A music festival for our growing families
As our Mountain Vibe Family continues to grow, so do many of our families on the home front. So, when it comes down to making the decision on whether or not to bring your little ones with you this year, let’s break down what you can expect from our festival.
First off, children 10 and Under are free to attend. And there is plenty of fun to be had for children of all ages. Our Baby Shoe play area always has an assortment of toys, games, arts and crafts, etc. to enjoy to get some wiggles out. This is SHADED (Oh yeah!!) and close to the music. There is a volunteer on hand to facilitate activities, and a parent is required to enter.
You are more than welcome to join us in our family camping section. I mean, it takes a village, right? Consider this a safe place to pop up your tent, join us for a potluck and have other kids to hang out with. If you are interested, send us a PM for more information.
One of the highlights last year was an unexpected visit from our friend with the biggest bubbles ever! This turned all of the young’uns into maniacs but I’m pretty sure they all slept well that night.
Here are some tips for making your trip a success:
Shade, Shade, Shade - Bring an umbrella and tons of sunscreen.
Floaties – If you plan on playing in the creek or the lagoon, please bring some water wings or life vest for safety.
Make Yourself Mobile – One of the best ideas we’ve seen is to bring a wagon to tote your kids and gear around. Kinda like an open air stroller! I’ve even padded mine in the evening with blankies and a pillow so I could catch some night time music. Lots of options are out there from camping carts to the classic Red Flyer.
Music - It's the main reason we all show up! Plenty of room for kicking up dirt in front of the stage and experience the bands close up. Bring some headphones with you if your kids are sensitive to loud noises.
Better get packing! Can’t wait to see everyone at The Vibe!
Thanks to Photography By Pheonix and Purple Door Photography for all the great photos year after year.