An Adapted Experience for Maximum Safety and Comfort
We’ve meticulously designed this year’s Maha Festival to be a safe and welcoming environment in response to COVID-19. These safety protocols were formulated based on current guidance from the CDC, along with input from state and local health officials. Thanks for taking the time to get informed, and welcome back to live events!
There will be a limited number of tickets available to allow attendees to enjoy the event while physically distanced from other groups. A sold-out festival this year would be capped at 70% of the total capacity of the festival grounds, calculated with a six-foot theoretical space bubble around every attendee in mind.
All infrastructure will be set up to reduce physical contact between staff and attendees to zero — that includes admissions and security checkpoints, as well as food, beverage, and merch purchases.
We’ve increased the number of bar and restroom areas and dispersed them throughout the festival grounds, so that when it’s time to get a drink or use the facilities, you’ll find more options to maintain physical distance while you do so.
Cleaned and Sanitized
Hand washing stations will be located throughout the festival, along with loads of hand sanitizer. In addition, a professional sanitation team will be handling the cleaning of high-contact areas at regular intervals.
Maha policy follows the current CDC recommendations for mask wearing.
When outdoors: The CDC recommends that you wear a mask when attending large outdoor events if you are not vaccinated.
When indoors: Maha Festival is an outdoor event, but if you plan to visit any indoor or enclosed areas while at the festival (e.g., enclosed tents, Volunteer Headquarters), the CDC recommends that you wear a mask while you are inside.
There will be free masks available throughout the park.
Code of Conduct
Everyone at Maha will need to agree to a Code of Conduct issued at the time of purchase and posted all around the festival. This is our way of saying “please be respectful toward others, or we’ll see you later.”
Need to Report an Issue?
Please report any on-site safety issues to security personnel. You can also contact us in non-emergency situations at email@example.com.