Otis Mountain is a small ski hill in Elizabethtown, New York. The mountain is located a short distance from Interstate 87 and from Lake Champlain.
Elizabethtown, New York
5 hours from Boston
5 hours from New York
2 hours from Montreal
1.5 hours from Burlington
2 hours from Albany
We strongly suggest carpooling with friends, or by visiting our ride share page to carpool with other attendees.
Confirmation & Transfer
If you did not receive a confirmation email or ticket you can login to your Eventbrite account to find your ticket.
Tickets are transferable by logging in to your Eventbrite account and changing the name on the ticket.
Friday Music starts at 2pm with scheduled sets until 2am.
Saturday performances begin at 10:30am, running until 2am.
Sunday there will be no music, with attendees expected to head out before noon.
Hotels, Motels & Rentals
If camping is not your scene, there are some limited accommodations in the area, so be sure to book early.
Elizabethtown is closest, and offers limited accommodations, but there are also good options a few minutes further away in Keene, Westport, or New Russia.
For rental options check out VRBO or Airbnb.
Otis is a rugged venue, but is largely accessible to anyone with a handicap. The grounds to the Main Stage, Spruce Stage, and vendors are mostly flat with areas of grass and hard sand. The Range Stage is accessible from a downward slope and the ground is hard (weather permitting).
We offer handicap parking, bathrooms, and assistance if needed. Please reach out if you have any questions or concerns.
Water, Bathrooms & Power
There will be portable bathrooms and a water filling station. There are no showers and there is no bathing allowed at the filling station. There is no electricity available to attendees and generators are not allowed.
No pets of any kind.
(Licensed service dogs only.)
No glass of any kind.
(Plastic containers will be provided at gate.)
No illegal drugs of any kind.
(Prescription allowed in original container with ID to match prescription)
(Except for blades less than 3”.)
No fireworks generators, large speakers, laser pointers, motorized vehicles or drones.
Health & Common sense
Take care of yourself throughout the weekend. Stay hydrated, eat well, and dress appropriately for the weather and temperatures.
You’ll be scrambling around the fields, forests, and trails all over Otis, and the weather is ever-changing. Be prepared!
If you require any medications, bring them. If they are prescription keep them in their original container and have ID that matches the prescription.
By purchasing a ticket you are releasing Otis Mountain, and all involved parties of any liability.
Any activity your partake in is at your own risk. Play smart, folks!
We must all respect the mountain, its neighbors, and each other to ensure that we can continue hosting this festival for years to come.
No littering or altering site.
Be respectful of the mountain, and each other.
See our Code of Conduct.
The show goes on, rain or shine. In the event of an extreme weather incident that threatens the safety of attendees the event may be canceled. There will be no ticket refunds on behalf of the weather.
September in the Adirondacks brings a mixed bag of weather, and it’s often cold at night. Dress appropriately by avoiding cotton layers, and bringing extra dry, warm clothing.
In regards to footwear, bear in mind that the ground is all dirt, which may include mud after some rain.
In short: Otis happens in the woods. The woods are outside. Dress and pack accordingly.