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JULY
4 & 5

2014
10 - 6 each day
West Point
on the ENO
Durham City Park
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ADMISSION

 

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Pricing:

$20 per day / $30 2-day pass

Teen Tickets (age 13 through 17) only $10 (in advance or at gate)

Children (12 and under): Admitted free.

Single day tickets are good for any one day!

Payment: We accept credit cards for advance sales online, but not at most advance ticket outlets or at the gate.

Volunteers attend the Festival for free! See the Free Admission section for more details.

Advance Tickets are on sale through June 28th online and at our advance ticket outlets.

For more information, email festival@enoriver.org or call 919-620-9099 ext 203.

ADVANCE TICKET OUTLETS

Tickets available June 1st through June 28

 

 

 

Apex.....................................The Bicycle Chain

Burlington
..........................Smitty's Homemade Ice Cream\

Carrboro
............................Townsend Bertram & Company
..............................................Clean Machine

Cary.....................................WholeFoods Market

Chapel Hill.........................WholeFoods Market
...............................................The Bicycle Chain
...............................................Great Outdoor Provision Company

Durham
...............................Regulator Bookshop 
...............................................WholeFoods Market 
...............................................High Strung
...............................................The Bicycle Chain

Hillsborough
.....................Purple Crow Books
..................................... Weaver Street Market

Raleigh
................................WholeFoods Markets
...............................................Schoolkids Records
..............................................The Bicycle Chain
..............................................Great Outdoor Provision Company


Alcohol No alcohol may be brought into the the Festival for the Eno. Coolers are subject to inspection. The Sweetwater Beer Garden is open 11am till 5pm at the McCown Mangum house and offers a variety of cold craft brews on tap.
Bicycles

Bicycling to the Festival is a great idea!

The Durham County Stadium Lot is at the end of the beautiful greenway that goes from Northgate Park, past the Brontosauras, and right to Stadium Drive. Here's a link to Durham's bicycle map: http://durhamnc.gov/ich/op/dot/Pages/Durham-Bike--Hike-Map.aspx

Bike Racks provided by the DBPAC will be conveniently located next to the ticket booth at the "Home" (Noth) lot

  If you choose to ride to the Festival site itself you can lock up your bikes along the fence just beside the Big Top Tent.

Camping

No camping is allowed at the Festival site of West Point on the Eno, a Durham City Park, but tent and primitive camping is allowed at the Eno River State Park (about 8 miles away).

Call the State Park Office for more info at 919-383-1686; additional area camping info is available from the Durham Convention and Visitors Bureau at 1-800-446-8604.

Contact Contact us at Festival at EnoRiver dot org or call 919-620-9099 ext 203.
Coolers Coolers are allowed at the Festival, but may be checked for alcohol, which is not allowed.
Directions
& Parking

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The Festival for the Eno is located at West Point on the Eno City Park on 5101 North Roxboro Road in Durham, North Carolina 27704 (marked with a circled "F" on the map at the bottom of the page). We offer convenient, free parking at Durham County Stadium on Duke Street (marked with a purple "P" on the map at the bottom of the page), about one mile north of I-85. The address of the Durham County Stadium is 2700 North Duke Street, Durham NC 27704. You may look up the stadium here at Google Maps.

If you are coming to attend the Festival, please use use our ample acreage of free parking at Durham County Stadium and ride a free, air-conditioned shuttle bus to the gate. 

Leaving your car at Riverview Shopping Center across the street from West Point subjects you to towing.

Limited parking is available on-site for our performers and for the disabled.

Shuttle buses run continuously to and from the Festival from 9:30 am until 6:30 pm Friday and Saturday.

Plan your trip on public transportation,including DATA, Chapel Hill Transit, and Triangle Transit, from anywhere in the Triangle using GoTriangle's convenient trip planner. DATA stop #5127, Seven Oaks Rd. at Riverside Shopping Center is closest to the Festival. Be sure to check your local transit schedules for holiday and weekend schedule changes. Call 919-485-RIDE for live help.

Bike valet parking by Durham BPAC available at the South Parking lot. Bike maps from the City of Durham.

Dogs

We love animals, but strongly advise against bringing dogs to the Festival.

Dogs are allowed on leashes up to 6' at the Festival, but are not allowed on the buses.

If you must bring your pet, please remember to ensure his or her health and safety by providing ample water.

Remember to show respect to your fellow Festival-goers by cleaning up after your pet.

Free Admission

Volunteers are needed before, during, and after the Festival for everything from ticket and drink booth sales to facepainting to recycling collection. Our Volunteer page has more information about the Festival's different volunteer opportunities.

You earn your admission on the day you work and meet new friends by helping to produce the Triangle's longest running, most prestigious Independence Day celebration.

To sign up to volunteer for the Festival or for further information, contact our volunteer coordinator, Christy, at 919-620-9099 ext 205 or e-mail volunteer@enoriver.org.

Group Tickets
Email or call the Festival office at 919-620-9099 ext 203 to discuss discount purchases of ten or more tickets or other special needs.
Handicapped
Accessibility


The Festival is located in West Point on the Eno-Durham City Park, a 300 acre natural setting. 

All areas of the Festival are accessable, but assistance may be required in some places due to the uneven nature of gravel and dirt paths. 

Several accessable restrooms are available.

Schedule
Check this website for updates on schedules of special events and demonstrations, and click the music link at the top of the page for stage performances at the upcoming Festival for the Eno. 
Trash-Free The Festival's Trash-Free program reduces by over 95% the volume of wastestream destined for the landfill. Click here for more information on this award-winning and ground breaking program or email trashfree@enoriver.org to find out how to help!
Will Call From I-85, exit at Duke St.
Go approximately 1 mile. Durham County Stadium will be on the Right (by Durham Regional Hospital)
You will see signs for Festival for the Eno.
Pass the first entrance, labeled "South," and continue a short distance until you see the second entrance, labeled "North." The North entrance is on Wisteria Lane.
Follow the direction of the parking attendees to a parking place.
Walk to the Visitor ticket booth and go to the WILL CALL line.
Tell the nice volunteer your name and they will give you your passes.
At this point you may board the air-conditioned bus and ride to the Festival site.
When boarding the bus to return to the stadium, remember - you parked at the North lot .
The last bus for the stadium leaves at 6:30 pm.

The Festival for the Eno wouldn't be possible without the generous support of all our great community partners.

Partners:

Durham P&R
Sheriff
 
Sponsors:
 
herald sun
Topsail
Whole Foods
Harris Dist
Stagger


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