Festival Grounds Rules & Regulations

Children 12 and under get in free!

All active or inactive military personnel and their families receive free admittance to the festival on Sunday May 24th.







A Few Festival Reminders: We try not to have too many rules. (We are a bunch of hippies, after all.)

BE PREPARED: Be sure to bring drinking water (farm only has water for washing), sunscreen, swimsuits, bug spray, flashlights (farm is dark at night), a hat, shades, rain gear, eats and drinks, or if you like you can eat from the multiple food and drink vendors on-site.  

Bring your own chairs, blankets or sun canopies and sit where you like. We do have large tents set up for shade near each stage but there is no reserved seating available. Remember, if you leave your chair in place and leave the concert area for a while, it’s the Hippie way to share your chair until you return.


  • No motorized vehicles (golf carts, ATVs, etc) are allowed into the festival.


  • No glass allowed cause you can hit it with the tractor and almost put an eye out… plus it is dangerous and heavy for our crew to remove.


  • No fires directly burning on the ground or digging holes! Contained cook fires such as hibachis, grills or propane cook stoves are okay. Bring a fire extinguisher, and keep it handy. Please don’t dig holes, the horses use the fields when the festival is not going on.


    • No pets. Sorry, we do not allow animals of any kind. If you need a place for your pets to stay during the weekend, there is a really nice boarding kennel close to the festival. Call Copyright Pet Resort to make your reservations at (931) 528-8007.   
           -If you require a service animal please let us know ahead of time.


BE NICE: Hippie Jack’s is the counter culture life—a real community built on helping each other, learning from each other, and loving each other. Leave the violence and hate outside the gate!


    • No weapons permitted on grounds

    • No generators in Scrappytown – and please keep use of generators to a minimum in other areas of the campgrounds as a courtesy to your neighbors


    • Be Quiet in Family and Quiet camping from 11pm – 8am.
    • Park vehicles perpendicular to driving paths to conserve space.

LEAVE NO TRACE: All that should be left behind are the echoes of your sweet songs.  Keep it clean, alright and help and encourage others to do the same—both on the farm and in the real world. Remember, we use the farm for the grand-kids, dogs and horses to play and graze throughout the year. Dispose of anything that might make the kids or animals sick.


AND Please don’t throw cigarette butts on the ground or in the river. (Yes people, I’ve seen it done.) It’s not good for the horses, grand-kids, or the environment. Plus it hurts Hippie’s back to pick these up after the festival is over.


Keep your campsite clean – use trash and recycle bins properly.

BE RESPONSIBLE: This is a family-friendly event! Alcohol is permitted, but we ask everyone to be discrete and considerate of others in every respect. Remember, NO GLASS IS ALLOWED!

  • Under-age drinking will not be tolerated.

  • No one under the age of 18 can camp or attend without an adult chaperone.

  • Wear wristbands at all times.  If you don’t have a wristband you will be asked to purchase another.


  • FYI: The festival is held on a rural farm and cell phones will NOT work.  


ALTERNATE DIRECTIONS WHEN EXITING: Due to the expansion of the festival, when leaving the festival please exit to the LEFT. It is only a few miles longer and it will help keep everyone safe on the gravel road. The alternate directions will be provided when you exit.



If you are going to camp in the lower river field (Jam & Semi—Quiet Camping behind Hippie’s house) please note only vehicles (RV’s) smaller than 25ft* will be allowed into this camping area (or at our discretion & weather permitting) Vehicles will not be allowed to leave the lower river camping area until your departure—This is part of our main festival area and we want to keep everyone safe! *If you are longer than 25ft you will camp in the RV camping area.

If you are going to camp in Scrappy Town, and plan to bring a tow-behind camper, please make sure it is 16 feet or less in length, so you will be able to make the turn into the Scrappy Town entrance.

ASSUMPTION OF RISK: By attending this event I hereby make application to the Board of Directors of the Council of Americana Roots Music (COARM), a non-profit corporation, to participate in the below named activity.  I certify that I have read, understand, and accept the following representation, stipulations and waiver: ACCORDINGLY, I HEREBY WAIVE, FOR MYSELF, MY PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES, HEIRS AND NEXT OF KIN, ALL CLAIMS, WHICH I MIGHT HAVE AGAINST COARM, ANY OTHER PROVIDERS OF FACILITIES AND ANY OF THEM IN COMBINATION, and their officers, directors, agents, employees and contractors, for injury, accident, illness, property damage, death or other occurrence arising in any manner whatsoever out of my participation in activities sponsored by COARM; namely the Jammin at Hippie Jack’s festival and event program.  FURTHERMORE, I agree to indemnify, save and hold harmless COARM from any and all loss, costs, damages, expenses, and attorney’s fees arising out of my participation, or the participation of persons who accompany me, in the Jammin at Hippie Jack’s festival and event program related activities.

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