2021 Three Day Full Festival VIP Pass

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Includes full-day admission Saturday, September 4 AND Sunday, September 5, 2021.

PLUS: A Special Farm To Table Dinner Friday Evening, September 3, including a private, intimate concert Friday Evening by Over the Rhine and guests. Also includes VIP PARKING for the entire weekend. PLUS a commemorative hand-printed, limited edition, signed festival poster and a stainless steel Nowhere Else Festival water bottle.

Children age 12 and under admitted free.

Note: no hard tickets will be mailed.  Your name(s) will be on a VIP guest list. Pick up your VIP festival wrist band at festival check in.  More detailed information will be emailed prior to the event.

All sales are final; no refunds.  We can, however, transfer your tickets to a different name if you are unable to attend.

IMPORTANT UPDATE:

  • if you previously purchased VIP tickets for May 28, 29 and 30, your ticket will be honored on September 3, 4, and 5.
  • if you previously purchased tickets for May and cannot attend in September, your tickets will be honored in May, 2022.  Please email chip@portmerch.com to make these arrangements.

ONLINE SALES ARE CLOSED, BUT YOU MAY STILL PURCHASE TICKETS AT THE GATE!

Availability: Out of stock

$500.00

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UPDATED NOWHERE ELSE FESTIVAL SAFETY PROTOCOLS

After consulting with epidemiologists and in the interest of our safety, the safety of our artists and festival staff, and the safety of all those attending (affectionately referred to as our extended musical family) Nowhere Else Festival will require proof of vaccination or a recent negative Covid test (w/in 72 hours) for entry into the festival this year.

Masks are required indoors, and may be requested by individual artists for performances in the large open-air tent. Free masks will be available on site. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. (These same guidelines will apply to all indoor Over the Rhine concerts for the remainder of 2021.)

If we follow the best recommendations and science available to us, the risk at our relatively small festival/outdoor event on 23 acres is considered to be low. According to those who have spent their lifetimes in the medical profession and studying infectious diseases, this is the best way to safely offer live music at this time. We are determined to do our part to keep our beloved community safe, and help avoid another shutdown. #savelivemusic