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GENERAL RULES:
• No Illegal Substances
• No Weapons
• No Fires on the Ground (elevated fire pits only)
• No Nitrous Oxide
• No Glass Bottles
• No Underage Alcohol Possession/Consumption
• No Loud Music In Camping Area
• No Motorized Golf Carts, 4-Wheelers, Dirt Bikes, etc.
The safety of our patrons is of utmost priority. Failure to adhere to rules above will result in immediate ejection from festival grounds by Jibberjazz Security. Thank you for understanding.


FOOD & CRAFT VENDING:
Interested applicants should send an email with detailed vendor description to jibberjazz@hotmail.com. If email is not possible, please mail a description, menus, etc to the address on the Jibberjazz contact page. We archive all submissions and contact every vendor we are interested in working with in advance.


RV CAMPING:
Each weekend RV pass with electricity is $50. To purchase a spot in advance, or for more information, contact: jibberjazz@hotmail.com. RV passes do NOT include any festival tickets.


COMMON QUESTIONS:
What time does the gate open? Friday at 9:00AM.

Can I come to the festival early? Campers may arrive on Thursday between 4:00PM-11:00PM ONLY (anyone arriving later will not be let into the grounds until Friday morning at 9AM). Thursday arrivals carry an additional $10 "early bird fee" per person (vendors are not subject to this fee). Bands will be performing on the main stage Thursday evening as part of the pre-party. Please plan your trip accordingly.

Do kids have to pay to get in? Children 12 and under are free-of-charge with legal guardian.

How much does it cost on Saturday? Single day passes are available after sunrise on Saturday for $55.

Can I leave and reenter? If your wristband remains intact on your wrist, and you possess your original ticket stub, you may reenter the festival grounds.

How long can I stay? Until 5:00PM Sunday.

Does it cost anything to park? There is a fee of $5 per car or $10 per oversized vehicle (includes vehicles pulling a trailer).

Can I bring my dog? Pets are welcome at Jibberjazz events, but as regulated by our insurance company, no dangerous breeds (i.e. pit bulls) are allowed on the grounds. We are sorry but this is the way it has to be. A good general rule of thumb is if your animal has the capacity to harm a small child, leave it at home or in a local shelter. All animals must register at the gate and present current proof of Rabies Vaccination. All animals must be leashed at all times and properly attended to.

Can I bring alcohol? Yes, all Jibberjazz events are BYOB as long as you are 21+ with valid ID. NO GLASS BOTTLES!

What if I injure myself? A team of Licensed Practical Nurses are employed for the duration of the festival. Basic first-aid is also available at the gate and staff members have the means to contact additional medical personnel if the need should arise.

Are there quiet places to camp? There will be an area designated for "family camping" with quiet hours strictly enforced after midnight.

Can I camp with my car? Yes, and all stages are in close proximity to the main camping area.

Can I carpool? Check with Ricky Rides.

Can I bring an RV? Yes, weekend RV passes are $50 each and include electricity. To reserve a spot or for more information, please contact: jibberjazz@hotmail.com.

Can I buy electricity if I don't have an RV? Non-RV electrical permits are $40 each per weekend.

What is the bathroom situation? The grounds feature on-site restrooms with flushing toilets and plenty of port-o-johns throughout the campground. Maintenance is provided constantly throughout the weekend.

Are there showers? Free showers are available on site during limited daytime hours.

Can I have a personal fire? No, unless it is contained within an elevated, store-bought fire pit (we suggest bringing your own firewood). A community bonfire will be on-site to keep everyone warm. Camp grills/stoves are okay.

What happens if it rains? In case of severe weather, there is a backup plan in place to have all outdoor music moved to indoor stages with the same basic set times and lengths.

Is there an ATM? There will be an ATM in the vending area. However, if you plan on purchasing tickets at the gate, please bring enough money with you as cash is the only form of payment accepted on day of show and you cannot access the ATM until after you enter the festival grounds.

Will there be yoga? Yes. Kundalini Yoga with The Blue Goddess, as taught by Yogi Bhajan is a safe yet highly effective form of yoga. It is quite physical, but not acrobatic, and highly meditative. Most postures are doable by anyone, even those who have not done yoga before. There is plenty of breathwork, stretching and toning in each session. It is not uncommon to feel extremely blissful even after only one session. The Blue Goddess is a fully certified Kundalini yogi and rebirther. Expect a magical experience! All classes are beginner/intermediate level. Modifications will be given for more challenging poses. We will meet by the indoor Jamhouse and then walk over together and set up near the river, behind the stage area. Please bring along a blanket to have something to sit on and water if you can, to avoid dehydrating. FRIDAY 5-6:15PM "Praana Nirvana." SATURDAY 11AM-12:15PM "Energizing and Rebirthing the Self." SATURDAY 5-6:15PM "Spring Rebirth"

What else is nearby? Hawk Mountain's website has a list of nearby attractions.

Where can I find flyers? Our Photobucket page has downloadable flyers.

How can i get involved with Jibberjazz? We are always looking for more reliable people for promotion, clean-up, etc. Please reach us AHEAD OF TIME by emailing jibberjazz@hotmail.com. We are always fully-staffed before gates open.

INFORMATION

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NEARBY ATTRACTIONS:

Hawk Mountain Visitor Guide

SUPPLIES:
Deer Lake Beverage Center
1165 Centre Turnpike
Orwigsburg, PA
570-366-2337

The Beer Shak
762 Pennsylvania 183
Schuylkill Haven, PA
570-739-2666

Country Beverage Inc.
107 Pennsylvania 183
Schuylkill Haven, PA
570-739-3610

Long Trout Winery
84 Fork Mountain Road
Auburn, PA
570-366-6443

Cabela's
100 Cabela Drive
Hamburg, PA
610-929-7000

Hadesty's Hardware
2244 West Market Street
Pottsville, PA
570-628-4300

LOCAL LODGING:
Comfort Inn
433 Suedberg Road
Pine Grove, PA
570-345-8031

Comfort Inn Midway
I-78 Midway Exit 16
41 Diner Road
Bethel, PA
717-933-8888

Econo Lodge
419 Suedberg Road
Pine Grove, PA
570-345-4099

Hampton Inn
481 Suedberg Road
Pine Grove, PA
570-345-4505

Scottish Inn
196 Roadside Drive
Shartlesville, PA
610-488-1578

LOCAL CAMPGROUNDS:

Christmas Pines Campground
450 Red Church Road
Auburn, PA
570-366-8866

Mountain Springs Campground
3450 Mountain Road
Shartlesville, PA
610-488-6859

LOCAL INTERESTS