Take a look at our Planetary codes.
The Wildflower experience is more pleasant for everyone involved when we all adhere to the following…
- Tickets for Wildflower Pavilion shows will be sold will-call only. No tickets will be mailed to you. You will receive an email confirmation of your ticket order, and your tickets will be held under your name at the Pavilion box office. Please bring a photo ID to redeem your tickets at the Wildflower box office.
- Will-call names can be changed until 4pm the day of the show by calling 800-624-2422.
- The box office typically opens at least 15-minutes before the stated door time for each specific show.
- Once applied, wristbands are non-refundable and non-transferable. If you remove, tear, damage, or lose your wristband, we will not replace it.
- Free parking is provided on-site on the Planet Bluegrass Ranch.
- Handicapped parking is available for those with the appropriate authorized handicap parking sticker.
- Children 12 and under get FREE entry when accompanied by a ticket-holding adult at all times.
- There is no guard watching your kids in the river. Please watch your children carefully.
- Smoking is not allowed inside the Wildflower Pavilion. Wander outside to an uninhabited spot to smoke and put your butt in your pocket. Please.
- 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.
- Alcohol, glass, and video cameras are not allowed on the grounds. We typically serve beer and wine at the Wildflower concerts (don’t forget your ID) and for specific shows we may sell food and other items.
- Please be respectful of others and do not stand in the concert seating areas.
- Dancing is welcome in designated areas.
- Please go to the Pavilion 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.
Here are some frequently asked questions we’ve been receiving about the Wildflower Pavilion and the Wildflower Concert Series. If you have a question that isn’t posted, please email these to email@example.com.
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 Meadow Park campground. When not being used by our festivals (RockyGrass and Folks Fest) camping permits can be purchased from the campground hosts at Meadow Park. Camping is also available in National Forest Lands west of Lyons.
The closest airport is DIA, Denver International Airport. It is about 1 hour from Lyons. General Information: 303-342-2000 www.flydenver.com
ALCOHOL, GLASS and VIDEO CAMERAS are not allowed. We serve beer at most concerts, (don’t forget your ID!) and we may serve food at some Wildflower shows. Check the schedule for details on specific shows.
Audio taping in the Wildflower Pavilion 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.
All seating is first-come first-served general admission on individual chairs.
CHILDREN 12 and under are FREE for the Wildflower Pavilion, but must be accompanied by a paying adult. Please accompany your children at all times.
See our Getting Here page for directions.
Lyons is a charming small town where you can go out to dinner before the show (check out our neighbor & sponsor, Smokin’ Dave’s!) 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.
Yes, we rent the Pavilion and the Planet Bluegrass ranch for weddings, parties, and other private events. Learn more at PlanetBluegrassWeddings.com.