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Q: What ages can attend?
A: This is a 21+ event only.

Q: Can we bring pets?
A: Pets are not allowed at the event. 

Q: Will alcohol/tobacco be allowed?
A: Yes. However, due to legal restrictions, alcohol and tobacco sales won't be allowed on the event site.  This means you.  Yes, you.  You know who you are.

Q: What is the weapon policy?

A: No actual weapons are allowed.  No firearms.  No projectile weapons.  No flamethrowers.  No melee weapons.  Prop weapons are allowed. 

Q: Are there electrical hookups?

A: No.  You should plan for primitive camping.  

Q: Is there running water?

A: There is access to tap water on the event grounds. You should plan on bringing your water for drinking.  There are two bathroom and shower facilities. 

Q: What facilities are available for event use?
A: We've got basic primitive camping locations and multiple flat areas for group or individual tent camping. We also have flat areas appropriate for RV or camper parking. There are 2 bathroom and shower facilities.  Also... porta-potties.  

Q: What about bathroom facilities?

A: There are 2 bathroom and shower facilities and also porta-potties available.  Use them.  Using the wilderness is not acceptable.  No urination or defecation outside of the potties will be tolerated.  If it comes out of your body, it goes in the potty.

Q: Can I bring camp tools like hammers and knives?
A: Typical camping or cooking tools and equipment are fine. 

Q: Are there amenities available?

A: Ice will be available for purchase on site.  Tobacco and alcohol cannot be sold at this event, so be sure to stock up before you pass through Wyandotte.

Q: What type of costumes and props are allowed?
A: Thematic costumes and props. In general, prop weapons such as plastic guns or non-metallic replicas of bladed weapons are fine. As a general rule, "Disney sharp" is what we're looking for. Ideally, it should be very unlikely that anyone could be injured by the prop during normal cosplay or social activities.

Q: Can my prop be a working weapon?

A: No actual weapons are allowed.  No firearms.  No projectile weapons.  No flamethrowers.  No melee weapons.  Prop weapons are allowed. 

Q: What about guidelines for costume safety?
A: Many Wastelander costumes are almost more “wearable art installation” than costume. As such, they may contain materials that are sharp or protruding. We request that for safety and good consent etiquette, everyone go by the principle of “ask before touching.”  People wearing such costumes should exercise reasonable caution and remain aware of their surroundings. After dark, please no sharp edges or points on costumes.  

Q: What type of vehicles are allowed?

A: Arrive in any vehicle you like, provided it's legal, road worthy, and doesn't require a landing strip.  Parking for all vehicles will be in designated areas.

Q: What should I know about art vehicles?
A: Art vehicles of all types within the post apocalyptic genre are allowed and encouraged! Anyone who chooses to ride in someone's art vehicle does so in the understanding that they accept any and all risks inherent in doing so. We ask that art vehicles be built and operated in such a way that they do not cause property damage. 

Q: Can I leave and come back?

A: Yes.  You can leave and return during the posted hours.  There is a physical gate at the entrance which is closed at night, so be sure to be back by the posted time. You will be asked to show your armband as you come back through gate check in.  Your safety is our primary concern (safety third!!), so don't get behind the wheel if you are impaired in any way.

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