COVID FAQs

Good to Go is a new, free program designed to help Nashville’s businesses in every industry keep Music City safe and healthy.

Every Nashville business has a vested interest in restarting the city’s hospitality engine, so every business should do its part to keep employee, visitor, resident and community health top-of-mind as the city starts to welcome guests again. Good to Go provides coronavirus resources, information and support from leading infectious disease experts to help your business confidently and safely reopen.

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General FAQs

Hideaway Farm

9347 Old Highway 46
Bon Aqua, TN 37025

Artists will sell merchandise at the stage where they perform. Main Stage artist merchandise will be sold ear the Dignity Revolution tent by the Main Stage. Artists sell merchandise only on the day they perform. Don’t wait to purchase your favorite band’s merchandise!

Absolutely no bicycles allowed inside buildings, tents, Main Stage seating area, or other concert areas. No hitching on golf carts or vehicles. Misuse will result in confiscation. First offense – loss of bike for 24 hours. Second offense – loss of equipment until the end of the festival. An adult must be present for the return of confiscated equipment

Food and drinks are allowed to be brought on grounds by campers only. All carry-in items must be consumed at a campsite or parking area. Food and drinks are available for purchase on the Lifest grounds from the food vendors. If you have dietary restrictions for medical needs, you may carry-in small containers.

Do not leave chairs or blankets in the Main Stage seating area overnight. Anything left in this area will be removed and taken to Lost & Found in the Ticket Tent. Chairs may be placed at 9:00 am. Please do not bring chairs with umbrellas or anything that will block your neighbor’s view. Chairs should be placed within the painted lines so that aisles remain clear. If a canopy tent is needed for medical reasons, you must place it on the edge of the Grandstand seating area, so you do not obstruct anyone else’s view. You may not save your location with blankets, tarps, or ropes.

We offer camping right on the festival grounds! For more information, please visit our Tickets page.

Want to stay at a hotel? CLICK HERE to see a list of hotels and AirBnBs near the festival grounds.

Modesty is important at this family-friendly event. Clothes must be worn over swimsuits for the walk back to your campsite from the showers. Revealing tank tops and short-shorts or skirts are not allowed. Guys must wear shirts at all times. Chaperones and parents, please help enforce this policy.

If you lost a ticket purchased through iTickets, contact us before the event through email or phone, 920-738-5588, and we can help you reprint it. We can also reprint your tickets at the Ticket Tent at Lifest. Physical tickets, promotional tickets, wristbands, and coupons are treated as cash. If they are lost, stolen, or destroyed, we cannot replace them.

Medical and Security offices are located to the East of the Tennessee Two stage. People with asthma, diabetes, and other chronic medical conditions, please be aware of common situations found at the festival that can aggravate your condition (heat, tight crowds, dust, walking, etc). Persons with medical conditions should wear a medical bracelet, necklace, or have this information on their person in case of an emergency and they are not able to speak.

HANDICAPPED PARKING: If you have a valid state-issued disabled parking permit, you are eligible to park in the handicapped lot located at East Hickman High School. Limited spaces are available. If you require a wheelchair for mobility, you will be directed to park on the Lifest grounds in a designated parking lot.

SEATING: Main Stage Platform Reserved Seating has space available for wheelchair attendees and one guest. Stop at the Ticket Tent to request a One Day pass for this area (quantities limited).

HEARING IMPAIRED: Lifest can provide interpreters for the Deaf and hard of hearing. Please stop at Lifest Guest Services to request this service.

There are many activities that last well into the evening. Lifest reserves the right to enforce a curfew if necessary. Non-campers must leave the grounds by 2:00 am.

Did you forget propane or a toothbrush? We’ve got you covered. The Lifest Store is located near the Marketplace tent. Pick up your pre-paid Lifest shirts here but come early to get the best selection!

Lost and Found is located in the Ticket Tent at Lifest. After the event, all items are brought to the Life Promotions’ office. Contact us after the event by phone: 920.738.5588. We keep lost items for 30 days after the event. Life Promotions assumes no responsibility for lost items.

Please set up a meeting place in case you become separated from your child. We suggest the Ticket Tent. If your child should get lost, stop anyone with a radio and contact Security. Child wristbands are available at the Ticket Tent so you can write your cell number on the wristband as extra security in case you are separated.

Because Lifest is a family-friendly event, we want to make it easier for breastfeeding mothers to enjoy their time at the festival. A private space has been created in our KidZone tent.

General Parking is located at East Hickman High School at 7700 TN-7, Lyles, TN. Unless you are camping, your vehicle will not be allowed to enter the festival grounds. If you have a certified handicap sticker, alert the parking attendants and they will direct you to the handicap section in the High School parking lot. There is limited parking on grounds for wheelchair-bound guests. You cannot park in the High School parking lot overnight; all vehicles will be towed at the owner’s expense.

Shuttles are available to transport attendees between the High School and the Main Gate.

Personal golf carts, motorized scooters, mopeds, and all-terrain vehicles are not allowed on the Lifest grounds.

If you would like prayer, or just need to talk, visit the Prayer Journey located near Sue Ville.

ITEMS/PETS – No unauthorized aerial vehicles. No alcohol, illegal drugs, open carry firearms, weapons, or any item that resembles a weapon or firearm (including personal paintball guns), fireworks, or pets (except service canines) are allowed on the Lifest grounds.

RECORDING EQUIPMENT: Laser pointers, unauthorized video cameras, and professional camera equipment are prohibited at all of the stages.

CROWD BEHAVIOR: Body passing, stage diving, or carrying another person on your shoulders is prohibited. Abusive or inappropriate language or behavior will not be tolerated. Illegal activity will be reported to the proper authorities. Inappropriate behavior will result in removal from the grounds for the remainder of Lifest without a refund.

No selling of products, services, tickets, or the distribution of any information is allowed on the Lifest grounds without prior written approval from Life Promotions.

Smoking is prohibited in concert areas, buildings, merchandise areas, and campsites. Lifest reserves the right to ask smokers to move to a designated location.

If you are interested in volunteering, visit Volunteer Registration located in the Ticket Tent. There may still be schedule openings this year that you can help us fill. Depending on how many hours you work, you may be eligible for a full or partial ticket reimbursement.

Lifest continues rain or shine. However, if there is severe weather, we may delay or cancel shows. For the latest info, follow us on Facebook.

Any person who enters the Lifest grounds assumes all risk of personal injury and loss or damage to property. The management reserves the right to refuse admission to anyone. Management is not responsible for any lost or stolen property or any vehicle at Lifest. Life Promotions reserves the right to search individuals, personal property and vehicles. Commercial photography and filming activities are conducted on the Lifest grounds, and a Lifest attendee or personal property may appear in resulting photographic pictures or films, which may be used in connection with advertising, news, reporting, entertainment, or other commercial or non-commercial activities. Entry onto the Lifest grounds and/or purchase of an admission ticket constitutes permission and consent for Life Promotions and its licensees to use the resulting photographs and films for any purpose whatsoever without payment.

Camping FAQs

Please stay within your marked boundaries. Typically, a location flag is placed in the middle of the site. If you need to purchase another site, you may need to move to another location.

You can run a generator as long as it is equipped with a muffler and turned off from midnight to 8:00 am. If your neighbors complain about the noise or smoke, you will be asked to turn it off.

Fusion Sites is available to pump RV tanks and refill water tanks There is a fee for this service. Please stop at the Info Center in the Ticket Tent to fill out a request form.

Free shower trailers are located near the NBBY stage. These showers are open Thursday 1:00 – 8:00 pm, Friday-Saturday 6:00 am – 8:00 pm, and Sunday 6:00 – 10:00 am.

  • Be noisy
  • Cut trees, remove signs, or damage county property
  • Dump gray water on the ground
  • Leave garbage behind
  • Have an open fire
  • Park or camp in a site you didn’t pay for
  • Stay overnight at a campsite if you only have a one day wristband (unless it’s Saturday)

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