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December 31 - January 1st
Son's Blue River Camp
2769 Sherrill Rd
Kingsbury, TX 78638
40 minutes from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport
1 hour from San Antonio International Airport
LEAVE NO TRACE POLICY
Solarpunk Summit Leave No Trace (LNT) Policy
It is up to all of us to remove all Matter Out of Place (MOOP). We rely on all attendees to share in the responsibility of honoring our environment.
Everything you bring might become MOOP: tent stakes, bottle caps, ashes, wood debris, orange peels, cigarette butts, pistachio shells, sequins. It all has to go.
We can only be successful if everyone steps up to the challenge. Leaving No Trace demonstrates our community’s commitment to the environment. Pack it in. Pack it out.
What to pack (and what to leave at home)
- Bring reusable bottles, cups, plates and flatware.
- Bring trash bags for your MOOP.
- Avoid bringing small plastic bags, paper, disposable drink cups, or anything that can blow away in the wind.
- No styrofoam, please.
- Post a MOOP bag at your campsite.
- If you smoke, bring a mint tin to collect cigarette butts and ashes (yes, ash is MOOP).
Do more with Less:
- Structures — Select construction materials and decorations that are reusable (they’re cheaper in the long run!). If you can’t reuse them, make sure they’re recyclable.
- Food and Water — Minimize kitchen waste and clean-up by planning simple meals and preparing food in advance. Eliminate unnecessary packaging and store food in reusable containers. Bring water in reusable containers. Avoid single-use bottled drinks.
- Clothes and Costumes — When considering costume options, be mindful of MOOP. Things that can be particularly problematic include feathers, glitter, sequins, beads, bindis, body gems, glued-on stuff, fake eyelashes, etc.
WHO SHOULD AND SHOULD NOT ATTEND SOLARPUNK SUMMIT
Solarpunk Summit is a gathering of seekers. We are choosing to set our gaze forward by integrating past lessons without getting caught in the shame and blame spiral. Is there a villain in your story? Are you are committed to focusing your attention and energy toward that villain? If yes, this may not be a resonant container for you.
All flows are welcome at Solarpunk Summit. Because we cover so many diverse topics, it's a gathering of many tribes. Our common intention for a radically optimistic future is what binds us all.
We value the inclusion of many perspectives, aesthetic preferences, and lifestyle choices. We are all connected and the Solarpunk Summit container is a place for us to come together and showcase what makes our individual tribes special!
Yes! The Solarpunk Summit is an all-ages event. We even have specific events for kids to participate in each day! BUT anyone under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. A legal guardian must have proper documentation. No exceptions.
Here is a link to our volunteer application.
Yes! Parking onsite is limited and car camping in one of our designated camping areas must be purchased as an add-on. However, car camping in the designated parking area is included in the parking fee of $20.
Purchase of the full enhanced camping sites comes with the ability to car camp. Car camping without access to power or water is an add-on which can be purchased for $150.
No, there will not be lockable storage on site.
Yes, there is a lost and found station on-site.
No alcohol will be sold at Solarpunk Summit. We encourage you to step into your highest consciousness!
Yes. Parking is available, however is limited in the camping area. A $20 fee will be charged upon arrival for a parking pass.
The Kaya Cafe will be operating the community kitchen for the Solarpunk Summit Bifröst Festival! Bring 5 lbs of organic fresh food items to donate to the pantry and access delicious healthy meals throughout the event.
Ticketed attendees will be emailed access to the food donation sign-up sheet 1 week before the event so we can share information and track our food supply!
There will also be some food vendors. We highly encourage bringing all the food you'll need to the event so your individual preferences can be met.
Glamping cabins include refrigeration.
CAMPING & ACCOMMODATIONS FAQ
No, you don't have to camp with us! We think it's best if you stay in the container but we understand if camping doesn't work for you.
RV Camping will be limited as space is limited at the venue. Please inquire at info@r3zproductions with your rv camping request. Include the size of your vehicle and we'll get back to you with answers.
We will create an enclosed heated space in front of the stage area so that all attendees are comfy and cozy as we dance into 2023.
Primitive tent camping site: camping is community-based and completely primitive. There are several fire pits and tables which can be shared.
Yes, you may camp in your car. We will have a certain area of the parking lot marked for this specifically.
No idling cars. Day or night!
Fires are allowed in existing fire pits provided by the venue. If you are unsure about whether you can have a fire please ask a staff member before starting one.
Glamping, enhanced sites, and vendor spaces include grills on site.
CAMPING SUPPLY LIST
- Sleeping Bag
- Blankets & Pillows
- Air Mattress
- Foam Ear Plugs
- Carpet or Tarp
- Lanterns and/or Flashlights
- Shade Structure
- Beach/Lawn Chairs
- Folding Table
- Duct Tape
- Led Lighting
- Solarpunk Campsite Decorations!
- Insect Repellant
- Trash Bags (Rec Plant is a "leave no trace" venue. You must dispose of your trash off-site!
- Spare Toilet Paper
- Toiletries Bag
- Hand Sanitizer
- Wash cloths
- Toothbrush & Toothpaste
- Dried Fruit
- Peanut Butter
- Snack Bars
- Trail Mix
- Gum & Mints
- Reusable Cups, Plates, and Utensils
- Pain Reliever
- Cold Pack
- Allergy Medicine
- Prescription Medicines
- Antibiotic Ointment
- Reusable Utensils!
- Pots & Pans
- Trash Bag ( Pack it in, pack it out!)
- Can opener
- Zip-Lock Bags
- Biodegradeable Dish Soap
- Comfortable Shoes
- Rain Gear
- Comfy Sweaters
- Comfy Socks
- Guitars, Drums, Flutes, and other instruments
- Body Paints
- Glow Sticks
- Safety Pins
- Solarpunk Decor
PHOTO AND DRONE POLICY
By attending the Solarpunk Summit you consent to being filmed and or photographed, whereas your image, voice, and likeness may be used for promotional purposes.
Any photography or video taken at the Festival, whether in digital or analog format, is subject to a mandatory, non-exclusive license to Solarpunk Summit for use in promotional purposes.
Any artwork or performances sponsored by the Festival or taking place on Festival grounds is also subject to a mandatory, non-exclusive license to Solarpunk Summit for use in promotional purposes.
All photographers using 360-degree cameras, DSLRs, or cameras with detachable lenses are required to have media credentials to take pictures or video at the Festival.
To ensure the safety and enjoyment of all festival attendees, artists, and staff, the Solarpunk Summit and Solarpunk Summit Strictly prohibits the operation of or use of any unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), also know as “Drones”, on, from, or above festival grounds without specific written permission from an official of Solarpunk Summit. This includes all UAVs regardless of size, weight, or purpose. If you are found to be using or in the possession of a UAV or “Drone” while at the Solarpunk Summit, it will be confiscated and held for the remainder of the event.