Frequently Asked Questions

Dates: Thursday, July 4 and Saturday, July 6
Time: 10:00am – 6pm

Click here to purchase tickets online safely and securely. Tickets are required for all attendees ages 5 and up.

Ticket prices:

  • Advanced sales (until 5/31) : $25 per day, $40 two-day pass
  • Regular sales (begin 6/1) : $35 per day, $60 two day pass
  • Children 5-17: $10 per day, $15 two-day pass. Children 4 and under are free.

Ticket sales are limited and sell-outs are expected. Tickets May not be available the day of the festival.

Beer, hard ciders, seltzers, and kombuchas will be sold at the festival beer garden but no alcohol may be brought into the venue.

Coolers are allowed at the festival, but may be checked for alcohol, which is prohibited.

Festival-goers park at the Durham County Memorial Stadium located at 750 Stadium Drive Durham, NC 27701. Click here for directions. Air conditioned shuttle buses run continuously from 9:30 am until 6:30 pm on both days.

Bicycling to the festival is a great idea! The Durham County Stadium lot is at the end of the beautiful greenway that goes from Northgate Park, past the Brontosaurus, and right to Stadium Drive. Here’s a link to Durham’s bicycle map. If you choose to ride to the festival site itself you can lock up your bikes along the split rail fence just above the Big Top tent. Please enter via the pedestrian entrance rather than the vehicular one due to safety concerns and bus traffic.

Uber and Lyft pick up and drop off is at the Truist Bank across the street from the Festival site: 5028 N Roxboro St, Durham, NC 27704

As required by the City of Durham, only service animals are allowed at the Festival for the Eno, and they are not permitted on the shuttle buses. Additionally, dogs in all city parks must be on leashes no longer than 6 feet.

The festival is located in West Point on the Eno – Durham City Park, a 300-acre natural setting. There is handicap-accessible parking directly inside the park entrance if you have a tag. All areas of the festival are reachable by wheelchair, but assistance May be required due to the uneven nature of gravel and dirt paths. We are happy to accommodate special requests whenever possible! If you have a need for special arrangements, first aid, or other issues to make your experience more comfortable, please do not hesitate to contact us at

The Comfort Inn on Hillandale Rd is the official lodging partner of the Festival for the Eno and is conveniently near the festival site and downtown attractions. Additional lodging and visitor information is available through the Durham Convention and Visitors Bureau.

No camping is allowed at the Festival, but tent and primitive camping is allowed at the Eno River State Park (about 8 miles away). Call the State Park Office for more info at 919-383-1686; additional area camping info is available from the Durham Convention and Visitors Bureau at 1-800-446-8604.

Crafts Artist?

Ours is a juried event, open to residents of the Carolinas, Virginia, Georgia, and Tennessee only; and all items must be the handiwork of the participant, who must be present. View guidelines and list of participants here.

Food Vendor?

View guidelines and list of vendors/menus here.

Non-profit/governmental organization?

A limited number of booth spaces are available to non-profit/ governmental groups. For more info, visit here.


Over 900 Volunteers are needed each summer: before, during, and after the event to produce the Festival for the Eno. For more info or to register, visit here. Volunteers gain free admission to the Festival.