FAQ

FREQUENTLY
ASKED

In Between Days is a music festival held at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Quincy, MA featuring two stages of music, a vintage shopping marketplace, retro arcade, great food and drink and more.
 

The festival is held at Veterans  Memorial Stadium in Quincy, MA which is located in a lovely sector of Planet Earth in the Milky Way Galaxy (which was named after the chocolate candy product).  The address is 850 Hancock St, Quincy, MA 02170

August 19th and 20th, 2023

Yes, We will announce our daily lineups and begin selling single day tickets this spring. Currently, only Two-Day tickets are for sale. 

The gates for the In Between Days will open at 11:30 am and close at approximately 9:45 pm.  These times are subject to change, so check the website homepage for the latest info.

Check the Tickets Section of the website for info on ticket sales. (CLICK HERE)

Yes, we are an all ages event.  Kids 10 and under that are accompanied by an adult will be allowed in the General Admission area of the event for free.
 

Yes, as long as they have a VIP Ticket.  All attendees in the VIP area will have to purchase a VIP ticket and get a wristband to enter.

That is unlikely, once tickets are gone, they are gone… We recommend purchasing your tickets when they go on sale to ensure you don’t miss out on this amazing experience.

Yes, a box office will be located onsite at the main entrance to the festival.

As a general rule, attendees are allowed to come and go to the festival as they please, as long as they have their ticket or wristband readily available each time they enter the festival gates. You will be subject to security screening every time you enter.

We will have a selection of different food vendors onsite, please check the FOOD & DRINK section of the website for info.

Pants (or their smaller cousin, shorts) or skirts or dresses are strictly required. For the love of Pete, please remember to wear clothes!

If you lost something while at the festival, check with the Lost and Found, which is located inside the Information Tent.

In Between Days is a rain or shine event. If the weather affects the festival on event day, we will announce it on this website promptly. Bookmark this wesbsite and check back regularly.

In the event of meatball precipitation, hold out a plate or if possible a hero roll or hoagie bread.

If you are interested in and are planning preview coverage of In Between Days, contact michael@knyvet.com for photos, interviews, and other information. All applications must be submitted by August 10, 2023. Please understand that due to high demand, we may not be able to fully accommodate all requests.

Please note: For all affiliated freelance photographers and writers, we require an email directly from your editor from an email address affiliated with the publication. Please email this letter to michael@knyvet.com. We are unable to credential freelance photographers or writers who are not officially on assignment for a publication. If you are affiliated with a band, you must still submit an application through this form and your entry will be applied to the band’s allotment of comps.

Please understand that Artist lineup subject to change. We do not offer refunds.

WHAT TO BRING
WHAT NOT TO BRING

Chairs and blankets are not allowed at In Between Days.  Seating is available to all in our stadium bleachers, so you’ll always have a chance to rest and recharge.  Out in the concert field, we’ll need all the space we can get to provide everyone with ample room to move, groove and just plain enjoy themselves.

Only small personal cameras will be allowed into the Festival. Cameras that have a large lens will only be permitted if a media pass has been issued.

DRONES AND DRONE CAMERAS OF ANY KIND ARE NOT ALLOWED.

No, this highly expensive piece of scientific research equipment is not a toy and is needed by NASA in space for their ongoing quest to unlock the secrets of the universe.

Those who have special dietary needs and/or food allergies may bring personal quantities of food, for personal use only, into the venue.  If you do not have special dietary needs you are not  allowed to bring food and beverage into the festival. The  vendors will be onsite to allow for delicious snacks, nutritious food and refreshing beverage purchase.

 

Are you a parent bringing the kiddos in and worried about keeping them fueled up?   Okay…If  you have a sealed energy bar or sealed, small, INDIVIDUAL-SIZED snack that you would like to bring in for the kiddos –  we’ll be understanding.   But please don’t be that person that brings in a family’s worth of sandwiches, meals and snacks.  

You may bring in unopened (factory-sealed) or fully empty bottles of water. We will have a free water-refill station onsite.

  • Strollers and small wagons for the kiddos
  • Denim jackets
  • Combs and other personal hygiene support products
  • Small-size/unframed backpacks
  • Imaginary friends (please note real friends will be required to present a ticket for entry)
  • Empty water bottles  – We will have a refillable water station on-site
  • Small digital cameras or point-and-click 35mm cameras
  • Binoculars
  • A good attitude
  • Strollers and small wagons for the kiddos
  • Denim jackets
  • Combs and other personal hygiene support products
  • Small-size/unframed backpacks
  • Imaginary friends (please note real friends will be required to present a ticket for entry)
  • Empty water bottles  – We will have a refillable water station on-site
  • Small digital cameras or point-and-click 35mm cameras
  • Binoculars
  • A good attitude

(Note: Everybody will be subject to search entering the festival site!)

  • Chair and blankets
  • Tents of any kind
  • Weapons and illegal substances of any kind (this includes but is not limited to tazers, phazers, lasers and any other dangerous futuristic devices that have yet to be invented)
  • Alcohol (beer and wine will be sold at the festival)
  • Bad Attitudes
  • Flags that are attached to poles of any size
  • Framed or large backpacks
  • Glass containers of ANY kind
  • Skateboards, scooters, or personal motorized vehicles
  • Bicycles inside the festival grounds (bike racks are available onsite next to the entrance)
  • Fireworks and explosives
  • So-called “Hover-boards”
  • Instruments and laser pointers (these are super annoying)
  • Picnic baskets
  • Lawn furniture
  • Large or hard-sided coolers (including thermoses)
  • Pets or live animals (except service dogs) of any kind, even friendly ones
  • Cyborgs and robots (particularly evil ones) and any other type of artificial intelligence
  • Professional still camera equipment (no detachable lenses, tripods, big zooms, or commercial use rigs)
  • No illegal vending is permitted – no unauthorized/unlicensed vendors allowed
  • No tailgating
  • No camping
  • No Bad Magic tricks!
  • No Batons, wands and poi used for dancing

CREDIT CARDS
& ATMS

Beer and wine sales booths WILL ONLY be accepting credit cards, but food vendors will be on a case by case basis. 

Most of the vendors will have the ability to accept credit cards, but it will vary from vendor to vendor. Very few vendors will accept cash, please bring your credit cards.

No.  There are no ATMS onsite. Please bring your credit cards.

SAFETY &
ACCESSIBILITY

Our primary goal is to create a safe and secure environment for all festival attendees. To ensure this, there will be onsite security and safety provided by local police and private security companies. 

 

There will be a public safety tent located onsite to help you with any type of medical problem. If you need assistance, please go to the medical tent or look for festival staff.

You should immediately report any missing children to the nearest staff person, security or police officer. Please stop by our info booth where we will be able to give your child a wristband to include your phone number in case of an emergency.

Yes. If you lost something while at the festival, check with the Lost and Found, which is located inside the Information Tent.

ACCESS INFORMATION FOR PATRONS WITH DISABILITIES

The purpose of the Access Program for the In Between Days is to, as best as we can, make it possible for our patrons with disabilities to attend the event and participate in the activities. We strive to give you all the information you need to properly prepare for your visit. If you have questions before the event please email access@sixchair.com. If you have questions during the event please visit the Information Tent at the festival. All patrons with disabilities are encouraged to stop by the tent to get information about the Access Program.

If you need an accommodation that the Access Program does not already provide, please make your request right away by emailing access@sixchair.com. Last minute requests may be difficult to process. Some services may be available without advance notice. During the event, you may stop by the Information Tent to ask for assistance. We want your visit to the festival to go as smoothly as possible.

Please write access@sixchair.com to let us know how we can be of assistance. We will do all that we can.

There is accessible parking on-site next to the front entrance of the festival grounds for those who have a valid, state-issued, accessible parking tag. The person to whom the tag was issued must be in the vehicle.

All entrances to the festival will accommodate wheelchairs.  The length of the field where the event is held ia football field, plus a surrounding concourse area. Patrons will travel over hard packed dirt pathways and asphalt.. The festival area is artificial athletic turf.. If there is rain, some areas could become muddy. Patrons will be responsible for getting themselves around the site and should plan their mobility needs accordingly. Please write access@sixchair.com if you need more information.

  • Single-wheeled devices such as a unicycle (especially the super tall ones that clowns ride)
  • Two-wheeled devices such as scooters, bicycles, so-called “hover boards” and Segways (although kind of cool they are pretty weird and also not safe in a festival environment)
  • Three and four wheeled devices such as all-terrain vehicles or golf carts
  • Any other type of mobility device larger than a motorized wheelchair, or that operates faster than walking speed is not allowed. This is for the safety of our patrons and the continued health of the farm’s beautiful grass.

Recharge your motorized wheelchairs and scooters at the Medical Tent or the Information Tent.

There will be reserved viewing. These areas are for patrons with disabilities that substantially limit their ability to stand. Look for signs with the wheelchair symbol. An access wristband is required to use these viewing areas. Stop by the Information Tent to obtain an access wristband.

Each person with a disability may bring one companion into the reserved viewing areas. Families, consisting of no more than two adults and any children less than 18 years of age, may stay together in the reserved areas. Please be considerate of our patrons who have disabilities and do not abuse this service. Space is limited.

Accessible portable toilets will be available in every grouping of portable toilets.

We do not have a wheelchair or scooter rental or loan service. Wheelchair push services and personal care attendants are not provided.

  • To reserve a braille or Large Print copy of the programming information, write to access@sixchair.com no later than two weeks prior to the event.
  • Write to that same address at least one week before the start of the festival to arrange for a one-time tour of the festival grounds on either one of the festival days.

Yes, people with various abilities can play most of the games and participate in the activities. Let us know if there is anything we can do to assist.

Yes, service animals assisting an individual with a disability are allowed at the festival. Pets are not allowed.

  • Service animals must be alongside their handler and harnessed, leashed, or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal’s work or the individual’s disability prevents using these devices. In that case, the individual must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective controls.
  • Service animals must be house-trained. A service animal relief area will be provided.
  • Disruptive or dangerous animals will need to leave the site. The handler may return without the animal.
  • All animals will be screened at the gate.
  • The person bringing the animal is responsible for and liable for any damage or injury caused by the animal.

A person bringing a syringe must be prepared to show medication in prescription packaging with name on the label, and photo ID.

Please dispose of your medical waste and sharps in the proper disposal at the Medical Tent. Please do not dispose of these things in the trash barrels. We appreciate your consideration for our volunteers and staff who handle the trash bags.

Please dispose of your medical waste and sharps in the proper disposal at the Medical Tent. Please do not dispose of these things in the trash barrels. We appreciate your consideration for our volunteers and staff who handle the trash bags.

QUESTIONS NOT
ANSWERED?

Contact us!

If you still have questions or need an accommodation not listed, write to us at info@inbetweendaysfestival.com