While you can certainly find a comfy Airbnb to snuggle up in at the end of the night, Joshua Tree Music Festival strongly encourages camping on-site to maximize the potential for you to have a positive communal experience. Want to upgrade from a tent? Check out their Cozy Camper Trailers.
See All the Things!
Between playshops, classes, speakers, music, and art, there’s a lot to do and see at this festival! There’s even a World Market, teeming with handmade goods, local crafts, unique clothing, and organic food and drinks. Shop and feel good about it because everything is sustainable and locally sourced.
And if you somehow find that you’ve still got down time, take advantage of the festival’s convenient come-and-go policy and visit Joshua Tree National Park. Check out what all those quirky Joshua trees are all about, see some spectacular views, or squeeze in a morning hike. Maybe even get adventurous and go bouldering!
Bring the Kids
Go ahead and bring the whole family! Kids 10 and under can get in free, and young ones aged 11-16 are eligible for an all-weekend pass for less than half price of an adult ticket. Plus, this family-friendly festival even has a Kidsville for your little ones. If you need a little peace and quiet when the sun goes down, be sure to camp in the Family Camp area, which is nicely tucked away from all the noise.