You’re heading to Cisco Grove Campground up in the Sierra Nevadas. The closest major city is Reno, Nevada, which is about 60 miles from the festival site. If you need to fly, hop on a flight to Reno-Tahoe International Airport, and then take Interstate 80 going west. If you’re making the drive from California, head towards Sacramento and take Interstate 80 going east. Either way, you’ll find the festival just off the highway in Cisco Grove, California.
Camping and Lodging
It’s recommended that you camp to get the full Guitarfish experience. All the information you need about camping at the festival can be found here. Guitarfish is meant to be a camping experience, but those wary of camping can also find somewhere to stay in nearby Truckee, California.
Prepare for the Outdoors
Unless you plan on hiding in your tent the whole time, make sure you bring sunscreen, bug spray, a refillable water bottle and anything else you need to survive everything nature throws your way.
Keep It Green
Guitarfish is huge on sustainability and protecting the environment. Do your part by recycling, carpooling and generally being nice to the planet.