Final Information For Moon River Festival Goers

Friday, September 6, 2019

The Moon River Festival is Saturday and Sunday and here is final information for those planning on attending.

For those who need tickets, visit the Moon River's verified ticket exchange.

Before the festival, review these details to arrive fully prepared to make the most of the Moon River weekend.

Wristband registration is required for all pass holders. Register a wristband prior to the festival for a smooth entry. While registering a wristband, guests will have the option to go cashless for easy and convenient cashless payments on site. The box office will open at 10 a.m. on both Saturday and Sunday.

Review the list of items you can and cannot bring in, box office times, ADA accommodations, and more under the FAQs section. Remember, all bags must fit within the bag policy guidelines of 14 x 11 x 5. Backpacks may have two pockets (one large, one small) and hydration packs may have two pockets (not including the water bladder).

For help with an existing order, contact Front Gate Tickets Support or over the phone at 888.512.SHOW. Email info@moonriverfestival.com for more information. 

There is no parking available on the north side of the river in and around Coolidge Park. River Street from Tremont Street to SunTrust Bank will also be closed from 3 a.m. on Saturday until 11 p.m. on Sunday. Paid parking lots are available on south side of the river (downtown) and provide easy access to the festival site via the Walnut Street pedestrian bridge. For a detailed map of all downtown parking options, please visit here.

Taking a ride share to Moon River? The official ride share drop off point is: 405 River St., Chattanooga, TN 37045.

Explore and download the full festival map here.


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