the Greenway, as there will be both audience members and performers crossing to and fro. We ask instead that you come along 11th Avenue, if possible - there will be signage to indicate the bike path. There will also be bike racks located near the top of the audience seating area.

Seating and Attire

There is no hay bale seating this year. All attendees, including those in the ADA area, must bring their own chair or blanket to sit on. Also, we are outdoors, so dress warm! This can include bringing blankets, extra layers, etc.