Frequently Asked Questions

Classes & Tickets

How do I register for classes?

Class registration will open in May 2022. At that time we will send you an email with login information, inviting you to register for classes. If you do not receive our emails, please email sales@hanumanfestival.com so we can make sure to resolve the issue.

Can I change my class choices after registering?

You may change your registration on a space-available basis while Registration is Open. There is no charge to change your class registration/schedule.

Where do I pick up my Pass?

Pick up your yoga pass at the Registration booth, located outside of the Community Village during the times listed below. You can also register for classes (space-available) or make changes to your registration. Please bring your Photo ID.

Registration Hours:

Thursday 7/14: 10:00AM – 2:00PM

Friday 7/15: 7:00AM – 6:00PM

Saturday 7/16: 7:00AM – 6:00PM

Sunday 7/17: 7:00AM – 3:00PM

What are registration hours?

Registration Hours:

Thursday 7/14: 10:00AM – 2:00PM

Friday 7/15: 7:00AM – 6:00PM

Saturday 7/16: 7:00AM – 6:00PM

Sunday 7/17: 7:00AM – 3:00PM

Is there a refund or exchange policy?

All sales are final. No refunds, exchanges, or reissues for lost or stolen credentials. If you are unable to attend Hanuman Festival, you may transfer your pass to another yogi; please email sales@hanumanfestival.com with the first/last name and email address of the new recipient. Hanuman Festival will take place rain or shine.

 Address & Directions

What is the venue address for Hanuman Festival?

New in 2022, Hanuman Festival will take place on Boulder County’s Yellow Barn Farm. 9417 North Foothills Parkway, Longmont, CO (On the road between Boulder and Lyons)

How do I get to Boulder & Hanuman Festival?

Boulder is located on US 36 thirty miles northwest of Denver.


Hanuman Festival is located at Yellow Barn Farm, 9417 North Foothills Parkway. Between Boulder and Lyons, CO .


Boulder is just under an hour’s drive from Denver International Airport (DIA). In our commitment to being as eco-friendly as possible, we recommend carpooling or taking the bus (RTD-Denver.com) to get to Boulder.


Transportation Resources from DIA

Where should I park?

There will be parking passes sold for the weekend event. Parking will be limited at the farm and we recommend carpooling.


Can you recommend accommodations while in Boulder?
There are a plethora of hotels in Boulder, Colorado. See below for a list of our favorite options. AirBnB’s and VRBO’s are also great options. Boulder attracts a lot of visitors in the summer, so we encourage you to plan ahead and book early.



Basecamp Boulder
2020 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, CO 80302
Basecamp Boulder Hotel is the Boulder lodging option for the adventurous traveler, offering unique, upscale amenities and accommodations that respect your budget. Renovated in 2016, enjoy Downtown Boulder’s newest hotel, just minutes from Pearl Street Mall and the University of Colorado at Boulder.


Best Western Plus Boulder Inn
770 28th St, Boulder, CO 80303
Prominently located on 28th Street, the Boulder Inn gives guests easy access to the city’s principal attractions, premier shopping, and fabulous dining. Stylish, well-appointed rooms reflect a gracious ambiance, found throughout the hotel. During your visit, enjoy complimentary hot breakfast, free in-room high-speed internet access, and 24-hour business center.  303.449.3800


Boulder Adventure Lodge (A-Lodge)
91 Fourmile Canyon Dr, Boulder, CO 80302
At the A-Lodge, our goal is to give you access to the best outdoor adventures that Boulder has to offer, with the best rustic accommodations near town. Whether you’re a climber, yogi, cyclist, or hiker the A-Lodge offers instant access to all your favorite adventures and the right amenities to come home to after an exciting day off the beaten path. We are located up Boulder Canyon, along the Fourmile Creek only 2.5 miles from downtown Boulder. We look forward to hosting you on your next Colorado adventure!


Boulder Marriott

2660 Canyon Blvd, Boulder, CO 80302
Located in central Boulder. Call to make your reservation today!


The Bradley
2040 16th Street

Boulder, CO 80302

Boutique quiet Inn located in central Boulder


Briar Rose Bed and Breakfast
(303)442-3007 / 888-786-8440
2151 Arapahoe Ave.
Boulder, CO 80302
Bed and breakfast in the heart of Boulder, offering organic breakfasts, fine teas and ecologically-conscious hospitality.


Chautauqua Cottages 
900 Baseline Rd, Boulder, CO 80302
From routine, technology, preconceptions to simplicity, authenticity, and discovery. Since 1898, Chautauqua has been hosting visitors wishing to experience the quiet, contemplative beauty of the Park. We offer 58 cottages, Missions House Lodge and Columbine Lodge for nightly rental. The cottages range in size from efficiency to 1-3 bedrooms, each with a fully equipped kitchen and screened-in front porch. Elevate your thinking, your senses and your being.


Embassy Suites by Hilton Boulder 

2601 Canyon Blvd, Boulder, CO 80302
Embassy Suites by Hilton Boulder invites you to escape from reality, in a city that welcomes the bold and adventurous. Our one-of-a-kind Boulder, CO hotel greets guests with an elegant design and floor-to-ceiling windows showcasing a picturesque mountain backdrop unlike any other. With upscale furnishings, an array of thoughtful amenities, and a deep-rooted local culture, your guest experience will be equal parts style and service.


Hilton Garden Inn

2701 Canyon Blvd, Boulder, CO 80302
Hilton Garden Inn Boulder is a downtown hotel which offers you the quality experience you expect and all the amenities you need — in an upscale atmosphere that is authentically local. Every detail is a proud celebration of the Boulder lifestyle and the stories that come from being in a place unlike anywhere else.


Holiday Inn Express (North Boulder)
4777 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80304
With a backdrop of Rocky Mountain foothills, this modern North Boulder hotel is 2 minutes from highways 36, 3 miles from Pearl St. This is the closest hotel to the festival site.


Hotel Boulderado

2115 13th St, Boulder, CO 80302
The historic Hotel Boulderado in Downtown Boulder (2115 13th Street) is just a few short blocks away. The Victorian elegance of the property will embrace you from the moment you step foot into the lobby. Stained glass ceiling and cantilevered cherry wood staircase, elegantly furnished guestrooms, and comfortable antique furnished sitting areas will impress even the most discriminating traveler. Please contact Hotel Boulderado directly for more details or to reserve a room: Email reservations@boulderado.com.


St. Julien Hotel and Spa

900 Walnut St, Boulder, CO 80302
This upscale spa hotel and conference center is located 0.7 miles from the University of Colorado Boulder Campus and a 5-minute walk from the Pearl Street Mall entertainment area.

What to bring

What should I bring?

Check your class descriptions for specifically requested items like tennis balls, bolsters, etc., but for most classes you will need comfortable clothes, a water bottle, your mat, any yoga props you like (a towel, a block, a strap – Hanuman Festival does not provide props), and your amazing heart. Jai!


Boulder is situated at an elevation of 5,400 feet, and for those of you who are not used to the high altitude, you will want to plan carefully and take extra precautions upon your arrival.


Packing Checklist

  • Yoga Mat. Our vendors will have them for sale in case you don’t bring one with you.
  • SPF30+ Sunscreen. With 300 days of sunshine a year, it is sure to be sunny during the festival. Stock up on sunscreen and reapply every few hours to protect yourself from the intense Colorado rays.
  • Sun Hat. You’ll be glad you brought one in the heat of the day.
  • Water Bottle. Staying hydrated is essential. You’ll find that you need to drink a lot more water than normal at higher altitudes, especially when exercising. Keeping the water flowing through your system will also help you flush the toxins you release during your yoga practices.
  • Yoga Props. If you know you need them, bring them with you. Hanuman Festival does not provide props.
  • Layers. It’s sunny and warm most days in June, but when the sun goes away the temperature can change quickly. Come with layers so that you can adjust as needed. You’ll want to have a light jacket just in case.
  • Camera. The friends and memories you make at the Hanuman Festival will last forever.
  • Photo ID. We will need to see your ID at registration and at other times throughout the festival.
  • Ear Plugs. If you have sensitive ears, earplugs are always a good idea.
  • Small Backpack or Bag. All of your belongings will need a safe home to be schlepped around in.


What NOT to Bring

  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia
  • Glass bottles and cans
  • Video equipment
  • Audio recording equipment
  • Items intended for sale/promotion
Are dogs allowed?

We love all the dogs, up dogs and down dogs, but unfortunately your four-legged friend is not allowed at Hanuman Festival.

Can kids come?

Hanuman Festival is kid-friendly. Children who have practiced yoga before are welcome to buy a pass and attend the festival classes under the supervision of their parent/guardian. We do not offer a discounted child rate.


Is Community Village Open to the Public?

Community Village entry is available for passholders only.

What are the Community Village hours?
Community Village is open Friday through Sunday 10:00AM – 6:00PM.
Entry is available for all passholders.
Are meals provided?

Friday and Saturday farm to table dinners plus Sunday brunch will be included in the three day pass price. You may bring your own lunch on Friday and Saturday or purchase lunch from one of our local food trucks that will be on site.