3RD ANNUAL 7SF JULY 10–12, 2015 EL CHORRO PARK & CAMPGROUND SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA
Seven Sisters is close to everywhere! Halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco and a short hop from the Central Valley. When you get here, it’s a slice of paradise!
San Luis Obispo County is the heart of California’s Central Coast and offers spectacular golf courses, hiking, biking, surfing, kayaking, beaches, daily farmers markets, wine tasting, shopping, wonderful restaurants and resort facilities. It’s the perfect place to spend your “Seven Sisters” weekend!
El Chorro Regional Park and Campground
For on-site festival camping or lodging information, check out our Camping page.
PARKING & SHUTTLE
Parking and shuttle bus fees are included in your ticket purchase
PLEASE NOTE: If (and only if) you’re holding a VIP ticket, you may park on-site at the event. (VIP tickets are only available as an advance purchase; no VIP tickets are available at the gate.) VIP ticket holders will be directed to their parking spots just after they drive past the Kiosk location. Handicap parking is available on-site. Festival Map
For cyclists, there is a bike corral on-site. Please bring appropriate locks. The festival is not responsible for stolen or damaged goods, including bikes.
Heading South on Highway 101: Once you enter San Luis Obispo city limits, take the Santa Rosa Street exit and turn left on Santa Rosa. Santa Rosa Street will turn into Highway 1. Follow Santa Rosa Street/Highway I for approximately 4 1/2 miles. El Chorro Regional Park will be located on the right side of the road. It is across the highway from Cuesta College.
Heading North on Highway 101: Take the Highway 1/Morro Bay Exit and follow signs to the stoplight at Santa Rosa Street. Turn right onto Santa Rosa Street. Santa Rosa Street will turn into Highway 1. Follow Santa Rosa Street/Highway 1 for approximately 5 miles. El Chorro Regional Park will be located on the right side of the road. It is across the highway from Cuesta College.