Daytona International Speedway | Daytona Beach, FL

Register Your Wristbands!

Know Before You Go! Make sure to read through ALL the FAQ’s below before heading to Welcome to Rockville, but first…

* Registration mandatory for entry. Registration code is listed on the back of the RFID saddle of your wristband

Welcome To Rockville is an outdoor event.

Lineup, schedule, and set times are subject to change.

Download our official festival app on Android or iPhone! – App will be updated a few weeks prior to the festival.

Daytona International Speedway
1801 W International Speedway Blvd
Daytona Beach, FL 32114

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 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. We recommend fans review our Health & Safety page, so you can be best prepared to get to safety in the event of inclement weather.

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 or purchased a Hotel + Pass package, through JamPack. 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 on our website and festival mobile app 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 socials and mobile app.

What time do gates open daily?

Gates are scheduled to open at 11a.m. daily, 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 lockers?

We will have lockers available for rent on site in both GA, VIP, and Daytona Owners Club areas. Lockers measure 8”H x 12”W x 18”D and include a universal phone charger. Lockers are available to reserve currently, HERE

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.  The Space Zebra show runs contests year round to help us find the best unsigned bands for a chance to play a DWP Festival. 

Do you offer any special hotel rates for fans?

Yes! We’ve partnered with our friends at Jampack (formerly Fuse), to offer packages that include weekend passes and discounted hotel reservation. Click HERE to grab your hotel package now! 

How can I apply to be a vendor?

If you are interested in becoming a food vendor at Welcome To Rockville 2024, please apply HERE. Please note the application is available from a desktop computer only and not phone. We recommend filling out using the Chrome internet browser. 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

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.

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.
Submit your volunteer application today, HERE
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.  Submit your volunteer application today, HERE
What forms of payment will be accepted?

Credit cards and RFID wristband payments will be accepted in addition to Tap to Pay, Apple Pay and Google Pay. 

Will all vendors accept RFID bands?

All food and beverage vendors, rides and merchandise tents will accept RFID wristband and/or card payments

Will there be reverse ATMs?

Yes! We will have reverse ATMs on site, for you to exchange your cash into a prepaid Mastercard. The reverse ATM will have a $5 minimum and $200 maximum transaction, with a $4.95 fee per cash to card exchange.

Will cash still be accepting in parking?

While cash is not accepted inside the venue, cash will still be accepting for day of show parking purchases. 

Will cash still be accepted in camping and Box Office?

Our General Store in camping and the Box Office will be cashless. We will have reverse ATMs nearby for your use! If you are needing your RV pumped out, they will only accept cash. 

What happens if I don’t use all of my money loaded onto my card, issued by reverse ATM?

When using a reverse ATM, you will be issued a card which works as a Mastercard Gift Card, which can be used outside of the festival! 

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)
Towels and light blankets
Small, point-and-shoot digital camera
Hats and sunglasses
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 metal containers (ex. 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 – including inflatable lounger air sofas
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 you have a special medical dietary restriction, enough food for the one person for the day will be allowed. Fans are allowed to bring their medically necessary materials and medications into the festival, provided that all medicine has a prescription label with the fan’s name. Medicines needing to be inhaled, vaporized, or smoked are prohibited unless in a prescribed inhaler. Please note: Drugs of any kind (incl. cannabis, cannabis products) are prohibited.
Staff 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