Suwannee Hulaween 2021 Set Times and Essential Info

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The 2021 edition of Suwannee Hulaween is almost here! We have you covered with the set time schedule, COVID policy and more essential info.


With Halloween weekend merely days away, it’s finally almost time to head down to Live Oak, FL for this year’s Hulaween. Wristbands have arrived, the schedule is here and the anticipation couldn’t be more real! Not only is it time to start packing, but it’s also time to start preparing! Before you go, we’ve gathered some important info to make the arrival process to your weekend home-away-from-home as smooth as possible.

Like most events you may have attended this year, Hulaween cares deeply for the safety of their patrons and staff. While they are requiring either a negative COVID test OR proof of full vaccination for entry, they’re taking it a step further to ensure accuracy and efficiency.

ALL festival attendees will be required to download the Bindle app, which safely stores your test or vaccination records. After uploading your records to the app, you will create an entry pass that will be shown to staff upon entry to the festival. It is crucial that all attendees download Bindle and upload their documents ahead of time to prevent scrambling the day of the event. The entire COVID-19 policy and more about the app can be found on the Hulaween website.

The Live Oak weather forecast is looking beautiful so far, apart from a chance of thunderstorms on Thursday. Any seasoned camper knows to pack for any and all surprises, so make sure to bring plenty of extra clothes as well as rain gear for your campsite. Even though it’s Florida, we will see night temperatures into the 40s this weekend, so be prepared with blankets and layers!

All GA level tickets include tent-only camping, but if you want to camp alongside your car you’ll need to purchase a car camping pass. Camping passes, RV passes, and add-ons such as early arrival are still available here.

Check out the essential info, list of prohibited items, set times, and more below!


Suwannee Hulaween Essential Info:

Dates: October 28 -31
Venue Address: 3076 95th Dr Live Oak, FL 32060

Official Festival App: Download HERE
Facebook Event Page: RSVP HERE

Acceptable Forms of Identification for Entry: Driver’s license or Passport


Suwannee Hulaween 2021 Set Times:


Suwannee Hulaween 2021: Festival and Parking Maps:

Coming soon!

Spirit Of The Suwannee Music Park Prohibited Items:

  •  NO GLASS CONTAINERS are allowed in the venue areas.
  • No weapons, laser devices of any kind, drones, model airplanes, fireworks, luminaries, megaphones, or any other items determined dangerous by Cornett’s Spirit of the Suwannee, Inc. may be brought into the Park, or in a motor vehicle within the Park.
  • No advertising signs, posters, banners, balloons or flyers of any kind may be posted or distributed anywhere in the Park.
  • No goods or services may be offered or sold except by Park-authorized vendors.
  • No fire spinning, twirling, koi or other use of performance fire is allowed.
  • No selfie sticks, flagpoles, wookie sticks, totems or other rigid decorations are allowed in venue areas.
  • No spray paint or paint markers are allowed in the Park.
  • No flammable gases such as nitrous oxide are allowed in the Park.
  • No water guns or other simulated or toy weapons are allowed in the Park.
  • Bicycles and scooters must be parked outside of the venue areas.
  • No segways or other motorized devices are allowed in the venue areas.
  • Smoking and vaping only allowed behind soundboard in venue areas.
  • If hammocks are allowed in venue areas, they must not block pathways or be double stacked. Hammocks can only be tied to suitably strong trees and all ropes, straps and ties must be removed after use.
  • If chairs are allowed in venue areas, they must be removed at the close of performances each day.
  • Only disabled guests and a companion may use designated ADA viewing areas.
  • Additional restrictions may be imposed by posted signs, Festival brochures, or verbal order of Park staff.

Reminder To Mind Your Belongings:

Unfortunately, many people have reported pickpockets, bag slashings, and theft of wallets, smartphones, purses and other valuables during this festival season. While this small number of bad apples in the bunch doesn’t define an entire crowd, there are opportunistic people who come to these events to take advantage of unsuspecting partygoers and it’s important to be mindful of your valuables while at Hulaween.

Looking for tips to keep your belongings safe? Check our post highlighting some ideas!

Related: Looking for recommendations to add to your schedule? Check out our post highlighting five of our must-see artists!


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