More than 30 tiny structures will be available to tour this year, along with a variety of food, beverage and entertainment vendors. Throughout the festival, attendees can listen and learn from experts on topics such as sustainability, minimalism, urban planning, zoning, and downsizing during the speaker showcase.
As a result of their construction, tiny houses and structures at this year's festival require stairs to access and are not wheelchair accessible. However, there are several wheelchair-friendly activities to enjoy, including hearing from the many vendors in the world of housing and micro-living and listening to the housing experts and policy makers in the speaker lineup. Please note that the festival grounds are grassy and hilly and may be difficult for some to navigate. We are also willing to work with anyone unable to view the homes due to these restrictions.
No pets are allowed within the premises of the festival. Service dogs allowed only if registered as a service dog and wearing a service vest to identify the dog as such.