Yes, all participants are required to register here. There is no fee to register.
Yoga mats are available for rent for $4 at the Storage and Rental location, however, supplies are limited. Guests are encouraged to bring their own mat.
There is no skill level required. We have sessions for beginners to yoga, as well as flows better suited to more experienced yogis.
Flow Fest has plenty to do for participants of all ages, including yoga practices for kids and families, a vendor village and live music.
The Whitewater Center does not permit any outside food or beverage anywhere on the 1,200 acre footprint, including parking lots. Food and drink are available for purchase at a variety of outlets within the facility.
Yes, ridesharing (such as Uber or Lyft) is always an option. If you would like to be dropped off at the main facility, standard parking fees ($6 per vehicle) will apply. Otherwise, there will be a ridesharing drop-off point on Whitewater Center Parkway. From the drop-off point, it is a half mile walk to the main facility. Ridesharing pick-up is available at the main facility with no fee.
Flow Fest will take place rain or shine. Certain aspects of the festival may be adjusted to account for the weather conditions. The Flow Fest website and Whitewater Center social media channels will be updated to reflect any changes.
The Whitewater Center has a standard parking fee that applies at all times ($6 for cars and motorcycles, $18 for vans, RV’s and buses).
If you are interested in being a Flow Fest vendor, please complete an application. If selected, you will be notified by mid-August.
If you are interested in teaching at Flow Fest, please complete an application. If selected, you will be notified by mid-August.
Flow Fest is held in Charlotte, North Carolina at the U.S. National Whitewater Center.
Situated on over 1,300 acres of woodlands, the Whitewater Center fosters an environment for people to come together to play outside. Dedicated to promoting healthy and active lifestyles and developing environmental stewardship, the Whitewater Center is home to the world’s largest man-made whitewater river, offering premier outdoor activities including whitewater rafting and kayaking, flatwater kayaking, mountain biking, rock climbing, ziplines, a canopy tour, rope courses and various team building activities. The Whitewater Center is a locally owned and operated, North Carolina 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.