All Attendees & Volunteers with ”General Weekend Passes” for will call or physical tickets will check-in at the SUNSET Campout Box Office located in Twain, less than a mile off of Highway 70, 12 miles East of the Belden Town bridge to receive wristband & guide.
All Attendees & Volunteers with ”On-site Parking Passes” for will call or physical tickets will check in at the SUNSET Campout Box Office located at Belden to receive wristband & guide.
ALL RV’s will check in at the SUNSET Campout Box Office located at Belden.
You Must have your wristband on at all times during the SUNSET Campout Weekend!
GATE & BOX OFFICE HOURS
Thursday (Belden Only): 12:00pm (Noon) - 12:00am (Midnight) (With Early Arrival Pass only!)
Friday (Twain & Belden): 12:00pm (Noon) – 2:00am Box Office Moves On-Site to Belden
Saturday: (Belden): 12:00pm (Noon) – 3:00am
No Entry after 7:00am Sunday
SUNSET Campout Starts
The SUNSET Campout begins at Noon (12pm) Friday, July 19th.
ALL Attendees MUST Depart by 7pm Sunday, July 21st.
Please do not arrive before noon on Friday unless you have an Early Arrival Pass. YOU WILL BE TURNED AWAY! Please do not wait at the Belden Bridge, at our Box Office in Twain, or block traffic on Highway 70. There is no parking along Highway 70. The nearest town to Belden with full services is Quincy, 28.5 miles East on Highway 70.
Only official SUNSET Campout crew, artists, production staff, lead volunteers or if you purchased and “Early Arrival Pass” are eligible to enter Belden and the SUNSET Campout before Noon on Friday, July 15th. Everyone in your vehicle must have approval to enter the site early. NO person will be allowed to enter Belden and the SUNSET Campout prior to the official gate opening without an early arrival pass. You will be turned away without exception!
GENERAL PARKING ARRIVAL
The free parking area is located at our Box Office in Twain, 12 miles East of the Belden Town bridge (see Getting There). Once you cross bridge into off-site parking lot you will turn left through gate into unloading area. Unpack your vehicle and check-in for your guide & wristband. Once you’re checked in, the driver will follow the direction of the parking staff to park the vehicle in the designated parking lot. The courtesy shuttle will pull in adjacent to the vehicle unloading area and once stopped you may load your belongings onto the trailer behind the courtesy shuttle, then board the shuttle. The shuttle will make 3 stops through Belden to unload your belongings and find a camp spot. Do not walk along Highway 70, it’s a busy, dangerous, and heavily patrolled highway.
If you are arriving by motorcycle, you may park in Twain and take the shuttle for no additional charge.
OR you may proceed directly to the Main Gate Entrance at Belden and pay $25 cash for on-site parking.
CAR PASS ARRIVAL
No car passes will be sold at Belden or in Twain. You must have purchased a separate Car Pass in advance. If you purchased a pre-sale car pass, proceed directly to Belden for check-in before entering the festival site.
Once you have your festival guide and your wristband, you may take the FREE courtesy shuttle into the SUNSET Campout site. Each participant must be wearing a wristband to board the shuttle. The shuttle runs from general parking area to the festival site from 12pm to 2am on Friday, 12pm to 8pm on Saturday, 9am to 8pm on Sunday.
THE LAST SHUTTLE IS ON SUNDAY NIGHT AT 8PM.
We STRONGLY recommend using the shuttle. Please do not walk the highway as it is extremely dangerous.
IMPORTANT SHUTTLE INFO:
- Pack Efficiently
- Be Patient
- Be Courteous
- Shuttle service is free
ARTISTS, CREW, RVs
Please proceed directly to Belden for check-in and passes.
Please proceed directly to Box Office in Twain for check-in unless you have pre-authorization to check-in at Belden.
The SUNSET Campout officially ends at 7pm on Sunday July 15th, 2012. Please plan your departure accordingly. We ask that only official SUNSET crew and volunteers remain to assist with our event clean up. Please drive safely along the highways! Be courteous on the road and to those who live in the nearby towns. These areas are aware of our presence, and with your assistance and kindness, we can see this event and others like it return to this area year after year.