Festival FAQ

WHERE IS THE FESTIVAL?

The Juan de Fuca Festival takes place on the beautiful North Olympic Peninsula in Port Angeles, Washington…where the Olympic Mountains meet the Strait of Juan de Fuca and we have a perfect view of our Canadian neighbors on clear days. In 2020 we are proud to host five performance stages: 

The Main Stage, Chamber Stage and street fair are located at the Vern Burton Community Center,  308 East 4th St.

The Elks Ballroom and Elks Stage 2 are located at 131 East 1st St.

Our newest venue is in the stunning gallery of the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center which is located at 1203 E. Lauridsen Blvd.

A complimentary shuttle runs between all three locations.

CAN I BRING MY DOG?
Unfortunately, dogs are not permitted on festival grounds (with the exception of service dogs).

IS THERE CAMPING AVAILABLE  AT THE FESTIVAL?
The Juan de Fuca Festival campus cannot accommodate overnight camping.  However, many RV parks and campsites are located within the area, as well as many great hotels.  Please head to the Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce page for more lodging information.

CAN I WALK TO ALL THE VENUES?
Absolutely. Our venues are within a five block radius and a free shuttle is offered courtesy of Black Ball Transport.  The shuttle runs from 11:30 am – 7:30 pm and loops from The Vern Burton Center to The Elks and the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center every 30 minutes.

WHAT ABOUT ALCOHOL?
Beer, wine and hard cider are available to purchase both outside in the beer garden and near the Main Stage at the Downbeat Bar.  If you’re interested in a Margarita or Singapore Sling then you’ll need to head down to the Elks venue where there is a full bar available at both stages.

ARE ALL THE VENUES WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE?
Yes.