97 days left until Canoecopia!     March 11 - 13

In-Person Ticket Info
Tickets may be purchased online through March 1st, and in-person at Rutabaga Paddlesports (220 W Broadway, Madison, WI 53716) through March 5th. After that, you can purchase a ticket day-of at the event.

Advance Ticket Pricing
1-Day: $13.00
3-Day: $26.00
Ages 17 and under are FREE

Tickets will be mailed out in 3-5 business days.

Day of Ticket Pricing
(cash or check only)
1-Day: $15.00
3-Day: $30.00

Virtual Ticket Info
Virtual Ticket Pricing
$15.00
Access to virtual presentations for 90 days

Virtual passes will be emailed out the week of the event.

Additional Info
Parking Rates
(cash or credit card - Visa, MasterCard, Discover, AmEx)
1-Day: $8.00
Parking is enforced and charged by the Alliant Energy Center and not Canoecopia.

2020 Ticket Holders
If you purchased a ticket for Canoecopia 2020, you can use your ticket at this year's in-person Canoecopia. You will need to purchase a ticket for the virtual event separately. If you would prefer a refund, please return your tickets by mail or in-person to Rutabaga Paddlesports (220 W Broadway, Monona, WI 53716) and we can refund you no problem.

Josh Kestelman Scholarship Fund
In addition to purchasing your ticket, you may also donate to Rutabaga's Josh Kestelman Scholarship Fund. The Scholarship Fund is a central part of our ongoing commitment to make paddling accessible to all, with the funds going to help offset the costs of paddling programs for local area youth. The fund exists because paddlers from near and far have given us the resources to keep serving kids. Every donation, large or small is a chance for more kids to get out on the water, so if you'd like to contribute, any amount is greatly appreciated!
Note that this donation is not tax-deductible.

Canoecopia will follow the Dane County Public Health Order. For further information see Dane County Guidelines
 

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Large indoor events are the most risky for transmission of COVID variants. At this point we will require masks for attendees and exhibitors alike, and if the variants continue to spread, we may request proof of vaccination or proof of a negative test to enter the live event.

If we are compelled to do this, there will be several ways we can verify vaccination status. You can request CDC record cards or a photo of the card, a printed certificate or screenshot from MyIRMobile.com or other immunizations records from health providers. Proof of a negative COVID test taken within 72 hours of the event will also be accepted.

It's our hope things improve, but we feel it's best to take the most conservative approach. We want you all to be safe.
   I agree to follow the Canoecopia COVID-19 Safety Policy.