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health and safety

The Santa Cruz Mountains. Photo: Sean Basalyga.

The Santa Cruz Mountains. Photo: Sean Basalyga.

// IT IS ALL OF OUR RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE THAT DIO FEST IS A SAFE AND POSITIVE EVENT. PLEASE TAKE CARE OF YOUR FELLOW ATTENDEES AND REPORT ANY UNSAFE BEHAVIOR TO DIO FEST STAFF OR THE HEALTH & SAFETY CABIN. PLEASE DRINK LOTS OF WATER AND PLAY SAFELY, WE LOVE YOU WHEN YOU'RE SAFE & HEALTHY //

The Health & Safety Center

The Health & Safety Center will be located at the Cabin just above the Amphitheater Stage. There will be cots for resting, first aid supplies, and water available for any festival goers who are feeling under the weather or need basic first aid supplies. DIO Fest does not provide any professional medical treatment; however, there will be several trained EMT's on site in the case of emergency.

We will have a member of our Safety Staff available at the cabin at all times in order to help attendees. In case of emergency, the Safety Staff will alert Emergency Services in order to respond. If you have any medical conditions or are feeling unwell, please report to the Health & Safety Center before the situation worsens.

Greening and Leaving No Trace

// LET’S KEEP OUR HOME BEAUTIFUL. PICK UP TRASH, LEND A HAND, AND HELP BEAUTIFY CAMP KREM FOR THE COMING SPECIAL NEEDS SUMMER CAMP //

Trash, Compost, Recycling

Please throw away trash, recycling and compost in appropriate bins. Pick up trash whenever you see it and lend a hand. Report any environmental issues to the front desk. 

We ask that you bring some of your own re-usable plates, utensils and other items so that we can minimize our waste. Please try not bring lots of paper plates, or plastic forks and napkins. We want to tread as lightly on this beautiful earth as we can, and have a great time while we're at it!

No Fires!

Please throw away your butts in designated ash trays. With such a dry year on our hands it is CRUCIAL that we take extreme care with any cigarettes or propane stoves. THERE ARE ABSOLUTELY NO OPEN FLAMES, CHARCOAL, OR FIRES ALLOWED. ABSOLUTELY NO FIRE SPINNING OR FIRE PERFORMANCE.

No Pets Allowed, Please

Please leave the pets at home. Unfortunately pets make mess and tend to get into trouble at big events. Please leave the pets at home.

Part Nine: Families & Kids