faq

Frequently Asked Questions

  • No unauthorized vending, sampling, or petitioning
  • No outside food or beverages
  • Drink responsibly and make sure your group has a designated driver.
  • This is a family festival. Please remember to use appropriate behavior and refrain from inappropriate language.
  • Don’t leave children unattended.
  • Get comfy – feel free to bring blankets and lawn chairs for the grass to enjoy the entertainment.

Along the Boulder Creek from 9th Street to 14th Street between Canyon Blvd and Arapahoe Ave.

Entry is free! We want to keep this a community festival with access to everyone.

  • Saturday – 10am-9pm, Exhibitor booths close at 7pm
  • Sunday – 10am-9pm, Exhibitor booths close at 7pm
  • Monday – 10am-7pm, Exhibitor booths close at 5pm

Water bottle refill stations will be available within the festival. Please bring a refillable water bottle with you.

See our Getting here page for more information. We encourage biking and walking to the festival.

All concerts and performances are free!

The schedule will be posted in the spring. See updates here.

Absolutely! The majority of the event is on hardscape and sidewalks. Please be aware that there is some grass and uneven ground in parts of the event.

  • Outside Food or Drink.
  • Alcoholic beverages, glass bottles, coolers, picnic baskets, carry-ins of any type (we reserve the right to search bags upon entry).
  • Refillable water bottles must be emptied upon entry.
  • Drugs or paraphernalia, including cannabis products of any kind.
  • Kites, frisbees, balls, or other sports equipment.
  • Scooters, skateboards, or inline skates.
  • Firearms, weapons, contraband, or laser pointers.
  • Please park bicycles at designated bike parking only

PSA – It’s hot and crowded, please do not bring your dog to the event. However, well behaved leashed dogs are allowed within the festival with the exception of the Farmer’s Market. 

Apply on our Vendor page. We have several categories of exhibitors and vendors.

The Boulder Creek Festival could not happen without the help of our community and army of volunteers. For more information on shifts, activities and perks see our Volunteer Application.

There will be a variety of food from carnival standbys to healthy favorites at the festival. See the Food page for full list.

Beer, wine and spirits are available at the festival for purchase in several areas. Please drink responsibly.