RIDE TO THE WAREHOUSE EVENT FAQs
COVID-19 Update: Based on new guidelines from the CDC, the state of California, and San Diego County, Bread & Salt is not requiring masks for those that are at least 2 weeks past their final vaccination dose. RTW volunteers will not be checking vaccine passports. Be responsible and we'll all have a ton of fun!
Can I buy an admission ticket at the door?
Yes, you can buy a ticket onsite to Ride to the Warehouse Main Event on Saturday. RTW tickets are cashless & onsite tickets will be sold through Venmo only. We encourage you to buy online for ease of entry for both yourself and our event organizers.
Is Ride to the Warehouse happening in multiple locations?
Yes-ish. The main event, including art show, motorcycle show, fashion show and raffle are all located within Bread & Salt Gallery.
In the parking lot just behind Bread & Salt is our Vendor Village.
Live music, food and drinks will be flowing at Mujeres Brew House located next door. There is special access between the gallery and Mujeres for ticket holders only.
Do I need an event ticket to access Mujeres Brew House and Vendor Village during the event?
No, Mujeres Brew House is a public brewery and restaurant serving the general public on event day.
Our Vendor Village is also open to the public. However, please keep in mind this is a charity event and if you are unable to purchase an event ticket, we encourage you to buy some raffle tickets or make a Donation through our Donate link HERE.
Where should I park?
There will be motorcycle parking in front of the gallery & along the alley between Bread & Salt and the Vendor Village. Pull into the alley from either Cesar Chavez Pkwy or Dewey St. Street parking is available all around the neighborhood for four-wheeled vehicles.
I’m coming from out of town. Is there a scheduled ride to the event? How do I connect with other attendees in advance?
Great question! Community is what drives the event and we’re stoked you want to lean into that. Ride to the Warehouse Instagram and Facebook pages are a great place to meet other attendees/riders in advance. We’re working on group rides from Los Angeles and San Diego...follow us to stay in the loop!
Can I bring my partner / husband / kids?
YES! The event is open to all humans with an affinity for female empowerment, motorcycles and art.
Can I bring my pet?
Unfortunately, this is where we must draw the line :(
We must ask you to leave your furry friend at home to prevent any mishaps with the artwork.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Do I need to bring my printed ticket to the event?
You do not need to print your ticket, just show up with your photo ID and you’ll be on the list. If someone bought a ticket for you, or you bought a ticket for someone else, you must show up together so the ticket holder can collect both tickets.
There is no age limit, all event spaces are family-friendly, including Mujeres Brew House! You must be 21+ with a valid ID to drink alcohol in all event spaces.
Children over the age of 13 need their own ticket to access the event.
My friend bought my ticket, it's under their name, and now they can’t come. What should I do?
Don’t stress - it happens! You should definitely still come. Shoot us an email at email@example.com and include your friend's picture ID. We’ll take it from there.
Can I get a refund or transfer my ticket?
Ticket transfer - yes! Shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and include the name(s) of who you’re transferring to, as well as your picture ID. We’ll take it from there.
Refund - no. The event is a charity fundraiser and we count on each dollar that comes in. Ride to the Warehouse is a not for profit organization and all of our organizers are volunteers. However, the event space, furniture, website etc. all cost money. We rely on ticket sales to fund the event and raise money for Keep-A-Breast. We are so sorry you cannot join us, but hope you feel really really good about your donation! If you need help re-selling your ticket check out RTW Facebook or Instagram community to look for potential buyers.
I want to shoot video, interview someone, write an editorial etc. for a brand, magazine, online editorial, etc. Do I need permission?
First off, thanks for asking! Images for your own use are A-OK and encouraged. However, if you want to shoot the event in any way for a media source, a brand, or other non-personal use, please email email@example.com for consent.