FAQ

 

ENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRINT - We are committed to operating our events with eyes wide open environmental consciousness, by limiting single use plastics, collecting recyclables, sustainably packaged beverages, food and more.

COVID POLICY - For God & Country Live will NOT implement a mask or vaccine mandate at our events. The venue, Centennial Center Park Amphitheater, is a city owned park. In the unlikely event that the city owned venue would implement a COVID policy, we would reevaluate whether or not to follow their guidance. We do not anticipate any change in their policy. 

1. What are the festival hours?

          The gates open at 2:00pm. Bands start shortly after 2:00pm and finish at 10:00pm.  

2. Is there a map of the festival area?

          Yes! The festival map is available now under "Maps & Schedules".  The final performance               schedule and vendor detail map will be available here a week before the festival.

3. What can I bring into the festival?

          Folding camp chair (allowed in posted areas only in VIP and General Admission), small                   blanket (allowed in posted areas only), sunscreen, golf-size umbrella or smaller, soft                         backpack, money for food-beverage-merchandise, and a towel if you want to go play on the           splash deck!

4. What is NOT allowed at the festival?

          We do not allow outside beverages, alcohol, drugs, hard coolers, knives larger than pocket               size, fireworks, flying drones, pop up tents, air horns, lasers, camera tripods, frisbees,                       footballs, soccer balls, or bad attitudes.

5. Are there hotels close by?

          Yes tons!  Our official festival host hotel is the award winning Holiday Inn & Suites                           located at 6638 S. Nome Street Centennial, CO 80111.  The hotel is less than a mile away               and we have a special rate for our festival attendees of $109!     

6. Where can I park?

          Check out the "Parking Map" under "Maps & Schedules". There is a main lot at the                           amphitheater that is first come, first served in the unreserved areas.  In addition, there is                   substantial street parking.  There may be parking available at office buildings, but  PLEASE             RESPECT ANY "NO PARKING SIGNAGE".

7. Will there be ATM's available?

          Yes!  We will have an ATM onsite in the vendor area.

8. Is there a minimum age requirement?

          No!  We are a 100% family friendly festival open to all ages! Kids 5 & under are free!

9. Is there exit and re-entry?

          Yes!  Unlike most festivals, we do allow our attendees to exit and re-enter with the proper                 festival credentials so families can go enjoy the amenities at the park!

10. Safety & Medical Info

          South Metro Fire and Paramedics will be on call for the entire festival.  For minor injuries,               check in at the Guest Services tent located just inside the North entrance.

11. What happens if it rains?

          The festival will go on rain or shine, so feel free to bring a rain poncho.  For severe                           inclement weather (Acts of God), the festival reserves the right to delay, adjust, or even                     cancel the schedule as needed.

12. Will there be food?

          Yes!  We will have some of the top food trucks, restaurants, and goody vendors onsite.

13. Is there accessible parking and wheelchair accessible viewing areas?

          Yes!  We have a limited number of both van accessible, and standard accessible spots in the             main parking lot (see parking map) and wheelchair accessible viewing areas on both sides of           the amphitheater. 

14. How can I be a vendor at Hopefest?

          Send us a note on the connect page and we will reach out to you directly with details!

If you have additional questions, please drop us a note on the Connect page