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DISCOVERY PARK | SACRAMENTO, CA

GETTING TO AFTERSHOCK

Discovery Park is located where the American River meets the Sacramento River. The beautiful 302-acre park is located adjacent to I-5 in downtown Sacramento. Fans will enter the festival on the north side of Discovery Park at the Garden Highway entrance or the Jibboom Street entrance from the south.

Festival parking is not available within Discovery Park during Aftershock. Camping is also not allowed. In an effort to limit the amount of vehicles around the festival, we ask you to consider the convenient transportation options outlined on this page.

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PARK & RIDE SHUTTLE PASSES

The most convenient way to get to Discovery Park for Aftershock is to use the convenient Park & Ride Shuttle program at Cal Expo, located at 1600 Exposition Blvd in Sacramento.  Each Park & Ride Shuttle Pass includes free parking for your vehicle at Cal Expo and a non-stop shuttle to and from the festival site

On event days, shuttles will begin service approximately 60 minutes prior to the gate opening time. Shuttles will run continuously throughout the day with limited service, exact times TBD. Shuttles will run approximately 75 minutes after the end of the festival each night until. Note: Accessible shuttle services will be available at all times throughout the event for paid shuttle pass holders.

Park and ride shuttle passes will be available for purchase at/around the time of the lineup announcement.

SACRT LIGHT RAIL AND SUPPLEMENTAL BUS SERVICE

SacRT light rail is a convenient way to travel to and from downtown Sacramento to catch buses that will take you to the Aftershock Festival!  For your convenience, SacRT has 53 light rail stations and 22 park-and-ride lots in a 43-mile service area. SacRT recommends parking at one of our key light rail stations: Sunrise, Watt/Manlove, Franklin or Roseville Road. Light rail trains operate every 15 minutes during peak hours and every 30 minutes off peak hours. Service to Folsom stations operate every 30 minutes.

SacRT will provide supplemental bus service for Aftershock fans from downtown Sacramento to Discovery Park. Bus service departs from the 8th and K bus stop and drops off on Richards Blvd on the south side of the park. Fans will access the festival via the Jibboom Street bridge entrance. Return service is available at the end of the event at the same location as drop off.

BIKE PARKING

Discovery Park is located along the Jedediah Smith Bike Trail and getting to the festival
by bike is fun, convenient and encouraged!

Aftershock has again partnered Sacramento Area Bicycle Advocates to provide a complimentary bike valet located near the Jibboom Street entrance. The bike valet will accept all active transportation vehicles including bikes, skateboards and scooters. and will be watched throughout the entire event. If you choose to “self-park” your bike, it is at your own risk. The bike valet will open approx 90 minutes prior to gate opening time each day.

RIDESHARE / TAXIS

The designated Aftershock Ride Share Lot is located on the south side of Discovery Park on 500 Bercut Drive. Please follow the information on your ride share app and designated signage around the park. 500 Bercut Drive can be used for all drop-off and pick-ups for the festival including taxis and hotel drop offs. 

A WORD ABOUT PARKING

If you do drive, Aftershock greatly encourages carpooling as much as possible. There will be a limited amount of paid parking available for fans in designated areas surrounding the park. 

NOTE: The festival does not manage any of these lots and parking fees are set by parking lot management. All parking is at your own risk.

Aftershock asks everyone to be a “good neighbor” and be respectful of the residents living near Discovery Park and use designated parking areas only.

ADA PARKING

Limited parking for patrons with disabilities will be available at the event. Patrons with proper ADA vehicle credentials will be directed to park in the Boaters Lot near the Jibboom Street festival entrance. Please follow the signage and the direction of festival staff and police to access this parking area. ADA parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis. You must have a valid state issued Disabled Person Parking placard, permit or license plate-as well as proof it belongs to you for entry into the ADA Parking Lot. 
 
The Park & Ride Shuttle will offer accessible shuttles and are another option for fans with disabilities.

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