FAQs

Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions we receive.

Please be advised our posted event policy will always override any answers found on this page.

Q: Do we need tickets?

A: No tickets are required! We want everyone to be able to attend so we do not charge an admission. However, we will receive an offering to help cover the cost of the event so, if you can, please plan to give to help keep En Fuego going!

Q: What is En Fuego?

A: En Fuego is Spanish for “On Fire”. The event is a one-day rally where students from every denomination and background come together for the purpose of worship and seeing Jesus Christ change lives. An outdoor event, the rally has a very intense yet intimate camp-like feel and some have referred to it as “the Christian Woodstock of your generation.”

Q: What if it rains?

A: En Fuego is a rain-or-shine event. We have a covered stage and, if it rains, come prepared; we will just get wet as we worship and praise God! The show may be temporarily delayed but the event will not be cancelled. (Of course, if extremely dangerous or life threatening weather occurs, we will follow the advice of the Emergency Management team who is onsite. If the event is already underway, official word will come from the stage from a representative of the En Fuego Ministries board of directors. Please listen for the official announcement in such an event.)

Q: Who sponsors En Fuego?

A: Various churches, businesses and individuals have come on board to help sponsor this event. In order to keep En Fuego free to the public, we need a lot of financial support. Please consider making a contribution to this great event. For more information, email us at info@enfuegoinfo.com or, to make a donation, please click on the DONATE TO EN FUEGO button on the home page.

Q: How do I become an En Fuego sponsor?

A: We welcome those who want to partner with us in this growing ministry. The contributions of our sponsors will help us realize our goal of booking the best youth evangelists and the hottest bands to minister at En Fuego in the years to come. Any size donation is appreciated and can be made online. Click on the DONATE TO EN FUEGO icon on the homepage to be taken to our secure online donation site. En Fuego Ministries is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All contributions are 100% tax deductible.

If you prefer to donate by check, make that payable to En Fuego Ministries and mail to us at PO Box 248, Verbena, AL 36091.

We have various upper level to corporate sponsorship opportunities for those interested in making a more substantial contribution. If you are interested, please contact us at info@enfuegoinfo.com and we will be glad to send you more information.

Q: How do I volunteer to work at En Fuego?

A: We utilize many volunteers throughout the year as well as hundreds on the day of the event. If you are interested in being part of the volunteer program, contact us at christylharmon@gmail.com or call 205.516.0467.

Q: I am bringing a group to En Fuego for the first time. Can you tell me a little about the event and what to expect?

A: En Fuego is a worship experience for believers and an evangelistic outreach for the lost. We encourage everyone to bring a friend who doesn’t know Jesus as his or her personal Savior. En Fuego takes place in an open field and has a camp- or music festival-like atmosphere. A highlight each year is the lighting of the huge En Fuego bonfire. It symbolizes the whole purpose of the event, to see people “ON FIRE” for Jesus. Please pray for your group and all the details surrounding En Fuego.

Q: What ages can attend En Fuego?

A: The target age is your junior high through college and career group but younger and older can attend! Just keep in mind that En Fuego takes place in a wide-open field so younger children may be hard to contain!

Q: How much is admission?

A: This particular event is FREE thanks to our many generous sponsors this year!

Q: Where is Verbena, Alabama?

A: Verbena is located about 35 miles North of Montgomery and about 60 miles South of Birmingham.

Q: How do I get to the En Fuego site?

A: We have provided a map and written directions to the site. Click here.

Q: What time do the gates open?

A: Gates will open at noon so come early! *Subject to Change, Please check back closer to the event.*

Q: What time does En Fuego start and end?

A: Pre-festival activities will begin a few minutes after the gates open. It will probably conclude around 9:30 p.m. *Subject to Change, Please check back closer to the event.*

Q: What are the seating arrangements for En Fuego?

A: En Fuego is an outdoor event and you sit on the ground around the stage area and up the hillside. You are welcome to bring blankets and lawn chairs.

Q: Can we bring coolers and/or bottled water?

A: No. Coolers are not allowed. Our concession sales help pay for En Fuego and keep it a free event. Also, our vendors have invested their time and resources to provide a wide variety of food and drink options so please support them throughout the day!

Please honor our request and don’t try to slip in outside food or drinks. Doing so takes away from funds that enable us to improve En Fuego and to keep it free.

Free cups of water will be available at the first aid tent if needed. We do not want anyone getting dehydrated or suffering from heat related medical emergencies.

Q: What kind of food is available?

A: There will be a variety of concessions available, including hotdogs, hamburgers, BBQ, fries, chips, shaved ice, candy, soft drinks, water and much more. No coolers are allowed.

Q: Can we bring a tent to set up for shade?

A: Yes, but they will be allowed only in specified areas we call “Tent City”!

Q: Can we bring our pet?

A: No. Pets are not be allowed inside the gates for safety and sanitary reasons.

Q: What about handicapped provisions?

A: Contact us at info@enfuegoinfo.com to discuss. We do our best to accommodate our guests who are handicapped.