Flashepoint is a camping only event. You must sleep in a tent, unless you have contacted the Flashepoint producers and received approval to car camp.
You must sleep in the parking lot, if you choose to sleep in your vehicle. The lot is very close to camping and facilities we specifically place there for car campers and gate staff.
This is a drive in/bring your own transportation event, and please try to carpool. If you need assistance with arranging transportation, contact us! Once you’re on the way, go to the address found on your ticket (677 Spirithaven Lane, Stuart, VA 24171). Keep your eyes peeled for specific details on entry!
If you’re flying into Flashepoint the nearest airports are Piedmont Triad International Airport (GSO/KGSO) & Roanoke Regional Airport (ROA/KROA) both of which are under 80 miles from Stuart, VA. Other domestic and local options include Lynchburg Regional Airport (LYH / KLYH), Raleigh-Durham international Airpoty (RDU / KRDU), & Virgina Tech Montgomery Executive Airport (BCB / KBCB).
You are able to drive your car onsite, while remaining off the grass, to unload all your camping supplies. After unloading, you’ll need to move your car to the parking lot until you’re ready to pack up and leave. There is no car-camping allowed within the festival unless express permission has been given.
You CANNOT bring weapons, drugs, illegal items, glass bottles, alcohol, pyrotechnics (including poofers), or animals/pets to Flashepoint. You’re joining us for a weekend of learning, growth, and professional development with your community, we want you to remember it!
If you have a service animal, you must contact us in advance or you may be turned away at the gate. Send an email to email@example.com with your information and we’ll let the land owners know.
Service animals are handled case-by-case and you must get in touch with our team in advance to discuss this with us, as the land owners have numerous lovely four legged friends who can escape enclosures from time to time.
We do not offer discount tickets pre-event for volunteers. We do offer an enormous amount of gratitude, raffle tickets for a raffle containing gifts from all of our vendors onsite (and then some), meals for hospitality and gate volunteers.
If you would like to be involved in Flashepoint, make sure to keep your eyes peeled for Organizer Applications around February of 2020!
No. Please bring all the water you will need to cook, hydrate, and clean with for the weekend.
We ask that you be mindful of the soaps you use and try to find biodegradable soap for dish and hand washing (can be found in a camping section anywhere).
You should absolutely bring food for yourself. We do not have food vendors on site due to the impact on the land.
There is no kitchen available for public use. Please bring everything you need to sustain yourself, including water and ice.
Yes! There is no internet or 4G onsite, so credit and debit card transactions aren’t possible.
If you would prefer another platform for cash withdraw ,the nearest ATM / Walmart is 23 miles from the event (Walmart Supercenter, 19265 Jeb Stuart Hwy, Stuart, VA 24171).
No one should be spinning fire outside of the designated area with designated safeties, or outside the designated hours. Doing so is a major risk to those around you, as well as a risk for the event.
We suggest all attendees deliver their fuel to the depot upon arrival, for safekeeping.
All ticket purchases are final. Once you buy a ticket, you’re expected to sell or gift it to someone else if you can’t make it. If you are an instructor who purchased a ticket before finding out you were receiving a ticket for compensation, please contact us.
Tickets are always easiest to sell as we get closer to the event, especially if you have a lower priced ticket from an earlier tier.
Yes. Please read this article from Eventbrite.com for directions on changing the information for your ticket(s). You’ll need to square away the financial side of it between you and the person you’re selling or gifting your ticket to. Once that’s done, go in and change the ticket to their information so they receive a copy of it in their email.
If you run into problems, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the original ticket buyer’s first and last name, and include the First Name, Last Name, Email, and Phone Number of the new ticket holder.
No. You do not have to print your ticket. Once your name is in our registration system, you’re okay to show up to the front gate with your ID so we can find you on our list.
If you suspect that your first and last name is not on your ticket, please read this article from Eventbrite.com for directions on changing the information for your ticket(s) or contact us at email@example.com.
If your ticket does not match your ID, please send us an email with that information so we can fix your ticket. All tickets must have the legal first and last name of each attendee.