First Class Tickets are SOLD OUT. They will not be available at the box office. If you purchased First Class tickets, please remember to check in at the First Class Reception booth in the entrance area to activate your e-ticket and get your First Class wristband.
We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.
Ticket sales are final. No refunds or exchanges in case of cancellation due to weather, natural catastrophe or any other event beyond the control of the Festival.
GATE CLOSES ONE HOUR BEFORE THE FESTIVAL ENDS. THAT IS AT 10 PM ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AND 6 PM ON SUNDAY. Minors under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult after 8 pm on Friday and Saturday.
Lobster meals are prepared by and are the sole responsibility of SAN PEDRO FISH MARKETS INC., and not the Festival. Lobster meal prices are subject to availability and the vendor reserves the right to serve a comparable meal in the rare case that the festival’s special steamed Maine lobster meal sells out before the festival closes on Sunday.
All food and beverage items must be purchased at the festival. Picnic baskets and off site food items and beverages are not permitted.
Rides, games, food and some activities may cost extra. Most food vendors accept only cash.
CASH ONLY ACCEPTED AT THE BAR (Must be 21 years of age or older and properly wristbanded to consume alcohol.) Alcohol tickets are purchased at the bar. You may not bring alcohol into the festival site, you may not take alcohol outside of the festival area.
There are two ATMs at the entrance for your convenience and six more located throughout the festival site.
Acts, prices and hours subject to change.
WE ARE NOW REQUIRED TO CONDUCT THE STANDARD SPORTING EVENT SECURITY SEARCH AT THE ENTRANCE.
No pets allowed in festival site (except assistance animals). No, your boa constrictor is not an assistance animal.
No beach umbrellas or lawn chairs permitted (hint: there’s no lawn anyway). Personal parasols are permitted.
THIS IS A NO SMOKING OR VAPING VENUE
Commercial activities and solicitations are prohibited without permission of the Festival management.
Prop 65 Warning: Nearly all fish and shellfish contain some amount of mercury and related compounds, chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Certain fish contain higher levels than others. Pregnant and nursing women, women who may become pregnant, and young children should not eat the following fish: Swordfish, Shark, King Mackerel, Tilefish.
Some people may be allergic to seafood and/or shellfish. DO NOT CONSUME SHRIMP OR LOBSTER IF YOU ARE ALLERGIC TO SHELLFISH. IF IN DOUBT ASK BEFORE PURCHASING IF ANY FOOD HAS BEEN EXPOSED TO SHELLFISH.