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what to bring

Photo: Kelly Koval's    2014 Gitch'r Portrit Project

Photo: Kelly Koval's 2014 Gitch'r Portrit Project

what to bring

// WE PROVIDE THE FUN, HOSPITALITY, & FACILITIES SO YOU CAN BRING THE STOKE //

Up on the mountain you’ll find good music, great vibes and a variety tasty food, beverage and art vendors to enjoy.

Off-site parking ticket holders (nearly everyone) will arrive at one of our off-site lots, ride the shuttle up to the festival grounds and walk a short distance to find camping spots. We appreciate your patience and camaraderie in this process. Please pack lightly, so that you can reasonably transport your belongings. DIO Fest staff and volunteers will be available to assist you, as well as your fellow attendees. Read this entire Fest Guide to get the full run-down on how it all works. We recommend bringing extra cash to enjoy the delicious local food and drink, as well as support local vendors and score some rad merch. Also… don’t forget your acoustic instruments for impromptu shred sessions around the fest - artists and attendees alike.

Recommended Packing List

— Valid I.D. to enter festival (ender age 18 accompanied by adult)
— Cash for food, drink and recreation - There will be an ATM on-site!
— Tent & sleeping bag for primitive camping
– Eating utensils & re-usable mug for discounted drinks at the bar
– Food and drink basics, although we suggest saving the hassle and supporting our food vendors
– Layered Clothing (hot days & cold nights, DIO Fest is a rain or shine)
– Swim suit for da pool
– Flashlight/headlamp for walking at night
– Water bottle. please hydrate!!!
– Sunscreen
– Toiletries (cold showers available at no cost)
– Acoustic instruments for jamming

fest guidelines

// PLEASE REVIEW THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES TO MAKE SURE WE ALL HAVE A FUN AND SAFE EXPERIENCE //

  1. BE STOKED, SMILE, AND LEND A HAND TO LEAVE CAMP KREM BEAUTIFUL

  2. RESPECT YOUR FELLOW DO-ER'S, THE COMMUNITY OF BOULDER CREEK, AND OUR GRACIOUS HOST, CAMP KREM

  3. NO FIRES // NO OPEN FLAMES // NO FIRE DANCING EQUIPMENT OF ANY KIND OR ANY OTHER FLAMES AT ALL (small propane cooking stoves are allowed if elevated off the ground and operated safely)

  4. NO UNDERAGE DRINKING ALLOWED

  5. NO GLASS/OUTSIDE ALCOHOL ALLOWED IN MAIN FEST GROUNDS

  6. PLEASE USE APPROPRIATE TRASH & RECYCLING RECEPTACLES

  7. VALID ID REQUIRED TO ENTER FESTIVAL

  8. UNDER AGE 18 MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY ADULT/GUARDIAN

  9. PLEASE BE PATIENT AND COOPERATIVE WITH PARKING, ARRIVAL, AND DEPARTURE

  10. PLEASE WEAR YOUR WRISTBAND AT ALL TIMES AND SHOW IT TO STAFF WHEN ENTERING STAGE AREAS

  11. PLEASE MINIMIZE YOUR FESTIVAL IN’S AND OUT’S

  12. PLEASE CARPOOL!

  13. NO FIRES // BE SAFE // HAVE FUN!

  14. NO PETS EXCEPT CERTIFIED SERVICE ANIMALS (DOES NOT INCLUDE EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMALS), SORRY NO EXCEPTIONS

  15. PLEASE REVIEW THIS GUIDE SO WE CAN HAVE THE MOST EPIC FEST POSSIBLE

Thanks for taking the time to read this, we appreciate YOU. Cheers!

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