On our website- here! General Admission (GA) tickets include access to the festival and walk-in camping, but do not allow you to drive into the campground. You can purchase vehicle camping separately. VIP tickets include access to the festival and day parking.
Yes, full-weekend and single-day tickets will be available at the door.
Please note your last chance to purchase tickets before At The Gate (ATG) price is Thursday … at 11:59 pm You can get the advance ticket price… Coming Soon!
Thursday from 10am-11pm
Friday - Saturday from 7am-11pm
Sunday from 7am-7pm
Gates open at 10 am Pacific Time on Thursday for EARLY ENTRY or Pre-Immersion Pass holders. Gates open at 7 am on Friday for everyone else!
You should have received an email from Afton Tickets with your tickets for the 2023 festival. If you need to save your credits for a future year, please email us directly and we will take care of that for you.
You can use the code BHAKTIFAM for a senior/veteran/student discount!
We also offer payment plans for all ticket purchases.
Whether you want to stay on-site in the middle of the action or prefer to rest and recharge off-site, you have options!
If you prefer to bring your car/trailer and camp in a dry camping spot, you'll purchase your vehicle camping pass along with your festival pass.
We have bell tents and hook-up RV spots available for rent. If camping isn’t your style, we recommend one of the many awesome nearby Airbnb or hotels in the desert!
The hi-desert is abundant with beautiful airbnbs and lovely hotels in town if you prefer a more luxurious (and air-conditioned) weekend. Stay in Joshua Tree, Yucca Valley, or 29 Palms, and be only 15-25 minutes away from the festival. The Super 8 in Yucca Valley offers discounts to Bhakti Fest attendees.
Camp on-site in a furnished bell tent or trailer! If you want to reserve a bell tent or trailer, email email@example.com to reserve now. We have limited availability, so don’t wait until they are all sold out!
Yucca Valley and 29 Palms are your nearest towns and are sources for groceries and retail stores like Wal-mart, Home Depot, etc.
Be prepared for anything! In mid-September, highs can be around 90°F and lows average around 66°F.
Taking care of your body is important to enjoying the festival as much as possible. Bring lots of water, a hat, sunscreen, and a scarf or bandana to wet and keep around your neck (don’t underestimate how much that helps!)
We will have water refill stations and areas to cool down on site.
Yes, there is a shower trailer open 24/7 in the campground for campers as well as a single stall COLD shower in the same area to cool off in!
Yes! The Joshua Tree Lake & Campground has a general store on-site to purchase ice and any other supplies you may need. It is located on the West side of the lake.
NO, it is not! This is a fishing lake only and not safe nor suitable for swimming. Please respect the property and refrain from doing so.
We are a substance free event. Please be mindful of this policy and refrain from any drug, alcohol, or tobacco usage on the property.
In case of a medical emergency, inform first aid, security, or staff wearing orange bandanas. The 24/7 first aid booth is situated near the west side of the lake. Staff can be identified by navy blue shirts with “Crew 8 LA” written on them.