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  • When do Gates open?
    Saturday the gates open at 12pm eastern on August 10th.
  • Will there be Merch for this event?
    Yes, We are working on artwork with our artists as you read this. They will be available at the event in August, and if we have any leftover will be available for purchase on our site a few days after the event.
  • What is the location for Rock4Vets 2024?
    For 2024, (TBD) but Rock4Vets teamed up with the Osceola County Fairgrounds in Evart, Michigan for the 2023 Festival. There is a possibility that we will return to the Osceola County Fairgrounds. *This photo will be updated as more information becomes available.* 101 Recreation Ave Evart, MI 49631
  • Are you taking submissions for 2024?
    We are now accepting submissions! Please Submit your Bands EPK to Last year we had over 350 band submissions. We do listen to all submissions no matter how many monthly listeners!
  • How many days will this event be?
    As of right now, 2023 will be a one day event with Camping available on Saturday, August 12th for an additional charge, see our Eventbrite ticket link for more information. This is subject to change, so keep an eye out for upgrades!
  • Can I bring my animal?
    Please do not bring any animals to this event. Loud noises can frighten animals and create liability issues for both you and us. Service animals are always acceptable.
  • Do I need a parking pass?
    Each camping spot allows for one vehicle to be parked within the campsite. You will need to purchase a parking pass for additional vehicles and/or single vehicles that cannot fit within the camp site. These vehicles will be parked in the overflow parking lot. If your towing vehicle does not fit within your RV campsite, you will be provided a complimentary parking pass for the overflow lot.
  • Can I bring a Chair?
    The fairgrounds has a grandstand, feel free to bring camp chairs for camping. Please do not bring camp chairs into the grandstands area.
  • Can I drive out of the campgrounds and re-enter?
    Once you are parked within the campgrounds, you are not able to drive within the grounds or re-enter the campgrounds once you exit. Do not exit until you are ready to leave the Festival.
  • Campsite outdoor cooking policy
    • All cooking appliances shall bear a certification or listing from a nationally recognized testing or certification organization. • All cooking appliances must utilize propane as the fuel source. No wood, charcoal or flammable/combustible liquid cooking appliances will be permitted. • Only one cooking appliance per campsite shall be permitted. • The maximum amount of propane per campsite shall not exceed 20lbs (i.e. 48lbs of water capacity) • A minimum of 3 feet of clearance shall be maintained at all times while cooking appliance is in use. No combustible material shall be within 3 feet of the cooking appliance. • Cooking appliances, while in use, shall not be left unattended. • No butane • No isobutane • No alcohol stoves
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