DMB Caravan FAQs

You've got your ticket and you're ready to rock out at Bader Field in Atlantic City. Or, you've been waffling about buying a ticket and still aren't sure you want to brave the crowds. Here are a few pieces of info you should know before you take the plunge and head out to the festival.

Are tickets still available?

Yes. And you can get them at the Bader Field box office, which will be open 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. today.

Single-day tickets cost $85, and single-day VIP tickets cost $325. Three-day passes cost $195, and VIP packages cost $825. All ticket prices do not include any additional fees.

What time do gates open?

The Caravan gates open at 1 p.m. each day. Music begins at 1:30 p.m. today.

What can you bring inside?

Compact and cell-phone cameras, soft backpacks (maximum size: 18.5 inches by 13 inches by 8 inches), empty reusable water bottles, legal prescription medications in original bottles, strollers, blankets, lawn and camping chairs

What can't you bring?

Video cameras, frame backpacks, food of any kind, umbrellas, canopies, tents, walkie talkies, coolers, musical instruments, laser pointers

What about recording the shows?

Yes, you can record the Caravan, so long as its for personal use.

Kids allowed?

Sure. Ages 16 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Ages 6 and younger don't need a ticket.

Can I park at Bader Field?

The only parking available on site is for disabled parking and pass holders.