FAQs

Where is The Albino Skunk Music Festival?

Albino Skunk Music Festival takes place on the grounds of Glynn and Susan Zeigler’s place north of Greer, SC. Click here for directions.

When is SkunkFest?

Our Spring Festival is typically the second weekend in April and our Fall Festival is typically the first weekend in October. Gates open at 10 AM each day. Event takes place rain or shine. Come early (after gates open) to get your favorite camping spot.

Where can I buy tickets?

Head over to the TICKETS page to get your tickets online. Tickets are also available at the gate.

May I bring a Cooler?

Only coolers with non-alcoholic beverages and foods/snacks will be allowed into the seating area.

In an effort to maintain the safe, relaxed experience we’ve all come to enjoy, we will no longer allow folks to bring alcoholic beverages in coolers into the amphitheater area. You will still be allowed to have a single beverage with you in the music listening area (NO GLASS).

Community Tap will still be vending their fine craft brews in the vendor mall area for your convenience. And you will be allowed to return to your camp or vehicle during the fest.

Coolers will be inspected at the Gate and spot checked in the amphitheater area.

May I bring Food?

We allow you to bring in coolers with food (and non-alcoholic beverages) into the concert area. (NO GLASS BOTTLES OR CONTAINERS)

And there will be a number of food trucks and food vendors with a variety of tasty offerings.

May I Camp?

Camping is the best (and most responsible) way to enjoy the Festival.  The Skunk Farm has many great places to camp, so come early to reserve your favorite spot!  Camping passes are sold per vehicle, so pack yours full of Skunk-goers!  Click here to purchase your camping pass and click here for more camping specifics!

Everyone on Festival grounds MUST wear a wristband.  This means EVERYONE.  (All campers included!)

Not into Camping?

There are many hotels in the Greer/Greenville/Spartanburg area, but we suggest the Quality Inn Greer, who will again be offering great SkunkFestFan rates!  There are also many B & B’s in Landrum, SC, and Tryon and Saluda, NC if you’re into that sorta thing!  Check out The Red Horse Inn for a great B & B!

Are there bathrooms and showers?

The SkunkFarm has multiple port-o-john stations. There is also a “one-holer” to the right of the stage, providing all the luxuries of a modern bathroom. Additionally, there are a couple of sinks/hand washing stations sprinkled throughout the listening, eating and camping areas.

We also have two showers located at the rear of the property for our campers!

May I bring My Dog?

We love our Skunk Pups! But there are four conditions:

  • You must clean up after your pet
  • Your pet has to be friendly to other dogs and humans
  • Your pet should not whine, yelp, bark, etc. (this applies to children, too).
  • Your pet must remain on a leash at all times!

You will be asked to remove your dog from the property if they are disruptive, aggressive, unleashed and/or poop without the owner cleaning up after it.

What is parking like?

Click here for a map of SkunkFarm identifying general parking and camping areas. Handicapped parking will be available – just follow the signs to the bottom of the hill!

Should I bring a chair?

We recommend that you bring either a low lawn chair or a ground cloth.

Do I really have to wear a wristband?

Wristbands MUST be worn for entry into Albino Skunk Music Festival.  If you purchased a ticket prior to the Festival, you must pick up your wristband when you arrive.  Wristbands are non-transferable, non-exchangeable and cannot be replaced. Wristbands must be worn throughout Albino Skunk Music Festival.  (And yes, they’ll hold up for three days!)

EVERYONE ON FESTIVAL GROUNDS MUST WEAR A WRISTBAND – NO EXCEPTIONS!

Will my mama be there to clean up after me?

ASMF is a family event, but there are no guarantees of this, therefore:

There will be recycling and trash receptacles throughout SkunkFarm. Make use of these as we really do not like litterbugs! We ask that you be responsible for your camp site as well – make sure to clean up after yourselves prior to your Sunday departure.