RULES & REGULATIONS

Artists subject to change.

No outside food or beverage allowed.

No video recorders and no cameras with detachable lenses will be allowed on the festival grounds.

If you are at all unsure about the equipment you're planning to bring, leave it at home!

Re-Entry Policy

Please keep in mind that there will be absolutely no re-entry into the festival.

Photography

By entering the Brooklyn Hangar you will be agreeing to allow your image to possibly be photographed or filmed for the use of the producers. You are not allowed to bring in video cameras or professional-quality cameras (NO cameras with detachable lenses).

Ticket Re-Assignment & Other Ticket Issues

OctFest uses the print-at-home ticket service Ticketfly. All purchased tickets need to be printed at home. 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.

Prohibited Items

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.

Permitted Items

Digital cameras (non-professional), disposable cameras, film cameras (non-professional), fanny packs, sealed bottled water, backpacks/ satchels (medium-sized), hats, sun block, lighters, sunglasses, cigarettes, and folding chairs are permitted.

Alcoholic Beverages

A valid government-issued photo ID is required to purchase alcoholic beverages on the festival grounds. Attendees will need to show their ID to festival security personnel in order to receive a wristband that will allow them to purchase alcohol. Sales of alcohol will end promptly at 10:30 pm.

 

Please visit this website regularly for the most up-to-date information.

All rules and regulations are subject to change.