|Can we bring dogs?||
Dogs are not allowed at Tolt-MacDonald Park during Timber! Outdoor Music Festival. Please visit www.rover.com to see dog sitting options within 10 minutes of the Festival including Helen D. And Cecila R. Please note: each have their own restrictions, please check with them individually.
|Do I have to pay for babies or small children?||
No, children under the age of 12 are free, but please register them via our tickets page so we can bring enough wristbands!
|Can I use a stove or BBQ at my campsite?||
Cooking is allowed in designated fire pits and BBQ areas and at the REI Camp Kitchen. Great local food vendors will be on site and a grocery store is within walking distance.
|Can I leave the festival grounds and re-enter?||
Yes. Re-entry is allowed. If you paid for parking, keep your parking pass with your vehicle for re-entry. Returning vehicles may be directed to the overflow parking lot.
|Can I volunteer at the Festival?||
Heck yes! Our online application is now closed, but will reopen around March. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions!
|Can I bring my own beer/alcohol?||Due to WA State liquor laws, no outside beer or alcohol is allowed on the premises. However, we're proud to be serving some fine beer at incredible prices that can't be beat!|
There is a $20 parking fee at Timber! Outdoor Music Festival. The parking fee is valid for Thursday July 12 - Sunday, July 15. In/out privileges are allowed, however space is not guaranteed in the main parking lot upon return. Returning vehicles may be directed to the overflow parking lot. Parking can and should be purchased in advance and all parking pass sales are final. Events like Timber! help fund maintenance of King County’s 200 parks, 175 miles of trail, and 28,000 acres of open space. King County is not responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged property. Please lock your vehicle. Improperly parked vehicles will be towed at owner’s expense.
|When do people arrive / leave?||Gates open at 12 noon on Thursday July 12. Attendees must be clear of their campsites no later than 12 noon on Sunday July 15.|