DO: BRING A BLANKET OR LAWN CHAIR
Jazz & Rib Fest attendees are welcome to bring blankets and lawn chairs.
DO: CHECK THE LOST AND FOUND IF SOMETHING GOES MISSING.
Lost and found items are kept at the Information Tent for the duration of Jazz & Rib Fest. After the festival, lost and found items are kept for up to 30 days. If you have any lost and found issues, please call (614) 645-3800.
DO: PACK A COOLER
Attendees are permitted to bring a picnic or pack a cooler, but carry-in alcohol is not permitted. Coolers must be labeled with name and cell phone number. Due to security concerns, any coolers may be confiscated by Columbus Police Department. Since the ticket price to Jazz & Rib Fest is free, we do strongly encourage attendees to purchase food and beverages at the event.
DON’T: BRING A TENT, UMBRELLA, OR SHADED LAWN CHAIR.
These items are prohibited at Jazz and Rib Fest.
DON’T: BRING IN YOUR OWN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES.
Carry in alcohol, or any beverages in glass containers are not permitted. Since the ticket price to Jazz & Rib Fest is free, we do strongly encourage attendees to purchase food and beverages at the event.
DON’T: CREATE A CAMPFIRE OR BRING YOUR OWN GRILL.
No grilling, cooking, or campfires of any type may be conducted anywhere on festival grounds.
No littering. Trash receptacles will be located throughout the event. Please recycle in provided bins located in all stage seating areas and at beverage locations. Glass is not permitted in recycling containers.
DON’T: BRING YOUR OWN MUSIC OR RECORDING EQUIPMENT.
DON’T: RIDE YOUR SKATEBOARD, HOVER BOARD, OR BIKE THROUGH THE FESTIVAL
Skateboards, hover boards, and all motorized vehicles are not permitted on festival grounds. Bicycles must be walked through the event and parked on the perimeter of festival grounds.
DON’T: USE TOBACCO PRODUCTS ON FESTIVAL GROUNDS.
No person shall use any form of tobacco within the created zones in city parks and facilities including the restrooms, playgrounds, and spectator and concession areas.
DON’T: FLY A DRONE DURING THE FESTIVAL
According to the Federal Aviation Administration, users are not permitted to fly over crowds. The recreational use of sUAS (drones) is the operation of an unmanned aircraft for personal interests and enjoyment. For example, using a sUAS to take photographs for your own personal use would be considered recreational; using the same device to take photographs or videos for compensation or sale to another individual would be considered a commercial operation. You should check with the FAA for further determination as to what constitutes commercial or other non-hobby, non-recreational sUAS operations. http://knowbeforeyoufly.org/for-recreational-users.
DON’T: BRING ILLEGAL WEAPONS
Illegal weapons are prohibited on festival grounds.
DON’T: SELL OR SOLICIT PRODUCTS WITHOUT PRIOR AUTHORIZATION
NO unauthorized vending, handbills, petitioning or solicitation.