Saturday July 29th, 2017
Main Stage Bands: 4 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Come out, celebrate, and help support our work for an integrated network of trails and parks throughout the Borough. Enjoy great music, food, your favorite local beers from Arkose Brewery and Bearpaw River Brewing, all in the heart of the beautiful Mat-Su Valley. Starting at 3pm, we will start off the day with events for the kids. Get them in the groove starting off the day with Fiddle De Dee! There will also be Yoga for Kids, brought to you by the fine folks at Midnight Sun Yoga, and face painting from Original Doodle Body Art.
Keep the Music Festival Green!
When you get to the event you will need either bring your favorite non-breakable pint you hit the trails with, the incredibly cool pint that you purchased last year, or purchase one of our exclusive stainless steel pints to enjoy the beers that have been donated by Arkose Brewery and Bearpaw River Brewing.
$10 for a new Pint ~ Only Available on Site! Drink Tickets Sold Separately.
Starting at 4 p.m. the Main Stage will feature these bands:
Come out and enjoy live music, the trails, and show your support for the Mat-Su Trails and Parks Foundation!
THANK YOU SPONSORS!
ENJOY LOCAL CRAFT BEERS FROM:
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WHEN: Saturday July 29th 2017
3pm to 4pm ~ Children’s music with Fiddle De Dee
4pm to 10pm ~ Beer garden opens at 4pm. Music Festival kicks off on main stage!
TICKETS: Online or purchase at select locations (TBA)
Online: $40.00 (plus fees)
At the gate or selected locations: $40.00 Arkose Brewery, Active Soles and Lavender
(Children 12 and under free when accompanies by a ticket-holding adult!)
WHERE: Government Peak Recreation Area
10690 N. Mountain Trails Drive, Palmer AK 99645
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Are there ID Requirements or an age limit to enter the festival?
A. The Festival is open to all ages. Children 12 and under are free when accompanied by a ticket-holding adult. ID is required for entry to the beer garden, and only open to adults over the age of 21.
Q. Is there parking available at the event?
A. Yes, but parking is very limited. Car pooling is highly encouraged. Cycling to the event is also encouraged. Parking will also be available at the Hatcher Alpine Xperience parking lot at mile post 10.6 with a shuttle bus.
Q. What CAN’T I bring to the event?
A. Guns, glass containers of any type, pets, alcohol and illegal drugs are not permitted on the festival site. You will be asked to pour out liquid containers at the gate. Water is available on site and food vendors will be selling food and non-alcoholic beverages.
Q. What CAN I bring?
A. You can bring folding chairs, blankets, cushions to sit on, an empty water bottle (H2O on site), your own non-breakable pint mug.
Q. Is my ticket transferable?
A. You may transfer your ticket to another person. Email email@example.com for help.
Q. Can I update my registration/ticket information?
A. You can update your information through your Brownpapertickets.com account.
Q. What is the refund policy?
A. Tickets are non-refundable. You may transfer your ticket to another person.
Q. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
A. YES! Please bring the ticket and/or confirmation information provided by Brownpapertickets.com
Q. The name on the registration/ticket doesn’t match the attendee. Is that Okay?
A. It is best to transfer the ticket into another person’s name. Once the ticket has been scanned it can not be used by another person trying to enter the festival.
Q. Who do I contact with questions about the Government Peak Music Festival?
A. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Call (907) 746-8757