Weekend camping passes are SOLD OUT for 2019. Camping is available for weekend passholders only. Camping tickets are per-person, not per-spot – everyone over the age of 12 who camps needs a camping pass.

We have fewer camping passes available than festival tickets, so we strongly suggest that you purchase them at the same time if you plan to camp! Our capacity is based on our limited water, waste, security, and volunteer resources, not solely on physical space. If you don't plan to camp, or camping passes are already sold out, insure you have your accommodation needs met before buying a ticket. There are other places to stay on the island, some are listed below.

Hotels, B&Bs, and guesthouses: https://www.mayneisland.com/accommodation/

There are many Mayne listings on Airbnb – search for Mayne Island 

Gates open at 11am on Friday, no camping permitted on Thursday night or Sunday night. We have limited water onsite, so if you bring a vehicle, please bring your own drinking water as well. There is a summer fire ban on the island, fires are not allowed anywhere on Mayne. Contained camp stoves are welcome.

All tents must be down by 2pm on Sunday. Our amazing teardown volunteers need the space clear so they can return the farm to working order. Seal Beach Camping is an option if you’d like to extend your stay on Mayne.

All property surrounding our farm is private, no trespassing on our neighbours!  Our security team will be checking the surrounding area, and will call in the RCMP to enforce this if necessary. Alternate accommodation options are listed below.

Camper vans are welcome – no trailers, RVs or 5th wheels.
Sleeping in your car is fine! You do require a camping pass.
One parking pass is required per vehicle parked overnight.
A camping pass is required for every person sleeping onsite.

Bring a tent, your sleeping bag, mattress and pillow – don’t forget food for the day, sunscreen and a sweater & socks for the cool evening, maybe raingear and a tarp. Bring your happy voice, dancin feet and a swim suit. You will leave with great memories, tunes in your head and, we hope, all your own garbage.  We try to minimize our impact on the beautiful land we present this festival on, and it really helps if you pack out everything you pack in.

The Campbell Bay Music Festival is committed to being as close to a zero-waste event as possible. To that end, we need your help! We're asking all festivalgoers to do their part by 'pitching in to the right bin'. We'll have our recycle bins clearly marked and easy to find to make it easier than ever for you to do your part. Thanks in advance. The Mayne Island Recycling Society is a registered charity that diverts nearly everything from landfills through tons of meticulous, hands-on volunteer work, and you can donate to their efforts here: https://www.canadahelps.org/en/charitiesmayne-island-recycling-society/

More information on Mayne Island Accommodation, Camping, Restaurants, Groceries etc.: http://www.mayneisland.com/index.html