AS BORROWED PARTIALLY FROM OUR FRIENDS WITH MOONTRIBE FAMILY
Everyone is responsible for their own garbage, recycling and belongings.
Pack In/Pack Out – whatever you bring, take it with you when you leave.
Bring trash bags and keep the property clean!
If you smoke, we request you smoke in designated areas and keep your Cigarette butts
Carry a mint tin or other small container at all times to keep your butts and dispose of them at your campsite trash that you take home.
Please be respectful of non-smokers around you and do not smoke on the dancefloor.
Bringing dogs to gatherings is strongly discouraged. The intensity of the full moon, loud music, fire, crowds, children playing, and other dogs can lead to dog fights, attacks, matings, and run aways.
If you choose to bring your dog they must be leashed at all times. You are responsible for anything that happens with your dog.
Fires are only permitted at some gatherings. And are controlled by the events promoter and there are no fires permitted in undesignated areas. If there is a fire ban, than only propane fire pits and barbecues will be allowed. All fire ban laws will be followed.
Please use porta-potties that are scattered through out the camp grounds and are included on the Events map and do not put anything in the potties except toilet paper!
If you must poop outdoors, dig a hole at least 6 inches deep and bury your waste.
Carry a “sh!t kit” on your bathroom walk that contains toilet paper, wet wipes, and a small baggie for used accessories.
Do not leave anything in the mountains that did not come out of your body!
Leave no Trace— we’re more like a camping trip with hundreds of your best friends! Everyone is responsible for their own garbage/waste/recycling and belongings (bring garbage bags!). “Pack in/Pack out” means that whatever you brought here, you leave with it too! Don’t drop your trash on the ground (or speakers, amps, dancefloor, altar, etc), and if you see some on the ground, please pick it up and dispose of it properly! If one of your camping neighbors has trash on the ground, feel free to ask them to tidy up and offer them a trash bag!. Read more here: Leave No Trace.
Moderation. We will be in a very unique and beautiful environment, and the music, full moon and hundreds of people can affect our nervous systems and our tolerances. Please practice moderation. Don’t overdo it, and make sure you are hydrated. Please only bring friends whom you’d trust with your life — no random folks you just met and have no idea how they would act in a group gathering like ours, or friends in any kind of psychological crises.
DOGS: Please do not bring your dog. If you *must* bring your dog, please keep them on a leash. The crowds, the full moon, children running around, the music, and the general intensity can make dogs uneasy. Uneasy dogs = dog fights, dog attacks, dog mating, and dogs running away. We have seen it all over the years, and we simply want everyone (canines and humans) to be safe.
Drinking Water:Bring 1.5-2 gallons of water per person, per day! Stay hydrated! Bring electrolytes like Emergen-C, Nuun tablets, etc. You need water, vitamins and minerals. We will have Our refreshment booth and will be selling water at an incredibly affordable price, as well as many other beverages and healthy snacks available for purchase.
Garbage/Recycling bags: Bring enough for the number of days you will be there, and some extras to share! We each handle our own trash. Everyone is responsible for bringing home their own trash and recycling. We will have a small dumpster rented and a few garbage cans set through out the property. But encourage everyone to be responsible for their own refuse
NO GLASS BOTTLES or CONTAINERS will be permitted on the property. 🙂
Bring a first-aid kit. Everyone is responsible for their own safety. You and your friends are responsible for handling your own minor injuries.
First-aid ointments/solutions like tea tree oil, calendula, arnica, calamine lotion
Ace bandage–Aloe vera and sunscreen
Bug repellant (non-toxic, please)
Over-the-counter meds such as Advil/Tylenol
If you have medical conditions: Your prescription medications
If you have allergies: Your allergy meds (EpiPen, Benadryl, Claritin, etc.)
Menstruation supplies (but don’t drop them in the potties!)
Face masks (protection from viruses AND dust!)
If you have a medical condition, make sure you have your medication, and follow your physician’s guidance.
WE WILL HAVE AN EMT and PROPERLY TRAINED SECURITY for any emergency medical needs.
We are proud of the fact that over the 28 years we have been producing hundreds of events, in which only minor medical needs were needed. A record we are very proud of.
Weather! Colorado weather is very unpredictable. Always be prepared for unexpected hot and cold temperatures! Sunscreen, hats and rain gear is recommended
Buddy system: If you want to wander off away from the gathering, take a buddy with you or at least inform your friends where you’re going. Don’t leave your friends wondering what happened to you, causing unnecessary stress or panic.
Sound System: Please folks, don’t put your drinks on the speakers or other sound equipment. It’s very precious and doesn’t like getting wet. 🙂
WE WILL NOT TOLERATE ANY ROGUE DJ SET UPS, and we will SHUT IT DOWN. We Have plenty of time and amazing talent on 4 stages over the entire weekend. If you are a dj and not scheduled to play, or if you are not approved by the promoters if you have someone involved with event that advocates for your performing. (if there is time)But we request any one who does come to play and is not scheduled, you must speak with one of the stage managers and get approved by INTERPLANETARY promoter ONLY! WE HAVE PUT TOGETHER SET TIMES in which are extremely well thought out and ask for everyone to be respectful of everyone. PLEASE BE RESPECTFUL of ALL EQUIPMENT and DO NOT TURN UP THE VOLUME PAST WHAT WE HAVE SET AS MAXIMUM LEVEL if you are a performer or dj
YOUR MINDFULNESS AND RESPECT FOR OTHERS: In general, be mindful of people around you and that they are wanting to have a wonderful time at the gathering as well. We all have an impact on each other, and we all take a huge part in creating wonderful, safe, trash-free fun experience for everyone.
NO MEANS NO, and everything else except yes means NO. — respect others’ bodies and privacy. Do not ever prey on others, and please step in if you see others doing so.
Children’s ear protection: If you are bringing your baby or small child, make sure to protect their tiny ear drums! Protective ear muffs are great for baby/toddler dancefloor visits.
Great earplugs for kids: (available at CVS/RiteAid/etc): http://www.amazon.com/Macks-Pillow-Silicone-Earplugs-Value/dp/B000067NMJ Great ear muffs for wee ones: https://www.amazon.com/Dr-Meter-EM100-Protective-Earmuffs-Adjustable/dp/B01LWYWH43
we will also have some ear pugs available at our primary booth.
We are all about healing and enjoying the many wonderful aspects of nature, so please remember to follow all directions and enjoy the events many wonderful attributes