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Arrival Info

2024 Arrival Information

Updated January 5, 2024 – To be updated as we near 2024 Festival. Stay tuned.
For last minute changes, check our Facebook page or call 888-946-8495.

    Gates open at 7am Wed, July 13, 2024, weather permitting. Your safety is always our top priority. Please be patient as you enter the festival. There is plenty of space for everyone who bought camping tickets. Our trained volunteers are there to help get everyone in as quickly as possible. Camping ends at 5pm Sunday.
  • Food Bank Collection: We are collecting non-perishable goods for the Community Action of Greene County. Their van will be parked near the entrance to the festival throughout the weekend or you may leave donations with a VIP volunteer. We appreciate your generosity! For a list of acceptable items, please visit Thank you.
    Gates open at 7am Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Park in day parking (free) and take the free shuttle to the ticket booth to get your wristband. You may purchase tickets prior to the festival or at the gate. Seniors may must purchase discounted ticket in advance or at the gate with ID. Come early; stay late! Day visitors must leave the festival and day parking lot within 1 hour after the last show ends. Last shuttle leaves grounds one hour after close of show each night.
    Benefit for Community Action of Greene County Food Bank
    Gates open at 7AM. Music is from 11am-1:30pm. Family stage activities are from 9-10:30am. Food and merchandise vendors open to serve you. Entry fee is a donation of non-perishable pantry goods or cash which will be collected near the VIP Check-In Tent as you enter. All donations will go directly to the food bank. Please be generous. Families in the area need our support and compassion. For a list of acceptable items, please visit


    For the week prior to Grey Fox, many attendees (for a fee) camp and pick at The Foxhole, 1034 Allen Teator Rd, Preston Hollow, NY, about 4 mi. from the festival. This is not an official part of the festival but lots of Grey Fox folks camp, pick, and lollygag at the Fox Hole each year.
    Overnight on Tuesday, there are two free overnight parking locations 1.5 mi from festival entrance: (1) The Milk Run (Convenience Store, Truck Stop, Diner w gas & diesel). 3498 NY-145, East Durham, NY and (2) Durham Town Barns, 7309 SR-81 at the intersection of SR-81 & CT-27.
    Coming a long way and need to fill your water tank? Campers are welcome to fill up your tanks FREE. Use the spigots marked “potable” on the west side of the building. They also have a new pump-out station. Pump-out fee is $10. They plan to have block ice, goodies, and other supplies! How convenient is that?

per Durham Police Department

As always, the Durham Police Department (DPD) handles all traffic control prior to our opening and during entry on Wednesday. Please follow all procedures below per DPD, whose goal is the safe, orderly, and efficient arrival of everyone. 

    Lining up along of any roads before 5AM is prohibited, per DPD.
  • NEVER EVER line up, park, or stand on NY-145 or NY-81, per DPD.

Thank you so much for your patience and adherence to these regulations. We can’t wait to see your happy faces. May this be another year of Music, Magic, and Memories!


Wednesday Morning Opening (aka Rodeo)

Camping gates are set to open at 7am Wed, July 12 weather permitting. Please read the following instructions, intended to make everyone’s entry speedy. By checking these items off your list, you’ll be helping yourself and everyone else.

  1. Make sure you have this year’s tickets, with 2024 dates.
  2. Please bring printed tickets as we are in a remote area with limited cell service.
  3. Once onsite, volunteers will direct you to lineup.
  4. Please remain in your vehicle. Volunteers will come to you to exchange your tickets for wristbands/vehicle stickers (which must be worn/displayed at all times).
  5. Do not walk up to the ticket booth unless a volunteer instructs you to do so.
  6. If you need to upgrade your vehicle pass, volunteers will assist you at your vehicle.
  7. Cash is the quickest, especially during the Wednesday morning “Rodeo.”
  8. You’ll be given a program book, and you will find a detailed map on pp. 8-9. The map is also online under INFO.
  9. Thank you in advance for coming to Grey Fox and for helping to speed things along.


Open 7:00 am Daily Thursday-Sunday
Shuttle Bus runs 10am daily until 1 hour after the end of last show.

  1. Be sure you bring 2024 tickets. Printed tickets are preferred.
  2. Park in the Day Parking Lot (It’s free!). Main Lot is across CR 22 from the festival entrance. Overflow Lot is 1/4 mile past Lot 1, on the right.
  3. A sticker for the day will be placed on your car.
  4. Walk or take the free shuttle to the festival ticket booth.
  5. At the Ticket Booth, exchange your ticket for a wristband.
  6. You may then reboard the shuttle bus or walk to concert areas.
  7. Special instructions for handicapped patrons: Handicapped parking and transport are available on site. Drive up to ticket booth where volunteers will take care of you and direct you to HC Parking/Camping. HC transport number will be printed in the program book. For your convenience, a shuttle bus stop is directly across from HC Parking & Camping Area.
  8. Day visitors must leave festival and day parking lot within one hour after final show.


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    Free Day Parking & Shuttle

    • Thursday thru Sunday for Day Ticket Buyers.
    • Shuttle Bus runs 10 AM daily until 1 hour after close of each day’s show.
    • Main Day Parking Lot is located on CR 22 directly across from festival entrance. Overflow Parking is 1/4 mile down the road. FREE SHUTTLE BUS circulates daily from day parking to ticket booth and around grounds.
    • Day Passes do not include camping. Camping is not permitted in Day Parking.
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