Camping Map + SPACE DETAILS COMING SOON!

 

Camp at the Daytona International Speedway and keep the rock-and-roll party going all weekend long!

All Camping Passes Include:

  • 5 nights of camping!
  • (1) Camping parking pass in included with each campsite.
  • Infield campers will have access to indoor restrooms and complimentary indoor showers. West Lot campers will have access to portable toilets and complimentary shower trailers.
  • Campers have In and Out access from the festival to and from their camp site during festival hours
  • The Campground has 24 hour security, medical and customer service assistance.
  • Campers can visit the campground General Store for camping supplies. Concessions will also be available throughout the weekend in the campground.

Camping passes do not include:

  • Electricity or water (including sewage) hook ups – unless otherwise specified.
  • Your festival admission pass. You must purchase your 4-day festival admission pass separately. Festival admission is required in order to camp.

Other Info:

  • All RV power connections are 50 Amp service and may be up to 75ft away from your RV space. Please bring 50-75ft of power cord and if your RV requires 30 Amp, please bring the appropriate adapter.
  • In order to camp in our dedicated RV areas, you MUST arrive in your RV. An RV must be parked on each RV campsite.
  • Each Car + Tent campsite must be occupied by a livable unit on the campsite.

Accessibility FAQs

WHAT DOES THE FESTIVAL PROVIDE?
  • Seated ADA viewing platforms-See below for more details
  • ADA Accessible restrooms
  • Private ADA personal hygiene area
  • Mobility-device charging and storage
  • Chilled medication storage (ice chest only)
  • Hydration
  • Family services (changing/feeding)
  • Event Information (also in Braille and large print as requested)
  • American Sign Language Interpreters (select sets based on requests)
  • A place to sit and relax and escape the elements as needed
HOW DO I ACCESS THE VIEWING AREA(S)?

When you enter the festival grounds, visit the access center to obtain a wristband allowing access to the dedicated viewing area. All passes to the festival are general admission or VIP, purchasing an accessible ticket is not necessary. The Accessible Viewing Areas are located in GA sections.

The wristband does NOT guarantee a spot in these areas and is to show Festival staff that the patron plus one companion is eligible to enter the accessible viewing areas or the Deaf and Hard of Hearing areas. The accessibility wristband is non-transferable. Please note that the viewing areas have a limited capacity and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. We cannot save or reserve seats or areas on the platform. Once it’s determined that an accessible viewing area is filled to capacity (including adequate aisle space for entering and exiting the area), the area will not be available for additional entry.

Signage will be placed at the Festival identifying all viewing areas for patrons with mobility limitations and patrons who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing. Please visit the Access Center for a map of the festival grounds.

WHAT SERVICES DO YOU PROVIDE FOR DEAF/HARD OF HEARING PATRONS?

Patrons with mobility impairments or Deaf/Hard of Hearing patrons can request an accessibility wristband at the Access Center. This wristband is to show Festival staff that the patron plus ONE companion is eligible to enter the accessible viewing areas. The accessibility wristband is non-transferrable.

IF I AM IN WHEELCHAIR, CAN I GET AROUND?

The Festival is wheelchair accessible but is a large venue with great distances between activities and attractions. It is outdoors and across city streets and pathways. Some travel is over natural terrain and terrain designed for motor vehicles. If it should rain, there could be mud.

The Festival does not provide personal care, golf cart rides, or push services of any kind or wheelchairs for rent or loan. Wheelchairs, power wheelchairs, and three or four-wheeled scooters are allowed only for use by patrons with mobility disabilities. For safety reasons, requests to use other power-driven mobility devices will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

Powered wheelchairs may also be charged at the Access Center. Patrons should bring all cords and accessories needed to charge their devices. Chargers must use a 110-volt, 20-amp circuit.
Accessible portable toilets are available at the ends of each bank of portable toilets throughout the festival venue.

ARE SERVICE ANIMALS ALLOWED?

Pets are not allowed within the Festival grounds. However, service animals, which have been trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability, are welcome. If accompanied by a service animal, you will be provided a Patron Notice of Responsibility for a Service Animal. Please enter through the accessible lane at either entrance for assistance.

CAN I BRING PRESCRIPTIONS OR SPECIAL DIETARY FOODS?

Outside food and drink are not allowed inside the Festival, but if a patron has special medical dietary restrictions, enough food for the one person for the day will be allowed. Patrons are allowed to bring their medically necessary materials and medications into the Festival, provided that all medicine has a prescription label with the patron’s name.

Our personnel at the entry gates will verify the contents of any medically necessary materials. Out of concern for the festival staff who handle the trash, please dispose of your medical waste and syringes in the proper disposal, which is located at the Medical Tent. Please do not dispose of these items in other trash bins at the Festival.

IS THERE ADA PARKING?
There is designated ADA parking in both the General and Premium parking lots. Vehicles will need both their advanced purchase parking pass along with a valid government issued ADA placard or license plate to park in these designated ADA areas within the General and Premium Parking lots. 
For day of show sales, ADA parking will be in Lot 1. Fans parking in Lot 1 will enter the festival at the Turn 1 entrance.  
There will be an ADA parking shuttle available in Lot 4 (Day of Show Parking), Lot 1 (Day of Show Parking), and Lot 6 (Advance Sales General & Premium Parking). 
Lot 4 travels to Lot 1 (outside of track)
Thursday & Friday – 12:00PM – 12:45AM
Saturday & Sunday – 11:30AM – 12:45AM
Lot 1 travels to Turn 1 Gate
Thursday & Friday – 12:00PM – 12:45AM
Saturday & Sunday – 11:30AM – 12:45AM
Lot 6 travels to Turn 2 Gate
Thursday & Friday – 12:00PM – 12:45AM
Saturday & Sunday – 11:30AM – 12:45AM
IS THERE ADA CAMPING?

Yes, Welcome To Rockville is committed to making the events accessible to everyone and there will be accessible campsites available. ADA Accessible showers will be available within camping. Please email access@welcometorockville.com with your request so we can be prepared for your arrival.

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS ABOUT OUR ADA ACCESS & ACCOMMODATIONS?

If you have any ADA related questions, feel free to reach out to access@welcometorockville.com.

Connect with our community on our DWP ADA Facebook Group.

Allowed Items

WHAT CAN I BRING WITH ME INTO THE FESTIVAL?

– CELLPHONES & SMALL PORTABLE CHARGERS
– SUNSCREEN (NON-AEROSOL)
– ONE FACTORY-SEALED BOTTLE OF WATER (20 OZ. MAX SIZE) OR ONE EMPTY PLASTIC REFILLABLE WATER BOTTLE (NO HYDROFLASKS, GLASS OR YETIS)
– BINOCULARS
– TOWELS AND LIGHT BLANKETS
– SMALL, POINT-AND-SHOOT DIGITAL CAMERA
– HATS AND SUNGLASSES
– EARPLUGS
– SEALED PACKS OF CIGARETTES & CIGARS
– VAPE PENS & E-CIGARETTES

We strongly encourage you to not bring bags of any sort. if you must bring a bag, please abide by our bag policy below:

WHAT IS NOT ALLOWED INTO THE FESTIVAL?

– NO LARGE BAGS, BACKPACKS, OR DUFFLE BAGS – SEE BAG POLICY IN ALLOWED ITEMS
– NO COOLERS OR PICNIC BASKETS
– NO OUTSIDE FOOD OR BEVERAGES – EXCEPTION: ONE FACTORY-SEALED BOTTLE OF WATER (20 OZ. MAX SIZE)
– NO YETIS OR HYDROFLASKS
– NO GLASS CONTAINERS
– NO STROLLERS
– NO VIDEO CAMERAS OR GOPROS
– NO AUDIO RECORDING DEVICES
– NO LAPTOPS OR TABLETS
– NO PROFESSIONAL CAMERAS OR CAMERAS WITH REMOVABLE LENSES
– NO SELFIE STICKS
– NO LASERS OR LASER POINTERS
– NO DRONES
– NO CHAIRS OF ANY KIND
– NO UMBRELLAS
– NO HULA HOOPS OR TOTEMS
– NO BALLOONS OR BEACH BALLS
– NO CONFETTI OR GLOW STICKS
– NO AEROSOL CANS
– NO WHISTLES OR AIR HORNS
– NO FIREWORKS OR EXPLOSIVES
– NO MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS OF ANY KIND
– NO CAMELBAKS OR OTHER REFILLABLE HYDRATION PACKS
– NO WEAPONS OF ANY KIND
– NO DRUGS OR DRUG PARAPHERNALIA
– NO PETS (WITH EXCEPTION OF SERVICE ANIMALS)
– NO COLORS OR PATCHES
– NO CHAINS, CHAIN WALLETS, OR SPIKES
– NO UNAUTHORIZED VENDING OR ADVERTISING
– NO WALKIE TALKIES/TWO WAY RADIOS

Your safety is our number one concern, so these items are also subject to change at any time and at the discretion of the security staff.

CAN I BRING A PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION OR MEDICALLY NECESSARY FOOD ITEMS INTO THE FESTIVAL?

Outside food and drink are not allowed inside the Festival, but if a patron has special medical dietary restrictions, enough food for the one person for the day will be allowed. Patrons are allowed to bring their medically necessary materials and medications into the Festival, provided that all medicine has a prescription label with the patron’s name.

Our personnel at the entry gates will verify the contents of any medically necessary materials. Out of concern for the festival staff who handle the trash, please dispose of your medical waste and syringes in the proper disposal, which is located at the Medical Tent. Please do not dispose of these items in other trash bins at the Festival. Please direct any further questions to access@welcometorockville.com.

Camping FAQs

WHAT ACTIVITIES WILL BE AVAILABLE WHILE CAMPING?

New in 2022, Welcome to Rockville is amplifying the weekend camping experience with two themed contests around “I Love The ‘80s.” Campers will be encouraged to deck their campsite in their best ‘80s-inspired decor for the entire weekend, with the first contest taking place on Friday, May 20 from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm. Judges will walk around the campgrounds to pick two winners that best matches the “I Love The ‘80s” theme. One winner will be selected from the car + tent campground lots, and one will be selected from the RV camping lots. On the morning of Saturday, May 21, Welcome To Rockville will be hosting a Best Dressed contest from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm. Participating campers should plan to dress in their ‘80s best to win an exclusive prize. Contest prizing to include: Owners Club, Presented by TickPick, Upgrade for 2022 (for 4), VIP Upgrade for 2022 (for 4), 3-Song Viewing Opportunity from the soundboard (Welcome To Rockville will determine the set), GA 4-Pack for 2023 w/ camping spot, VIP 4-Pack for 2023 w/ camping spot, 10 Drink & 10 Food Vouchers, Twitch guest appearance and on-show interview (for 4 – 2 to go on air, 2 to watch *Best Dressed Winning Prize Only*) Campers arriving on Wednesday are also encouraged to dress in their ‘80s best for the Wednesday night kick-off party, featuring a headlining performance by Steel Panther.

WHEN CAN I ARRIVE TO SET UP MY CAMPSITE?

The Welcome To Rockville campgrounds open at 12:00 PM (noon) on Wednesday, May 18th. Camping vehicle hangtags will be mailed in advance and include directions to the camping tollbooth entrance. Fans who purchased (in advance) an Early Arrival Pass can gain access to the campgrounds beginning at 9:00 AM on Wednesday, May 18th.

Check-in hours of operation:
Our check-in hours are:
Wednesday: 12:00 PM-10:00 PM (9 AM for Early Arrival Passes)
Thursday: 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM- 10:00 PM
Saturday: 8:00 AM-6:00 PM
Sunday: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
*all hours subject to change

Camping Box Office hours will run simultaneously with check-in hours Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. All campers must have a festival pass to enter the campgrounds. All festival passes will be scanned for verification and then you will receive your camping wristband(s).

WHEN DO I HAVE TO BE PACKED UP AND OUT OF THE CAMPGROUND AFTER THE SHOW?

The campground closes at 12:00 PM (noon) on Monday, May 23rd.

WHAT IS THE SIZE OF MY CAMPSITE?

Car camping sites measure approximately 10’ x 35’. RV camping spaces measure approximately 20′ x 42’. Driver / Owner camping spaces measure approximately 20’x50’

WHAT TYPE OF POWER COMES WITH FULL HOOK UPS?

All RV power connections are 50 Amp service and may be up to 75ft away from your RV space. Please bring 50-75ft of power cord and if your RV requires 30 Amp, please bring the appropriate adapter.

WILL THERE BE RV PUMP-OUT/FILL-UP SERVICES AVAILABLE?

A vendor will be within the campgrounds to provide RV black/gray water tank pump-out services, as well as fresh water fill-up to those in no hook-up campsites. These services will be available for a nominal fee, paid at the time of service.

CAN YOU LEAVE THE CAMPGROUNDS OVER THE WEEKEND?

Campers are allowed to leave on foot at any time. For camping fans that want to have access to a vehicle over the weekend, an Overnight Camping Parking Pass will be available for purchase upon arrival at the Campground tollbooth for $75. This designated overnight parking will be in Lot 4-located outside of the track. Campers with this pass will need to exit the campground on foot to access this parking area and will be subject to search upon re-entry into the campgrounds. This is only available to purchase upon arrival at the festival and not in advance. Limited quantities available.

WHAT CONSTITUTES AN RV?

An RV is defined as any vehicle larger either in length, width, or height than a normal sixteen (16) passenger van (anything 20’ or longer). All oversized vehicles, trailers, and campers that are towed are considered RVs. You MUST have an RV space to bring in an RV, otherwise, you will be turned away. Buses, Box Trucks, and Cargo Vans are not allowed within the campgrounds.

WILL RVS AND VEHICLES BE SEARCHED AT THE CAMPGROUND ENTRANCE?

All vehicles will be thoroughly searched. Please review the Allowed and Prohibited Items, listed below.

CAN I HAVE AN RV DELIVERED TO THE CAMPGROUND?

RV deliveries/drop-offs/pick-ups are not permitted. Each person entering the campgrounds must have a camping & admission wristband as well as a camping parking pass. We apologize for the inconvenience.

CAN YOU LEAVE THE FESTIVAL AND GO BACK TO THE CAMPGROUNDS DURING EVENT HOURS?

Yes. Campers have re-entry privileges between the festival and campground during festival hours. Campers are subject to search each time they enter the festival.

CAN ALL WELCOME TO ROCKVILLE ATTENDEES VISIT THE CAMPGROUNDS?

No, only campers with proper credentials are allowed in the Welcome To Rockville campgrounds. You must have a festival pass and camping wristband to be allowed entry.

HOW MANY PEOPLE CAN SLEEP IN MY CAMPSITE?

Each car camping pass allows for up to 4 (four) campers, each RV camping pass allows for up to 6 (six) campers.

HOW DO I CAMP NEAR MY FRIENDS?

If you want to park near your friends, make sure you arrive at the same time and that you have the same type of camping pass. Upon arrival, you will be directed to your camping spots.

WHAT HOURS CAN I RUN MY GENERATOR?

Generator hours are from 8am – 3am for Car and RV areas. Only generators that have been factoryinstalled on your RV are permitted. No modification. No personal fabrications. No aftermarket installs.  Please note-only generators that are 4kw or smaller are permitted if they are not factory installed in your RV.

Always be mindful of where your exhaust is aimed and make sure it is never venting into an enclosed area like a neighbor’s tent.

WHAT CAN I BRING WITH ME INTO THE CAMPGROUNDS?
• TENT
• E-Z UP / SHADE STRUCTURE (NO LARGER THAN 10’X10’)
• TENNIS BALLS OR CAPS USED FOR TENT STAKES
• SLEEPING BAGS, BLANKETS, PILLOWS
• ICE CHESTS/COOLERS
• FOOD AND BEVERAGES/WATER
• ONE CASE OF BEER IN ALUMINUM CANS OR ALUMINUM BOTTLES AND/OR ONE BOX OF WINE PER PERSON IS ALLOWED IN THE CAMPGROUND. NO LIQUOR, GLASS BOTTLES, KEGS OR VENDING IS ALLOWED.
• PRESCRIPTIONS IN THEIR ORIGINAL BOTTLES WITH BOTTLE ATTACHED. ID MUST MATCH NAME ON LABEL.
• CHAIRS
• TRASH BAGS
• FACTORY-SEALED WATER BOTTLES (20 OZ. MAX SIZE) OR EMPTY PLASTIC REFILLABLE WATER BOTTLE 
SMALL, POINT-AND-SHOOT DIGITAL CAMERA
• CELL PHONES
• LIGHTERS AND SEALED PACKS OF CIGARETTES/CIGARS
• EARPLUGS
• SUNSCREEN
• SEALED PACKS OF GUM
• NON-AMPLIFIED (ACOUSTIC) MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
• RV GENERATORS THAT ARE FACTOR INSTALLED 
• GENERATORS THAT ARE 4K WATTS OR SMALLER (IMMORDERATE AMOUNTS OF GASOLINE WILL BE CONFISCATED) 
• PORTABLE GRILLS-TYPE THAT USES 16OZ CONTAINERS OF PROPANE. (LIMIT ONE CANISTER PER GRILL, PER DAY)
WHAT IS NOT ALLOWED INTO THE CAMPGROUNDS?
• NO GLASS BOTTLES OF ANY KIND (DRINKS, SAUCES, PICKLES, ETC.)
• NO ALCOHOL FOR MINORS. YOU MUST BE 21+ TO DRINK WITHIN THE CAMPGROUNDS. IF ENTERING WITH ALCOHOL, YOU MUST PRESENT GOVERNMENT – ISSUED IDENTIFICATION. 21+ CAMPERS ARE ADVISED TO CARRY THEIR GOVERNMENT-ISSUED IDENTIFICATION AT ALL TIMES.
• NO DRONES OR REMOTE CONTROL VEHICLE
• NO DRUGS OR DRUG PARAPHERNALIA
• NO VENDING OF ANY KIND (FOOD, DRINKS, MERCHANDISE, ETC.)
• NO LOOSE PILLS, PILLS WITHOUT A PRESCRIPTION, OR EXPIRED MEDICATIONS OF ANY KIND (ALL MEDICATIONS, PRESCRIPTION OR OTHERWISE, MUST BE IN THEIR ORIGINAL CONTAINER)
• NO HOOKAHS
• NO PETS (EXCEPT SERVICE ANIMALS)
• NO MIRRORS (HANDHELD OR PERMANENT WITHIN CAMPING VEHICLE OK)
• NO SPRAY PAINT
• NO PROMOTIONAL FLYERS, PROMOTIONAL/CORPORATE BRANDED BANNERS, OR VEHICLES DISPLAYING SPONSORSHIPS OR ADS
• NO WEAPONS OF ANY KIND (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO DINNER KNIFES, POCKET KNIVES, PEPPER SPRAY, ETC.) OR ITEMS THAT COULD BE USED AS WEAPONS (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO HAMMERS, GOLF CLUBS, ETC.)
• NO TIKI TORCHES
• NO PROFESSIONAL RECORDING EQUIPMENT—PHOTO, VIDEO OR AUDIO (DETACHABLE LENSES, TRIPODS, BIG ZOOMS, GOPROS OR COMMERCIAL-USE RIGS)
• NO FIREWORKS
• NO OPEN CAMPFIRES OR FIRES/FLAMES OF ANY KIND (SMALL PROPANE GRILLS OK)
• NO GOLF CARTS, BIKES, DUNE BUGGIES, OFF-ROAD MOTORCYCLES, SEGWAYS, OR HOVER BOARDS
• NO SPEAKER SYSTEMS
• NO AIR HORNS
• NO BOX TRUCKS, CUBE TRUCKS, 4-WHEELERS, UTILITY TRAILERS OR OVERSIZED FLATBEDS
• NO METAL STAKES (PLASTIC STAKES OKAY)
• NO PROPANE TANKS OVER 16OZ THAT ARE NOT ATTACHED TO AN RV UNIT. 
• NO GENERATORS THAT ARE LARGER THAN 4KW (UNLESS FACTORY INSTALLED IN YOUR RV)
• NO HELIUM TANKS
• NO WALKIE TALKIES/TWO WAY RADIOS

For further questions about camping, please email info@welcometorockville.com

WHAT HOURS ARE SHOWERS OPEN?
COMPLIMENTARY SHOWER HOURS:
Wednesday:  1:00 pm-7:00pm
Thursday: 7:00am – 2:00pm / 8:00pm-1:00am
Friday: 7:00am – 2:00pm / 8:00pm – 1:00am
Saturday: 7:00am – 2:00pm / 8:00pm – 1:00am
Sunday: 7:00am – 2:00pm / 8:00 – 1:00am
Monday: 7:00am – 12:00pm
*subject to change
IS THERE ADA CAMPING?

Yes, Welcome To Rockville is committed to making the events accessible to everyone and there will be accessible campsites available. Please email access@welcometorockville.com with your request so we can be prepared for your arrival.

COVID Questions

WHAT SAFETY MEASURES WILL BE TAKEN TO KEEP PATRONS AND STAFF SAFE FROM COVID 19?

An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any place where people gather. By attending Welcome To Rockville Festival, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to Covid-19 and agree to waive all claims and potential claims against the City of Daytona Beach, County of Volusia, Danny Wimmer Presents, LLC and their affiliated companies relating to such risks.

In congruence with Daytona International Speedway’s current safety measures, Welcome To Rockville WILL NOT require proof of COVID-19 vaccination or testing. However, face coverings will be required in all indoor areas of the facility and DWP strongly recommends all festival goers wear face coverings while attending the event.

WILL I HAVE TO WEAR A MASK OR NEED A VACCINE?

In congruence with Daytona International Speedway’s current safety measures, Welcome To Rockville WILL NOT require proof of COVID-19 vaccination or testing. However, face coverings will be required in all indoor areas of the facility and DWP strongly recommends all festival goers wear face coverings while attending the event.

IF I AM AFFECTED FROM A TRAVEL BAN – WILL I GET A REFUND IF I CAN’T TRAVEL TO THE EVENT?

Yes, if there is a travel ban from your country to the United States or within the United States at the time of the festival taking place, we will absolutely honor a refund request.

HEALTH & SAFETY INFO

Click Here to visit our Health And Safety Page for more info.

General FAQs

WHAT’S THE BEST WAY TO GET TO THE FESTIVAL?

If you are camping, see our Camping Info HERE. If you are parking or taking a taxi/ride share, see our Parking Info HERE. For those traveling from afar, you can fly into Orlando (MCO) or Daytona Beach (DAB). Orlando is located about one hour from Daytona Beach.

WHAT ABOUT THE WEATHER?

Welcome To Rockville is an outdoor event and is held rain or shine, except in the case that the festival may be delayed and/or canceled and the festival grounds may be evacuated if inclement or severe weather poses a threat to patron and staff safety. We encourage patrons to check the weather forecast and dress accordingly (e.g. in the event of rain, we advise ponchos and rain boots). No refunds or exchanges will be given as a result of weather conditions; and no refunds or exchanges will be given for inclement or severe weather that necessitates an evacuation, delay or cancellation in part or whole of the event.

WHAT AGES ARE ALLOWED?

This is an all-ages event. All attendees are required to purchase a full-price ticket, regardless of age. We strongly encourage parents to bring hearing protection for their children.

WILL RE-ENTRY BE ALLOWED AT THE FESTIVAL?

Re-entry into the festival is not permitted unless you are camping on-site and have a camping wristband. Once you have entered the venue each day, you will not be allowed to leave and come back in. Please plan accordingly. If there is an emergency and you must leave, please speak to a supervisor at the gate.

MY FRIEND IS TERMINALLY ILL AND WANTS TO ATTEND THE SHOW. CAN YOU DO SOMETHING SPECIAL FOR THEM?

We work with Living The Dream Foundation, a great company that will do their best to accommodate these special fans when possible. They will screen all requests and reach out if there is an opportunity! Find out more and to contact LTD Foundation HERE.

WHERE CAN I GO TO PICK UP LOST ITEMS DURING & AFTER THE EVENT IS OVER?

Lost & Found is located at the Info Booths, located near each entrance. In addition to visiting the Info Booth on-site, there will be a link available during show days to search our found items database to see if your lost item has been turned in or submit a claim for your lost item. Post-show Lost & Found location will be shared on our social media during the show weekend.

WHICH STAGE AND WHAT TIME WILL BANDS BE PLAYING?

A full schedule with set times will be posted about two weeks before the show via our website, socials and mobile app.

WHAT TIME DO GATES OPEN DAILY?

Gate times are TBD and will be announced closer to the event. Usually gates open between 11am-Noon, however, this is subject to change.

WILL ALCOHOL BE SOLD?

Yes. Beer, wine and mixed drinks will be sold to those 21 or older with a valid government-issued photo ID.

WILL THERE BE ATMs?

Yes. Credit cards and cashless via RFID wristband will also be accepted at all food & beverage locations and at the merchandise stand.

WILL THERE BE LOCKERS?

We will have lockers available for rent on-site in both GA and VIP areas. Lockers measure 8”H x 12”W x 18”D and include a universal phone charger. Locker reservations will be available soon.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Fahntoosh Enterprises:

Want to volunteer? Help our Welcome To Rockville patrons with Fahntoosh Enterprises in exchange for your admission to the four-day event.

Volunteer positions will include:

  • Access Center – distributing ADA Access wristbands and answering questions from patrons with disabilities.
  • Access Platforms – staffing the viewing platforms to host the ADA patrons.
  • Info Booth/Lost & Found – staff the info booth answering questions from patrons and assisting with the Lost & Found program.

Volunteer applications will be available after the lineup is announced.

Read more about Fahntoosh HERE.

 

Clean Vibes

Rock hard, recycle harder! We are excited to have Clean Vibes return to Welcome to Rockville to keep Daytona clean.  Clean Vibes will be accepting volunteers to help with the cleanup and recycling effort in exchange for admission to the festival.  Volunteer signups are now open. Volunteer applications will be available after the lineup is announced.

HOW CAN I SUBMIT MY BAND?

We are not currently accepting fan or band submissions for signed artists. If you have an unsigned band, we have an amazing way to get on our radar via the DWPresents channel on Twitch.  That Space Zebra show runs contests year round to help us find the best unsigned bands for a chance to play a DWP Festival. Submit an application today HERE.

HOW CAN I APPLY TO BE A VENDOR?

If you are interested in becoming a food vendor at Welcome To Rockville 2022, please apply HERE. We are not currently accepting marketplace vendor applications at this time.

I AM A BREASTFEEDING MOTHER – WHAT ARE MY OPTIONS?

Breastfeeding mothers can come by the Info Booth/Access Center located near the main entrance of the festival. It is not private, so be prepared to bring in any cover you will need to feel comfortable. You can bring items necessary to pump into the venue (pump, small soft-sided cooler, ice packs, cover) however, we are not responsible for loss or damage of any items brought inside. If you have any questions feel free to reach out to access@welcometorockville.com.

COVID PROTOCOLS

Exact COVID-19 safety protocol will be shared closer to the event adhering to the then-current guidelines of local, state, and national health officials. Preventative health measures (i.e. proof of negative COVID-19 test or COVID-19 vaccination, etc.) may be required for the festival.  Protocols will be communicated as early as possible and are subject to change at any time. Refunds and chargebacks will not be accepted in a result of any COVID protocol implemented.

Health & Safety FAQs

INCLEMENT WEATHER

What Happens If There Is Inclement Weather

Welcome to Rockville is a rain or shine event, however, there are several instances in which the festival may be paused, evacuated, or canceled due to inclement weather, including (but not limited to): severe thunderstorms, lightning in our festival radius, excessive wind, hail, flooding, or as directed by local emergency personnel. Festival management is constantly monitoring weather conditions and consulting with the National Weather Service, as well as a private weather service to ensure the safest event possible.

If an evacuation due to inclement weather becomes necessary fans will either be advised to temporarily seek shelter or that the festival is cancelled for the remainder of the day.  This notification will be made by audio and video announcements from the stages, the WTR Mobile App push notifications, and social media.  We recommend fans download the WTR Mobile App and follow our socials to stay up to date with festival communication.

To allow the necessary time to safely evacuate the festival grounds, the evacuation notice may occur before any weather conditions are viewable.  We request that all fans follow the directions of festival staff and local law enforcement.

WEATHER EVACUATION

If the Evacuation is Temporary, Seek Shelter

Please be advised that tents, the VIP viewing platform, or any other temporary structure is not a safe place to seek shelter.  Safe shelter instructions are below.  Your designated shelter location is based on how you arrived at the festival.  Festival staff will be available to assist you.

Fans who parked:  Fans who parked will return to their vehicle to seek shelter.  Routes to return to each lot will be color coded on a map by corresponding lot color to assist you. Map will be released prior to the festival and added to this FAQ, as well as emailed to all festival purchasers.

Fans that arrived by Rideshare or drop off:   Fans that do not have access to a vehicle will seek shelter in the Grandstands. The entrances and routes will be marked on the festival map and evacuation route signage will be available for assistance.

Fans who are camping:  Fans who are camping will return to the campgrounds. Campers should not shelter in their tents.

Fans with disabilities:  Fans that may require additional time or assistance to evacuate are asked to check in at the Access Center upon arrival to the festival for additional information.

 

After a Temporary Evacuation

When fans are advised to seek temporary shelter, our intent is to restart the festival if weather permits.  Fans will be advised if/when it is safe to return to the festival.  Fans will be given ample time to re-enter the grounds before music will resume.

If it is determined that, after a temporary evacuation, the festival is not able to re-start due to Inclement Weather, fans will be notified that the festival is cancelled and asked to exit the grounds for the remainder of the day.

WEATHER CANCELLATION

If the Festival is Cancelled Due to Weather

If the festival is cancelled for the remainder of the day, fans are asked to safely exit the festival grounds.  Fans who may not be able to easily exit may seek temporary shelter in the Grandstands.

PERSONAL SAFETY PLAN

Prepare in Advance

All Welcome to Rockville fans are asked to have a personal safety plan in place.  Your personal safety plan should include:

  • Reviewing the festival map in advance
  • Knowing your exits
  • Know where you are to go if shelter is required
  • Making a plan with everyone in your party on where to meet up in the event of a festival evacuation.
  • If you are parking at WTR, please remember where you parked. We recommend that you pack and leave extra water in your car.
  • If you use a rideshare service or get dropped off at WTR, note the route to the Grandstands for shelter.
  • If you are camping at WTR, please place all non-tethered items in your vehicle before departing for the festival.  During inclement weather, campers should seek shelter in their vehicle and NOT inside a tent. There are permanent structures available at the campgrounds that are designated as a safe place to shelter.  These locations are noted on the camping map. In the event of inclement weather or any other emergency, campers will be notified via the campgrounds PA system and staff will be available to direct campers as needed.
MOSHING

What Is Moshing?

  • Moshing occurs when a group of patrons run at and slam into each other during a show. It often takes place in a loosely organized circle within a general admission crowd (a “mosh pit”), although it can be as simple as two people repeatedly running into each other during a show and bouncing off in another direction.
  • Moshing can occur in any area of a general admission crowd, including directly in front of the stages.

What’s the big deal about Moshing?

  • Moshing can be dangerous to both participants and bystanders.
  • Moshers can suffer bruises, cuts, sprains, and broken bones, especially where some participants are bigger than others, are moshing more aggressively, or if someone gets hit when they’re not ready.
  • Moshing is also dangerous for non-participants standing nearby. A mosher who breaks through the circle can seriously injure a bystander who is just watching the show and not bracing for impact.

I don’t want to Mosh!! What can I do?

  • Be aware of your surroundings! If you see a Mosh Pit forming near where you’re standing and are uncomfortable being in the proximity of such activities, find an alternate location from which to enjoy the performance!
CROWD SURFING

What is Crowd Surfing?

  • Crowd surfing occurs where a patron is lifted up onto the hands of other patrons, who then pass the surfer along the top of the crowd. Surfing can take place anywhere in a general admission crowd.
  • Crowd surfing most commonly (but not always) occurs in the areas directly in front of the stages.
  • Surfing most commonly (but not always) travels from the back of the crowd TOWARDS the stage.

What’s the big deal about Crowd Surfing?

  • It is dangerous for both the surfer and other patrons.
  • Crowd surfers have virtually no control of their bodies once they are above the crowd. Surfers can be groped, hit, or dropped. Although crowds experienced with surfers generally try to pass them towards the stage, there is no guarantee where or how the ride will end or how the surfer will find their friends in the crowd once they come down.
  • Most of the audience is looking at the Stage! Surfers literally put their health and safety in the hands of people they don’t know who are paying attention to something else.
  • Surfers also endanger other people. A crowd surfer struggling to stay aloft can kick someone in the head or poke them with their hands. Surfing is especially dangerous during an artist’s set, when most patrons are facing the stage and the surfer is being passed from behind them.

I don’t want to Crowd Surf!! What can I do?

  • Be aware of your surroundings! If Crowd Surfing is taking place near where you’re standing, and you are uncomfortable being in the proximity of such activities, find an alternate location from which to enjoy the performance!
COVID COMPLIANCY

An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any place where people gather. By attending Welcome To Rockville Festival, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to Covid-19 and agree to waive all claims and potential claims against the City of Daytona Beach, County of Volusia, Danny Wimmer Presents, LLC and their affiliated companies relating to such risks.

COVID PROTOCOLS

Exact COVID-19 safety protocol will be shared closer to the event adhering to the then-current guidelines of local, state, and national health officials. Preventative health measures (i.e. proof of negative COVID-19 test or COVID-19 vaccination, etc.) may be required for the festival.  Protocols will be communicated as early as possible and are subject to change at any time. Refunds and chargebacks will not be accepted in a result of any COVID protocol implemented.

STAY HYDRATED!

Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate! You may bring in one factory-sealed bottle of water or an empty reusable bottle into the festival. Refill throughout the day with water at the hydration stations. Water & non-alcoholic beverages will be for sale at all concession stands.

DRUG & ALCOHOL USE

Our team at DWP strives to provide a fun and safe atmosphere at FESTIVAL. It is your job to be responsible while having a good time. Underage drinking is prohibited as well as drugs of any kind (incl. cannabis, cannabis products). If you are 21+ and plan to drink alcohol on the grounds, please also keep hydrated. Water stations are FREE, utilize that option!

All of us are responsible for our own safety! Have a great time at the show and take care of yourself and others!

LOCK IT UP

While there will be security onsite, Welcome To Rockville cannot be responsible for lost or stolen items. When leaving your campsite and/or vehicle, please take valuables with you and lock your vehicle. Lockers are available in General Admission, VIP, & Daytona Owners Club, and can be reserved now HERE. A detailed list of what is and is not allowed in the festival grounds can be found on our FESTIVAL INFO page.

SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING
Employees, contractors, vendors, artists, and guests are encouraged to report any interaction that makes them uncomfortable in any way. If you see something, say something. Security exists for the safety and well-being of all Welcome To Rockville participants. Flag down the nearest staff member, medical professional, or security guard if anything feels out of place or suspicious.
All of us are responsible for our own safety!  Have a great time at the show and take care of yourself and others!

Pass FAQs

HOW CAN I UPDATE MY SHIPPING ADDRESS OR BILLING INFO?

Please log into your Front Gate account HERE by hitting sign in at the top of the page! From there, you’ll be able to view and manage your order.

I HAVE AN ISSUE WITH THE PASSES I PURCHASED. WHO CAN HELP ME WITH THAT?

For any pass-related issues, please email info@welcometorockville.com to contact our ticketing customer service team for help.

CAN I PURCHASE A MEET AND GREET FOR BANDS PLAYING THE EVENT?

No, we do not offer any sort of official meet and greet packages for our events.

WHERE CAN I BUY PASSES IN ADVANCE?

You can purchase tickets online via Front Gate Tickets. Please see our PASSES PAGE for full info. There are no physical outlets for walk-up sales in advance of the festival.

MY FRIEND AND I PURCHASED OUR PASSES THE SAME DAY. THEY RECEIVED THEIR ORDER, BUT I HAVE NOT RECEIVED MINE YET. SHOULD I BE WORRIED?

Not to worry! Passes are fulfilled and shipped in batches over several weeks. If your order is being shipped within the U.S., you will receive a tracking number once your pass has been mailed. Passes ship approximately three to four weeks before the festival.

WHEN WILL I RECEIVE MY PASSES?

All wristbands are shipped three to four weeks prior to the event.

U.S. Orders
Your passes will be mailed out to you. As each order is fulfilled, an email will be sent with a tracking number. For those who purchased passes after the deadline, please bring your order confirmation and government-issued photo ID to the Box Office to receive your wristband. If you have questions about receiving your order, shipping address, tracking info, etc. please email us at info@welcometorockville.com.

International Orders
All international orders (including Canadian orders) will be available for pick up at the Box Office. Please bring your order confirmation and government-issued photo ID.

CAN SOMEONE ELSE PICK UP MY PASSES AT WILL CALL?

Yes, someone other than the original purchaser can pick up the wristbands. However, they will need to bring the original order confirmation email, a copy of the original purchaser’s government-issued photo ID, and written consent from the original purchaser stating they can pick up the wristbands.

WHAT TYPE OF ID IS ACCEPTED AT THE BOX OFFICE?

The box office will accept a State-issued Driver’s license, a government-issued Non-Driver ID Card, Military ID, or Passport. Please make sure to have one of these forms of ID with you!

CAN I GET A REFUND ON MY PASSES?

No. We do not offer refunds or exchanges on pass sales. All artists and scheduled performance times are subject to change. The festival is outdoors and is held rain or shine.

WHAT HAPPENS IF I DEFAULT ON MY LAYAWAY?

If you miss your payment, you will have up to a 30-day grace period to pay your next installment before your order is canceled and subject to a non-refundable $50 fee + a $10 termination fee.

CAN I UPGRADE MY SINGLE DAY TO WEEKEND OR GA TO VIP?

You can upgrade on-site at any Box Office location if there is availability as quantities are limited.

CAN I SPLIT MY WEEKEND PASS UP TO DIFFERENT PEOPLE EVERY DAY?

No, your pass is an RFID wristband and a weekend pass is not transferable across multiple attendees.

WHEN/WHERE WILL THE BOX OFFICE BE OPEN ONSITE?
There are two Box Office locations at the festival just outside each festival entrance. Each Box Office can provide the same assistance so you don’t have to worry which direction you arrive from. There will also be a Box Office at the Campground tollbooths and a Customer Service tent at the Campground entrance into the festival. 
BOX OFFICE HOURS
Thursday: 9:30am – 10pm
Friday: 9:30am – 10pm
Saturday: 9:30am – 10pm
Sunday: 9:30am – 9pm
(All times subject to change)
WHEN WILL MY PRE-ORDER MERCH BE SHIPPED?

Pre-order merchandise will be shipped separately from festival passes, no later than two weeks prior to the festival. You will receive an email with tracking information as soon as your merchandise package has shipped.