How to Get to Middlelands (and Where to Book the Cheapest Flights Now)

middlelands_2017_misc_travel_map_1080x1080_r04_WEB-JOWe know: Your Middlelands FOMO is mad real right now. Featuring Major Lazer, Kaskade, Bassnectar, Galantis, and more than 150 artists across five stages, the first-ever Middlelands is going down as a true Adventure for the Ages.

The inaugural music and camping festival is coming up fast, but you’ve still got time to snag tickets, book flights, and reserve shuttle passes. Luckily for your wallet, we’ve got great news: Now’s the perfect time to book your travel plans and secure the best deals on airfare to Middlelands. Right now, routes from cities around the country are available for less than what it costs to buy four months’ worth of morning lattes. We’re talking as low as $150 round-trip.

To help with your planning needs, we’ve put together this helpful travel guide as you prepare to make your way to Middlelands.

FESTIVAL TICKETS AND CAMPING PASSES

First things first: Let’s talk tickets. If you haven’t copped your festival tickets yet, you and your crew can snag full weekend GA passes ($205 plus fees), as well as single-day GA tickets ($95 plus fees). If you’re looking to enhance your experience, you can step it up with three-day VIP passes ($410 plus fees) or single-day VIP passes ($185 plus fees). Check out more information on the different ticket options available.

Want to camp on-site? Open-field, RV, forest, and quiet camping options are available. We offer a handful of camping choices, so make sure you read up on our camping packages to find the best fit for you.

FLIGHTS

If you’re not a Texas resident, you’ll likely need to fly into Houston Airport (IAH), the nearest major airport. We know looking for flights can be a hassle, so we did the legwork for you. Here’s a list of flights from a few major cities:

*Round-Trip Flights to/from Houston Airport (IAH)

Atlanta: $170
Chicago: $200
Denver: $150
Kansas City: $250
Los Angeles: $200
New York City: $240
Orlando: $180
Phoenix: $290
San Francisco: $290
Seattle: $300
Washington, D.C.: $200

*All listings are approximate amounts priced May 4–8, 2017.

SHUTTLES

We get it: Camping’s not for everyone, and driving and parking can be a pain. We’ve partnered with Sharethebus to offer expanded shuttle transportation for Headliners staying in hotels or other accommodations, from Dallas to San Antonio and everywhere in between. Hop on at stops in the Woodlands, Conroe, Houston, College Station, Dallas, San Antonio, or Austin, and we’ll make sure you and your festival fam get to and from the festival grounds safely and painlessly.

Shuttles will pick up festivalgoers at 12 locations around the area for $15 each way from the Woodlands, Conroe, Houston, and College Station stops; $45 each way from Dallas; $50 each way from San Antonio and Austin; or $90 to and from any location for the entire weekend. Shuttle departure times vary by city and by day. More shuttle stop locations are also available. Find the shuttle stop location nearest you below, and book your pass.

Shuttle Pickup Locations

  • Conroe: Baymont Inn & Suites
  • Conroe: Holiday Inn Express
  • Houston: George Bush Intercontinental Airport
  • The Woodlands: Courtyard Marriott Houston
  • The Woodlands: The Woodlands Resort & Conference Center
  • The Woodlands: Hampton Inn Houston
  • The Woodlands: Spring Hill Suites

HOTELS

Coming to the festival from out of town? We’re offering deals on dozens of hotels in the area. The Woodlands offers serenity in an idyllic setting. Care for something more urban? Stay at one of the hotels in the Houston area, located 35–50 miles from the venue, and take advantage of all the fun and magic the city has to offer. Learn more about the hotels surrounding Middlelands. Pro-tip: If you’re still working on securing your hotel, book through us for the best rates.

You’re looking at affordable, round-the-clock shuttle pickup and drop-off service, cheap flights, low rates on hotels, and even lower rates for campers. As festivals go, this is one of the best deals of the summer. Now you can quell that FOMO; there’s no reason to miss this Adventure for the Ages.

Tickets and camping passes for the first-ever Middlelands are available now.

Author Insomniac Editorial Team