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Need more information or have a question? Feel free to email one of our various departments:


Still not sure if we can be of help? Check through some frequently asked questions and then send us a message.

•Do I need to create an Eventbrite account?

In order to purchase a ticket, you must create an Eventbrite account unless you already have one. 

•How do I create a new Eventbrite account?

Simply click here and follow the prompts.

• When do tickets go on sale?

Feb 3rd!

• Will I get a physical ticket in the mail?

No. A list of ticket-holders will be at the Greeters station at the event. Simply bring your valid photo ID. Be sure that the name used to purchase the ticket is the same as that on your photo ID.

• I bought a ticket and am no longer able to attend the event. How do I best find a person in need of a ticket?

If you purchase a ticket and find you are no longer able to attend CampFire, please locate a buyer for your extra ticket(s) via the FaceBook group or other means and arrange a transfer of funds between you. Then, directly transfer your ticket from your account to their Eventbrite account.

• How do I transfer a ticket I bought to someone else?

Please click here page for a detailed description of what to do.

• Do I need to bring my own fuel?

Attendees are encouraged to donate to the fueling depot the amount of fuel that they estimate they will use during their time at CampFire. If fuel supplies become low, a call out to the community during the festival for additional donations will be made. Lamp oil and white gas are the most commonly used fuels at CampFire. Please see the Fire Safety section of the website for more information.

*NEW TO CAMPFIRE* – Young flow artists ages 4-12 are invited to participate in our first ever KidsCamp.

Registration for kids camp is required.  Any child ages 4-12 attending campfire with a ticket holding adult may attend kids camp free of charge.  


Click here to register for 2018 kids camp


Bringing the community together to expand our understanding of movement-based knowledge through education offered in workshops and through peer sharing. Refine your technique and experience others passionate about their art and get inspired.