Frequently Asked Questions

Can I bring my dog?

No, animals will not be permitted on the festival site. Service animals will be permitted.

 

Can we leave and come back?

Yes you can. We encourage you to visit our downtown businesses and enjoy the buskers performing there.

 

Are concerts cancelled when it is raining?

Concerts are expected to go on rain or shine.

 

Are there accessible accommodations for spectators?

People with disabilities are welcome to attend our event. The venue is wheelchair-accessible, however due to the ground’s natural terrain; it can be difficult to manoeuvre a wheelchair.

 

We have a small pad where wheelchairs are able to be properly placed.

 

Collapsible lawn chairs are permitted throughout the site and we encourage those who may have difficulty standing for long periods to bring them. We also provide a shady area with chairs.

 

Service animals will be permitted.

 

Are there hotels in the area?

There are a limited amount of Bed and Breakfasts in the area.

Rough camping is available on site.

Please see our “Food and Lodging” on our “Plan your Visit” page.

Where can I leave my bicycle?

There is an area in front of the arena where bicycles can be locked up.

Please remember that Almonte Celtfest accepts no liability for personal property damage while you are on the grounds.

 

Where can I park my car/van/truck?

There is limited on-site parking but we have designated parking areas throughout the town.

 

Will there be an ATM machine available?

There is an ATM machine in the arena as well as one beside the food trucks.

 

Will there be a First Aid station?

We have a First Aid station near the main stage with trained people ready to help.

 

What should I do if I or someone with me becomes ill?

Please speak to the closest Celtfest volunteer who will be pleased to assist you or present yourself at the information booth or first aid tent for assistance.

 

What environmental accommodations do you have at Celtfest?

We have refillable water bottle stations and recycling bins throughout the park.