What to Bring
Get Ready to Chill
For the ultimate Maha Festival experience, here’s your checklist:
- Your favorite lawn or camping chair — but be sure to keep it out of the Chair-Free Zone closest to the stage
- A blanket
- Sunscreen, sunscreen, sunscreen!
FYI, these items are also allowed:
- Hand sanitizer
- Insect repellent
- Factory-sealed water bottles
- Empty water bottles
- Baby strollers
- Soft-sided coolers (not hard-sided)
These items are not allowed, so please keep them at home:
- Pets (except for ADA Certified Service animals)
- Weapons of any kind
- Illegal substances
- Hard-sided coolers (soft-sided are OK)
- Large or framed backpacks
- Outside food or beverage (aside from factory-sealed water)
- Umbrellas (ponchos are cool)
- Camping tents
- Glass containers
- Instruments, air horns, or megaphones
- Laser pointers
- Audio recording equipment
- Roller skates, skateboards, scooters, or bicycles (though there is a monitored bike parking area just outside of the park)
- Professional photography and video recording equipment including cameras with interchangeable lenses and SLRs (unless you are an official Maha Photo Pass holder)
Keep in Mind
Payments for food, drinks, and merch throughout the festival can be made with a credit card, as you would at any regular business.
If you want to use cash, visit the Guest Services tent to quickly and easily load it onto a Maha Money Card to pay for items throughout the festival. Funds loaded onto the Maha Money Card are nonrefundable. You can load cash as many times as you’d like throughout the day.
Credit cards and Maha Money Cards are the only forms of payment accepted. No cash will be accepted at any vendor.
If you have any questions on-site, please visit the Guest Services tent.