Accessibility Tools

Festival Safety

In partnership with Salt Lake Regional Medical Center, the Festival wants all patrons, volunteers, and staff to safely enjoy four full days of art, music, dance, and performance. 

Festival Safety

For any other questions, please check our Frequently Asked Questions at the bottom of our ticket page or our Accessibility Guide.

Prohibited and Restricted Items List

For everyone’s safety and enjoyment here, all guests and their personal property are subject to inspection prior to admittance into the venue. Please leave the following items at home. 

  • Aerosol cans
  • Animals of any kind (this does not include service animals)
  • Banners or signs of any type or size
  • Bicycles
  • Canned goods
  • Large size coolers or ice chests
  • Blankets larger than 10 x10
  • Camping chairs with high backs
  • Drones or any other unmanned aircraft systems
  • Explosive or incendiary items
  • Gas masks or filtered respirators (Exception: Oxygen masks that fit over the nose and mouth that are connected to an oxygen tank)
  • Glass, thermal, or metal containers
  • Ladders
  • Laser pointers
  • Pepper, Mace, OC, or any other chemical irritant sprays
  • Selfie sticks
  • Skateboards, inline skates, or Hoverboards
  • Sound amplification equipment
  • Throwing toys
  • Toys that resemble weapons
  • Weapons of any kind. Including but not limited to: guns or rifles regardless of delivery method or projectile, knives or sharp objects two and one half (2 1⁄2) inches in length, hatchets, axes, slingshots, metal knuckles, nunchucks, mace, shovels, or any other instrument that security may determine that could be used to cause personal or property damage.
  • The use of tobacco, or vaping equipment is not permitted in the venue.

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