What are the SCOTFEST Admission Fees? Only $10 per person online ($15 at the gate), daily – Children 12 and younger are free!
What are the festival hours? Fri 5:00PM – 11:00PM, Sat 9:00AM – 11:00PM & Sun 9:00AM – 6:30PM
Where can I find the festivals event schedule? Our event schedule is listed in the Scotrock Live page of our website, however, you can link to it here.
Can I bring food and drinks to SCOTFEST? No. Outside food and drinks are not permitted at SCOTFEST. However, there will be a wide variety of local vendors and plenty of Scottish themed food and drink options.
Will there be accommodations at the festival for the handicapped? Most areas of the festival are wheelchair accessible. Handicapped parking spaces are located in the paid parking area directly west of the festival site.
Can I bring my pet to the festival? Leashed pets are permitted on the festival grounds. However, they are not permitted in any of the tents. And, with the crowds at the festival, we suggest that you leave your pet at home.
Will there be Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs) at the festival? If you are short on cash at the festival, automated teller machines are on-site.
Will there be alcoholic beverages at this event? Yes. You must bring valid identification and obtain a free wristband to purchase and to consume alcoholic beverages at the festival.
What other restrictions and rules should I be aware of?
Remember, please: – You cannot bring any beverages, coolers, ice chests, etc., into the festival grounds.
Beer sales end 30 minutes before the festival closes each evening – You cannot leave the festival site with an alcoholic beverage – Please drink responsibly.
Weapons and drugs are strictly prohibited, Yes, that includes Concealed Carry !
No beverages on the dance floors
Smoking is prohibited inside all tents, by order of the Fire Marshall
Pets are not allowed in the tents
Bike riding or skating are not permitted
Do not climb on scaffold towers, stages or tents
There is no wading or swimming in Zink Lake or the Arkansas River
Defacing public property anywhere within River Parks may result in prosecution