When do Gates open & close?
• For General Admission:
Gate Open is at 11:00AM both days, Campers only can enter at 10:00AM
Gate Close is at 10:00PM on Saturday and 11:00PM on Sunday
• For Vendors, Volunteers & Musicians:
Gate Open starts at 9:00AM both days
• Note : Bradstock is a Rain or Shine event
How do I buy tickets?
• Online at www.bradstock.org
• Cash sales at venues
• Shakedown - 554 Medford Ave # A, Patchogue, NY 11772
• Blue Point Brewery, 225 West Main Street, Patchogue NY
• You can buy tickets the day of the event. $10 is added to the ticket price, when purchased at the gate
Is Bradstock kid friendly & what is the ticket cost for kids?
• Bradstock is a family event and kids are welcome.
• Children must be accompanied by an adult & there is no cost for minors to enter the festival.
• Under 21, young adults must wear an under 21 wristband.
Do you pay for a camping spot & are spots assigned/reserved?
• All adult campers must have a camping ticket to camp.
• You do not pay for a camping spot if you are camping with a tent and there are no reservations or site assignments. Camping is first come first serve.
• Note: We request that all campers, adults & children, check themselves in at the gate Camper registration list. This is to insure we know who is in the camp overnight in case of emergency.
Can I bring my RV for camping?
• We have limited parking space at the Camp, so RV camping is limited. The RV Parking (vehicle/space only) cost is $60 for the weekend.
• RV Parking Tickets can only be purchased online at www.bradstock.org. Buy them early as they are limited and may sell out fast.
• If you plan to camp in an RV you must ALSO buy Camper tickets for all adults staying in the RV. The RV fee is for the vehicle/space only.
• If you don’t have an RV Parking Ticket, you can’t bring an RV. You will be turned away if you come with an RV and don’t have an RV Parking Ticket.
Where do I park?
• There is a Parking crew that will direct you for Parking
• Parking is limited so please try to carpool and if you plan to be drinking, please arrange to have a
designated driver, use a car service or plan to camp.
Can I exit Bradstock & re-enter?
• You will be given a waterproof festival wristband when you check in, as long as you have this wristband on you can exit and re-enter. If you remove it, you will need to purchase another ticket, no exceptions.
• Note : All adults must have a wristband, security will be checking, if you do not have a band on they will instruct you to go the front gate to purchase a ticket/band. Under 21, must have an under 21 wristband.
Can I bring my pet?
• No pets are permitted at the camp
• The only exception is for registered service dogs
Can I have a campfire?
• Open fires are not permitted at the camp.
Is Bradstock a non-smoking event?
• Bradstock is an outdoors event, smoking is permitted but please don’t drop cigarette butts on the ground. We have Cigarette Butt Containers, they are placed throughout the venue, please use these.
Remember, this is a camp for kids with special needs, they play outside on the lawns so we don’t want
to leave butts on the ground. Thanks!
What are the Camp rules that Bradstockers need to follow?
• All buildings, except the Camper Bathroom/Shower building behind the Trading Post, are off limits
• No swimming in the Camp Pool
• No boating or swimming in the Lake
• No open fires
• Campers, no loud music after the Main Stage show ends. With the lake, sound travels and we need to be respectful of the camp’s neighbors.
• Clean up after yourself and be respectful of the Camp property, we are their guests
What can I bring into the festival?
• A kind, respectful, caring, peaceful heart
• You can also bring folding chairs & small easy up tents. Please follow Security Team instructions and place easy-ups back from the stage so you are not obstructing other guest’s view of the stage. Thanks!
• Coolers, snacks and your choice of beverages are fine. We don’t restrict beverages in glass but please try not to bring glass and use common sense! People are walking without shoes on and this is a camp for kids with special needs and they play on the lawns.
Can I buy food?
• We will have food for sale with multiple vendors
• Water, soda, juice & watermelon are free with your admission.
• is at the SCWA Water Buffalo truck near the Food trucks
• Soda, Juice & watermelon is served by the Coast Guard
• Campers, the Coast Guard will be open for breakfast Sunday morning
What facilities are available?
• We have 3 areas with Porta Potties
• Near Main Stage and the guest entrance
• Near Acoustic Stage
• Near the entrance to Family Camping
• Campers, there is one location for Showers in the building behind the Trading Post. Showers are
limited, so you may need to wait a bit.
Will there be yoga on Sunday morning for Campers?
• Yes, we will have a free class on Sunday morning 10AM on the Club House porch for campers.
What is there to do for kids?
• We will have multiple vendors offering activities for kids
• There will be a kids Bradstock Parade on Sunday morning at 11:30AM, dress up is fun & encouraged. We’ll post the theme on our Facebook page
Will Island Harvest be at Bradstock this year?
• Yes, There will be a truck taking donations at the entrance.
• You can bring non-perishable food items or make a monetary donation
How do I become a vendor at Bradstock?
• You can submit an application at www.bradstock.org.
What if someone with me or I need medical assistance?
• Obviously, if it is an emergency situation dial 911 and contact one of the Security Guards
• For minor medical needs, there is a nurse at camp during the festival in the building near the Flower Power Stage
What is the mission of the Friends of Bradstock & is Bradstock “for profit”?
• Our mission is simple, to have a good time with our friends of Bradstock
• We are a not-for profit (501c3) organization, fully run by volunteers
• Other than expenses needed to run the events, all proceeds go to local charities. Thanks to the generosity of the many friends of Bradstock, in the past twenty-three years we have donated over $275,000 this includes $120,000 to Camp-Pa-Qua-Tuck. Other beneficiaries include the Long Island Maritime Museum, Friends of Connetquot River State Park, the Sayville Kiwanis Club, G.R.O.W., WUSB, They Often Cry Out, the Unbroken Chain Foundation, the Sayville Village Improvement Society, the Bayport and West Sayville Civic Associations and the Peconic Baykeeper And let’s not forget our friends from the U.S. Coast Guard Chief Petty Officers Association, who man and woman the grills to keep us in grub over the weekend. The profits from the sale of the food goes to fund their own charitable cause – and they kick in a contribution to Bradstock as well. And over
these many years, the Bradstock organization has donated a mountain of food and ongoing monetary
contributions to Island Harvest to help those less fortunate than ourselves. We are confident that the
Circle of Chiefsmoves forward in a manner befitting the labor that we expend. May the circle be unbroken.