The festival will be taking place completely outdoors at the base of Bear Mountain. The location of the event is 972 Bear Mountain Road Killington, VT
Killington Mountain has you covered with multiple lodging options at the resort and surrounding areas.
| Killington’s Mountainside Hotel – Killington Grand Resort Hotel
| Condos and other lodging options at the base of Killington and Pico Mountain- Other Killington Lodging Options.
| Other area lodging options in and around Killington – All lodging options in the Killington area
lift ticket vouchers
| If you purchase the lift ticket/festival access package, you will be receiving an email from the VBA the week of the event with information to access your lift ticket. Please look out for this email. Your lift ticket voucher is valid for Saturday, March 19 or Sunday, March 20.
Parking and shuttles
There is parking at Bear Mountain, but this area may fill up. If you are planning on taking a shuttle to the event, we recommend parking at Skyeship, 7428 US-4 Killington, VT. Shuttles will be running from this location to the event. There is also parking and shuttle service from Snowshed.
| Killington Resort’s Snowshed Lodge serves as the main hub for “The Bus,” which provides the area with transportation seven days a week from early morning through late evening. The Bus runs on a regular, frequent schedule in and around the Snowshed and K-1 Lodges, as well as within the Killington Managed Properties on East Mountain Road for free. Ramshead parking lot can also be accessed here via the Snowshed Tunnel. LEARN MORE
| Outside of the “Fare Free Zone”, the fare is just $2 to nearby Rutland, payable on board. Killington guests can use The Bus for transportation to mountain base areas, restaurants, shops and nightlife on Killington Road from 7:15 a.m. to 1:15 a.m. daily.
| Snowshed Lodge, K-1 Lodge, Pico and Killington Managed Properties on East Mountain Road are fare free zones.
| Snowshed Lodge is the transfer point for all routes; no additional fare is required to transfer busses. The Bus will only stop to pick up riders waiting at curbside signs or drop off riders who notify the driver of their intended stop.
BASE AREA TRANSPORT (BAT)
| BAT vans are offered as a free service to all mountain resort guests to make transportation easy between Killington Resort Lodges. Not to be confused with The Bus, these white, 15-passenger shuttles move between base lodges approximately every 30 minutes.
| If a Killington Resort lodge is open for operation, it is included on the shuttle route. BAT vans operate every day from opening to 5 p.m., offering a convenient way to get from lodge to lodge.