FAQ

Oregon Garden BrewCamp, June 15–17, 2018 takes place at The Oregon Garden in the community of Silverton, Oregon, located one hour south of Portland. Silverton is nestled between Salem and the Cascade Mountains with a variety of local attractions including towering waterfalls, amazing gardens, covered bridges, and cool architecture.

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Oregon Garden information

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Yes, this is the event’s 14th year. The event will take place June 15–17 in 2018.

The festival is held at The Oregon Garden, an 80-acre botanical garden located at 879 W. Main St., Silverton, Oregon. This is an outdoor venue with gravel, paved and wood chip paths. For more details, check the Directions to Silverton and our Maps page.

This is an all-ages festival on Father’s Day Weekend. Children 12 and under are free with a paid adult. Ages 13+ must purchase a ticket; specially-priced youth tickets are available for ages 13–20. During the concerts, please provide your child with ear protection, as loud music is not safe for their young ears.
Tickets go on sale in early February. Please note: Tickets are non-refundable and non-replaceable. Each ticket holder MUST be present when exchanging tickets for wristbands at the Festival, and must bring a current Photo ID that MUST include your birth date. No photocopies accepted. An individual will not be able to receive wristbands for other ticket holders not present.

We offer a variety of ticket types and prices; choose the option that works best for you! Best buy: purchase a 3-day full-access pass and add on-site tent or RV camping so you can park the car and party the whole weekend! For a complete listing of ticket options, go to TICKETS.

Online at our TICKETS page.

Tickets are available locally at the Oregon Garden Resort’s Fireside Lounge located at 895 W. Main Street in Silverton. PLEASE NOTE: There are no phone sales available through the Oregon Garden Resort—walk-in sales only.

Be advised that tickets are $10.00 more at the gate than the published price online and only available while supplies last. Campsite passes must be purchased online in advance.

For festival information or assistance with tickets/camping passes, call toll free 888-992-7397, ext 2.

The festival will go on rain or shine.

Yes, it sure could! Campsites and hotel rooms are limited. Purchase your tickets well in advance!

You may redeem your tickets at Attendee Check-in during the festival weekend.

Depending on your ticket, a certain number of tasting credits and a shatterproof tasting glass are included. During tasting hours, craft beer and wine tastings are $1.00 for craft beers or $2.00 for wine or specialty craft beers. A full glass of craft beer is $5.00; wine is $6.00. Additional tasting credits are available for purchase each day during tasting hours. We have a cashless system so please bring a credit card (cash does work but credit cards are easier). Outside alcohol cannot be brought in to the festival grounds. Bags will be checked.

Hang on to those tasting glasses! If you break or lose your glass, you will need to purchase a replacement, but only while supplies last.

Bands are on the LINEUP page. For times, see the SCHEDULE page.

Your new favorite bands perform on the Meadow Stage, including Diego’s Umbrella, Ozomatli, The Delta Saints, Blitzen Trapper, Dirty Revival and more! Food vendors and full bar open during evening concerts (serving beer, wine, well drinks). Check out the SCHEDULE page to see the lineup for each night.

Check out this year’s Brewers on the Breweries page.

The Brewer’s Dinner is an exclusive dining and tasting experience at the Oregon Garden Resort on Thursday, June 14th at 7pm. It includes six courses, each featuring a small plate paired with a unique beer from one of six chosen breweries.

Yes! A hotel package is available at the Oregon Garden Resort, which is located adjacent to The Oregon Garden, just steps from the action! For info about special lodging packages, visit the LODGING page.

Additional Silverton Hotels
Silverton Inn and Suites Two miles away

Salem Hotels
We have partnered with the Grand Hotel in downtown Salem (30 minutes away) to offer special rates for festival attendees. Call 503-540-7800, and reference the Oregon Garden BrewCamp to book your room.

Schedule your ride from Salem with the following options:

  • Prestige Wine Tours: call 503-851-1491
  • Danny World’s Shuttle: Call 503-871-9144
  • Uber or Lyft

Yes! And because of the limited number of local hotel rooms, Camping at the Garden is the best way to experience BrewCamp. Campsites are limited so reserve early. For more info, check our CAMPING page.

There is limited on-site parking for a fee, and it must be purchased ahead of time on the TICKETS page. We also provide free shuttles from parking lots in the town of Silverton. For parking lot locations and shuttle schedules, please check our PARKING page.

Yes, or blankets (4′ × 6′). As a courtesy to your neighbors, chairs must be low-back beach style chairs (no higher than 32″ in main seating area in front of stage). Please no high-back chairs, umbrellas, or pop-up tents that block the view of the stage.

Only bona fide service animals are allowed at The Garden for the duration of BrewCamp. Please do not leave pets in your car. RULES & POLICIES

No outside food is allowed in the festival grounds. We have a splendid food court with vendors boasting a hearty, healthy variety of food, coffee and more! You may bring outside food into the campgrounds.

Wine, beer and distilled spirits also are available for purchase at bars located on the festival site. Neither the festival grounds nor the campgrounds allow outside alcoholic beverages.

You may only smoke or vape in the designated smoking areas. Even though cannabis is legal in the privacy of your own home, it is illegal on the premises (in all forms) and is prohibited.

Yes. Once you receive your wristband, you may enter and exit the event as you please.

The Festival provides incredible music, great beer and wine tasting, on-site camping, activities and workshops, food and retail vendors, port-a-potties, trash and recycling, lost & found, ATMs, bars at the concerts and so much more all within our 80-acre botanical garden!

Please bring a current Photo ID including your birth date (no photocopies accepted); low-back beach chairs (no higher than 32″ in main seating area in front of stage) or a blanket (4′ × 6′) for evening concerts; and warm clothes and dancing shoes for the evening concerts. Bring a credit or debit card for use with our cashless payment system. You may load cash into this system as well, but plastic is quicker. Please do not forget sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, and raincoat (this is Oregon, after all).

For more detailed information, see our Rules & Policies Page.

Outside alcohol, professional photo or video recording equipment, and Frisbees are not allowed on the festival grounds.

For more detailed information, see our Rules & Policies Page.

No audio or video recording is permitted.

Yes, there are accessible lots at The Garden. Parking spots are limited and pre-purchase only. Buy a parking permit on the TICKETS page.