Sensory Supportive Space: We have partnered with KultureCity to provide a sensory supportive space. This can be found in Plaza 4 and Accessible Camping. For more information about KultureCity click here.
Syringes: A patron requiring medication that is administered via syringe must bring medication in the prescription packaging with name on the label and a valid photo ID.
Medication: Bring enough prescription medication for your personal use only and for the number of days you will be traveling; an excess amount of any medications is not allowed. Medication must be in prescription packaging with prescription label with matching valid photo I.D. Medication may be stored in the refrigerator in the Medical Tent in Centeroo, which opens at 12:00 PM on Thursday, June 15 and stays open non-stop until Sunday, June 18 around 11:30 PM. Ice is available for purchase at the General Store, for those who wish to keep their medication at their campsite in a cooler.
TIP: Ask your pharmacist for smaller travel-size prescription bottles.
Medical Waste Disposal: Please dispose of your medical waste and sharps in the proper disposal at the Plaza 4 Medical Tent or in the Centeroo Medical Tent. Please do not dispose of these things in the trash barrels or portos. We appreciate your consideration for our volunteers and staff who handle the trash bags.
Medical Stations: Medical staff are stationed at nearly every Plaza in a dedicated Medical tent or at Guest Services and roaming and are available 24 hours a day. The medical station in Centeroo is open 24 hours per day. Their locations are indicated on the map. In Manchester there is a medical center and there are pharmacies.
Pacemakers or Oxygen Tanks: If you use a pacemaker or oxygen tank, write to firstname.lastname@example.org before the start of the Festival for important information.