Common and Helpful Item to Bring Along
Tent, Sleeping Pads, Sleeping Bags, Headlamps/Flashlights, Insect Repellent, Cook Stove, Plenty of Water, Healthy Food, Coolers (preferably Bear Proof), Rain Gear, Swimming Gear, Hiking Shoes, Plenty of Warm Clothing, Cameras, Notebooks, an Appetite to Experience the Tetons and this Unique Event. If you do not have all these things you can rent any and all camping gear from Teton Backcountry Rentals – https://tetonbcrentals.com/index
Lost & Found
Just don’t loose shit, but if you do Lost & Found will be located at the First Aid Tent
Safety & Medical
Safety is of utmost importance for a successful festival and to ensure this keeps happening. Please be respectful to our facilities, to nature, and to one another. There will be a clearly marked First Aid Tent staffed by volunteers in case there are injuries. There will also be clearly marked areas for Fire Extinguishers to be found in case of an emergency. Please make yourself aware of these locations upon arrival.
Cell Phone Service and Charging Stations
There is very limited cell service at Heart 6 Ranch. Be prepared to not have service upon your arrival. Phones can be charged in your car, or in the main building at Heart 6 Ranch. Outlets will not be provided at the concert venue itself.
Car pooling is highly encouraged. The carbon footprint of this festival needs to be minimized. Additionally, we need to reduce traffic for the local residents. We also need to minimize negative impacts on the land, especially in the parking area. For these reasons we have established the following parking fees
- 3 or more in a car – Fee Parking
- Less than 3 in a car – $20/day
- Motorcycles – Free Parking (because you are bad ass)
- Recreational Vehicles / Trailers – We are still in the process of settling the permits for higher weight vehicles. We will do everything in our power to try to pass the permits for RV’s to be allowed in the parking/camping area. We just can’t guarantee it at this point. If you insist on bringing your RV, plan to park it and sleep in the surrounding National Forest dispersed camping areas.
Upon arrival vehicles will be searched for weapons and fireworks, as these are not allowed on the festival grounds for any reason. Any weapons or fireworks will be confiscated and put in a safe box until you leave. Upon departure we will give them back to you.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner options will be available in the festival grounds and at Heart Six Ranch. Don’t miss out on our own “Farm to Festival” BBQ both days at 1pm. We grow, harvest, and prepare the food for you, showcasing Rocky Mountain Cuisine. This is an opportunity to connect with one another as a community over healthy food, drink, and merriment.
No outside drinks will be allowed into the music venue. We will have beer, liquor, wine, and sloshie vendors at the festival. No glass is allowed within the festival grounds or camping areas.
Plan on bringing plenty of drinking water with you. Water will be available for purchase in the festival grounds.
Charcoal grills will not be allowed on the festival grounds. Propane camp stoves are allowed.
Campfires are not allowed at any point on festival grounds.
There will be porta-potties at the music venue and in the camping area. Heart Six Ranch has toilets for their guests only, and not for campers at the festival.
There will be no showers at the festival. This is a primitive festival, which takes place in a remote wilderness setting. For this reason, we believe we can go a weekend without showering. There are plenty of rivers and lakes in the area if you wish to take a plunge and refresh yourself.
These are package tickets which include full festival access plus a t-shirt, poster print, 8 beer tickets, and access to higher-end porta-potties in the VIP camping area.
Dogs & Other Pets
As this event is being held in the wilderness surrounded by wild animals and sensitive ecosystems, as well as being a large scale music festival with amplified music and many people, we discourage bringing pets into this environment as it’s a risk to your pet, the other festival goers, and the venue itself.
This area is very rural with little infrastructure. It’s part of the beauty of this region. There is no public transportation to or from Fire in the Mountains.
This is quite literally the Wyoming Wilderness. There are no ATM’s located at the Venue. Come prepared with plenty of cash.
Everyone is allowed to experience Fire in the Mountains. We encourage people of all ages to come. ID’s will be checked upon arrival to ensure we are abiding by all Wyoming alcohol laws and to further promote public safety.
Exit & Reentry Policies
You will be allowed to exit and reenter the concert venue as you like.