Performer Applications for the 47th Annual NL Folk Festival are NOW OPEN!
Click Here for more information and the form.
Deadline for applications is Sunday, February 12th, 2023.
Any questions can be directed to the Artistic Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Children ages 12 and under get free admission when accompanied by an adult. Free child tickets must be reserved in advance at time of Adult/Senior purchase. Limit of two free child tickets per Adult/Senior ticket holder.
PAYMENT METHODS: We accept Visa/MasterCard/Debit only for Festival admission and drink tickets. We do not accept cash and do not have an ATM onsite. Payment methods within the site vary according to each vendor.
ALL SALES ARE FINAL: Ticket sales close one hour before the end of each session and only those with valid tickets will be admitted after that time.
WEATHER: The Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Festival will take place RAIN or SHINE.
TICKETS: Ticket purchases are non refundable.
COVID 19: We will adjust to the governmental directives of the day and update accordingly.
DEVICES: Cameras (anything with a detachable lens) and audio recording devices are not permitted.
CANNABIS: Please note it is illegal to consume cannabis products in public spaces, including the Festival.
ANIMALS/PETS: Only certified service animals are allowed onsite.
LAWN CHAIRS: Bring your own lawn chair for seating in concert area, but please note the areas designated for low rise lawn chairs, standing and dancing.
FOOD AND BEVERAGES: We have a variety of food and beverage vendors onsite and beer and wine is available in the licensed area.
You may bring your own snacks and non-alcoholic beverages into the festival however we request that beverages be in sealed, plastic containers only. No glass please.
We have a public water filling station near the Military Road exit and we encourage you to bring your water bottles and stay hydrated with some of the best quality water in North America!
VENDING AT THE FESTIVAL: Only vendors that have been approved by the Festival and regulatory agencies are permitted at the event. The application form is found on our “contact” page. Audience solicitation and marketing is not permitted.
LOST AND FOUND: Lost and Found is located at the NLFAS Tent. If it doesn’t turn up, contact us after the event as we usually end up with something!
EMERGENCY EXITS: Upon arrival at the festival site, we encourage you to take a moment and note the applicable exits, First Aid locations, and please be advised that in the case of site evacuation, patrons are to exit via the nearest exit and await updates at the Muster Point located at the Moo Moos parking lot.