Every item you're banned from bringing to Osheaga 2018
Riley JamesJul 16, 2018 11:41 am513
Osheaga, now considered one of the top music festivals in North America, is just around the corner.
You can already feel the buzz around the city. Promotion for evenko’s massive music festival is almost everywhere you look. Social media is lit up with hype from tourists and locals alike.
However, to ensure you have a wicked Osheaga experience in 2018, you may want to brush up on your knowledge and inform yourself of what is and isn’t allowed on the festival grounds.
‘Cause there’s nothing worse than planning your day, just to have your stuff confiscated at the gate. Not to worry, we got your back(pack).
Banned items at Osheaga 2018:
Outside alcoholic beverages and illegal drugs/drug paraphernalia
Glass bottles and/or cans
Musical Instruments (There’s music on the stages, duh!)
Flags and banners
Beach balls, soccer balls, frisbees, etc.
Large sports umbrellas
Animals (guide dogs are permitted)
Camping style and/or large backpacks
Professional recording equipment – video and audio
Firearms, knives, or weapons of any kind
Any object that could be used to cause bodily harm
Selfie sticks and other monopods
Native American headdresses or feather headdresses (Don’t be this person)
Thankfully, what is being allowed at Osheaga is one of the best lineups evenko has delivered in years!
To double down on your planning knowledge, we’ve also listed items that will be permitted on site.
Items allowed at Osheaga 2018:
One plastic water bottle (water fountains throughout the site)
Beach towels and blankets
Smaller backpacks, bags and/or purses (they will be searched)
Sunscreen (no flammable aerosol cans)
Disposable and digital cameras (no detachable lenses or lenses over 2.5″)
Word to the wise, inform yourself on these items, ditch them or leave them behind entirely and you’ll be good-to-go for a stellar Osheaga experience chalked full of good music, amazing festival vibes and a wicked time.