Koksilah Music Festival | Venue & Accessibility
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Venue & Accessibility

Providence Farm  is about a 10 minute drive from Duncan, BC and there will be camping at the farm.  More specific direction will be provided soon.

 

Physical Accessibility: The site has an outdoor main stage and an intimate indoor venue.  Both indoor and outdoor venues are wheelchair accessible and there will be handicap parking close to both stages.  You will find an elevator at the back of the building. There are also wheelchair accessible bathrooms on the ground floor. The site has different types of surfaces including pavement, gravel, and grass.

 

Economic Accessibility: If the cost of the event is a barrier and the volunteer options are not accessible to you please email us so we can accommodate you.  As noted on the ticket page, admission for Quw’utsun people is free of charge, acknowledging that this event is being held on their territory.

 

Kids: This will be a family friendly event.  The Kid’s Zone will be accessible throughout the festival, providing craft supplies, toys, and scheduled activities including face painting, nature games, storytelling, and music. Volunteers will be assisting in the kid’s tent, but please do not leave your children unattended. Admission is free for kids 12 and under. There are also youth passes for sale (age 13-17).

 

Dogs: Pets are not permitted on site apart from working guide dogs.

 

Alcohol:  We will not be selling alcohol and ask that you respect our decision to make this a dry event.  Thanks for understanding!

 

Smoking:  Due to extreme fire risk, please smoke only in the designated smoking area.

 

Glass: Please do not bring any glass containers onto the premises.  Broken glass poses a risk both to other festival-goers and to animals grazing in the fields when the farm is in use.