FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the fee for the festival?
Adult (19+) tickets are $10, Child (5-18) tickets are $6 and children under the age of four are free. These tickets include entry to both the park and the event. You can also use this ticket to enjoy the other conservation areas that are just a short drive away.
Is the festival free for members?
Entry to both the park and the event is free for Halton Parks members but we still encourage members to register in advance so that they can take advantage of the perks that come with an advance ticket.
What does the advance ticket include?
Advance adult tickets include one beer glass, beer token and chairlift ride. Advance child tickets include one chairlift ride.
When do advance ticket sales end?
Advanced tickets must be purchased before Thursday, October 3.
What is the value of a token?
Tokens are $1 each and can be redeemed for a 2 oz pour of beer or cider.
What payment will vendors accept?
Some vendors will take credit or debit but guests are encouraged to bring cash for vendors who do not accept cards.
are children allowed?
Yes, children are welcome at Hops & Harvest, including the brewery and cidery area.
are dogs allowed?
Yes, dogs are welcome at Hops & Harvest, including the brewery and cidery area but must be kept on a leash.
will there be vegetarian and vegan options?
There will be plenty of vegetarian and vegan options.
will there be gluten-free options?
There will be some gluten-free options.
will there be parking?
Yes, there will be free parking at the festival.
will there be restrooms?
There will be permanent restrooms and portable restrooms for guests to use.
Will the festival be accessible?
The event grounds are generally firm and flat, consisting of gravel and grass, but do include some sloped sections. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about event accessibility.
is the festival rain or shine?
Yes, the festival is rain or shine! If it rains, tents will be set up so that food, drink and market vendors are still available.
What else is there to do at kelso?
You can go hiking, biking, swimming, climbing and so much more at Kelso. Click here to find a full list of activities.