Address: 5305 Santiago Canyon Road, Silverado, CA 92676
Don’t Get Lost: Please enter the venue’s full address into your smartphone navigation system – Look for signs for Oak Canyon Park and Woogie Weekend.
Gate & Box Office
Everyone will need to stop at the Box Office to pick up their wristband and vehicle passes. You will need a valid form of photo ID that matches the name associated with your order to pick up wristband(s) and vehicle passes.
The Box Office and Will Call are located on site. Upon arrival to the festival, look for signs directing you where to go.
No one will be admitted into the festival while the box office and gate are closed!
Box office & Gate Hours:
Friday 12pm – 11pm
Saturday 10am – 11pm
Sunday 10am – 9pm
Campground closes Monday at 12pm
Photo Credit: Daniel Zetterstrom
New Campground Location – Due to a change in Oak Canyon Park’s land use agreement, the campgrounds have been moved alongside the festival grounds. See the map here.
Safari Saturday – Hold your human hostage and unleash your inner animal! You know our Woogie dancefloor can be a zoo, so why not embrace it?. Ears, feathers, furry tails, onesies and costumes are all encouraged! See you party animals on the dance floor.
Wiggie Sunday Funday – Brush and fluff your favorite wig, put the champagne on ice and get ready for the weirdest, wildest Sunday Funday the Woogie World has ever seen. That’s right! On Sunday we’ll don our wildest hairdos with wigs of all shapes, sizes, and colors. If you aint wigging out, you aint doing it right…
First Annual Woogie Water Balloon Fight – Happening Saturday & Sunday at 5pm near the Hive Stage Bar hosted by the lovely ladies of Bijoulette.
Art Walk – Woogie Weekend is hosting a Sunday evening art walk and auction for the first time ever! Similar to LIB’s art walk, patrons can browse the amazing pieces of art that were created during the weekend and have the chance to bid on a piece with the hopes of taking it home with you! Prints will also be available to purchase on-site. Happening 7-10pm on Sunday at Woogie Weekend.
Photo Credit: Daniel Zetterstrom
Need to know info!
1. Picking Up Your Wristbands
Everyone will need to stop at the on-site box office upon arrival to pick up their wristbands, vehicle passes. Festival and vehicle passes will also be available for purchase.
Please be sure to have the following upon arriving at the box office:
Printed ticket – please have your ticket printed out and ready when you arrive. The name on your ticket isn’t required to match your ID, however ticket barcodes only scan once and after that can no longer be used to get a wristband.
Government Issued ID – PLEASE bring your California or government issued ID, as it is required to receive your wristband. No ifs, ands or buts – sorry kids!
After The Box Office…
Keep Your Wristband On At All Times – Everyone in your vehicle must have a wristband properly applied on their LEFT wrist prior to arriving. You will not be allowed onto the festival entrance road without your wristband properly applied to your wrist.
2. Open Flames
Due to the CA state drought / high fire risk all open flame including campfires, charcoal grills and lanterns are not allowed at Woogie Weekend. On the other hand, Enclosed Propane stoves are permitted for meals in the designated camping areas. In addition, there will be several delicious food vendors onsite to keep you fueled and fed. Thanks for your cooperation and understanding!
3. No In’s and Out’s For Car Campers
Car camping vehicles are not permitted to drive in and out of the festival once they’ve entered the campgrounds. Upon exiting the campgrounds, car camping passes will be removed by campground staff. If you need to leave the festival early, but plan to return, please park in the general parking lots for easy, painless departures.
4. You Are Responsible For Taking Your Trash Home
Woogie Weekend is a “Leave it Better, Leave it Beautiful” event. All campers MUST TAKE THEIR CAMPSITE’S TRASH OUT WITH THEM WHEN THEY LEAVE. This isn’t the kind of festival where you trash the place and rely on festival staff to pick it up for you. Monitoring and reducing waste creates awareness and encourages us to take care of the communities we live in and the planet we live on. The best way to do this is to plan ahead and bring as little trash as possible.
5. Limited Cell Service
The venue’s cell reception only works for certain carriers, some of the time – If you’re planning on camping with friends, we recommend scouting a camping spot on the map or deciding on a meeting spot prior to arriving onsite.
6. Free Water
In an effort to reduce the amount of plastic waste at Woogie Weekend, we will not be selling individual bottles of water within or around the festival. Instead there will be several filtered water stations located throughout the grounds where you can refill your reusable bottles and canteens.
Don’t have a reusable bottle or canteen? Pre-order your official Woogie Weekend water bottle here and pick it up at the merch booth when you arrive!
7. Protect Yourself Against the Elements
Temperatures are projected to be in the low 80’s during the day, with zero chance of rain as of now (wahoo!). Don’t forget hats, sunglasses and your sunblock either! This event will go on rain or shine, so in the rare case of rain, we advise camps come prepared with EZ Ups, shade structures, and waterproof tarps for optimal comfort and sleep time.
8. Campground Showers
Cost – $7 cash only please & Hours:
Saturday – 7am – 7pm
Sunday – 7am – 7pm
Monday – 7am – 12pm
9. Exiting Woogie Weekend
Everyone must leave Woogie Weekend by 12pm on Monday, 7/11. You don’t have to go home, but ya can’t stay here 🙂
Free Form Camping – The tent and car camping areas at Woogie Weekend are free form, meaning we don’t block out camping spots, we just fill people in where they fit.
Bring Only What You Need – We are counting on each of you to help us save space and only use as much as you need.
Keep It Compact – Make friends with your neighbors, and help eliminate wasted space between sites. Share the land by aiming to keep your site within the recommended parameters for every 2 people in your camp.
Don’t Camp On The Roads – There will be roads and fire lanes in the campgrounds, do not build your camp in any of them or you will be asked to move.
No Land Grabbing – If you want to camp with your friends please be sure to arrive with them, you will not be allowed to save large plots of land for people that are arriving later than you.
No In & Outs For Car Campers – There is no coming and going throughout the weekend – once you are parked, you’re parked (both your car and your tent). Please plan accordingly.
Photo Credit: Daniel Zetterstrom
- YES Good vibes
- YES Backpacks
- YES Cameras
- YES Alcohol. A reasonable amount for personal consumption
- YES Coolers in campgrounds
- YES Following our simple rules to make this a better place
- NO Fireworks, fire tools or fire lanterns
- NO Charcoal grills or Propane Stoves
- NO Public nudity
- NO Sound systems
- NO Dogs/pets
- NO Illegal drugs/substances
- NO Weapons of any kind!
- NO Kegs
- NO Coolers in festival grounds
- NO Glass bottles or glass containers outside of campgrounds
Keep your beer and alcohol back at camp! There will be no alcohol permitted within the inner festival grounds where the stages, games and activities will be held.
Cooking, Grilling & Campfires
Due to the CA state drought / high fire risk all open flame including propane stoves/lanterns and charcoal grills are not allowed at Woogie Weekend. There will be several delicious food vendors on site for your snacking pleasure. Thanks for your cooperation and understanding!
Navigating Through The Campsites
All of the streets within the campgrounds will be named so you can coordinate with your friends to find out where you want to camp. There is limited cell phone service at this venue so meeting up may be difficult.
Trash In Campgrounds
Woogie Weekend is a “Leave it Better, Leave it Beautiful” event. All attendees will be required to take their trash out with them and help us leave the venue better than when we arrived.This isn’t the kind of festival where you trash the place and rely on festival staff to pick it up for you. We are trying to create awareness and encourage people to take care of the communities that they live in and the planet they live on. The best way to do this is to plan ahead and bring as little trash as possible.
Car Camping / RV Camping
If you purchased a car camping pass that means that you have the ability to bring your car into the campgrounds and have it with you at your camp. There is not a separate area for the RV campground or for people with car camping passes.
Camping w/ Festival Passes
All Festival Passes include tent camping to the festival. What this means is that you will park your car in the general parking lot and walk to the campgrounds.
Packing List & Tips
- Reusable h2o Bottle (get one here!)
- ID & Cash (cash is preferred to avoid signal reception issues with credit card payments)
- Swim Suit (for the slip ‘n slide!)
- Sun Protection – Hats, Sunglasses, Sunblock
- Ear Plugs – for hearing protection & sleeping
- Your printed out tickets from Eventbrite
- Trash Containers/Bags – pack it in, pack it out
- Head Lamp & Extra Batteries
- Wagon or Cart
- Ice for your Cooler
- Yoga Mat (morning yoga daily)
- Safari Saturday costumes and attire
- Your favorite wig to Woogie down on Wiggie Sunday
Photo Credit: Daniel Zetterstrom
Headdresses & Cultural Appropriation
Taking off the headdress is about respecting the realities faced by Native Peoples today.
Native peoples are still here, fighting for basic human & religious rights, and for respect. But because the majority of society learns about Native cultures in textbooks, cartoons, and movies, the realities they face and even their existence remains invisible. At Halloween, “Indian costumes” are sold alongside Spiderman, mermaids, and fictional characters. Many of us grew up playing cowboys and indians or watching sports that have indian mascots. These experiences support the entitlement of non-native people to reenact our storybook versions of exotic, romanticized stereotypes (noble savage, warriors, pristine environmentalists, shamans or magic indians). It is a kind of American Indian image painted by white oppressors. So sporting that headdress means being a walking representative of 500+ years of colonialism and racism, perpetuating stereotypes that native people have been fighting against for just as long.
By attending Woogie Weekend you consent to being filmed and or photographed, whereas your image, voice, and likeness may be used by Do LaB for Festival promotional purposes.
Any photography or video taken at the Festival, whether in digital or analog format, is subject to a mandatory, non-exclusive license to Do LaB for use in promotional purposes.
Any artwork or performances sponsored by the Festival or taking place on Festival grounds is also subject to a mandatory, non-exclusive license to Do LaB for use in promotional purposes.
Featured Photo Credit: Daniel Zetterstrom