What is allowed and not allowed in the concert bowl?

ALLOWED ITEMS

✅ Bag policy: Bags larger than 4.5” x 6.5” must be clear with only one compartment. No bags larger than 12” x 6” x 12” are allowed. Small, single pocket fanny packs or clutch/wristlet work great
✅ Camelbacks (must be empty and have no more than one pocket)
✅ Blankets/towels
✅ Lawn chairs
✅ Hats
✅ Rain gear
✅ Ear plugs
✅ Empty or sealed plastic water bottle
✅ Sunscreen
✅ Physician prescribed medications (name must match with carrier’s government issued ID, and must not be expired)
✅ Small personal use camera (no detachable lens) Professional photography equipment, defined as any camera with a detachable lens, monopods, tripods, etc. is prohibited. Small digital cameras, of a size that can fit in your pocket, are permitted on the Festival site. Gate personnel have final say on whether a camera is professional or not.
✅ Bug spray
✅ Water misters (small, personal-sized)
✅ Strollers (for infants/toddlers only)
✅ Cigarettes/vapes
✅ Binoculars
✅ Selfie sticks

 

PROHIBITED ITEMS

❌ Firearms, explosives, or weapons of any kind, including but not limited to pocket knives, pepper spray and tasers
❌ Glass containers of any kind
❌ Bicycles/scooters/go-karts/ATVs/skateboards
❌ Fireworks
❌ Alcohol of any kind
❌ Drugs & drug paraphernalia
❌ Laser pointers
❌ Musical instruments
❌ Spray paint/giant markers/sharpies
❌ Tents of any kind
❌ Pets (service animals must have proper identification)
❌ Outside food and beverages
❌ Coolers
❌ Flags
❌ Large misters
❌ Wagons or wheeled carts
❌ Kites
❌ Unauthorized solicitation
❌ Umbrellas
❌ Professional grade radios or walkie talkies
❌ Drones or any other remote flying device
❌ Any and all professional audio recording and/or video recording equipment
❌ Professional cameras and equipment (any camera with a detachable lens)
❌ Any item deemed inappropriate by festival security

Prohibited items will be confiscated and not returned. A violation of festival rules or policies could result in immediate removal from festival grounds and loss of wristband and parking pass.

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