The Phoenix Children’s Festival
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CityScape in downtown Phoenix
10 am – 6 pm
Admission is $10 per person. Under 3 years old are free. All stage entertainment & most activities inside the festival gates are free. However, there’s a charge for some rides & games as well as for food & beverages.
The festival will feature major Valley corporate sponsors that provide goods and services for children and families. The event is a great corporate volunteer day opportunity for small and large businesses!
The Phoenix Children’s Festival will take place rain or shine. The Festival shall not be liable for any cancellations, delays or failures in performance due to circumstances beyond its control.
Festival schedule will be published soon.
Frequently Asked Questions to guide you through your experience at the Inaugural Phoenix Children’s Festival.
Q: What is the date of the festival?
A: Fall 2018
Q: What is the location and address?
A: The event takes place at CityScape in downtown Phoenix.
Q: How much are tickets:
A: Tickets are $10 per person. Children 3 years and under are free. There are special VIP packages for the celebrity meet and greet as well and discount tickets for family packs through various partner.
Q: Are tickets refundable?
A: Tickets are nonrefundable.
Q: Who is the beneficiary of the Festival?
A: A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit the Back to School Clothing Drive, an Arizona nonprofit celebrating its 50th anniversary. Back to School Clothing Drive helps break down barriers to early childhood school success by providing new school uniforms and outfits, backpacks and school supplies for children in need. The organizations benefits 25,000 students grades K-6 attending 260 schools in 30 school districts.
Q: Do you accept credit cards?
A: Yes, we accept all major credit cards and bank debit cards for ticket payments and coupon booth.
Q: Do you have ATMs on-site?
A: Yes, ATMs are located near the entrance of the festival.
Q: Are there safety measures for children?
A: Uniformed police officers will be on site throughout the event providing security for children and families attending the event.
Q: Where can I find parking at the festival and will it cost me money?
A: A listing of parking and garages can be found at http://dtphx.org/things-to-do/getting-around/
Q: Does my ticket price cover all expenses or will there be other expenses once in the festival?
A: Your ticket covers entrance to the festival only. Additional fees apply for rides and food vendors some cash and some will accept debit/credit.
Q: Can I leave the festival and re-enter without paying?
A: Yes, with a PCF wrist band.
Q: Can I charge my cell phone at the festival?
A: Yes, in the Discovery Zone.
Q: Will there be WIFI available at the festival?
A: There is no publicly available WIFI on premises.
Q: Can we bring in food & drinks? How about for our infant child?
A: As this event is a fund-raiser for Back to School Clothing Drive, outside food and drinks are not allowed inside the festival gates. However, special food for infants and toddlers is allowed.
Q: Can we bring strollers?
A: Yes, all areas of the festival are accessible for strollers, wheelchairs, and other mobile accessories.
Q: Can we bring pets?
A: No pets are allowed at the festival with the exception of assistive animals with the proper identification.
Q: Any rules we should know about?
A: To ensure a safe, enjoyable event, the following items should be left at home: beverages, food, alcoholic beverages, ice chests/coolers, bikes, in-line skates, skateboards, hover boards, weapons, fireworks, umbrellas and laser pointers. Food for infants and special dietary concerns are allowable.
Q: Do you issue rain checks?
A: No rain checks are given. We are open rain or shine, and all acts will be performed as scheduled unless conditions threaten the safety of the participants and festival guests.
Q: Is there public transportation to the festival?
A: Yes, Valley Metro bus service and light rail is available and drops off near the festival entrance. We highly encourage the use of public transportation if possible.
Q: How do I pay for food purchases at the event?
A: Food truck vendors accept cash and credit/debit cards. No coupons will be accepted as payment.
Q: Am I allowed to take pictures at the event?
A: Absolutely and we encourage you to share them on social media, with your friends and network