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Riverfest facts: Admission, etc. 

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Hours: 5 p.m.-11 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.-11 p.m. Saturday, noon-10 p.m. Sunday.

Admission: $7.50 in advance, covers all three days, available at all Harvest Foods grocery stores while supplies last (60,000 advance-sale passes available). Price at the gate $15 (for a weekend pass or single day). Children 6 and under are admitted free.

Requirements/restrictions: Bring a valid driver’s license or military ID if you plan to purchase beer or wine; a wristband will be required for purchase. Fold-out chairs and blankets are welcome; the park will not allow pets (except for service animals for the disabled), umbrellas, coolers, food, beverages, audio or video recording devices, professional photographic equipment (small cameras are allowed), skateboards, bicycles or roller blades. Expect to have bags searched.

Entertainment: Five outdoors stages featuring music from national, regional and local performers. Two of the stages feature children’s and family shows until late in the evening. The three main music stages will have 49 acts (see headliners on page 19).

Parking: Shuttles will operate from War Memorial Stadium to the Little Rock entrance and from North Little Rock’s 24th and Main parking lot to the North Little Rock gate. Charge is $1 per rider to the park (no charge returning). The shuttles will not cross the river. Most shuttles are wheelchair accessible.

Trolley and Main Street bridge: The tractor-pulling trolley will transport festival-goers across the bridge continuously throughout Riverfest, except during the fireworks display.

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