How much are tickets?

Tickets are $199 with no additional services charges or fees.

Where can I buy tickets?

Stopover tickets are available exclusively HERE.

Can I buy a one day pass?

Yes! Single Day Passes are availabe here.

Friday tickets are $85 and Saturday’s are $125 including camping, parking and all fees.

Is there on site camping?

Yes. On-site camping within walking distance of the main stage for the full weekend is free with registration. We highly encourage you to camp with us to enjoy the full Stopover experience.

What are the times for the shows?

Set times will be posted on gentlemenoftheroad.com and sent in an email to ticketholders before the event.

Is there an age restriction?

GOTR stopovers are all ages. Children under 5 do not need a ticket if accompanied by a ticketed adult.

Is it rain or shine?


Is there a refund policy?

Refunds are only available through Secure Ticket (™). Option to purchase Secure Ticket (™) is available at checkout.

Are there restrooms available?

Yes! Facilities will be available.

Where can I pick up my tickets?

If you are picking up wristbands at the box office, or need to purchase wristbands with cash, credit, or debit card, route yourself into the Camping Area off of Paradise Acres Road (Route 104) and park in the cellphone  lot next to the camping toll booths. Walk to the will call or box office window - don’t forget your ID!

Will Call & Box Office Hours are:
Wednesday 3 pm to Midnight
Thursday 12 pm to Midnight
Friday 8 am to Midnight
Saturday 8 am to Midnight

How much parking is available? Do I have to pay for it?

Parking at official GOTR lots is included with your tickets. If you’re driving, follow the posted signs to find the lot. We highly recommend carpooling.

How can I get a press pass?

Please send press requests to info@gentlemenoftheroad.com.

Will there be merch?

Yes, official GOTR merchandise will be available for purchase at the Stopover.

How can I volunteer?

We are looking for music fans that want to trade a little work for an awesome music experience - work one 6-hour shift and access the staff ticket price to spend the weekend with some very great musical performances. As all hours worked are paid hourly wage, Fan Staff are able to enjoy the event with little to no out-of-pocket expense. Limited amount of space is available, apply to volunteer here!

What am I allowed/am I not allowed to bring in?

The following items are not permitted anywhere on the festival premises, including the campgrounds:
No fireworks, glow or prayer lanterns, or explosives
No laser pointers
No illegal substances
No weapons of any kind
No tiki torches, candles, or other sources of open flame other than coleman-type gas cook stoves
No golf clubs
No hammers
No pets

The following items are NOT permitted in the concert arena:
No alcohol and no outside food or beverage (see water policy below)
No laser pointers
No chairs, beach chairs, or lawn furniture
No audio recording equipment/pro cameras/video equipment
No glass or glass containers of any kind
No knives of any kind
No framed or large backpacks
No picnic baskets or cans of any kind
No tents or umbrellas
No bicycles, skateboards, or scooters
No Frisbees
No Incendiary Devices

One bottle of factory sealed bottled water or one EMPTY drinking bottle or EMPTY Camelback will be permitted per guest. Free water refill stations will be available.
Medical Prescriptions must be in their original bottle with label attached. ID must match name on label.
Backpacks will be searched.

How far will camping be from the stages?

Official GOTR campgrounds will be within short walking distance of the main Stopover site.

Will there be transport from campgrounds / parking lot to stage?

There will be shuttle busses connecting GOTR parking lots to the main festival site. More specific info will be sent to ticket holders closer to the show.

What is the re-entry policy?

Re-entry is available with wristband.

What time do the gates open?

Gates to the concert arena at Vandaveer Ranch open at 4:30 pm for the Friday show on August 21, and re-open at 12:45 pm for Saturday August 22.

Am I allowed to take pictures and videos?

No professional audio or video recording devices are allowed on the site. Mobile phones are okay.

Will it be handicap accessible?

All Stopover sites will have ADA compliant viewing areas.


Water Stations – Will be provided free of charge in the Festival.
Charging Stations – Will be provided free of charge in the Festival.
Portable Restrooms – Will be available in the Festival.
ATM – Will be available in the Festival.

Who do I ask for help?

If you have any questions please get in touch with us salida@gentlemenoftheroad.com or Tweet @gotrofficial #salidastopover.

Can I change my ticket type?

Contact Frontgate to change your ticket type or camping reservation HERE.

Can I share my pass?

Sharing passes is not allowed.

What do I do if I still haven't received a ticket confirmation?

If you did not receive a confirmation email, you should contact Frontgate HERE.

Camping rules:

- Camping for this Stopover is primitive tent camping AND car camping. No RV’s will be allowed in the campground. Primitive camping spots will be 10’ x 10’ in size.  Car camping spots will be 10’ x 30’ in size.
- Camping is guaranteed for everyone who purchased a festival pass.
- Reserved parking is available for campers on a first come, first served basis. If you purchased a campsite, your parking pass will be included with your ticket, along with additional information and directions.
- Shower stations ($10 per use), water station, portable restrooms, charging station, and a general store will be in the Camping Services area.

Allowed: Food and water for personal consumption can be brought into the campground area.

Not Allowed: No open flames of any kind - campfires, ground fires, fires contained in fire pit , grills, etc. No pets/animals of any kind unless they are service animals. No Fireworks or Incendiary Devices of any kind. No loud music or excessive noise after 12:00 midnight. No glass containers in camping area – All glass containers will be confiscated. No drinks allowed inside porta-toilets or shower trailers. No weapons allowed in camping area; this includes permitted guns, knives, or weapons of any kind. All people will be searched. No vending inside campground; this includes any food, beverages or merchandise items. No tent camping in parking areas will be permitted. No illegal substances. No underage alcohol consumption will be tolerated.

Are pets allowed?

Pets are not allowed (except working service pets).

When does the campsite open?

You are welcome to arrive and begin your stopover as early as 3 pm on Wednesday August 19, when the campgrounds open. The gates to the campgrounds are open 24 hours a day starting at 3pm on Wednesday.

What will be at the campgrounds?

Camping Showers – Showers will be provided at the cost of $10 per use.
Water Stations – Will be provided in the campground.
Charging Stations – Will be provided free of charge in the campground.
Portable Restrooms – Will be available in the campground.
ATM – Will be available in the campgrounds.
General Store – A general store will be available.
A lot of Fun - Expect a great time!