How much are tickets?


VIP Two Day Admission: $75 plus tax pre-sale only

One Day General Admission: $20 plus tax online pre-sale/ $30 plus tax at the Door

Single-Day Senior, Military, Student: $10 in advance, $30 at the Door
Kids Admission (Ages 0-10): Free
Reduced $5 end-of-day tickets will be available starting at 4:00pm each day for those interested in checking out some of the exhibitors before the festival ends at 6:00pm.
Online ticket sales close at midnight the day before. Tickets at the door are based on venue capacity and preference goes to pre-sale ticketholders. If you pre-purchased a Student / Military / Senior Citizen Admission but do not have a valid ID at the door, you will be charged the difference between the ticket and a door rate General Admission ticket to enter. No refunds or exchanges.

Are kids free?

Children ages 10 and under will be admitted for free.

Where is the Festival?

This year’s Festival is located at the Scottsdale Civic Center Amphitheater, 3939 N Drinkwater Blvd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251. The venue is located at 75th Street and Main Street (between the Civic Center Library and City Hall, just a short walk from Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts in the heart of downtown Scottsdale).

Will the Festival be held rain or shine?


Are pets allowed?

Per health department regulations, only service animals are allowed on site.

Are there ATMs at the Festival?

There are no ATMs inside the Festival grounds. Plan to bring cash, although some of our vendors do accept credit cards as well.

Is the Festival fully vegetarian?

Yes, the event is fully vegan (no animal products anywhere). We showcase how delicious, varied, and all-inclusive a cruelty-free lifestyle can be!

If we are driving by car, where can we park?


Convenient, free parking is available at the following locations:


Civic Center Library Garage – Drinkwater Boulevard at East Second Street
Civic Center Lot and Garage - Wells Fargo Avenue
Old Town Parking Corral – East Second Street and Brown Avenue
PepperwoodLot – East First Avenue at Buckboard Trail