Are Minors Allowed to Go to Caveman Music Festival? 

Children 12 and under are free in the VIP and Saints areas 

The event will feature three days of Americana music and is expected to attract 10,000 attendees. Americana music is an eclectic mash-up of traditional American sounds that traces its roots to the Southern U.S. genres of gospel, folk, blues, rock and roll. Caveman will feature bluegrass and other Americana genres. For more information about the festival, visit cavemanmusicfestival.com. 

(Americana Festival 2022 Caveman Music Festival at Monument Lake Resort in Colorado is the perfect place to grasp the last sun-soaked days of summer. Contact us for more details about the passes and packages)

 

CCMF wristbands are non-transferable 

CCMF wristbands are non-refundable. Minors may only attend with an adult. Minors may not be allowed to purchase alcohol on their own. All ticket holders must be at least 21 years of age and have a valid photo ID. The lineup is subject to change. CCMF is a rain or shine event. You must bring an umbrella or poncho for the event. 

CCMF wristbands are non-returnable and non-transferable. To exchange wristbands with other festival-goers, purchase another one for the person you are giving the wristband to. However, keep in mind that CCMF wristbands are non-transferable. If you are buying a wristband for a minor, they must be presented to CCMF staff. Minors must have a valid state-issued photo ID to enter the festival. 

CCMF has flexible re-entry policy 

Re-entry policies are often a source of debate, especially at festivals. For example, Mumford & Sons’ “Gentlemen of the Road” tour is currently on tour in several cities, and they have a stern “no ins or outs” re-entry policy that has local business owners up in arms. They argue that such a policy stands in the way of millions of dollars in revenue for the city they’re playing in. 

While many people want to have easy access to festival grounds, they also want to enjoy off-site camping, nearby attractions, and the music. A rigid “no ins and outs” policy can be problematic for festival goers and may even pose a security risk for the festival. While festival operators appreciate the convenience of relaxed re-entry policies, they also view them as a potential revenue loss for the festival and a security risk for their event.