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TomorrowWorld 2013
TomorrowWorld 2013
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TomorrowWorld Checklist: List Of Items Allowed This Year

While festivals continue to ban more and more items from being brought in with the festival goers, TomorrowWorld is making a stand to make the festival as fan-friendly as possible. Just recently we found out about Mad Decent Block Party banning everything from kandi to e-cigarrettes. Take a look at the allowed items below.

TomorrowWorld Allowed Items:

  • Empty camelbacks/bota bags
  • GoPros
  • Selfie sticks
  • Electronic cigarettes/personal hookahs (including refillable chambers)
  • Totems/signs
  • LED gloves/LED accessories
  • Hula hoops
  • Headresses/masks
  • Spirit hoods
  • Kandi beads
  • Costumes
  • Inflatables
  • Flags
  • Spray bottles/misters
  • Drawstring backpacks
  • Cell phones + chargers
  • Small personal electronics
  • Walkie talkies/2 way radios
  • Small/medium backpacks (no larger than 21” tall x 10” wide x 12” deep)
  • Blankets/tarps/towels
  • Toilet paper
  • Rain gear
  • Ear Plugs
  • Batteries
  • Lanterns/flashlights (no gas lanterns)
  • Disposable cameras/point and shoot cameras (non-professional)
  • Sealed cigarettes
  • Personal cosmetic products
  • Sealed lip balm
  • Sealed gum/mints
  • Bug spray
  • Small umbrellas

DreamVille Allowed Items (In Addition To The Above):

  • Tents/camping gear (smaller than 10×10 ft)
  • Coolers
  • Unlimited food and soft drinks
  • Canopy pop ups smaller than 10×10 ft
  • Large backpacks
  • Luggage
  • Propane grills + (4) 1lb propane tanks per grill
  • Soap / hair products
  • Push carts
  • Plastic garbage cans
  • Frisbees
  • Sports equipment (no bats)
  • Chairs
  • Hammocks
  • Stuffed animals / dolls
  • Glow Sticks

DreamVille Alcohol Policy – You may enter with 1 case of beer (max. 30 cans) AND 1 liter of liquor (no glass) OR 1 box of wine (3 liters)


Photo Credit: Rukes


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