SOLASTA FESTIVAL

1. LEAVE NO TRACE.

Pack it in, Pack it the fuck out.
This isn’t amateur party hour. Partying like a professional means taking responsibility for your debauchery without leaving it strewed across the countryside. You’re better than that.

 As corporations plunder our earth and resources, leaving catastrophe in their wake, it is our duty as ambassadors for this new earth  to care for, and protect the natural gems that still flourish.

We have the honor & privilege of being able to have this experience on a protected wildlife refuge.

This means that any trash you generate, you are taking with you off site to dispose of.

No chemical compounds/toiletries/cosmetics etc. Be mindful of the river!

 2. RESPECT ONE ANOTHER.

That’s what makes this whole thing work.
Take care of yourselves, look out for one another. We are community.

 3. RADICAL SELF RESPONSIBILITY.

Bring Food.
Bring WATER!
Keep yourself hydrated & healthy for 3 days.
Average water recommendation is 2 gallons of water per day, per person.

4. NO GLASS.

Any glass will be confiscated on sight. Don’t even think about bringing it down to the river.

5. NO DOGS.

We love doggos, but loud noises create for an uncomfortable setting. No dogs are allowed unless they are legitimate service animals, and owners must be able to show proof of paperwork and recent shot history. Don’t abuse this. Leave your dog at home.

6. NO WEAPONS.

Duh.

7. NO OPEN FLAMES.

We will have a communal bonfire.

8. NO FUCKING FIREWORKS.

Seriously. For so many reasons. But mainly, safety.

9. NO REENTRY.

Come prepared.

10. NO RENEGADE SOUND SYSTEMS/CAMPS.

We have music, promise.

11. RESPECT THE LAND

Stick to the festival boundaries. Obey the posted signs.

12. AGE LIMIT

You must be at least 18 years of age to attend Solasta Festival. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Children 12 and under are free admission.

14. GATE HOURS

THURSDAY: 6pm – 10pm
FRIDAY: 9am – 12am
SATURDAY: 9am – 12am

THIS IS A CAMPING EVENT.
Camping will be in an open field, and the sun will be out. We will have communal shade structures, but canopies, domes, and similar shade-providing dwellings are encouraged.