Unlike any other event in Cocoa Village, the Rootfire at the Park Music & Lifestyle Festival will feature yoga and other outdoor activities, along with Iration, Tribal Seeds and Collie Buddz headlining the event. Rootfire in the Park Music & Lifestyle Festival is on Oct. 22, at Riverfront Park in Cocoa Village. Doors open at noon.
The Rootfire at the Park lineup includes Iration, Tribal Seeds, Collie Buddz, Giant Panda, Guerilla Dub Squad, The Holdup, Dustin Thomas and more. DJs include Mark Longnecker and Badda Skat.
Rootfire at the Park is promoting good vibes with outdoor activities, local food vendors, exceptional music and thoughtful details that “make a day outside better.” Festival attendees who ride their bike to the festival will receive discounted tickets and free gifts.
The festival is highlighting local and craft vendors who are dishing out quality food and drinks. Not only will Rootfire be serving craft beer and wine, but they’ll also have a range of other craft beverages like kombucha and kava.
- Advance General Admission- $40
- Day-of-Show General Admission- $45
- I’m Riding My Bike Ticket- $32
- VIP Ticket- $75
- Children 12 and under are FREE
VIP tickets include open bar for guests 21 and up from 3 to 5 p.m., VIP bathrooms with a/c, private viewing areas, VIP private bar and re-entry.
The first 2,000 guests to pre-order tickets will receive a free, custom 32oz Rootfire Nalgene water bottle when they arrive at the festival. There will also be free filtered water stations for all fans to use. “As a way of giving back to the local community $1 from each of the first 2,000 tickets sold will be donated to the local non-profit efforts of Keep Brevard Beautiful,” according to Rootfire.net.
Other Useful Info:
- Rain or shine event
- You can use your smartphone or print ticket for entry into the event
- No refunds
- No outside chairs or coolers
- Blankets are welcomed (and encouraged for a comfortable seat on the lawn!)
For more info or tickets, please visit www.eventbrite.com/e/rootfire-at-the-park-tickets
By Alyssa Brady, Staff Writer