there is no single answer to that question.
I mean, back in the day, one guy famously amassed so much vacation time that one year he could do every show one year as paid vacation, and some people pay their way by vending, though this gets pretty precarious, and some folks, frankly, beg. Others pick manageable subsets of the tour and do that, for starters, like a weekend or a week, to get their bearings, make contacts, build relationships, etc.
I would say, this is not something to rush into. Go to a few shows. Hang out with some folks. Build a few relationships. Decide who you like. This is a pretty benign scene, but that does not mean that it is any fun to be a thousand miles from home with no money and not knowing a soul. Doesn't mean a wonderful miracle won't happen, but better to have a plan.
I bought an RV from a family in Penn who said the camper made the entire last tour. It has some Memorabilia glued inside like the coin, and stickers, so I believe them but they had no further info or pictures. Looking here and asking if anyone remembers who had it, or if anyone has pictures of it. Would like to confirm my RV has a good history. It is a Coachmen, 1994 GMC Camper Van, white with blue trim. Love to have an old picture at a concert of it.
While purchasing tickets to the 2 shows in June 2019 on my phone, I mistakenly purchased 2 campsites for June 6-9, 2019. How can I fix this dilemna?