Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some Frequently Asked Questions about WAMMfest. Please send us an email to info@wammfest.com if your question doesn’t get answered here.

General

WAMMfest is a charitable, annual summer festival that celebrates Wine, Art, Music & Microbrew. It is organized by the Sertoma Club of Greenwood and sponsored by many local businesses and residents. This year’s WAMMfest will be the 12th annual!

100% of the net proceeds from this event are distributed back to the community to support our youth, individuals and community organizations! See a list of organizations that The Sertoma Club of Greenwood has helped with the net proceeds from WAMMfest.

WAMMfest is held on August, 15, 2020 at Craig Park in Greenwood. Festival hours are 12PM – 9PM (new hours this year!)

WAMMfest will happen Rain or Shine. No refunds will be given.

Our attendees’ saftey is a priority for us. And with the help of our on–site weather partner, BAM WX, we will be watching and keeping attendees up–to–date via stage announcements if we see any inclement weather approaching.

Rain does happen sometimes, but we’ll let it pass and keep the festival going.

Band performances will not be pushed back. We’ll simply pick up where we left off if there is a delay.

Although WAMMfest is 100% family–friendly, there will be no activities for the kiddos. Children 12 and under are free and do not need a ticket when accompanied by an adult with a ticket.

If you want to purchase beer or wine, you’ll need to stop by our ID tent to be checked. Attendees 21 years and older will receive a wristband to wear during the festival. Beer and wine vendors will not serve attendees that are not wearing a "21+ wristband".

Yes. Canopies, tents, large patio umbrellas, coolers, illegal drugs or substances, fireworks, glass, and outside food and beverages are not allowed. You may be denied entry or asked to remove them from the festival.

Your ticket, your ID, some cash, a lawn chair/blanket to enjoy the live music, some sunscreen, your dance moves, and a personal umbrella (just in case).

Negative. Being that Craig Park is city property, smoking and vaping (e–cigarettes) is not permitted within the park entrances. If you would like to smoke, you will need to step off the park grounds.

Live music will be going for the entire festival. 6 bands across 2 stages playing all different genres of music. See the music line–up.

Yes, can but pets need to stay on a leash at all times. If not, you will be asked to leave the park and return with a leash. You’ll also be expected to clean up after your pet.

Yes. The lost and found is located at The Sertoma Club of Greenwood tent. If you find an item, please turn it in. Someone may be looking for it!

Yes. There will be 2 ATM’s in the vendor area.

Tickets

Tickets are $15 per person in advance. Buy your tickets

Each ticket includes admission for one person to the festival, live entertainment, and the ability to also visit the art show. Beer, wine, food, and fine art may be purchased. Breweries and wineries sell by the glass for around $5 – $6 each. There are no alcohol "samples" at WAMMfest.

You can purchase tickets online. Your ticket will be emailed to you. You can either print out the email or we can scan the email via your smartphone.

You can also visit our partner locations to purchase physical tickets with no online processing fees starting June 1st.

  • All Ray Skillman Auto Group locations
  • Greenwood Public Library
  • Greenwood Community Center
  • Citizens Bank (County Line Rd office)
  • All Johnson County Horizon Bank branch locations

Yes. Be sure to bring cash to purchase tickets at the gates as we don’t have the ability to accept credit cards.

You can also buy your tickets online with a credit card.

Children 12 and under are free and do not need a ticket when accompanied by an adult with a ticket.

Parking & Rideshare

There are a number of public parking lots around Craig Park including the Greenwood Public Library, Greenwood Community Center, Wilgro parking lot, Market Plaza parking lot, Greenwood High School parking lots, etc.

We encourage using a rideshare to and from parking options that are a little further away from Craig Park.

The rideshare pick up and drop off is at the Greenwood Police station (186 Surina Way, Greenwood, IN 46143). There will be signs designating the area. You will enter and exit the festival via Gate 3.

There will not be shuttles running to and from the parking lots.

We encourage using a rideshare to and from parking options that are a little further away from Craig Park.

Security, Safety & Medical

The Greenwood Police Department will have uniformed officers patroling during the entire festival keeping everyone safe.

If there is an emergency, dial 911 and tell them you are at WAMMfest.

For non–emergencies, you can tell a WAMMfest volunteer or visit the Sertoma Club of Greenwood tent. We can then contact the appropriate persons.

The Greeenwood Fire Department will be there during the entire festival with a small emergencey reponse vehicle.

If there is an emergency, dial 911 and tell them you are at WAMMfest.

For non–emergencies, you can tell a WAMMfest volunteer or visit the Sertoma Club of Greenwood tent. We can then contact the appropriate persons.

Our weather partner, BAM WX, will be on–site with a small weather station that will be constantly monitoring the weather.

If we are alerted to any inclement weather approaching, we will make stage announcements recommending the appropriate action to keep everyone safe. This could include an evacuation.

Rain does happen sometimes, but we’ll let it pass and keep the festival going.

Band performances will not be pushed back. We’ll simply pick up where we left off if there is a delay.