ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival Information
Saturday, February 14th, 2015
Gates open to the public 10:00AM-6:00PM
Sunday, February 15th, 2015
Gates open to the public 10:00AM-6:00PM
Monday, February 16th, 2015
Gates open to the public 10:00AM-5:00PM
Location: Abacoa, Central Boulevard in Jupiter, Florida, just North of Donald Ross Road and East of I-95. Please read the following before attending the festival.
Gates: There are three gates located as follows:
Main Gate – Edna Hibel Drive and University Boulevard
South Gate — Main Street Circle and Central Boulevard
North Gate — Fredrick Small Circle and Central Boulevard
Pets, bicycles, and skateboards are not allowed past the festival gates.
A limited number of wheelchairs are available at each gate.
Attendance: Approximately 85,000 people are anticipated over a three-day period.
$8 — Advance Tickets
$10 — At the gate
Children 12 and under free.
Accessibility: The Arts Festival is fully accessible during all hours to all disabled visitors and senior citizens. Disabled Parking is located in the Roger Dean Stadium Parking garage and at the South Entrance at Chancellor Boulevard. Directional signs will be posted.
Free Parking: Please respect our Abacoa neighbors when you park in the area. Satellite parking lots are available at Dwyer High School, and Jupiter Middle School. Each of these lots is accessible from Military Trail. Free shuttles run every 5 minutes to and from the lots to festival gates. Complimentary Parking is also available at FAU and Roger Dean Stadium on Saturday and Sunday only.
Bike Parking: In the interest of safety, bicycles are prohibited in the Festival. Bike racks are available on Town Center Drive in Abacoa.
Food Service: The Festival offers a variety of food choices to tempt even the most discriminating palates. No outside food is allowed at the Festival.
Beverage, Bottle and Can Policy: Please do not bring outside beverages to the Festival. Revenue from on-site beverage sales allows the Festival to raise much needed funds for local school art programs. Proceeds also benefit our many non-profit vending partners.
Beverage Service: Non-alcoholic beverages offered on site include an array of Pepsi products, lemonade and bottled water.
Alcoholic Beverages: Alcoholic beverages are sold within the Festival site. Regulations require that alcoholic beverages purchased at the event remain on-site. Festival security will ask you to dispose of any alcoholic beverages before you exit or enter. Please don’t drink and drive; let a taxi be your designated driver.
ATM Locations and Credit Cards: ATM machines are located at the center of the event on University Drive, outside the main gate on Edna Hibel Dr, PGA Credit Union in Abacoa Town Center on Main Street and outside Roger Dean Stadium. The Festival Store and many of the artists accept major credit cards.
Emergency Calls: Please contact the Festival office at 561-746-7111.
Festival Rules: Skateboards, roller blades, pets, large signs and placards which may endanger or inconvenience the public attending the Arts Festival are prohibited. The Festival reserves the right to decline admittance to anyone who violates the reasonable policies established for public safety or to restrict activities such as public address to designated areas. All packages are subject to search.
Festival Store: The Festival Store is located at the center of University Drive and Central Boulevard. The Festival Store accepts major credit cards.
First Aid: First aid service is available at the center of the event on University Drive. Please refer to the Festival map for locations. Qualified attendants can assist you or refer you elsewhere as necessary. Emergency transportation service is provided on-site.
Lost and Found: The Central Information Booth located at the corner of Central and University Blvd.’s, receives all lost and found items.
Lost Children Inquiries: Contact the Central Information Booth located at the corner of Central and University Blvd.’s or any Arts Festival volunteer to assist you in locating lost members of your party.
Pets: Be kind to your pets — leave them at home when you visit the Festival.