What health & safety measures will be in place for Barnstorm?
- A limit of 50 tickets will be made available until we know more regarding Ontario’s post-COVID reopening plan
- For tracking purposes, tickets will not be sold at the gate this year
- Masks must be worn inside the “Odditorium”
- You will be required to show proof of double-vaccination at the gate
- Physical distancing is required both inside and outside the “Odditorium”
Barnstorm Fan Health Pledge
We ask that you not attend Barnstorm if any of the following is true for you or anyone in your party:
- Within the last 14 days, you have tested positive or been exposed to someone who currently has COVID-19 and/or is waiting for test results;
- Within 14 days of attending Barnstorm, you or someone in your household have travelled outside of Canada and been advised to quarantine (federal quarantine requirements);
- Have been advised by a doctor, health care provider, or public health unit that you or someone you live with should currently be isolating (staying at home);
- Is experiencing one or more symptoms that are new or worsening – fever and/or chills, cough or barking cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, difficulty swallowing, decrease or loss of smell or taste, pink eye, runny or stuffy/congested nose, headache, digestive issues like nausea/vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain, muscle aches/joint pain, fatigue.
Where is Barnstorm located?
Barnstorm takes place annually at the Sanctuary located at 15328 Concession 3-4 Road, Finch, Ontario.
How much are tickets?
Kids aged 12 and under are free!
Is overnight camping available?
Is this event all ages?
Yes, Barnstorm hosts a rare opportunity for all ages, genders and income to enjoy local music at its best.
When can I arrive?
Gates to the property open at noon, doors to the Odditorium open at 5 PM, show starts sharp at 6 PM! Be sure to arrive early and setup your tent in the overnight area.
Is this a non-smoking event?
No smoking in the Odditorium… every where else is OK
Can I bring my dog(s)?
Yes, just be a responsible pet owner.
What should I bring?
Bring some cash as there will be food on site from Simply Baked Catering for dinner and Sunday breakfast, and other items (such as band merchandise) for purchase. You’ll also want to have cash on hand to buy raffle tickets for some great prizes!
Beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) are NOT SOLD at Barnstorm, so be sure to bring your own. You will want to sit down at some point, so it is a good idea to bring an outdoor chair. Yes it can be very hot during the day, but you should not be surprised how cool it can be in the evening, so be prepared and bring appropriate clothing. Be sure to bring a cooler packed with ice for your drinks and for your food so that it does not spoil throughout the day or night. Plan to spend the night at Barnstorm. The event is designed to accommodate a large number of tents for the evening in the camping section. You can buy a tent at Canadian Tire for $40 and there will be several people who will help you get your tent setup for the night – do not worry – this is the best thing to do.
Please do not drink and drive.
I heard there was a pool?
What happens if it rains?
The show must go on every year rain or shine. Check weather radar for accurate information. There are several sheltered areas including “The Odditorium”.
How can I be part of the event?
We require sponsors and volunteers to give Barnstorm a boost! If you would like to sponsor the event or volunteer, please Contact Us. Volunteers get a laminated backstage pass, food and drink, as a special touch.
Is there parking?
Yes, there is free parking at the site.
You can help “tic” best by having fun, helping to keep the grounds clean during the event and PLEASE USE CANS INSTEAD OF BOTTLES. “tic” has spent months planning and arranging this years annual event and wants to be sure that you and your good friends have a truly fun time!
Several garbage cans are made available throughout the property; please give your best effort to make sure garbage gets there.
Believe it or not, “tic” recycles and would ask everyone to ensure that bottles and cans ARE NOT put in the garbage cans, but in the appropriate recyclable containers provided throughout the property.
This is a friendly and fun gathering of good people – rude or excessive behaviour will not be tolerated and you will be asked to leave. GOOD TIMES, GOOD PEOPLE, GOOD MEMORIES!
…and of course, we don’t have to mention that basic common sense is expected and appreciated.