Important Alumapalooza pre-registration info
Have you pre-registered for Alumapalooza 7? Good! You must be pre-registered to receive a swag bag with your lanyard, logo decal, event and area flyers, final version of the program schedule, and other Airstream and Alumaevent offers and collectibles.
Alumapalooza 7 T-shirts, too, must be pre-ordered when registering and will be delivered when you collect your bag upon check-in at the registration table.
Walk-ins and tow-ins are welcome—there should be some space on the field outside the Airstream factory in Jackson Center, May 31-June 5, 2016—but only those preregistered will receive a swag bag. Sign up online soon, or download a mail-in registration form!
This month only: Alumafandango 2016 tees are $10
You have two weeks left to order your logo event tee when you register for Alumafandango; the offer expires at the end of the month on 3/31/16. (T-shirts are regularly $20.)
Learn more about Alumafandango and the new Jackson, California event site at the Alumafandango blog.
We’ll be camped in the heart of the California motherlode and the lovely Amador County Wine region in the California Sierra Foothills at top-rated Jackson Rancheria RV park.
We’ve reserved the entire facility just for attendees—a first for Alumafandango! That means we have exclusive use of the pool, the mini-golf, the grills, and all the common spaces. Everyone you meet at the event will be part of our Airstream community.
We’re hard at work planning a fun-filled week off offsite adventures and tours of the historic Jackson area, Airstreamer and photo seminars, an ice cream social and barbecue, bike rides, and of course, daily happy hours, abundant prizes, and a few surprises.
Our private campground will fill up soon, and sites are selling fast—so save your space now. See you in gold country, September 20–25, 2016!
Links You’ll Like
“The Airstream-oriented Lollapalooza”—check out this fabulous feature on Alumapalooza at the DoItYourselfRV site. Are you in one of the photos?
“Yeah, that’s an Airstream” on top of a building by the train tracks in Chicago. “The view from the roof was phenomenal and there was nothing in the city code against hauling a trailer onto the roof.” Fun story at RedEye Chicago.
And in celebrity Airstream news: Ronnie Dunn is restoring an Airstream as a gift for Reba McEntire.