Q:  When does the festival open and close each day?

A:  Friday, June 10th: 3 – 10:30pm / Saturday, June 11th: 8am – 10:30pm /
Sunday, June 12th : 9am – 6pm


Q:  Where can I park?

A:  Part 1 – Daily VIP Parking is available at Hometowntickets.com throughout the festival.  Make sure to purchase the correct day.  VIP Parking can be accessed by entering the Doty Street entrance, at Harborview.  We urge all festival goers to park legally to avoid any parking violations during the event.


Part 2 – If you would prefer to park and shuttle in, we will be offering shuttles from Fond du Lac High School and Downtown Fond du Lac.  These shuttles have specific schedules, so please plan ahead and “know before you go”.




Q:  I am not able to move around very well, will you have access for handicapped or elderly guests?

A:  Part 1 – Handicapped Parking is free within our VIP parking area with handicapped sticker/credential.  There is access to anywhere in the park by someone in a wheelchair.


Part 2 – Courtesy Carts are available for any handicapped, elderly or injured guests.  There will be pick-up points at VIP Parking, The Main Street shuttles stop, and the Park Avenue Shuttle Stop.


Q:  I heard about Stage VIP, what’s that all about?

A:  We are not selling Stage VIP for this year’s festival, but some have won contests which gives them special access to a VIP area adjacent to the Point West Stage.  This area is available only open to those VIPs from 6:30 – 10pm each night, during our Headliner shows.


Q:  Will there be ATMs on-site?

A:  Yes, ATMs are spread throughout the park for your convenience.


Q:  I see a lot of activities going on, where can I find out all the details?

A:  Please visit walleyeweekend.com for the most up-to-date event information.  There is an interactive map that can be accessed through Google Maps as well as a sortable event schedule online. Event brochures will also be available at all entrances and at Information booths.




Q:  What kind of food/beverages will you have?

A:  Food and drink are available for purchase across 10 food stands within the park.  Each food stand is run by a non-profit and has their own unique signature food.  Check out the website for specific food options.  Budweiser and Pepsi are the official beverages of Walleye Weekend.  There is a mix of adult beverage options including beers and other malt beverage alternatives, as well as sodas, Gatorades, and bottled water.




Q:  Can I bring dogs or other pets?

A:  Dogs or other pets are not allowed inside the park during large public gatherings, per a city ordinance (so only certified service dogs and our performer’s animals are allowed inside the grounds).


Q:  Can I ride my bike or scooter to the festival?

A:  You can ride to the park, but you are required to park your bike or scooter at the Main Gate or East Gate Self-Serve Bike Corral (located at Main Street/Harborview Drive). There will be bike racks located here.  The festival is not responsible for the safety/security of your property, so please bring a bike lock.


Q:  This is a family festival, correct? Do you have special accommodations for families?

A:  We have a Mother & Child area for any breastfeeding mothers or diaper changing needs on Main Street, near FamilyLand.  Bathrooms with changing tables are also available on the north side of FamilyLand by Frazier Drive, at Lakeside Park Pavilion (Walleye Weekend HQ) and on Softball Island.  We also have Festival Golf Shuttles that will help you get to different parts of the festival, easier.  Pick-up locations are at the Main Street entrance, Park Avenue entrance, and VIP Parking east access point.


Q:  Anything else I need to know?

A:  Carry-ins are restricted anywhere in the park, and if you’re of legal drinking age, wristbands are required and can be purchased for $2 at any of the nonprofit wristband booths.  ATMs will be available throughout the park.



Q:  If I have a specific question, can I call to get an answer?

A:  Our general number (920-923-6555) will be answered by Walleye Weekend Headquarters personnel before and during the festival.  Please call with your questions, but also understand that we receive an abundance of calls so we appreciate your patience.



Q:  If I had a negative experience at the festival, what should I do?

A:  If you have any feedback (positive or negative), please email our general email address (Info@FDLFest.com).  We appreciate any  and all feedback as we continue to make Walleye Weekend the best possible experience we can.