Maintain a positive attitude with those around you. Respect yourselves and respect your neighbors. Have a great time, but please take care of each other and yourselves. Drink plenty of water and remember The Big Up is a marathon not a sprint!
Gates will open at Noon on Thursday, August 8th and will close on Sunday August 11th at Noon.
No illegal substances or activities will be permitted.
All onsite vending must be both licensed and registered with the event. Illegal or unauthorized vendors will be removed from the venue.
Weapons are strictly prohibited – firearms, knives over 3″ blade, baseball bats, axes, hatchets and any other items that can be reasonably construed as weapons will be confiscated.
Fireworks are prohibited.
Please bring all beverages in cans or plastic – glass is not allowed.
You must have a photo pass in order to bring in professional camera/ video gear. Professional cameras will not be allowed in without a press pass.
No fighting. If you are involved in a fight both parties will be asked to leave – keep it mellow.
No open fires. This includes camp fires, tiki torches and any other exposed flames
Grills are OK in some camping areas (not including Woods Camping), but you must have a certified ABC fire extinguisher!
NYS DOH mandates a 5′ separation between camp sites without grills and a 10′ separation between grill sites. Please follow the direction of parking, security, safety and camping crew to ensure that we maintain the separation. If you plan on grilling, you’ll be placed in a special “Grill Car-Camp Area”
No pets of any kind will be permitted. Any service animal must be accompanied by notarized certificate, service card and a designated service vest to be worn at all times – sorry, no exceptions.
Due to NYS regulations no outside alcohol will be permitted within the concert area. A reasonable amount of alcohol for personal consumption is allowed in the camp grounds. A case per person is the general rule – a keg is not a reasonable amount and is not allowed. Absolutely NO sales of alcohol by patrons is allowed: Just don’t do it!
You must obtain an over 21 wristband with a government issued photo ID to drink alcohol on the property. Underage drinking is not permitted – zero tolerance.
Lost or stolen tickets and wristbands cannot be reissued. Wristbands must be worn at all times. Anyone found trespassing will be subject to ejection and/or arrest.
Under 16 must be accompanied by a legal guardian. Child and guardian will be required to leave contact information and be photographed at ticketing.
Kids 12 and under are free when accompanied by their parents.
All persons, vehicles and possessions will be searched upon entry and reentry.
RVs require RV parking passes per vehicle in addition to your camping ticket(s). Due to constraints in the parking areas to keep safety lanes open, any vehicle with a combined length (including a trailer) over 25 feet will require an RV parking pass and must be parked in RV parking.
Generators are prohibited, except with vehicles with RV passes in designated RV parking areas.
There will be on-site security at all times as well as first aid stations open 24/7.
Feel free to bring your own food and beverages into onsite camping, but please remember no glass.
Campers are expected to behave in a manner that is courteous to other campers and neighbors.
All general car & tent campers are permitted to visit each others’ camp sites.
By entering the event you agree to be photographed and/or video taped.
All cars are charged a $10 search and processing fee. Please note this fee will be applied each time your car enters the festival grounds. Please carpool and keep as much traffic off the roads as possible. If you leave your parking spot and reenter later, your car will end up in day parking lot. It’s safer for everyone that way!
Please be kind.