1. Essentials

  • 2 Pieces of Government issued ID
  • Ticket 
  • Camping gear 
  • Warm clothes (It can get cold)
  • Reusable water container
  • Flashlight
  • Good Vibes

2. The Little Things

  • Camera
  • Good Shoes
  • Cash
  • Water
  • Biodegradable shampoos and sunscreens
  • Garbage and recycle bags 
  • Festival Attire & Costumes Galore! Don't forget to enter our fashion show!
  • Bicycles

1. What's Prohibited

  • Pets (no exceptions)
  • Little ones (19 years and younger)
  • Laser Pointers
  • Glass bottles/containers
  • Weapons
  • Aerial Drones/UAVs
  • Illegal Substances
  • Renegade Stages
  • Fireworks
  • Fire Spinning Equipment
  • Bad Vibes
  • Abusive language
  • Physical altercations
  • Discrimination - We believe in everybody love everybody

1. Wicked Woods Music Festival Code Of Conduct

We strive to create an environment that is safe, inclusive, and welcoming to all. We believe that there is no place at Wicked Woods for any form of behaviour that creates a hostile environment. Harassment, including microaggressions, are unacceptable in a festival where everyone should feel free from harassment, violence, defamation and discrimination.

Please click here to read complete Code of Contact.

2. Wicked Woods Music Festival Volunteer And Crew Code Of Conduct

The purpose of this Code of Conduct is to inform volunteers on the standards of conduct required. Volunteers are expected to act honestly, conscientiously, reasonably and in good faith at all times when carrying out their duties and in their relationships or interactions with others.

Please click to read complete Code of Contact.

1. At The Gate

As you enter onto the grounds off the highway, you will be greeted by our Wicked Woods Volunteers. Be kind and courteous to one another. Everyone is doing everything they can to get you through as fast as they can! 

To speed up the process, have your ticket, government issued ID ready to go and fill out the waiver from the QR code displayed in the parking grounds before getting to the gate attendants. 

If you are arriving on Wednesday for early entry pre purchase your ticket. This will make the process seamless and soon you will be beating the dancefloor with your feet!

2. Parking

Check out our parking map below! There is ample space for parking. You must have purchased a parking pass to park in the Raven Lot or Juniper Lot, otherwise your vehicle/RV will be directed to the Free Parking Zone. But don't fret, it is a short 15 minute walk from one end of the grounds to the other by using our lit up walking trails. 

The Free Parking zone is a great place to keep your car while you find that perfect spot to pitch your tent!

If you have purchased an RV pass, you do not need to purchase a car/truck pass for your towing vehicle. There is a small RV Pass (20' or less), a Large RV Pass (21'-40' including RV and Towing Vehicle) and a Super RV Pass (Over 40' including RV and Towing Vehicle).  

3. Camping

Wicked Woods offers amazing camping spots with incredible views! Find that perfect spot to soak in the vibes for 3-4 nights of fun! We encourage you to convoy with your friends to guarantee camping together as the camping is a first come first served basis. There will be no reserving spots.

This Akisqnuk unceded territory is loaded with treed camping. Perfect for tarps and hanging decor and making your camping spot your home for the weekend. Please be respectful of the land and leave no trace.



Don't you just dream of arriving at a festival and have everything setup already? We can do that! Wicked Woods offers Glamping Camping! Our package includes a fully setup 3 meter diameter bell tent, comfy queen sized bed with sheets, exclusive porta-pottie and a decorated lit up area. You can add on lawn chairs, a cooler, bedding water jug, etc for an additional cost.  You'll have bass in your face in no time!



There are a limited amount of Powered RV Sites available. They are 16' x 50' and are located at our downtown core. 



2 x Small Palisades Group Camping Sites (20x22') and 2 x Large Palisades Group Campsites (40x45') available for purchase. These 15 amp powered sites are located along our beautifully viewing bluff which is known for its wildlife watching and tranquil scenery. RV and Car/Truck passes are available for purchase in addition to the group camping sites. No RV's in the small palisades group camping, tent camping only. 



20x50' group campsites will be available for purchase July 1st, 2022. These do not include ticket(s) for entrance. You can jam as many tents or leave it empty for more of your own personal space as long as you do not go over the marked off 20x50' area. 



We offer camping for everyone! We have a reserved accessible camping zone that has power and is close to all amenities and stages. The grounds are pretty flat through the downtown area, so it is easy to get around. Please fill out the accessible camping form to reserve your space.  

1. Cleaning Up

Let's keep this unceded territory at it's natural state. We can all do our part by properly recycling our waste, separating our cans/bottles, and properly disposing of batteries/canisters/glowsticks/cigarette butts. We have separate interactive recycling bins for all mentioned above spread out through out the grounds. 

Get a reward by helping pick up garbage from the grounds and bring it to the recycle station during the day.

Grab a WW's pocket ashtray from our merch stores. Drop Beats - Not Butts

2. Packing Up

We all know that saying, "Pack out what you pack in"

There is a transfer station 2 minutes up the highway if you need to dispose of any large items. As much as we would love your tents and broken chairs, we have no dry place to store them. Please bring any discarded items/garbage/recycling to appropriate bins on your way out. 

3. Drive Safe

Let's face it.....3 nights of music can be tiring. Keep yourselves and others safe on the drive home. Make sure you have an adequate amount of sleep before hitting the highway. Music ends Sunday at 1:00pm, if you need that extra sleep we ask that you use the extra time on the grounds to do so. Everyone will be asked to leave Monday morning. Take your time on the way home, have a co-pilot if you can, switch off driving. We care about you and the community! Have fun, but be safe!