Pitchfork, the most trusted voice in music, and October, a leading beer culture website, present the third annual OctFest, a one-of-a-kind beer, music and food festival taking place on October 19th at Knockdown Center in New York City.
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AB InBev is an investor in October through its venture capital arm, ZX Ventures.
Rules & Regulations
All attendees to Octfest must be 21+
Children 2 and under permitted with legal guardian. No ticket necessary.
Artists subject to change. No outside food or beverage allowed. No video recorders and no cameras with detachable lenses will be allowed in the festival grounds. If you are at all unsure about the equipment you're planning to bring, leave it at home!
TICKET RE-ASSIGNMENT & OTHER TICKET ISSUES
If changes occur to your plans and you can no longer attend, no name changes are needed - you can simply give the digital print-at-home ticket to your friend. PLEASE NOTE: tickets will only scan once at entry, prohibiting multiple copies of the same ticket from being used
The following items will not be allowed: Tents, flags, lounge chairs, musical instruments, knives or other weapons, video cameras, audio recording devices, professional cameras (NO cameras with detachable lenses), selfie sticks, pets, food, beverages, drugs or drug paraphernalia.
Digital cameras (non-professional), disposable cameras, film cameras(non-professional), fanny packs, sealed bottled water, backpacks/ satchels (medium-sized), hats, sun block, lighters, sunglasses, and cigarettes are permitted.
CODE OF CONDUCT
Octfest seeks to be a welcoming festival and community. As a festival guest, you have an active role in creating an enjoyable and accepting environment for your fellow attendees, including speaking out when you see unacceptable behavior.
Octfest has a zero-tolerance policy for harassment or discrimination of any kind, including but not limited to: race, color, national origin, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, religion, and disability status.
Offensive behavior includes, but is not limited to:
• Acts of physical assault or battery
• Verbal abuse
• Racial or ethnic slurs
• Groping, sexual assault, or unwanted sexual remarks
• Threatening language
Any individuals or groups found in violation of this policy may be removed from the festival.