Adult supervision is vital to the safety of our young guests. If your children are attending the festival, we ask that you be always alert and aware of their activities and whereabouts. For their protection and safety, please make sure they do not climb under or over the fence surrounding the amphitheater. Children should not impede anyone’s enjoyment of the festival. Hula hoops, football toss, etc. are not allowed on the lawn seating areas.
Children 14 years old and under are free and must be accompanied by a ticketed parent or guardian to enter the amphitheater. Pickin’ in the Pines is not responsible for children who leave the amphitheater unaccompanied by a parent or designated adult. Please always accompany your children.
Tickets are non-refundable. If you are unable to use your ticket, you may designate someone else to use it. Contact RPM Ticketing to transfer your ticket into their name: email@example.com
This is a “rain or shine event,” so bring your rain gear just in case. Better safe than sorry! And don’t forget your sunscreen. It can get pretty chilly in the evenings this time of year, so it’s best to bring layers. The temperature in Flagstaff is expected to be in the high 70s during the day and into the mid 40s at night.
Cleared items at the Pepsi Amphitheater and campground will be delivered to the Pepsi Amphitheater Lost & Found, label your stuff if possible.
You must have a valid wristband to enter the amphitheater and the campground.
Sorry, we cannot replace lost, stolen, or forgotten tickets.
Lineup and schedule subject to change
Due to space restrictions and limitations, only Sponsors at the $500 Guitar level and above are afforded the opportunity to display banners. In addition, as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, Flagstaff Friends of Traditional Music, and it’s program Pickin’ in the Pines Bluegrass and Acoustic Music Festival adhere to policies regarding our tax exempt status, festival mission and guidelines to remain neutral to political and advocacy campaigns.