• Plan Your Visit


  • Explore the food and culture of the area, book your hotel room and buy festival merchandise.

    Food

    Lodging

    Official Hotel of the Mt. Hood Jazz Festival:
    Courtyard by Marriott Gresham
    2811 NE 181st Ave.
    Portland, OR 97230

    Book your group rate for Jazz Festival Attendees

    Tracee Gurney Johnson
    Regional Group Sales Manager
    971-337-9801

    Other Recommended Hotels:
    Fairfield by Marriott
    1200 N Anchor Way
    Portland, OR 97217

    Springhill Suites by Marriott
    1421 SE Tech Center Drive
    Vancouver, WA 98683

    McMenamins Edgefield
    2126 SW Halsey St.
    Troutdale, OR 97060

    Merchandise

    Festival merchandise is available for advance purchase through our online store. In addition, Hot Tees will be on-site at the Yoshida Estate on Sunday, May 8th for customizable orders.

    Festival Information

    Gate Time

    Friday, May 6: 3 p.m.
    Saturday, May 7: 12 p.m.
    Sunday, May 8: 12 p.m.

    Parking

    Parking onsite is reserved for artists, vendors and staff. Audience parking will be at two locations:

    1. Migration Brewing (18188 NE Wilkes Rd., Portland, OR 97230) for free until full, and
    2. Mt. Hood Community College – parking lots W, X, & Y

    A free shuttle service will run hourly starting 30 minutes prior to gate opening times.

    Festival attendees may also choose to use local rideshare services Uber and Lyft to avoid limited parking availability, and can be dropped off at the entrance gate to the Yoshida Haven Estate.

    Festival Entry Policies

    Your ticket allows one entry to the festival. If you have questions prior to the festival, please email mthoodjazzfestival@mhcc.edu. If you have questions during the festival, please visit our information booth.

    COVID Screening Questionnaire Required

    All Mt. Hood Jazz Festival staff, volunteers and patrons ages 5 and over attending Mt. Hood Jazz Festival events must complete the COVID Screening Questionnaire each time they attend a festival event. The result of a green check from the survey will allow you to attend festival events.

    Masks

    Face masks are not required at Mt. Hood Jazz Festival events but are recommended when social distancing is not possible.

    Food and Beverage Policies

    There will be a wide range of food and beverages to purchase at the Mt. Hood Jazz Festival, including beer and wine.

    Food, glass and beverages in containers cannot be brought into the festival grounds. No picnic baskets, coolers or barbeques are allowed.

    No alcohol may be brought into or out of the festival grounds. Alcohol and containers will be disposed of prior to entry and not returned. Every person who enters is subject to search by security personnel.

    For Your Security

    Every person is subject to a security search. Security reserves the right to refuse entry to the festival. The Mt. Hood Jazz Festival works with the City of Troutdale police department to ensure the safety of our patrons.

    Don’t Bring

    The following are prohibited:

    • Personal bags
    • Food, coolers, glass bottles, containers or alcoholic beverages
    • Marijuana products
    • Camera or cameras with detachable lenses of ANY SIZE
    • Flash for photos, tripods, monopods, laser pens or laser lights
    • Audio or video recording devices
    • Pets (support animals are allowed)
    • All cell phone ringers must be turned off during performances.

    Security may confiscate items, or have you remove items from the festival.

    Do Bring

    • Proof of vaccination / negative test result
    • Printed or electronic ticket
    • Personal items and medications
    • Appropriate clothing for changing weather conditions and temperatures
    • Low-backed lawn chair or picnic blanket

    While Inside the Festival

    Please be Courteous to Fellow Fans and Musicians During Performances and:

    • Silence your cell phones
    • Do not use flash photography or record video with your phone or other device.
    • Be mindful of the volume of conversations
    • Do not block the view of other audience members.
    • Actively listen to performances

    No Smoking Policy

    Smoking and vaping are not permitted at the festival.

    Food and Beverage

    There will be a wide range of food and beverages to purchase at the Mt. Hood Jazz Festival, including beer and wine.

    First Aid

    There will be a medical first aid station located at the festival, staffed with nursing students and faculty from Mt. Hood Community College throughout the weekend.

    People With Disabilities

    MHCC is an AA, EEO, Title IX, Title VI, Title VII, Title II, Section 504, ADA, ORS 659A Institution. People requiring accommodations due to a disability should contact the festival at mthoodjazzfestival@mhcc.edu. Please call at least two weeks prior to the event.

    A limited amount of ADA parking spaces are available. Parking is first-come, first-served.

    Liability Limitation

    All persons in attendance at any Mt. Hood Jazz Festival event voluntarily assume all risks and danger incidental to the event whether occurring prior to, during or after same, including, but not limited to, contracting, and/or spreading the COVID-19 virus, and agree that the Mt. Hood Jazz Festival, Mt. Hood Community College, the event venue, performing artists, and the aforementioned entities employees, officers, directors, members, contractors and authorized agents are not responsible or liable for any injuries, sickness or death resulting from such causes.

    All persons in attendance at any Mt. Hood Jazz Festival event acknowledge that the COVID-19 pandemic remains a threat to individual and public health, COVID-19 is a highly contagious disease transmitted through human contact and respiratory droplets (including through the air and via common surfaces) and it is possible that the person may contract COVID-19 while at the event.

    This Liability Limitation extends to all attendee’s heirs, personal representatives and/or assigns.

    Refunds

    The Mt. Hood Jazz Festival has a no-refund policy, and all sales are nonrefundable. We will not be accepting donated-back tickets in 2022.