Festival Info & FAQ

First things first, this place is for everyone. Do not make others feel unwanted or uncomfortable. There is absolutely no tolerance for hate or harassment relating to race, nationality, sex, gender, gender expression, disability, or religion. If incidents arise, you will be removed from the premises and will be requested to complete anti-discrimination or sexual harassment training provided by one of our many community partners. We are here to have positive, life changing experiences. Let's keep it that way by taking care of ourselves and each other.

What's going on?

Phase Seven: Emergence is a multi-day music, arts, and camping festival taking place September 30 - October 2, 2022 at Stable Studios in Spencer, Indiana.  There will be a variety of local and regional visual and performing artists, 2 stages, market vendors, workshops, sensory activities for kids and adults, shaded camping, and non-profit organizations.  Check back here and follow us on Facebook and Instagram @MoonPhaseProductions for updates and announcements!

How do I get there?

Stable Studios is in Spencer, IN located at 2034 Dubois Road, Spencer, Indiana, 47460

Directions from Bloomington:  Take 46 W through the town of Spencer.  Take a left on 246 W for 2 miles.  Turn right on Dubois Rd and we're 1/2 mi down the road on the right.

Directions from Indianapolis:  Take 70 W past the town of Cloverdale.  Turn left on 243 S.  Turn right on 42 W.  Turn left on Co Rd 790 W/ Owl Hollow Rd.  Turn right on Garrard Chapel Rd/ Jordan Village Rd.  Turn right on Co Rd 500 N/ Beamer Station Rd.  Turn left on White Hill Rd.  Turn left on 46 E.  Turn right on Dubois Rd and we're 0.1 mi down the road on the left.

When may I arrive?

Festival gates open Friday, September 30, 2022 at 8:08am.  Please do not arrive before this time; we will still be getting ready!

Who's invited?

Everyone!  This space is for all.  Attendees under the age of 18 need to be with their legal parent or guardian. Children 12 and under are FREE!  Please bring your government issued ID as this will be checked upon entry. 

Food & Water

Here's a warm reminder to stay nourished, hydrated, and well rested during your visit.  We will have a variety of food vendors serving up all sorts of goodies for all kinds of eaters.  Veggie options included.  We will also have plenty of water so bring your re-usable bottles, containers, and hydration packs.  

Parking

All parking is free, included in your GA ticket, and located on the main festival grounds.  To reduce safety concerns and environmental impact, there is no car camping.  The camping area is but a short walk through the woods.  Don't forget to carpool!  Stay tuned for a festival map with updates on ADA, parking, camping, and trails. 

Camping

Enjoy the spacious, shaded camping across the venue!  Tent camping is also free and included with your GA ticket. There will be limited spots for RVs.  We will have a designated family camping in a more private, partly shaded area. Stay tuned for a festival map with updates on ADA, parking, camping, and trails. 

Campfires

Campfires are not allowed at campsites.  Please do not bring a charcoal grill or fire pit.  Small propane camping grills are OK.  Depending on weather conditions we will have a communal fire that will be maintained by Phase's staff. 

Rain or shine?

The show will go on!

Things to Bring

  • You & your friends!

  • Your ticket.

  • Government issued ID.

  • Ear protection.

  • Re-usable water bottles, hydration packs utensils, and flatware.

  • 2 pairs of footwear for chillin' by the pond or hiking through the woods.

  • Trash bags for trash & separate bags for recycling.  Be mindful of your waste & pack out what you pack in. 

  • Water, juice, & electrolytes for hydration. Let's take care of each other! 

  • Rain jacket & baggies for your things in case it rains.  Stick your shoes in a plastic bag & secure with duct tape for semi-dry feet.

  • A tarp for the bottom of your tent

  • A towel.  Don't forget it.

  • A hand fan or battery powered misting fan.

  • A good book for daytime hangs.

  • A flashlight, lantern, rope, bandanna, tent stakes, mallet, & other misc. camping accessories.

What NOT to Bring

  • Guns, firearms, weapons, or fireworks. It is just not necessary in settings like this.  You will be removed from the festival grounds if necessary.

  • Charcoal grills, fire pits, or firewood.  Let's not start any wildfires or spread invasive Emerald Ash Borer.

  • Glass.