Entertainment

View gate times, stage schedules, and activities for the kids.

Gate Times

Stages

Eclipse Viewing Party

On Monday, August 21, Oregon will experience a total eclipse—the first one since 1979. Lucky for you, it’s crossing straight over Brownsville! In light of this special occasion, we’re holding a viewing party!

KidZone

Maps & Directions

Know where to go! Find all your travel, camping and venue maps here.

Traveling from the North

Best Alternate Route
Take Hwy 34 E / Exit 228. Travel 1/4 mile East on Hwy 34 to 7 Mile Lane, turn Right (South). After turning onto 7 Mile Lane, follow the continual signage and flaggers to Brownsville Road, then to Kirk Ave., which then turns into Northern Road. Northern Road connects with Hwy 228 just east of the event location. It is 21.5 miles after turning off of I-5 to the Festival Grounds.

Other Routes
You can take 99E from Albany, Highway 20 or 34 through Lebanon and Sweet Home, or you can drive I-5 South all the way to the Brownsville exit. I-5 is generally the highest traffic route and takes more time.

Traveling from the South

Best Alternate Route
Take I-5 to Hwy 105. Take the exit for Marcola Road, follow Marcola Road to Hwy 228. Take Hwy 228 to venue.

Other Routes
You can take 99E through Junction City to 228 or Marcola Road up to 228 from the East. You can drive I-5 North all the way to the Brownsville exit. This route has the heaviest traffic and takes more time.

Festing with Kids

Find activities for the kids, safety tips and more.

KidZone

Safety & Comfort

Children's Tickets

Festival Rules

Do's and don'ts of the 2017 BWCMF.

Safety & Courtesy

The Festival rules provide guidelines to make the weekend safe and enjoyable for everyone. You agree to these rules when you buy tickets to the event. We, as organizers of the event, will hold fans responsible for appropriate behavior during the Festival.

Alcohol Policy

Our goal is not to limit your fun, but to allow everyone the opportunity to enjoy themselves.

Safety Measures, Quiet Time and Alcohol Policy will be enforced by BWCMF Security and the Linn County Deputies. Unfortunately, Festival-goers that choose to disregard the rules for alcohol consumption and reasonable behavior will lose their privilege to camp or be on the property.

What Can I Bring In?

What's Prohibited?

General Information

Learn about accessibility, seating, cashless payment and more.

Accessibility

Seating

Festival Grounds

Cashless Payment

Alcohol

Find service hours, scrip information and read our alcohol policy.

Beer & Wine Service

Alcohol Policy

Our goal is not to limit your fun, but to allow everyone the opportunity to enjoy themselves.

Safety Measures, Quiet Time and Alcohol Policy will be enforced by BWCMF Security and the Linn County Deputies. Unfortunately, Festival-goers that choose to disregard the rules for alcohol consumption and reasonable behavior will lose their privilege to camp or be on the property.

Tickets & Passes

Where they go, what they do.

Wristband Issues

Cashless Payment

Special Passes

Camping

Find general information, rules and camper services.

General Information

Services

Rules