This event is being held on a private, 10-acre wooded property hidden away in New Port Richey facing a beautiful waterway perfect for kayaking and canoeing. Entering the property feels like entering a nature preserve, and we want to keep it that way, so this is a primitive, leave-no-trace event. That means that whatever you bring in, you must take out with you, including your trash.


It also means that we encourage you to embrace the principle of radical self-reliance, and bring absolutely everything you will need to make your stay a comfortable one. Porta-potties will be made available on-site, and there is an outdoor shower for communal use, but bringing your own solar or portable camping shower set-up is a good idea, along with adequate shelter, lighting, and food and water to last you the entire weekend.



The address is provided via email once you purchase a ticket. You may arrive as early as noon on Friday, December 9. Everyone is expected to be off the property by noon on Monday, December 11.



Tickets are electronic. You may print them out or bring a digital copy. Your tickets will be exchanged for a wristband at the gate, which you must wear at all times.



  • Lotus Gathering is a rain-or-shine, 18+ (no minors) event.

  • Tickets are non-refundable but may be transferred by contacting us.

  • We are not responsible for any lost, stolen, or damaged personal items, so please exercise caution in protecting your belongings.

  • Avoid the use of glass bottles. Glass breaks and can create a hazard for those walking barefoot.

  • No personal generators are allowed, but inverters, jump boxes, and small inverter generators that run at a decibel level below a quiet conversation are fine.

  • No RVs or trailers are allowed since this area is on the water and the soil is on the softer side. However, anything up to the size of a conversion van is fine. 

  •  While we recognize and respect personal choice and sovereignty, please do not bring any illegal drugs to the event. We are all co-creating this magical experience together, and that requires each of us taking responsibility for how we choose to show up.

  • Pets are not allowed; only service animals with appropriate documentation, and we must be made aware of the animal as an accommodation beforehand.

  • Leave your independent sound systems at home, please. We want to be mindful of our neighbors.

  • No fireworks, firearms, or weapons are allowed on the grounds.

  • No open ground fires or personal fire pits are allowed.

  • Everyone is expected to be respectful of each other and the land, as well as courteous with each other. We care about diversity, equity, and inclusion.