Take a look at our Planetary codes.
The Spring Grass experience is more pleasant for everyone involved when we all adhere to the following…
- Tickets for Spring Grass shows will be emailed to you. If you don’t want to print them, please have the scannable PDF available on your smartphone.
- In order to improve the ticket on-sale process, we switched from sending four tickets per corral to sending only one ticket per corral. If you only received a one ticket PDF, that ticket will say either “Corral (Good for 4 People)” or “Corral (Good for 6 People)” underneath “Ticket Type”. That one ticket will be good for 4 or 6 people respectively. We encourage your party to arrive together but you will be able to leave names of any late-comers at Will Call. If you received a 4 ticket PDF and your tickets say “Corral (Up to 4 People)” underneath “Ticket Type”, in this case each member of your party will need a ticket for entry. Only one of the four tickets has your “corral” number so please be sure to share that info with the rest of your party if arriving separately.
- Maximum purchase = 2 corrals
- Unlike most of our events, there will be no wristbands for re-entry so please plan on not leaving the venue once you enter.
- Free parking is provided on-site at the Planet Bluegrass Ranch.
- Handicapped parking is available for those with the appropriate authorized handicap parking sticker/placard.
- Kids of any age must have their own paid ticket. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 capacity restrictions, we have to suspend our normal policy of kids 12 and under being free, including babies and infants.
- There is no guard watching your kids in the river. Please watch your children carefully.
- Since the venue is open to the elements, please plan on bringing a waterproof tarp, chairs, and anything else you require to stay comfortable on a chilly, Spring evening.
- Audio taping the concerts is permitted, however, we will honor the individual wishes of any artist’s taping policy. Recording devices must be self-contained (we do not provide AC outlets or patches from the sound board) and you may not obstruct the view of your fellow Festivarians with your equipment. There is no designated area for taping.
- No dogs on the ranch or in parking lots. For their sake, if you leave your dog in your car in the parking lot, we will call Animal Control and safely remove your dog from the car by whatever means necessary.
- Outside alcohol, glass, and video cameras are not allowed on the grounds. Beer and wine will be available for sale inside the concert venue (don’t forget your ID).
- Please be respectful of others and their view of the stage.
- Please go to the Box Office to report or reclaim all lost items.
- Please use the compost bins, recycling bins, and proper trash receptacles to clean up after yourselves.
- Please respect our town. Walk the streets, eat, shop, relax. You won’t want to leave. We certainly don’t, so please treat our town and its residents with respect.
Tickets to Spring Grass concerts are non-refundable.
However, exceptions will be made if you or a member of your group are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or have been exposed to anyone who is confirmed or presumed to be COVID-19 positive within the last 14 days. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if that applies to you or your group.
Here are some frequently asked questions we’ve been receiving about the Spring Grass Series. If you have a question that isn’t posted, please email us at email@example.com.
No, while encouraged, proof of vaccination is not required for entry.
The venue is outdoors and is susceptible to cold, rain, and snow. Please dress accordingly! In the event of a weather postponement, ticket holders will be notified of their options by See Tickets via email.
Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 restrictions, we have to suspend our normal policy of kids 12 and under being free including babies and infants.
All tickets are sold in “corrals” of four or six. The purchase of a corral entitles you to four or six tickets respectively whether you use all of them all or not. Corrals should only be shared with members of the same household or exposure group.
Only if you or a member of your group are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or have been exposed to anyone who is confirmed or presumed to be COVID-19 positive within the last 14 days. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if this applies to you or your group.
Yes, we will have cell phone numbers and emails for the purchaser of each corral if needed.
Outside alcohol is not allowed but you are welcome to bring food/non-alcoholic beverages/coolers. Alcohol and food will be available to purchase via a cash-free app that can be downloaded upon arrival. Your order will be delivered to your corral.
NO NO NO NO DOGS allowed on the grounds, in the parking areas or in any of the camping areas. Please be a humane and responsible pet owner and make arrangements to leave your dogs at home or in a kennel, thanks!
From late spring thru early fall, the town of Lyons operates the LaVern M. Johnson campground. When not being used by our festivals (RockyGrass and Folks Fest) camping permits can be purchased from the campground hosts at the Park. Camping is also available in National Forest Lands west of Lyons.
Audio taping at Planet Bluegrass is permitted, unless the performing artist requests otherwise. Recording devices must be self-contained (we do not provide AC outlets or patches from the sound board) and you may not obstruct the view of your fellow festivarians with your equipment. There is no designated area for taping.
See our Getting Here page for directions.
Lyons is a charming small town where you can go out to dinner before the show and spend the night after the show. Within a mile or less from the Ranch gate, you can get to the post office, a health food store, a quaint little grocery, a pharmacy, an old-timey cafe, 1/2 dozen restaurants, and several coffee shops. Within a two-mile radius you can find a dozen restaurants, several gas stations, two banks, liquor and grocery stores and several antique dealers. For more information about Lyons, visit www.lyons-colorado.com
We do not have a public phone on site. Pay phones can be found nearby in the town of Lyons. Cell phones users have experienced trouble with reception on the Ranch. Service improves once you are a mile or so away or closer to Boulder and Longmont.
The closest airport is DIA, Denver International Airport. It is about 1 hour from Lyons. General Information: 303-342-2000 www.flydenver.com