FAQ's

 
How much does it cost to attend the festival?

Most activities and events will be free and open to the public. A few events are limited by space and will be ticketed. ¬†When there is more information about this year’s ticket prices and availability, announcements will be made via our Facebook, Twitter and email newsletters.

When is the festival?

The 2020 Festival has been cancelled.

What is the GPS address of the festival for driving directions?
Events will be located throughout Downtown Chestertown, generally all within walking distance of each other. A detailed map of events will be made available closer to the event. One central location will be the Garfield Center for the Arts (our “Magical Home-base”) The theatre’s address is: 210 High St., Chestertown, MD 21620. While there is no parking area designated specifically for the festival, there is free parking throughout the downtown area. Check out our map from last year’s festival in the Pensieve section to get an idea of how things were set up last year.
Where can I find accommodations?
Local hotels and B and B’s can be found in the area. We recommend booking your rooms immediately if you plan to spend the night. September and October weekends in the Chestertown area are popular for weddings, sailing, and outdoor enjoyment so we also suggest looking into accommodations in nearby towns such as Rock Hall, Chesapeake City, Kent Island and Easton (in Maryland), and Middletown, Dover and Newark (in Delaware).

 

Check out Kent County Lodging for more suggestions.

How can I sign up to be a vendor at the festival?

Apply Here: Click here
Questions for vendors? Email us at vendors@chestertownhpfest.org

We have a quidditch team and we'd like to play, tell me more.
There will be lots of Quidditch for every age at the festival. Want to learn how? Come join us. We will show you!

 

Contact us! quidditch@chestertownhpfest.org

What does the money raised go to?
The Chestertown HP Festival is organized annually by a team of hard-working, dedicated volunteers. All the money raised from the Festival goes to support local charitable causes. This year, the festival will support the Garfield Center for the Arts and the Kent County Public Library.