+ Is high speed internet available at the lodge?

There is WiFi available at the lodge, but connection may not be strong enough to reach the Festival grounds.

+ What do I need to bring to the workshops?

You should bring your instrument, note taking utensils if desired, and an open mind.

+ If I fly in as a participant, is there transportation available?

Yes, we provide transportation for participants who fly in.

+ What can and can't I bring to the festival?

Not Allowed:
Purses, backpacks
Bad Attitude
Water Bottles
Coolers and Outside Food & Beverages
Pets (unless a certified service animal)

+ What time are the Festival grounds open to the public?

The Festival grounds are open to the public at 5:30 PM.

+ What time does the festival end?

Times vary; we anticipate an average end time of around 11:00 PM.

+ Is there on-site lodging?

Unless you are a part of the workshops and have paid for on-site lodging, Flathead Lake Lodge does not provide lodging.

+ Is the festival family friendly?

Yes, we encourage you to bring your family, the more the merrier! All ages are welcome.

+ Can I bring a camera?

We allow and encourage the use of photography and video as long as you credit Crown of the Continent Guitar Workshop and Festival when posting on social media. We ask that you keep flash or personal lighting off.

+ Where do I buy tickets for festival performances?

Please visit our Festival Schedule page, which will redirect you to our online ticket buyer.

+ What if I lose my festival ticket?

Contact our main office or visit Will Call at the festival entrance.

+ How much are tickets for children?

Tickets for youth under 18 are $20. Children who are not able to walk on their own may attend for free.

+ Are there phone charging stations?

We do not provide stations for you to charge your electronic devices.

+ What amenities are offered?

We provide your basic amenities such as free on-site parking, Lost and Found, food and beverage, first aid, and ATMs. For a more extensive list, visit Venue Info or Contact Us directly.

+ Are the festival and workshops handicap accessible?

The Crown of the Continent Guitar Foundation strives to make its facility and performances accessible to all participants. The festival grounds are fairly uneven, so those with a wheelchair may be in for a bumpy ride. If you have specific program questions or need any special accommodations please Contact Us.

+ How do I get involved with the Crown?

Food vendors or Artists in Residence, please Contact Us.
For those looking to volunteer, please visit the Volunteers page.