Frequently Asked Questions
Can I purchase my ticket at the gate?
Yes, tickets will be available to purchase on the day of FaithFest.
If I want to leave during the festival, will there be issues reentering?
When first entering the festival, you will receive a wristband. This wristband permits re-entrance to the ticketed area if you choose to leave the grounds.
What do I do for parking? How much? Can I leave whenever I want?
On-site parking is $10 per car, cash only. You will have access to your car all day and will be able to leave whenever you are ready. VIP ticketholders are eligible to purchase close in parking ahead of time by calling the office at 517.669.8321. St. Jude parish is within walking and will be offering parking for $5 per car. Handicap parking is also available.
Do I need to bring my own chair or blanket?
General admission seating is festival style. Make sure to bring a chair or blanket to sit on for the day. VIP ticket holders will have a reserved chair in the VIP section.
I can only make it for half a day; can I purchase a half day ticket?
Starting at 6:30 p.m., parking will be $15 per car. This enables you to non-ticketed areas of the grounds which includes all food vendors and a special festival styled seating area for participating in Mass and fireworks.
Can I bring sun shelters for shade?
There are areas outside of the ticketed area where you can put up sun shelters for shade.
Will there be food available all day? What kinds of food?
FaithFest will have many various food vendors, with food and beverages available for purchase all day. Family friendly food options include: Pizza, hot dogs, hamburgers, tacos, ice-cream, homemade strawberry shortcake, elephant ears, and much more. VIP ticket holders will have access to a VIP food tent with different menu options.
Can I bring my own cooler with food?
Outside food and beverages, coolers, etc. are not permitted in the ticketed area. You can, however, leave them in your car, as on site guest parking is accessible throughout the day.
Any activities for kids?
Activities for children will include: Inflatable slide and obstacle course, horse drawn hay rides, disc golf all free of charge.
I’m not Catholic; can I still stay for the Mass?
Yes, we encourage people of all denominations to stay and celebrate at the worship service. Matt Maher will be performing the music for the service.
What is the schedule of the music for the day?
10:00 am: Gates Open
12:30 pm: Kate Baumer
1:30 pm: Fresh Pict
2:30 pm: Melanie Rea
3:30 pm: Modern Day Cure
4:30 pm: Jason Gray
5:30 pm: Matt Maher
6:30-7:30 pm: Break
7:30 pm: Worship service with Bishop Boyea, with music performed by Matt Maher
9:00 pm: Matt Maher, second set/Special "Glow in the Dark" performance by Jason Gray