DUSK festival regulations

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DUSK Music Festival brings in artists from a range of genres, fans from all across the nation and a set of rules that everyone in attendance should follow. The full list of allowed and prohibited items can be found on the DUSK website, but here is a quick outline of the big things to look out for. 


Allowed:

Bags: You can bring in small bags, fanny packs and purses that do not exceed roughly 10 inches by six inches by 10 inches. All bags will be searched to ensure that you are not bringing in illegal substances. A good rule of thumb is that if it’s not fanny pack size, leave it at home. 

Cameras: Only nonprofessional cameras will be allowed and must be without equipment attachments such as selfie sticks, tripods and monopods. You can bring in DSLR cameras, but remember to leave all camera bags at home, especially big ones. 

Miscellaneous items: You can bring in small binoculars, blankets, sheets and towels. Other items included in the allowed category are soft-frame chairs, flags, totems and empty water bottles. It is important to empty the bottles before entering the venue. 

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Prohibited: 

Bags: You cannot bring in bags larger than 10 inches by six inches by 10 inches. This includes briefcases, diaper bags, luggage of any kind, cooler bags, computer and camera bags and long golf umbrellas. 

Firearms: You cannot bring in any weapon of any size into the venue. This includes and is not limited to: explosives, guns or fireworks.

Electronic equipment: You are not permitted to bring in any professional audio equipment, drones, radios or professional cameras. 

Miscellaneous items: Avoid bringing pets, unless they are service animals. Other prohibited items include hammocks, glass and metal containers, aerosol sprays, tents and canopies and skateboards, scooters and bikes inside the grounds.

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With that, remember to be aware of what you are bringing in and to enjoy the music!


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