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HTH Music Fest: Know Before You Go

General Information
  • Bring beach chairs or blankets to ensure comfortable seating. Be considerate so that those around you can see the show too.
  • No chairs or blankets allowed within 100 feet of the stage.
  • Outside, prepared food is permitted.
  • On-site recycling supports Rockville’s sustainability efforts.
  • Most events will take place rain or shine. In case of inclement weather, cancellations will be posted at www. and
  • RedGate Park is smoke- and vape-free.
Safety: For the safety of all, please follow these guidelines.

NO to: Pets, tents, barbecuing or open flames. Outside alcohol. Wheeled recreational devices. Noisemakers, glass containers, drones or laser pointers. Weapons, illegal substances or explosives. Throwing footballs, flying discs, baseballs or other projectiles.

Assistance Needed: Rockville strives to provide access to all programs and services, regardless of ability. Contact 240-314-8620 with questions about access to the Hometown Holidays Music Fest.

Getting to RedGate Park

By Car: Free and ample parking is available at the festival. Accessible parking is located in Lot P with an ADA plate or placard.

By Rideshare: Rideshare pickup/drop-off is located at the Blair Ewing Center, 14501 Avery Road. Scan the QR code found at the festival’s beverage booth to receive $10 off your ride home from 4-8 p.m. each day.

By Bike: Bike parking in Lot P or at the 6 Taft Court entrance.

Shuttle Service: Our free, accessible shuttle runs from Rockville Town Center to RedGate Park from 11:30 a.m.-8 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, May 25 and 26.

  • Rockville Town Center pickup/drop-off: Monroe Street between East Montgomery Avenue and Middle Lane. For directions, use 255 Monroe St.
  • RedGate Park pickup/drop-off: Outside the accessible festival entrance.
  • Hours: Shuttles will run approximately every 20 minutes from 11:30 a.m.-8 p.m. The last Rockville Town Center pickup is 6 p.m.

Learn more on the official Hometown Holidays website.

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