2023 national cornbread festival
entry & attendance policy

Covid-19 warning

The Festival may take or recommend enhanced health and safety measures for you, its vendors, its performers, and its volunteers. If instructions related to health and safety are posted during the Festival, you must follow them while in attendance. In the event that preventative health measures become necessary, details of such measures will be communicated as early as possible and will be posted on the Festival website and social media outlets

Any public space where people are present creates an inherent risk of exposure to COVID19, which is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. Senior citizens and attendees with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable according to the Centers for Disease Control

You voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID19 by attending the Festival. We should all work together to help keep each other healthy.

General safety & security protocols

To insure the safety and security of our attendees, vendors, performers, volunteers, and neighbors, the following protocols will be strictly enforced to foster a safe and enjoyable Festival for all:

  1. No drones are allowed.
  2. No weapons of any kind are allowed.
  3. No animals are allowed except for those performing a recognized service.
  4. No outside food or drink is allowed.
  5. Anything that would obstruct another attendee’s view or cause disruption (including but not limited to selfie sticks, fireworks, and speakers) is expressly prohibited.
  6. No bicycles, skates, scooters, skateboards, hoverboards or Segways are allowed.
  7. No flags are allowed.
  8. No flyers, samples, handbills, giveaways or promotional items are allowed.

Anti-Harassment policy

The Festival has a zerotolerance policy for harassment. Harassment based on race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, disability, body size, appearance, age, or national origin will not be tolerated. Please notify a Festival staff member/volunteer or law enforcement officer if you feel harassed or threatened in any way. 

Have a fun, safe, and enjoyable festival!