Vaccination required to attend, subject to change
Placerville, Calif.- The iconic Hangtown Music Festival in Placerville, an energized Halloween themed adventure caps off each year’s festival season has recently announced health protocols for this year’s event.
Proof of vaccine will be required for entry to the event at this time. A final decision will be made closer to the event based on community health conditions. The following information has been released.
Due to the current Delta variant surge, the festival has decided (for now) to require proof of vaccination for all staff, patrons, vendors and volunteers who attend Hangtown. It is our hope, based on projections, that the surge will be over by Hangtown, which would allow us to require either vaccination or testing for entry, but that decision can’t be made until we are closer to the event. We will keep you posted as the situation changes. Any refund and/or transfer requests due to the vaccination requirement will be considered after a final decision is made about this policy.
Proof of vaccination
Proof of full vaccination (two weeks after last dose) for adults 18+ will be required to access the fairgrounds. Minors between 5 and 17 will need to provide proof of negative covid test within 48 hours of entry OR proof of full vaccination (two weeks after last dose). 4 and under no test required.
Masking is required in indoor spaces. We encourage you to spread out as much as possible and use your best judgment on masking in outdoor settings. Outdoors and fresh air are safer, but if you can’t distance, please wear your mask.
Hand sanitizers and hand wash stations will be plentiful around the festival site. We encourage frequent hand washing and sanitizing.
We are changing the configuration of the vendors in the back of the meadow to increase access to the hill facing the stage for more viewing opportunities. In the campground, please be respectful of your neighbors and keep each other safe.
For more information and the latest updates, please visit http://hangtownfestival.com/health-and-safety/
This year’s event takes place October 21-24, 2021 at El Dorado County Fairgrounds with Railroad Earth, GOv’t Mule, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Galactic, Leftover Salmon, Royal Jelly Jive and more!