Timber! Outdoor Music Festival Guests!
Thank you so much for taking part in the first ever Timber! Outdoor Music Festival. Thanks to you we have started what will no doubt become a great new summer tradition. This email contains all of the information you need to know about Timber! Please read this carefully and even print it out. It will help you properly prepare for the Festival.
Tickets AND CAMPSITES AVAILABLE– There are still a limited number of tickets available and they are bound to sell out. Puchase tickets by visiting http://bit.ly/timbertickets
ALL PREMIUM CAMPSITES AND YURTS ARE SOLD OUT!
How to Get to Tolt-MacDonald Park.
Address: NE 40th Street, Carnation WA, 98014
a. Take WA 520 East for 6 miles
b. Then take the WA 202/Redmond Way exit and stay right following signs for WA-202 E/Sammamish and continue onto WA-202 E for 7.7 miles
c. In 7.7 miles take a slight left onto NE Tolt Hill Rd and follow for 3.2 miles
d. Turn Left onto WA-203/Tolt Ave
e. Follow signs into the park, which will be on your left!
King County Parks will charge $15 per car to park at King County’s Tolt-MacDonald Park unless you have purchased premium camping that includes parking (RV camping, Drive in Camping, Camper Van/Small Trailer Parking). PARKING IS CASH ONLY so please be prepared with cash in hand and know that 100% of the profits from your parking fee go to support King County Parks. WE HIGHLY ENCOURAGE CARPOOLING! Not only is it good for the planet, it will save you money and create space for everyone
a. Check in time is 12noon on Friday July 26th
b. Check out time is 12noon on Sunday July 28th
When you arrive at Tolt-MacDonald Park you will first meet a parking attendant who will collect your parking fee and direct you to the parking area. If you purchased RV camping, Premium Drive-in camping, or Trailer/Camper van camping, please let the attendant know as they will have your name on hand and will direct you to your specific parking area.Once parked, make your way to the check-in area located near the walking bridge west of the main parking area to collect your festival passes and “tent tags”. From there you will be directed to your campsite.We will have volunteers on hand to help you move camping items to your campsite. If you’re camping on the west side of the bridge (Yurts, Premium West Side, Premium Waterfront and a small number of General Festival Camping) there will be small carts available to help you haul your items to your campsites.ARRIVE EARLY! Take Friday off work and arrive early! Not only will it give those of you in General or Quiet camping areas first dibs on your campsite, it will also allow to get set up and relaxed well before the music begins!
What to Bring to Timber!
a. Clothing – Come prepared to camp in the Northwest! Bring layers and prepare for rain. The festival will happen rain or shine so be prepared.
b. Vision – Bring a flashlight and sunglasses so you will be covered when it is too bright or not bright enough.
c. Mosquitos – Timber! Outdoor Music Festival takes place in a heavily wooded area along a river. We recommend preparing by bringing bug spray and bug deterrents of your choice.
d. Shoes – Expect to walk through dirt, gravel and over wooden walking bridges at Timber so plan your footwear accordingly
What NOT to Bring to Timber!
a. Outside Alcohol
King County Park rules state that no outside alcohol is allowed in the park. We ask that guests follow this rule and leave their alcohol at home. Beer and wine will be on sale Friday and Saturday.
1. If you are over 21, please bring valid id. Carry it with you any time you may want to drink.
2. The festival grounds will be fenced with entry through a check point and we cannot allow anyone to bring in outside alcohol. Even after you have been checked, please expect to be checked again, and again.
b. Dogs/Cats and other animals – For the safety and comfort of our guests, dogs and pets will not be permitted at the park during Timber! Outdoor Music Festival.c. Fireworks, Firearms, Drugs, Etc.- No fireworks, firearms or drugs are allowed at Tolt-Macdonald Park.
CLICK HERE for a MAP OF TIMBER FESTIVAL GROUNDS – arh_timber13_map_0715
Campfires & Cooking
Every Premium Accommodation has a fire pit and guests in those accommodations are welcome to have campfires in them. WE WILL HAVE WOOD FOR SALE at our general store so there is no need to haul in wood.**** Due to King County Fire regulations there are no open flames allowed in the General or or Quiet Camping areas. You are allowed to cook in any of the BBQ pits or fire rings located by the covered shelters.
For those of you camping in the General or Quiet camping areas, please know that the amount of space between tents will be about 2 feet per tent. Set up camp expecting to have your neighbors within that proximity of your camp. Be respectful to your neighbors and please keep noise to a minimum after hours. If you need to socialize while others may be sleeping, there are plenty of places you can walk to that are nice and away from campers.
Water – Thanks to our friends at Klean Kanteen, there will be fresh water drinking stations throughout the park during the festival. PLEASE DO NOT BRING BOTTLED WATER. We are trying to keep this as plastic free as possible! Bring your refillable water bottles and stay hydrated.
BEER and WINE
Sierra Nevada is the official beer of Timber! Outdoor Music Festival. We’re also excited to partner with KLEAN KANTEEN to provide special reusable commeorative stainless steel pint glasses. That’s right, you can help keep our Festival green and take home a commemorative Timber! pint glass. Not to mention you’ll save a bundle on beer over the weekend with our special refill deal!
KLEAN KANTEEN Pint Glass (first beer included) – $15.00
KLEAN KANTEEN Pint Glass Refills – $4.00
Regular Beer Price – $6.00
What a deal! If you purchase your commemorative stainless steel pint glass, not only will you paid for it in savings after 5 pints, you’ll be able to take it home with you and bring it back next year.
Piccola Cellars is our official wine! $5.00 a glass all weekend long!
Cash – Bring cash! Beer, wine, sodas, juices, food and merchandise sold in the Main Stage Area will be cash only. There will be ATMs on site, but planning ahead will make things easier for everyone.
Trash – Like any good camper, try to follow the LEAVE NO TRACE backpacker motto and pack out what you pack in. Bring your own trash bag to dispose of your trash at the end of the festival. Help us by going a step further – if you see something on the ground that didn’t grow there, please pick it up and put it in the nearest bin. We’re all in this together!Food – Food vendors will be located in the Yurt Area on the west side of the bridge on Friday and near the main stage on Saturday. Breakfast will be served at the foot of the walking bridge on the east side of the bridge each morning.
Go Shopping In Carnation! –
Local retailers have everything you need from groceries to hardware! When you visit local businesses, be sure to tell them you are there for Timber! Outdoor Music Festival. Help us show some love to the great community of Carnation. These local and family owned businesses have been great partners and are excited to have us! Visit http://carnationchamber.com/
to see a list of local businesses.
Photos and Blogging – Wireless networks have a very strong signal at Tolt-Macdonald Park. So feel free to shoot photos and hashtag #Timberfest when posting them on Instagram or Twitter. If you feel so inclined to post your photos on flickr or write a blog about us, shoot us a message on Facebook after the festival to let us know. We’d love to share it!Timber! Outdoor Music Festival
Merchandise – There will be some great Timber merchandise on sale at our general store. The store is located on the west side of the walking bridge towards your right as you make your way towards the main stage. We’ll have t-shirts for toddlers and adults alike as well as hoodies, trucker hats and free stickers.
Final Comments and Requests
a. Have a great time folks.
b. While you’re at Timber, if you see something that needs improvement or someone that needs help, please help us out if you are able. We’re all in this together!
c. RESPECT THE NEIGHBORS – We love the city and people of Carnation. Please remember that we are all guests in their town and to be courteous to the locals while there. We hope for this to be a tradition for years to come and it’s important that we all work together to be a positive event for the people in Carnation.
Communication: If you need to talk to us between now and your arrival:
Email – Any questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org (or shoot us a message on our Facebook page)