FAQs

COVID POLICY

Rockin River will continue to work with public health authorities to ensure our policies are in accordance with the latest public health guidance in British Columbia. Currently, proof of vaccination is not required for outdoor events in BC. Please note that requirements and protocols, such as vaccination, are subject to change, so be sure to check back closer to the event for the latest information.

2020 TICKETHOLDERS & RENEWALS

We no longer have the ability to renew reserved campsites and reserved ticket packages. We value the long standing loyal reserved campers and reserved seating customers, so we are offering an exclusive pre-purchase opportunity to the account holder from 2020. All previous reserved ticket holders (Reserved Seating, Party Patio, Deadwood/Bigwood, Riverfront Camping, Kabanas only) will be emailed an exclusive loyalty presale code. This code can be used during the exclusive presale to purchase ANY tickets.

If you purchased tickets & camping for the 2020 festival and are still holding on to them, they will be honoured for the 2022 festival. All previous 2020 ticketholders who need to purchase 2022 tickets will receive a presale code on March 15, 2022 to be used for the presale on March 16 from 10am to 10pm PST.

If you were a renewal customer in the 2020 season and did not receive an email with the code, please contact info@rockinriver.com

*** ID POLICY ***

Patrons must carry valid ID with them at all times. ID will be checked each time you purchase an alcoholic drink as “Age Verified” wristbands are no longer considered sufficient identification in BC.

Ticket FAQs

Admission Quick Tips
  • Festival admission tickets and camping passes are sold separately. You must have a festival pass to access the campgrounds.
  • Admission prices are per person
  • Camping prices are per site – split with friends!
  • Festival admission tickets and camping passes are sold separately, but you can enter the campsites with a festival wristband.
  • Kids 12 and under are free with parent or guardian
  • All festival wristbands and vehicle hang tags will be shipped directly to you in advance of the festival as long as the order is fulfilled before July 20.
  • Tickets cannot be shared with people, 1 wristband per person.
  • Outside gates are open 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM daily. Campers should arrive before 10:00 PM or will not be processed until the following day.
  • Gates to the show site are open from 10:00 AM to 2:30 AM daily.
  • Please visit the Frontgate ticketing FAQ for question specific to the ordering process or updating your ticketing account.

How to put on your wristband
Please make sure to follow our guide below outlining how to properly put on your Rockin River wristband.

  • Do not tighten before fitting to your wrist comfortably!
  • All Wristbands have a one-way locking mechanism.
  • Do not tamper with your wristband. Cutting or modifying your band will make it invalid.

Wristband Replacement Policy

If your wristband is damaged or has been put on too tightly you can exchange it at Guest Services for a fee of $25.00. You must provide proof of purchase, your ID, as well as the original wristband in order to obtain this replacement.

Before check-in: Treat your wristband like cash – This is your ticket! If you lose your wristband before arriving at Rockin River, you will be charged full gate price to replace your wristband.

After check-in: Treat your wristband like cash – This is your ticket! If you lose your wristband after arriving at Rockin River and cannot provide your original wristband for exchange, you may be subject to a replacement charge of the full ticket price.

What do I need to get into the festival?

All wristbands and vehicle hang tags will be shipped directly to you – no need to print tickets and exchange them at the gate. You will be informed of the shipment dates. All wristbands and vehicle hang tags have a barcode that is unique to your order. The purchaser will be responsible for distributing wristbands to their friends prior to entering the festival. Each barcode can only be scanned in once so keep them safe!

What do I need to pick up my order at the gates (Will-Call)?

You will need a piece of valid photo ID & your order confirmation email. ID name must match the name of the order. If your courier was not received please head to the correct gate for your campsite with ID to get your wristbands.

Can I get my same seats as last year?

After much consideration and feedback from fans, we have decided to remove the Reserved Seating section of the festival. If you would still like to have your own seat, you are welcome to bring a lawn chair in to the General Admission area or join us on the upgraded, free flow Party Patios with open seating options (these are not reserved seats).

Are prices going up?

Scheduled price increases are standard each year: Advance tickets, Early Bird tickets, Regular Tickets and Gate tickets. Gate pricing typically starts within a week of the event. Prices may increase at any time. Rockin River e-news and social media will keep you up to date and give notice of any price increases.

Can I upgrade my tickets & how much does it cost?

Yes, ticket upgrades are available at Guest Services while quantity lasts.

  • GA Weekend to Party Zone Weekend – $125
  • Party Zone to Party Patio – $100 (very limited amount)
  • GA to Party Patio – $225 (very limited amount)
  • Single Day GA to Single Day Party Zone – $40

*No single day Party Patio upgrade available*

Do kids 12 and under need a ticket?

Children 12 and under can attend the festival for free with a paying adult in General Admission. Parents wishing to bring their children into Premium ticket areas are required to purchase a full price ticket for their child. Please do not leave your children unattended.

Can I split my multi-day admission between multiple people?

No, a wristband cannot be split. One wristband per person and non tranferable.

Can I bring my drink back to my seats?

Yes! You can purchase drinks at any vendor and carry it across the site with you.

Do tickets get cheaper as the night goes on?

The festival tickets do not get cheaper if you show up later at night when the show is almost over.

Can I buy tickets the day of the festival?

Yes, you can purchase tickets from the box office at the festival gates on the day of the festival – subject to availability.

What forms of payment do you accept?

Rockin River is cashless in 2022. Only credit card & debit cards are accepted at the gates, bars, merch, and vendors. Camping services such as RV water refill & sani-dump is cash only.

Can I come and go from the festival as I please?

If you are camping with us, we ask that you limit your trips into town to reduce congestion, noise, dust, and potential accidents. If you want to stretch your legs, hop on our shuttle into Merritt.

Is it safe to purchase tickets off of Craigslist?

While in most cases it can be safe to purchase tickets off of a friend or family member, purchasing tickets from someone you don’t know can be VERY risky! Rockin River will not validate any ticket barcodes over the phone. Barcodes can only be scanned once. In the case of tickets being copied, only the first barcode scan will work. Anyone arriving after that with copied tickets will be refused entry. The safest bet is to buy from rockinriverfest.com ticketing system.

Is accessible seating & parking available?

Accessible seating is located on the east side of Party Zone , near the Party Patios. Spots are not assigned or reserved. They will be on a daily first come first served basis.

Accessible day-parking is available via the East Gate. Patrons must have a disability vehicle decal to access. Parking pass is required and can be purchased at the gate.

How can I transfer my entire order to a friend?

Transferring ownership of ticket orders is not available once the order has been placed. If needed, the original purchaser can contact Customer Service to update the shipping destination for the entire order before July 20.

For orders fulfilled after July 20, tickets will be available for pick up at will call. If needed, the original purchaser can contact Customer Service to add a second party pickup name to the account for the entire order to be picked up on site by ONE alternate party (only one name can be added). This must be done in advance of the festival. The alternate party must present a matching government issued ID and pick up all tickets in the order. The original purchaser’s account information (billing, credit card charge, etc.) will not and cannot be altered.

How can I transfer part of my order to a friend?

Unfortunately, we are unable to split up orders. The entire order will be shipped to the address on file, or if picking up at will call, the original purchaser/authorized second party must pick up the entire order.

What are the layaway plan dates? Is it the same day each month that I purchased tickets?

Camping FAQs

Camping Quick Tips
  • Please note, the festival gates for new and returning entrants can be very busy on the Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of the festival. If you can, we recommend not leaving the show site on those days as you could have a long wait returning to the festival grounds due to new camper arrivals. We encourage you to load up on supplies before you come or utilize the general store on site for anything you may have forgotten.
  • All riverfront and general sites are approximately 18′ x 40′ (Bigwood sites are approximately 20′ X 60′ to accommodate up to 40′ for big rigs)
  • 2 steering wheels will be allowed per site. Smallwood single day camping, Hoodoo Ridge, and Ventura are the only campgrounds that will only allow one steering wheel per site. 2 motorcycles can replace 1 vehicle.
  • We will not be charging for this second vehicle!
  • Fulfilment per campsite:
    • 4 Camper Access passes
    • 1 “CAMPING CRUISER” parking pass – In and Out privileges at the festival. The Cruiser is the main vehicle, the campsite purchaser, which must be the first to check in. The rest of your group can check in at the same time or after the cruiser has arrived. The hang tag for Smallwood single day camping, Hoodoo Ridge, and Ventura will be a cruiser tag.
    • 1 “STABLE CAMPING” parking pass – No In and Out privileges – once you are parked on your site, the Stable vehicle must remain parked for the weekend. Only the Cruiser may come and go after check in, or you may use the shuttles! Must arrive with the Campsite Cruiser (the campsite purchaser) or afterwards.
  • RV, trailer, and tent style camping is welcome in any of our 5 campgrounds.
  • Campsites do not have power or water hookups. Generators are welcome to run from 8am to Midnight.
  • Single day camping is only available in Smallwood Campground.
  • Absolutely no generators should be left running while unattended.
  • To ensure the safety of all campers, trailer hitches must face out to the road in each campsite, no compounds. Fire lanes, river access and roadways cannot be blocked at any time.
  • A patron 19+ must be the person to check in for the campsite and remain camping in that site all weekend. Someone 19+ cannot purchase the campsite and give it to a younger patron.
  • Anyone 16 and under also requires a parent or guardian attending and camping with them.
  • Underage drinking/substance use will not be tolerated at any time anywhere on Rockin River property.
  • Personal stereo systems and old school boom boxes are allowed in the campgrounds when played at a reasonable level. Large PA systems will not be allowed. Any stereo may be asked to be turned off at the festival operators discretion in order to maintain the enjoyment of all festival goers.
  • Please visit the Frontgate ticketing FAQ for question specific to the ordering process or updating your ticketing account.
What gate do I enter through?

EAST GATE:

  • Bigwood campers
  • Deadwood campers
  • Tumbleweed campers
  • Ventura campers
  • Smallwood – single-day campers
  • Bell Tent campers
  • Non-camping patrons with accessibility needs. *Must have disability decal

WEST GATE:

  • Chattahoochee campers
  • Hoodoo Ridge campers
  • Day Parking pass holders
  • Non-camping patrons
Are pets allowed at the festival?

Pets are not allowed on the festival show site, i.e the vendors area and where the concerts take place. For campers, you are allowed to have pets in the campgrounds. However, July is a very hot month, so we recommend leaving your pets at home with a caretaker. For those campers who go everywhere with their animals, we get it! Just make sure that AC is cranked for them. Please clean up after your pets and make sure they have a cool spot with lots of water while you’re at the festival.

Can I have a fire in my campground?

No open fires or burning is allowed in the campgrounds. You are permitted to run a propane portable stove / barbecue that is off the ground.

We follow all BC fire bans, which can change on a moment’s notice. All stipulations regarding fires will be strictly enforces and are subject to change.

How many people are allowed in a campsite?

Each campsite can hold up to 4 people. Additional Camper Access Passes can be purchased for $50 each, to a maximum of 6 people per site. Like admission passes, camper access passes cannot be split up throughout the weekend. The same campers must camp on that site for the duration of the festival.

Are there showers on site?

Showers are located in Kahuna. Shower tokens can be purchased at Guest Services for $5. Shower hours are 10am – 8pm from July 28-31.

How often do the parking lot and campground shuttles run?

Our free campsite shuttles start running to and from the festival grounds 30 minutes before the gates open. They run constantly throughout the day. Each shuttle has a donation bucket to support a local charity so be sure to bring some change.

Is accessible camping available?

Accessible Camping is available in Chattahoochee, directly across from the bridge entrance into the festival grounds. This is a reserved section that requires a government issued placard. Purchase an accessible campsite >

How many vehicles are allowed in a campsite?

Two steering wheels will be allowed per site. Smallwood single day camping, Hoodoo Ridge, and Ventura are the only campgrounds that will only allow one steering wheel per site. We will not be charging for this second vehicle!! 2 motorcycles can replace 1 vehicle. You are allowed up to four motorcycles in one site in lieu of 2 steering wheels.

Fulfilment per campsite:

  • 4 Camper Access passes
  • 1 “CAMPING CRUISER” parking pass – In and Out privileges at the festival. The Cruiser is the main vehicle, the campsite purchaser, which must be the first to check in. The rest of your group can check in at the same time or after the cruiser has arrived. The hang tag for Smallwood single day camping, Hoodoo Ridge, and Ventura will be a cruiser tag.
  • 1 “STABLE CAMPING” parking pass – No In and Out privileges – once you are parked on your site, the Stable vehicle must remain parked for the weekend. Only the Cruiser may come and go after check in, or you may use the shuttles! Must arrive with the Campsite Cruiser (the campsite purchaser) or afterwards.
What if my vehicle/trailer/RV does not fit in my campsite?

If you book a site and arrive with a vehicle/trailer/RV that does not fit within the site size, you will be refused the site and moved to overflow parking in Hoodoo. Please ensure your trailer/RV fits in the campsite you select. See the campsite sizes on the camping page.

Are we allowed alcohol in the campgrounds?

You can consume alcohol in your campsite, but you are not permitted to walk around the campgrounds or on roadways with open alcohol containers. Alcohol will be confiscated and not returned. You could also be subject to removal from the festival grounds. Outside alcohol cannot be brought into the show site. Show site alcohol cannot be brought out to your campsite. Please drink responsibly.

When can I check into my campsite?

Campgrounds open at 10:00 AM on Thursday for all campsites. If you purchased an Early Entry Camping Pass you can come in Wednesday starting at 10:00 AM. Our gates are open from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM daily. Campers should arrive before 10:00 PM or they will not be processed or gain access to the festival until the following day.

Are there amenity hookups available?

There are no water or electrical hookups in the campgrounds so please come prepared. We do have a water truck and sani truck that circles the campgrounds throughout the day for a minimal fee.

Can I bring my ATV, dirtbike or hotwheels machine?

MOTORIZED VEHICLES ARE NOT PERMITTED at any time. This is a safety issue and will be strictly enforced. Violation of this policy will be cause for eviction from the campground and the festival grounds.

What size campsite do I need?

We have 16′ x 40′ standard sites up to 20′ by 60′ campsites and they allow 1 vehicle or 2 motorcycles per site. These are perfect for your RV’s, truck and trailers, tents or up to six people with 1 vehicle. Please ensure all belongings, RV/trailer slide outs and vehicles fit within the dimensions of your site. If you show up with gear that expands outside of your allotted space you will be moved to overflow camping. Sites can be purchased side by side to create more space.

What time do the gates open?

EAST & WEST GATE: 10 am to 10pm daily from July 27 – 31

  • Wednesday, July 27: Camping Early Entry ticketholders only. Early Entry pass can be purchased at the gates.
  • Thursday, July 28 to Sunday, July 31: All ticketholders.

Vehicles cannot enter or leave outside of these hours, except for vehicles parked at West Gate Day-Parking.

SHOW SITE GATES

  • Thursday to Sunday – opens at 10AM with Access to Guest Services, merch, general store and all of our vendors.

CONCERT BOWL

  • Thursday & Sunday – 6pm
  • Friday & Saturday – 5pm
Can I bring food and drinks into the site?

Outside food & drinks are allowed in the campgrounds but not permitted in the Show Site. However, personal amounts of factory sealed (unopened) snacks such as granola bars, protein bars, chips, etc. will be allowed. We allow one empty personal reusable bottle (NO glass) per person in the Show Site and there will be free water stations on site for guests to fill their bottles.

For the full list of allowed/prohibited items, please refer to the Code of Conduct Section.

Can a friend pop over and visit me at my campsite?

Only festival attendees are permitted in the campgrounds and they must have a valid Festival Wristband. If your friend is also attending the festival, they’re more than welcome to visit your campsite during the day. If a non camping festival patron would like to join a friend’s campsite for the night they would need to purchase an Extra Camper Access Band for $50, available at Guest Services. Only patrons with Camping Access Bands will be allowed into the campgrounds after dark. Single day ticket holders will not be permitted to park in the campgrounds – they must park in the day or overnight lots at West Gate.

Can I have alcohol at my campsite?

You can consume alcohol in your campsite, but you are not permitted to walk around the campgrounds or on roadways with alcohol. Alcohol will be confiscated and not returned and you could be subject to removal from the festival grounds.

Are glass bottles allowed in the campground or river?

GLASS IS NOT PERMITTED in the river and cannot be carried throughout the campgrounds. We understand that some bottles will be glass, but those must stay in your campground. Wherever possible, please choose beverages in plastic or metal containers.

Can I bathe in the river?

The Coldwater River is a beautiful feature of the Merritt festival show site and we want to treat it and its inhabitants with the utmost care. Absolutely no bathing or washing dishes in the river.

Can I swim in the Coldwater River? How high will the water be?

The river is ideal for sitting in a lawn chair and cooling off! There are deeper parts to the Coldwater River where you could potentially swim, but there are also strong currents depending on the water level so please be careful at all times. There can also be sharp rocks on the bottom of the river so don’t skim along the bottom and always wear footwear. The depth of the river fluctuates year after year. There will not be a lifeguard onsite.

Can I put my awning and slides out on my trailer?

The wind coming down the valley through the festival site can be quite strong and can damage your awnings. You are welcome to put your slides out so long as you remain within your site size restrictions (most sites are 16 ft wide).

Can a friend drop off my trailer?

Yes, a friend can drop off a trailer for you. Upon arrival you will need to get your tickets scanned at the festival gates. Your friend dropping off the trailer will then need to leave their driver’s license, phone number and a credit card at the gates. They will then have 1 hour to drop off the trailer and leave the show site. If they don’t come back within the hour and we cannot contact them, their card will be charged for a full event general admission ticket.

Can I drive my vehicle around on the camping site roads?

No, there is zero tolerance for people riding on/or in the backs of pick-ups etc. And the hood of a vehicle is not a seat. All vehicle traffic roadways are for either arriving or leaving the festival grounds only. Please leave roadways clear for onsite emergency and security vehicles. If you want to visit other campers please do so on foot.

Health & Safety FAQs

Is there medical at the event?

There sure is! Health & safety at our event is our number 1 priority. Medical tents and roaming teams are in place, be sure to note these locations upon entry to the event or ask event staff for help, if needed.

Is there medical at the event?

Festival health is an overarching term that provides education and resources on attending festivals and concerts safely from sunscreen and water, to safe substance use and alcohol consumption. We have all had a break from large events during the last couple years so if you are feeling uneasy or have any questions about steps you can take for your health and safety at events – check out their tent for more information. They are the ones in the cool purple shirts!

If you are reading this FAQ, you’re off to a great start!

What can I do to protect my health & safety at the event?
  • Check your local Public Health website on safe substance use and alcohol consumption
  • Do not bring prohibited items into the event
  • Follow our Fan Code Of Conduct for your and everyone’s safety
  • Keep an eye out for your friends
  • Follow instruction from event staff – they are here to help
  • If you see something, say something – report safety and security concerns immediately to event security and staff
What is a “Behaviour Band”?

For the safety and security of all attendees, our Security team will be watching for any guests that are causing issues. At their discretion, they have the ability to remove your festival pass and replace it with a “Behaviour Band” before escorting you back to your campsite for the night. If this happens, you can visit Guest Services for a replacement wristband the following day. Please note replacements are at the discretion of the staff & management. If you have received a Behaviour Band it is because security would like to extend you a second chance, rather than remove you from the festival. Please be kind to all those you may deal with during these instances – they may be the difference between a night off and an eviction. Multiple offences will not be tolerated.

Respect, diversity, and positive memories are at the heart of what Rockin River stands for.

More than just another concert, we are a community of open-minded individuals that embrace the differences between us. We ask our fans to be kind to one another, treat your friends and strangers with consideration, and make good choices.

Our staff will assist anyone that needs help or feels unsafe without judgement. Reach out to security staff, volunteers, or anyone wearing a radio to help you if you need them.

Code of Conduct

Prohibited behaviours

For everyone’s safety and comfort, unacceptable conduct is subject to eviction. Prohibited behaviours include but are not limited to the following:

  1. Use of foul, threatening, offensive or abusive language or gestures.
  2. Discrimination, bullying or hate that harasses, victimizes, degrades, or intimidates an individual or group of individuals on the basis of the 13 Prohibited Grounds of Discrimination identified in the Canadian Human Rights Act and Regulations. These are race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, family status, genetic characteristics, disability or conviction for which a pardon was granted.
  3. Harassment, including unwelcome or hostile behavior, physical contact or sexual attention.
  4. Fighting or any other type of violence.
  5. Wearing or using clothing, signs, and banners which are offensive in nature.
  6. Intoxication or impairment due to alcohol/cannabis or consumption of illegal substances.
  7. Throwing objects or interfering with the progress of the event.
  8. Being in possession of alcohol not purchased inside the FVED in the Park festival.
  9. Being a minor in possession of alcohol or providing a minor with alcohol.
  10. Being in possession of weapons, illegal substances or any other prohibited items.
  11. Smoking (including e-cigarettes, personal vapourizers, and cannabis) inside the venue, other than in designated areas.
  12. Unauthorized access, including but not limited to breaches of the perimeter fence or gates or any restricted area.
  13. Any other conduct that may be deemed by the festival to be inappropriate or which may adversely affect the safety of persons on the property or disruption of the event.
Prohibited items on show site

The following items are not permitted on the show site or in the concert bowl:

  • Outside food & beverage, with the exception of personal amounts of factory sealed (unopened) snacks such as granola bars, protein bars, chips, etc. NO glass.
  • Portable chairs of any kind except when in the General Admission area
  • Outside liquor
  • Illegal drugs
  • Edibles containing THC or derivatives unless in factory sealed (unopened) packaging from a licensed supplier
  • Drug paraphernalia of any kind
  • Portable chairs of any kind
  • Pocket knives of any kind
  • Weapons of any kind or any item that can be used as a weapon, including but not limited to large spikes, heavy wallet chains, bats/clubs, etc.
  • Glass of any kind
  • Hard shell coolers
  • Artificial noise makers, including megaphones and air horns
  • Musical instruments and Bluetooth speakers
  • Laser pointers of any kind
  • Markers, pens or spray paint
  • Sports equipment
  • Skateboards, rollerblades, roller skates, scooters, wheeled or motorized items intended to be ridden
  • Pyrotechnics of any kind, including but not limited to fireworks, sparklers or firecrackers of any kind
  • Animals, with the exception of certified service animals assigned to the person entering
  • Tents
  • Umbrellas
  • Motorcycle or bike helmets
  • Water guns
  • Gas masks
  • Gang or club clothing or support gear, including banners and flags
  • Tactical clothing or equipment
  • Aerosol containers of any kind
  • Professional audio, video or photography equipment (no detachable lenses, zoom lens 2 inches or greater, or tripods)
  • Selfie Sticks
  • Any item that can be used as a projectile
  • Any bag larger than 4.5”x6.5”, with the exception of clear bags up to 12”x6”x12”, 1 gallon plastic freezer bags or medically necessary or diaper bags
  • Drones or similar items
Permitted Items On Show Site

The following items are permitted on the show site or in the concert bowl:

  • Go Pros.
  • Personal cameras and mobile phones. No detachable lenses or zoom lenses 2 inches or greater.
  • Beach balls and other reasonably sized inflatables (1 per person)
  • Small towels
  • Blankets
  • Personal amounts of factory sealed (unopened) food (granola bars, protein bars, chips, etc.). NO glass containers
  • Reasonable amounts of sunscreen (No aerosol containers)
  • Empty refillable drink containers. Limit 1 per person.
  • Hydration packs. Cannot be framed or exceed size restrictions for personal bags and backpacks
  • Any bag 4.5” x 6.5” or smaller
  • Any clear bag 12”x6”x12” or smaller
  • 1 gallon plastic freezer bag
  • Medically necessary bags or diaper bags for infant or young children

PROHIBITED ITEMS ANYWHERE ON SITE & IN CAMPGROUNDS

The following items are not permitted on site or in the campgrounds:

  • Illegal drugs
  • Beer bongs or similar items used for consuming large amounts of liquor quickly
  • Stages or raised platforms of any kind
  • Pole Dancing or Stripper Poles of any kind
  • Swimming pools, hot tubs, water tanks or water holding devices of any kind, with the exception of water jugs no larger than 10 gallons and bottled water
  • Fire pits of any kind
  • Wood or charcoal burning devices of any kind (i.e., Hibachi style grills, Smokers, etc.)
  • Candles of any kind, including citronella candles and bug/mosquito coils
  • PA systems or audio systems, with the exception of smaller personal listening devices
  • Glass of any kind
  • Artificial noise makers, including megaphones and air horns
  • Musical instruments
  • Markers, pens or spray paint
  • Personal UTVs, ATVs or any other motorized vehicle of this nature
  • Skateboards, rollerblades, roller skates, scooters, wheeled or motorized items intended to be ridden
  • Pyrotechnics of any kind, including but not limited to fireworks, sparklers or firecrackers of any kind
  • Animals, with the exception of certified service animals assigned to the person entering
  • Gas masks
  • Gang or club clothing or support gear, including banners and flags
  • Any flag, banner, clothing or signage that promotes hate or negativity towards any person or group
  • Tactical clothing or equipment
  • Aerosol containers of any kind
  • Professional audio, video or photography equipment (no detachable lenses, zoom lens 2 inches or greater, or tripods)
  • Drones or similar items
RECOMMENDED ITEMS FOR YOUR CAMPSITE
  • A bucket of water and sand for fire suppression
  • Coleman Classic style or similar propane stove for cooking (Placed on a solid base of bricks or paving stones close to the ground away from any grass or brush) – Never used inside
  • Flashlight
  • Warm clothes – It gets cold at night
  • Suitable shelter, sleeping and hygiene items (NO bathing in the river), including items to keep you dry if it rains
  • Water to keep you hydrated
  • Food and food preparation items (NO glass containers)
  • A First Aid Kit
  • Sealable cooler with ice for any perishable food items (DO NOT keep any food or food waste in your campground unless it is in a sealed container that cannot be detected by wildlife in the area)
RULES FOR VEHICLES
  • There is a speed limit of 10 km/hour in all campgrounds
  • Vehicle movement throughout the campgrounds and roadways is only permitted between 10 am and 10 pm – Please plan accordingly
  • Vehicle movement is only for the purpose of entering or exiting the site – NO cruising
  • All occupants of vehicles must wear a seatbelt – No seating, pools, pool liners, water tanks or similar devices of any kind permitted in truck beds
  • Vehicle drivers must not be under the influence of any liquor, drugs or anything else that impacts their ability to operate a motor vehicle safely
  • Parking anywhere on site other than your designated camping site or assigned day parking stall is strictly prohibited. Vehicles parked on roadways, around the Chattahoochee Bridge or in any area that impedes emergency vehicles and personnel access will be towed at the owner’s expense.
CONSEQUENCES FOR VIOLATING THE FAN CODE OF CONDUCT

Rockin River Musicfest will not tolerate any unsafe or offensive behaviour that violates the Fan Code of Conduct. Failure to abide by this Code may result in eviction and suspension from entering any or all of our events and venues.

RESPONSIBILITY TO REPORT

Each of us has a responsibility to report any act that goes against the Fan Code of Conduct. If you see something, say something. Report any concerns to our management team right away.

Stay safe, don’t drink and drive, and enjoy your time at the festival and in the river.

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