Your safety and security is our priority, so here are a few reminders.
…and by that, we mean water. It’s important to keep yourself hydrated especially when it’s hot. Water is always readily available — just look for the closest water station.
As for party fashion, comfort and style ought to go together (else you’ll miss half the party worrying about clothing malfunctions and discomfort.) Wear something light and rock shoes that won’t get in the way of dancing. Bring an extra shirt, if you like. As for bags: keep them compact and keep ’em near you where it’s safe. Lost gadgets can also mean lost memories!
You may also bring:
- ziplocks and other sorts of waterproofing
- fan signs and banners
- compact backpack
- fanny pack/belt bag
- other kinds of small bags and purses
Gather All Your Friends
Friends that party together, stay together! Use the buddy system like we were all taught to do. It’s always safe to be with people you trust. Stick together, be ready to lend a hand, and create a meet-up system with your friends – in case you lose each other. Need help? Please approach any of the Spectrum staff on site.
In Case of Emergency
We have medics in every event in case anything goes down, so don’t worry. Just approach them or any of our staff. Also, Check out our party guidelines for other info on our policies.
Let’s make this clear: everyone is welcome, but alcohol will only be served if you are 18 years and older. Always drink responsibly. Embarrassing moments aren’t what we’re gunning for — we want you to create happy memories to share with the ones you love.
If you think someone is suffering from alcohol poisoning, seek immediate help from our medics. Watch out for any of the following symptoms:
- Slow breathing (less than eight breaths a minute)
- Irregular breathing (a gap of more than 10 seconds between breaths)
- Blue-tinged skin or pale skin
- Low body temperature (hypothermia)
- Passing out (unconsciousness) and can’t be awakened
Absolutely no drugs or illegal substances of any kind are allowed in our events. If there is anyone at all that you think might be having an overdose, it’s always better to be on the safe side – get a medic. You’ll know when you see any of the following:
- Problems with vital signs (body temperature, pulse rate, breathing, blood pressure)
- Sleepiness, confusion, passing out
- Cool and sweaty, or hot and dry skin
- Chest pain
- Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain