Depending on the event and location, capacity ranges from 250 seats to 5,000 seats. Please refer to your specific event for more details.
Ample parking is available for The Good Life Festival™, including handicap parking. Please check your specific event’s details for information about where to park and shuttles (where applicable), as it can vary slightly per show. At Encanterra, General Parking is $10.00, Premium Parking at the Club is $50.00. Handicap parking is available with a valid placard or license plate. Walking distance can range from 100 yards to 250 yards depending on the location of the event. At Trilogy Orlando, General Parking is $5.00 and Valet is $20.
Fall Concerts: Chairs are not permitted at the Fall concerts, as one is provided with your GA tickets. Blankets are permitted to keep warm.
Spring Concerts: Outside chairs are permitted, as are blankets. Chair rentals are available for $5.00. Umbrellas are also permitted for rain use only but may not be used for shade, to accommodate all guests’ viewing.
Please refer to your specific event guide for Will Call locations. At Trilogy Orlando, Will Call will be located at the Member Desk in the resort club.
No pets are permitted unless the pet is assisting a patron with a disability.
The festival is located within a private community. Ticketed patrons will only be granted access to the non-festival areas on guided tours only. Otherwise, all non-festival areas are closed to the public.
The Good Life Festival is committed to providing accessible seats for our patrons with disabilities. We believe our venue can meet the demands of our patrons and their companions for accessible seating. Wheelchair accessible seating will be available at each event.
Vendors, there is a limited number of booths available. Please email us to inquire about vendor booth registration and pricing for an event at Encanterra (Trilogy Orlando N/A at the present time).
For your convenience, we recommend that you plan to bring some cash to the event. We have limited ATM’s available, and many food vendors and other vendors do accept credit cards, but it’s a good idea to have cash available for those who may not.