General Information

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Rally Your Church & Friends

Get Your Church Behind You… Accountability is good! If you are going as a church group, we assume your pastor is already in agreement with the trip. Why not take a Sunday night or part of a Sunday Morning, with their permission, and talk about the Festival. You could show some pictures and part of the promotional video, and use the opportunity to get the congregation behind you in prayer. You never know, it may spark a few more folks to want to join you and it will open the door for more people to come to Jesus. After the Festival, get permission to share all God did while you were gone. It will thrill everyone and bring excitement to the church!

Lodging

Replenish Festival offers camping, but for those of you who do not like to camp, the surrounding area offers many options for lodging. 
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Check-In

You must be 18 or over to check in the festival. Anyone under the age of 18 must be with a parent or a guardian or youth pastor. READ MORE

What to Bring

Your ticket, pen and notebook, sleeping bag, tent or camper, flashlight, cooking supplies, buckets, BIBLE, READ MORE

Alcoholic Beverages

Alcoholic beverages are absolutely NOT permitted on the festival grounds. READ MORE

Campfires

Camp Fires are NOT ALLOWED at the festival due to the geographics of the festival grounds. READ MORE

Fireworks

Fireworks No fireworks may be brought onto the grounds. 

Sports Activities

Sports Activities Please confine athletic activities to areas not congested by people. 

Ice

Ice Bags of ice are available on site for purchase. 

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Literature Distribution

Literature distribution is only permitted from official booths located in the booth area, regardless of the type of literature. Please understand that this rule will be strictly enforced. 

Trash

Please help keep the grounds clean by picking up any trash that you spot and deposit it in the nearest trash can. Please report any overflowing trash cans to the information tent. 

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Lost & Found

All lost and found items should be taken to and retrieved from the Festival’s Lost and Found location (at the Will Call tent)! Any valuable items such as cameras, phones, jewelry, glasses, medication, and/or keys will be kept at the Will Call tent until retrieved. It would be helpful to have your name on your valuable items!  

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Program Cancellations

Occasionally, due to illness or some other reason, a speaker or musician may have to cancel or change the time of their appearance. The Festival does not guarantee that the program will happen as advertised, and reserves the right to make changes and substitutions, as it deems best. 

Photography

Regular cameras are permitted at the festival. However, any professional camera equipment including tripods, cameras with removable lenses are not. READ MORE

Lost Children

Lost children should be taken to the nurses station so management can find their parents or guardians. Please keep children beside you at all times when groups are on stage. READ MORE

Dress Code

Leaders, Chaperones and Parents: We need your help in enforcing this policy – our staff cannot do it alone! MODESTY is the key word. READ MORE

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Suggestion Box

Suggestion Box Located at the main festival office trailer. Your input is greatly valued.  

Lodging

Replenish Festival offers camping, but for those of you who do not like to camp, the surrounding area offers many options for lodging. Places to stay if you don’t like camping:

If you are camping, keep in mind it may be CAMPING with hundreds possibly thousands of other people; you may forget a few things and the people camping beside you may forget a few things. Be like a Boy Scout: BE PREPARED! One of the first things you should do is organize a composite list of things you need as a ‘camp site’ and what all you may need as ‘individuals’. Camping is available for all ticket holders on a first come first served basis for individuals or groups; however, only pre-registered groups (15+ or more adults) registering together on the same form for the entire event will be pre-assigned a location. Individuals will be assigned a location when they arrive at the festival. The festival is an outdoor event and everyone should come with some type of shelter in case of rain. No one will be allowed on the premises before Saturday at 12pm (unless serving on staff). Showers and porta-johns are provided. Water is available on the premises for drinking and wash basins. There are no individual electric or water hookups for campers. We do not have an exact measurement for each camping space. We customize it based on the cars, tents, camper and/or supplies you bring to the festival. 

Checkin

Check-in: You must be 18 or over to check in the festival. Anyone under the age of 18 must be with a parent or a guardian or youth pastor. Give the staff member at the Will Call tent your pre-ordered ticket. He or she will give you a wrist band that must be worn at all times during the festival. If you damage your wrist band during the festival go to the will call tent to receive a new wrist band but bring the old one with you or your pre-ordered ticket. Tickets purchased at the gate can be purchased with cash, debit, or credit card. Check-in gate will open at 12pm on Saturday.

What to Bring

 What to bring: Your ticket, pen and notebook, sleeping bag, tent or camper, flashlight, cooking supplies, buckets, BIBLE, wash basin, umbrella, toothpaste, toothbrush, soap, towels, insect repellent, money, sunglasses, hat, sweater, sleeping bag, clothes and blanket.

Alcoholic Beverages

Alcoholic beverages are absolutely NOT permitted on the festival grounds. Anyone found under the influence of or in possession of such will be escorted off the property and/or turned over to the law enforcement officials. There will be law enforcement officials on the festival grounds at all time. e.

Campfires

Camp Fires are NOT ALLOWED at the festival due to the geographics of the festival grounds. The grounds are in a valley & smoke from the campfires will lay low in the valley and make it difficult to breathe. There will be a bon fire at the top of a hill for everyone to enjoy, started, and controlled by staff on Saturday night. 

Photography

 

Photography Regular cameras are permitted at the festival. However, any professional camera equipment including tripods, cameras with removable lenses are not. Photos must be taken from where ever you will be standing/sitting during the performances… no special passes will be issued. Also, video-taping of an entire performance is prohibited. This is agreed upon by the festival and the performing artists to protect the artists’ rights. Thank you for your cooperation. Photographers and videographers will be on site to document the Festival. Many of these images will be used in the future for promotional purposes. By attending the Festival, you are giving up any rights you might have with regards to these photos and will be deemed as having given permission for use of the same. This includes but is not limited to Photos, video and audio. As the attendee, you grant the Festival, its employees, contractors, and all media the right to record, film, tape, and photograph for the purposes of promotion and media coverage for the festival. This will include all forms of media including but not limited to broadcast, print, email and website usage.

Lost Children

 

Lost children should be taken to the nurses station so management can find their parents or guardians. Please keep children beside you at all times when groups are on stage. There are lots of activities for children, and they must be accompanied by at least one adult at all times. Never let a child sleep on the ground while music groups are on stage… especially at night! The creek that runs through the property is deep in some places. Children can fall in and drown. Please choose shallow areas if your child wants to play in the creek. Parents must stay with their children while playing in the creek.

Dress Code

 

Leaders, Chaperones and Parents: We need your help in enforcing this policy – our staff cannot do it alone! MODESTY is the key word. While the style and fashion these days seems to be “less is best,” we do not want to be guilty of causing another person to stumble. Girls: Bathing suits are NOT permitted, except in the showers. Clothes must be put on over your bathing suit for the walk back to your campsite from the showers. Tank tops are fine but bellies must be covered (even though the fashion now is to show it off). Shorts and/or skirts need to be long enough and shirts big enough. Guys are not exempt from the dress code: SHIRTS MUST be worn by all at all time