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Festival FAQ's

Are dogs / pets allowed?

Unfortunately, dogs / pets are not permitted in the Festival with the exception of credentialed service-trained animals.

Where do I park?  Are there Shuttles?  Is there Accessible Parking?

Please see our Parking and Shuttles page for more information on parking, directions and shuttles.

May I ride my bicycle at the Festival? 

No bicycles, skateboards, roller blades or roller skates are allowed in the Festival area. Bike racks are located at the East side of the park.

What are the hours of the festival?

Festival hours:

Saturday, July 13, 10 am to 7 pm & Sunday, July 14, 10 am to 5 pm

How much is admission?

Admission is free.
Bring a group of friends or family and have fun!

Is there an ATM available at the festival?

Yes, ATMs are located on the North side of The Bandshell.

Is there food at the Festival?

Yes, from smoked turkey legs to hot fresh donuts, kettle corn, gelato and more, the Brookings Summer Arts Festival has a large variety of food vendors.

What if I get separated from my child or parent?

Lost children (and parents) will be escorted or directed to the Safety and Security Station located North of The Bandshell, behind the Public Restroom Building.

How can I find a specific artist?

Visit our Information Booths, located at the North and South entrances to the park, for the BSAF Program and answers to questions about our festival.

Where is the Lost and Found?

During the weekend of the festival, Lost and Found will be located at the North Information Booth.  After the event please feel free to email us at or call the BSAF at 605-692-2787.

Is First Aid available at the Festival?

Because safety is important to us, we will have qualified trained staff available on-site and the EMS services available from 911 if needed.

Where are the public restrooms located? Are there family restrooms available?

The Public Restroom Building, with a family restroom, is located North of the Bandshell.  Portable toilets are available throughout the Festival area.  The Brookings Area MOPS tent, located in the Children’s Area, provides a private area for parents of infants and includes a changing station and rocking chairs.

 How do I become a part of the festival?

Artist and Food Vendor Applications are available by mail and on the bsaf website at the beginning of January.  Application deadline is March 1.

 I have a question that wasn’t answered here! What do I do?

If there is anything that we missed and you have a question, email or call the BSAF at 605-692-2787.



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