Frequently Asked Questions
How much are tickets and where do I purchase them?
Tickets are $10.00 each. Children 12 years old and younger do not have to pay to get into the festival. Link to purchase tickets will be live by march 15th. Please bring printed tickets or mobile device with downloaded ticket.
Can I return my ticket(s)?
No, all ticket sales are final. However, you may sell or give your tickets away. Please bring printed tickets or mobile device with downloaded ticket.
Where do I park? Is it free?
Festival attendees should use the fairground entrance off from Bruce Hill Road, Cumberland. Parking is free.
Does the festival take place all outside?
Yes, with the exception of the Maine Made Exhibition Hall.
What happens if there is inclement weather?
The Wicked Maine Outdoor Fest will take place rain or shine, there is no rain date. We will do our best to make accommodations where needed, but please dress accordingly for the weather.
Are food and beverages available for purchase?
Yes, we will have a variety of food trucks, and a craft beer & wine garden for those 21 and older.
Will minors be allowed inside the craft beer & wine garden?
No, anyone who enters the garden will have to show proof of age with a valid id; such as a license. There will be security at the entrance to the garden checking ids. Anyone not in compliance with the laws or acts inappropriately will be asked to leave the festival grounds and not allowed to return.
What should I bring?
This is an outdoor festival so prepare for the weather that day. We recommend layers, poncho if the possibility of rain is in the forecast, comfortable shoes, sunscreen, sunglasses, and a chair or blanket if you want to enjoy the bands sitting down.
What am I prohibited from bringing?
No smoking of any kind, alcoholic beverages, illegal substances of any kind, or food from outside of the gates are permitted on the festival site.
No pets are allowed on the Cumberland Fairgrounds other than therapy pets with proper credentials.
No weapons such as guns, knives or dangerous objects are permitted on the festival site.
Bags, purses, and backpacks are subject to searches upon entering the fairgrounds.
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