McGill’s biggest solar-panel array is now up and running at our private campground, and our battery storage system keeps the lights on inside our glamping tents long after the sun sets each night. El Contenedor — our 30-foot shipping container home — is also solar-powered.
Keep an eye on our updates page for more information about our sustainability initiatives.
We will work to minimize waste and non-biodegradable plastic packaging, and we will set up recycling bins for items that are easily recycled, such as glass bottles and aluminum cans.
Volunteers will be on hand to help attendees with special needs.
If you’re coming all this way to our event, we want you to feel safe and welcome here.
We have a zero-tolerance policy toward sexual harassment and bullying, and we reserve the right to remove anyone who violates that policy from the festival grounds.
It pains us to have to make the following disclaimer in the 21st century, but if you hate gay people, Black people, indigenous people, redheads, refugees, immigrants or anyone else you perceive to be “different,” this event is most assuredly not for you. Please don’t even think about coming here.
If you have general questions about the festival, please refer to our FAQ page.
If you have more questions about our Sustainability and Inclusivity initiatives, please reach out via our Contact Us page.