Music Festivals by Campervan

Reggae On The Mountain | Music Festivals by Campervan

Reggae on the mountain is one of California’s largest Reggae Festivals. This festival is for all ages and kids under 12 are FREE. The line-up includes huge headlines including Steel Pulse, Julian Marley, and Matisyahu. The Festival runs for 2 days from in August from Saturday through to the late evening of Sunday and is located on the Famous King Gillette Ranch.

Reggae on the mountain festival in a campervan

The website includes a fully interactive map of the layout of the grounds on the day.  This map will navigate you to all the activities available at the festival on the 2 days. Activities include getting lit (as quietly as possible) in the silent dance hall and joining in massive groups of Enlightened yoga enthusiasts. There also will be local vendors set up for all your spiritual and sacred shopping needs.

Camping is available at the event at a price of $143.75 USD per person. This pass allows you to camp on the grounds for the entire 2 day festival, if you wish to bring your own campervan you will be looking at an additional $111.05 for the RV pass – both prices mentioned include all sales taxes – camping opens at 9:30am on Saturday and all patrons must be off the property by 10pm Sunday.

There are many advantages of bringing a campervan to the festival, such as an affordable, comfortable and close by bed when you’re done letting off all your good vibes. The convenience also comes in handy the next morning when it’s time to make your way back to the festival.  A campervan is also a great way to escape the heat and having your own private space with water and shade to unwind between your favorite sets.

With the festival only a 45-minute drive from our Los Angeles depot, Travellers Autboarn believe our campervans are the most affordable, convenient and comfortable option available when renting a vehicle to take to the festival.

Want to know more about camping festivals in the USA and start planning your campervan trip today? Read our full festival guide here.