Information and Registration
Information and registration is available at MUSE 134, festival headquarters, located at 134 S. Main Street. Register here for the Amateur Hour and Liars' Competitions, as well as purchase tickets, souvenirs, teller CDs, etc.

Seating is limited and on a first come, first-sit basis. If you do not pre-buy a ticket, please be aware of limited seating. The Stone Soup Storytelling Board tries to remain true to our goal of providing an intimate space for tellers and listeners.

Parking is available on Main Street and in parking lots behind Humble Grounds and the Woodruff Community Center, with a walkway through to Main Street. There is no public transportation available in the city.

Restrooms are available at MUSE 134, Humble Grounds, the Woodruff Community Center, the Woodruff Library and McKinney Park Concessions.

Lost and Found
Lost items can be turned in and reclaimed at MUSE 134 at 134 S. Main Street or the Woodruff Police Department, located at City Hall.

Photography and Video or Audio Recording
Stone Soup photographers will be taking photographs and videos throughout the festival and sharing them on the website and social media after the event. We encourage attendees to snap their own photos and share them. If you are sharing them on Facebook, please tag Stone Soup Storytelling and use #StoneSoup.

Safety/First Aid
If you have an emergency, contact the site monitor or the ticket desk. Please make sure that children under 12 remain with a parent or guardian at all times.

Trash receptacles will be available at the event sites. Please help us keep our city clean by disposing of your trash in the receptacles.

No alcohol is allowed to be brought into events. Smoking is not allowed in any of the event sites.