Photo by Darin Kamnetz

In just four short days, the #GoFam will be taking over Minneapolis’ West Bank neighborhood for an unforgettable night of outdoor music at GoFest ’18! This Friday, June 29th at Cabooze Outdoors, AWOLNationThe NeighbourhoodLovelythebandL.I.F.T. and Yam Haus will rock the stage, and we’ve got all the info that you need to know below!

Help! I still need to purchase tickets! How do I do that? 
GoFest ’18 tickets are available via this ticket link!

Where is the Cabooze and where do I park?
The Cabooze is located at 917 Cedar Avenue South, just south of 94E and west of Downtown Minneapolis. Street parking around the venue will be extremely limited, and the nearest parking ramps are the Seven Corners Parking Ramp (1504 S Washington Ave) and the 19th Avenue Parking Ramp (300 S 19th Avenue). Fort this reason, we strongly recommend taking public transit to GoFest ’18, as The Cabooze is directly adjacent to the Hiawatha (Blue Line) Light Rail’s Franklin Avenue station, and is also accessible via bus. We also recommend using Uber or other ride-sharing apps for a guaranteed safe ride home!

What time does GoFest ’18 start?
Doors will open for GoFest at 4pm and music will start at 4:30pm with a set from our GoLocal Battle of the Bands winners Yam Haus.

What time do the bands play?
Set times will be announced later this week on

What happens if it’s really hot, or if it rains?
The event will be held outside rain or shine. Friday’s forecast is currently looking clear, but it will be hot. Make sure to follow Giselle’s sage advice and HYDRATE. For festival-friendly fits and fashion, check out Jordan’s guide to dressing right for GoFest ’18!

Where can I find out more information about the artists?
Check out our GoFest ’18 lineup article here! 

How old do I have to be?
GoFest ’18 is an all-ages event. Our VIP section is 18+.

Do I have to wait in line?
Select GoFest ’18 patrons will be allowed to utilize our Go VIP Lane to cut down on wait times. Find more info here.

How do I find my way around once I’m at GoFest?
Check out this map!

Will I be able to charge my phone?
Yes! Go Fest ’18 attendees will be able to charge their phones at our Firefly Credit Union charging stations, which will be located throughout the festival’s grounds.

Can I bring my digital camera or video camera?
Digital and video recordings of GoFest ’18 will require prior approval from Go Radio, and as such, DSLR cameras with removable lenses and all video cameras are prohibited without relevant credentials.

Will GoFest ’18 be a cash-only event?
Cash, and all major credit cards will be accepted at GoFest ’18. The Cabooze does not accept checks. There will be ATMs located on the festival’s grounds.

Will food be available at GoFest ’18?
The Cabooze will have food for sale. VIP ticket-holders will have special access to food and three beverages that are included with their ticket price from 6pm-8pm only in our VIP section. Water along with other beverages will be available for purchase.

Is GoFest ’18 handicap-accessible?
 Wheelchair access will be available for GoFest ’18 patrons.

Can I buy band merchandise at GoFest ’18?
Select bands will be selling merchandise at GoFest’ 18 in a designated merch area.

Will venue re-entry be allowed?
Re-entry will not be allowed. If you wish to leave and return you will need to purchase another ticket, if capacity allows.

Is smoking allowed?
The Cabooze allows smoking, but please be mindful of those around you and please dispose of you butts safely.

Can I bring my pet? 
GoFest ’18 is a hot asphalt event, and your pet could seriously hurt their paws, so we’re asking that you leave them at home. Registered service animals will be allowed at the discretion of The Cabooze.

Can I bring a lawn chair/camp chair?
The Cabooze prohibits lawn chairs and camp chairs, but blankets and towels are allowed.

What if I need first aid?
We really hope you won’t, but The Cabooze will provide a first aid station just outside of the festival’s main gates. But seriously, be safe and drink a lot of water y’all.

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