Rascal Flatts (left) and Terri Clark (right) will be on stage at Rockin' River in Mission.

Rascal Flatts (left) and Terri Clark (right) will be on stage at Rockin' River in Mission.

ROCKIN’ RIVER: Plenty of ticket options at festival

The Rockin' River Music Festival goes Aug. 7-9 at Mission Raceway Park

The Rockin’ River VIP Party Zone is a large 1,000-plus-person section to the left of the main stage. Along with having an amazing view of the main stage you will also have a cash beverage service and food vendors right in the VIP area along with some tents to catch a little shade.

Plus when your favourite bands get on stage you’ll be able to rush into the VIP Pit so you can get right up to the front of stage.

And if you want to hang back, we will also have bleachers set up so you can get up off your feet.

Bleachers are not reserved so it’s first come, first served. Otherwise it’s standing room only in the VIP.

And with the VIP beverage service, there’s no need to wait in a long line to get into the beer garden for a drink.

Plus, there’s only a limited number of tickets available for the VIP area, so you won’t be crowded. This is an adults-only section though, with no minors allowed.

Or you can book a corporate VIP Box for 12. Includes private bar, raised seats and much more.

Or you can bring a friend and blanket/chair to kick back in the general admission area.

General admission tickets are a great way to enjoy Rockin’ River Music Festival. Bring your own lawn chair, grab a piece of land and you are set for the day! Three-day general admission tickets are available for purchase now.

Located right behind the reserved seating, you still have an amazing view of the stage and we also have massive LED displays for your viewing pleasure.

You can also access our massive, all-ages beer garden area.

And of course, campers are at the heart of any big festival. We have lots of camping available for everyone from 20′x20′ sites for cars and tents, to 20′x60′ sites for the big rigs or someone who just likes to sprawl or maybe set up a mini-putt course.

Check out our camping options online and find the perfect site to make this the best camping trip of the year.

And don’t forget to check out our camping checklist online at (http://rockinriverfest.com/camping/camping-checklist/) so you don’t forget anything.

Rockin’ River campsites offer flat, level ground, with a mixture of pavement, hard pack gravel and grass campsites. All sites are reserved and come in a variety of sizes — 20′x20′/20′x35′/20′x40′/20′x60′. Our 20′x20′ sites have a four-person limit and all other sites have a six-person limit.

All campers must have a valid festival wristband plus a camper access pass. Single-day festival ticket holders may only camp for the day their ticket is valid.

Rockin’ River Music Festival tickets and camping reservations are available at rockinriverfest.com, Lepp Farms in Abbotsford, as well as select Lower Mainland London Drugs and Lordco outlets. Check out rockinriver.com, facebook.com/rockinriver, email info@rockinriver.com or call the Rockin’ River Hotline at 604-733-2235 (toll-free at 1.877.30.RIVER ) for more information about the festival.

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