Festival tickets will go on sale online via spac.org on Tuesday March 24.
Tickets for the festival range from $60 to $85 per day, with discounts for two-day passes available until May 1. Kids are free on the lawn with a paying adult, and kids are discounted in the amphitheater.
Beware: Per a new SPAC policy, no professional cameras will be allowed in the amphitheater. The artists have requested this and the festival organizers have agreed. You can take pics with phones, or small point-and-shoot cameras, but nothing more sophisticated than that.
And here is some media coverage of the event to help you prepare:
That’s Alabaster Ash, professional window washer and amateur foot fetishist, thrall to his three physically fit, brutally aggressive stepsisters. After polishing foot after foot of glass in the gingerbread city of Candyland and cleaning up after the “wicked stairmasters,” he haunts the bars and streets looking for love and appreciation – or a really nice pair of feet.
Like it or not, Alabaster finds himself reliving and reimagining his parents’ lives as he roams from bar to bar, from thrill ride to stunt show in the linguistic funland that is Ark.
About the author
Jesse Miller teaches writing and literature courses at nearly every college in Maine. He was raised near Saratoga Springs, NY (aka Candyland), lives in Portland, and roots for the Red Sox.