Centre County’s newest music festival, Karoondinha, is making it even easier to get to the concert ground.

The festival announced that it has partnered with Fullington Trailways  and CID Entertainment to offer shuttles from major cities such as New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg and Washington, D.C., as well as a local State College line to the festival site at Penn’s Cave & Wildlife Park.

For the non-local routes, concert goers can purchase a round-trip shuttle pass from their city of choice to the Karoondinha Music & Arts Festival site for $100 plus taxes and fees. The shuttle will pick up passengers on Thursday, July 20 and drop off passengers after the festival on Monday, July 24 .

The State College shuttle will operate continuously from Penn State’s campus as well as other State College locations, including the University Park Airport for $40 plus taxes and fees.

In addition to the shuttles, parking is available at the festival ranging from $75 for a four day site pass to $25 for a day pass.

For more information on how to purchase a shuttle pass or parking ticket, click here. 

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