At the end of I-10, take Hwy. 292, and follow it west for about 17 miles. Continue onto Hwy. 182 and continue another 11 miles. Look for signs for parking and shuttles.
From all other locales:
Take I-10. Use Exit 44 to Hwy. 59. Head South on 59 for about 30 miles. Look for signs for parking and shuttles.
There are ATMs throughout the venue.
Outside alcohol isn't allowed.
You can only bring empty water bottles or containers into the venue.
Personal cameras are okay, but professional camera equipment isn't allowed.
Kids under 10 are allowed in for free with an accompanying adult, but there's a limit of 2 kids under 10 per adult.
There are many concession options.
Parking, entrances, restrooms, and viewing is all ADA-accessible.
There are medical tents on the grounds, staffed with trained individuals. Look for a peace officer or staff member if you need help.
Outside food or drinks aren't allowed in the venue.
Contact a staff member during the festival. After, send an e-mail. Items are held for 30 days then donated to local charities.
There are a few things it's best to leave at home:
Your wristband gets you re-entry.
There are ADA-accessible restrooms on the premises.
There's room for 35,000 fans.