FAQ

FAQ

WHAT ITEMS CAN I BRING TO THE FESTIVAL?

Liquid sunscreen, in non­aerosol container of 3oz or less

Bug spray in non­aerosol containers of 3oz or less

Small backpacks, bags, and purses (no larger than 20” x 15” x 13”)

Blankets & beach towels (The majority of our viewing areas are concrete, however we have limited grass and dirt viewing areas)

Sunglasses and hats

Baby strollers (if you have small children)

Ponchos (it is a rain or shine show, although we do have some covered seating areas available)

Warm Clothes (after the sun goes down, it may get a little chilly)

Chairs (while we have many seated areas, there are some viewing areas where you can set a chair).       Note: Chairs will not be allowed on the track surface.

WHAT ITEMS SHOULD I LEAVE AT HOME?

We ask you keep the following items at home, for your safety and the safety of everyone here at The Ziegenbock Festival!

Tents, umbrellas, or temporary structures of any kind

Weapons, knives, or firearms of any kind, including any item that can be used as a
weapon

Narcotics, including marijuana, drug paraphernalia and any other illegal substances

Large bags, purses, or backpacks (larger than a 20 x 15 x 13).

Alcoholic beverages of any kind

Drones or any other remote flying device

Focused light devices, including laser pointers

Air horns and/or megaphones

Items intended for sale/promotion (including flyers, stickers and posters)

Water guns, water balloons, and/or any other kind of water projectile

Glass in any form, including glass bottles

Outside food or beverages

Skateboards, rollerblades, hoverboards, scooters, bicycles, and/or motorized carts or
scooters

Bicycles inside festival grounds

Large chains or spiked jewelry

Coolers of any kind, including hard­sided and soft­sided coolers

Pets (service animals with current rabies vaccination excepted)

Video equipment of any kind (including personal camcorders and GoPro cameras)

Professional photo equipment (SLR/DSLR cameras, detachable/removable lens
cameras)

Audio recording equipment of any kind

Portable audio equipment of any kind, including portable “boom box” stereo systems

Professional radios or walkie-talkies

Flags and/or flagpoles

Any item that can be used as a means to disturb the peace, endanger the safety of
the crowd, and/or inflict damage to people and goods

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