We’re happy to announce that #Fest will be returning for its 14th edition on Saturday, April 16, 2016! The one-day event will once again take place at The Venue Of Athens. Discounted pre-sale tickets will on sale on Wednesday, September 2 at noon – a very limited amount of tickets will be available!
In order to keep improving the festival experience for everyone, we’ll be implementing a few changes from years past.
First, we’d like to announce that we will be implementing camping into #14Fest! This will allow overnight accommodations to be more readily availably, as well as ensure more people have a safe place to stay at the end of the festival. More information on camping will be announced soon.
Starting with #14Fest, BYOB will no longer be allowed with #Fest. We feel that this is necessary measure to ensure the safety of festival-goers, as well as the longevity of #Fest. However, as with the previous two #Fest’s, we will have a wide variety of alcohol available inside the venue at very reasonably prices (think back to last year), and will be increasing the amount of bars to make sure everyone can grab a drink in a timely fashion.
And don’t you worry about who’s headlining #14Fest. We’ll have the HUGE names that you’ve come to expect! In fact, the hunt for your #14Fest headliners have already started…
Pre-sale tickets for #14Fest go on sale on Wednesday, Sept. 2 at NOON – set a reminder they will sell out QUICK! Ticket links to be posted on @thenumberfest social media and will be found here at TheNumberFest.com
For your convenience, we’ve compiled everything you need to know about #13Fest this Saturday. Everything from what you can and cannot bring, BYOB, parking/transport, and more is explained below. If you have any questions, please tweet us: @thenumberfest
ALCOHOL, BYOB, AND THE GREEN CUP CAMPAIGN
-What alcohol is NOT allowed into #13Fest?
You are NOT allowed to bring in anything that contains glass. This includes glass beer bottles and glass liquor bottles. If you attempt to bring them in, they will be confiscated. Absolutely no glass is allowed.
No hard liquor is allowed in either. This includes vodka, whiskey, gin, rum, and so on. 4 Loko IS allowed is the can is unopened.
Lastly, no kegs will be allowed into #13Fest.
-What IS allowed into #13Fest?
You ARE allowed to bring in cans of beer (remember, no bottles) and any accessories you’d like to go with your drinks. This includes plastic cups, coolers, trash bags, ice, and the like.
You are allowed to bring in coolers. Coolers must be your standard size, personal cooler (no chests). You are not allowed to bring a wagon to carry multiple coolers.
With the Green Cup Campaign, we simply ask that you pour your beverages into a cup instead of drinking from a can. That’s it. We will be providing cups on-site for you to use, or you can bring your own if you prefer. If you lose yours, we’ll happily provide you with another one. We ask that you dispose of your cans in one of the many trash bins around the area, or you can bring a trash bag for your “site” so you don’t have to leave your area to throw anything away.
-Is there any alcohol available on sale?
YES! We’ll be serving beer and liquor on site at our cash bar. 5 full bars will be serving alcohol all day, with happy hour specials from 1-4PM.
–Are tickets available at the door?
Yes, GA and VIP tickets will be available at the door. You’ll be able to upgrade your GA ticket to VIP as well.
-Where do I go if my ticket is at will call?
Head to the will call table that will be under the big white tent at the #13Fest entrance. You can’t miss it.
AT THE #FEST
-Is there food and drink available at #13Fest?
YES! We’ll have a variety of food trucks on-site selling delicious food and serving plenty of non-alcoholic drinks. Stay hydrated and full.
-What are the set times for all the artists?
-How can I get to/from #13Fest?
Free shuttles will be transporting people to/from #13Fest. CLICK HERE FOR INFO ON FREE SHUTTLES. You can also
–Can a friend drop me at off at #13Fest?
Short answer: no. Unless you have a VIP Parking Pass or are a #Fest approved shuttle, your car is not allowed on site.
-What’s your policy on throwing cans?
IF YOU THROW A CAN (or anything else in the air) AT #13FEST, YOU WILL GET ARRESTED. This isn’t allowed. It never was. You can cause serious injury to others by doing this. We have stepped up security to make sure this doesn’t happen. Don’t throw cans. You WILL get arrested.
-Do I need my ID to get in?
YES – you will need a driver’s license, regardless of whether you’re over or under 21. #13Fest is 18+.
-Do I need to bring cash?
We would recommend bringing cash so you can get food/drinks during the day, plus you may find some cool stuff at the Merch Market that may not accept cards. If you don’t bring cash or if you run out, we’ll have an ATM on site for you.
-What should I wear?
Whatever you wear will more than likely get dirty and sweaty. Don’t wear anything that you wouldn’t mind getting trashed (just in case). Wear tennis shoes or close-toed shoes; sandals WILL tear your feet up. Outrageous outfits and props are absolutely encouraged.