Halloween Town Rules & Regulations

Halloween Town Rules & Regulations

 

  1. The deadline to register and pay for tent space is October 11. Payments must be made online at the registration links above. Cash, checks and other forms of payment will not be accepted.

     

  2. Refunds will not be given for any reason. The event will go on rain or shine. If it is canceled by the City of Baton Rouge, your registration fee will be considered a donation to 10/31 Consortium which is a 501c3 nonprofit organization and is therefore tax deductible. 

     

  3. Tent space is 10×10. You can purchase more than one space if needed.

     

  4. You must bring everything you need for the day, including your own tent, tables and chairs. Set up is completely on your own so bring enough people to manage as well as any carts or dollies that may be needed.

     

  5. Generators are OK but we must know if you will have a generator so that we can place you away from the stage. All other tent spaces will be given out on a first come, first served basis at set up the morning of the event.

     

  6. All potentially hazardous equipment (ie. generators, tent tethers, etc.) must be clearly marked and tied down so as not to become a safety issue.

     

  7. Set up begins at 6 a.m. Equipment drop off is in the driveway in front of the USS Kidd (by the airplane). You must move your vehicle immediately after drop off and then set up upon your return after parking in one of the various lots, parking garages or street spaces downtown. Absolutely no parking or driving may be done in the grass by the levee.

     

  8. All tents must be fully set up by 8 a.m. and remain in place until 4 p.m.

     

  9. At least one person must be in your tent at all times.

     

  10. All tents must be decorated for Halloween.

     

  11. Costumes are not required however they are highly encouraged.

     

  12. All tents must provide Halloween candy as many children Trick or Treat at the tents.

     

  13. Contests, games, raffles, giveaways and other activities are highly encouraged but not required. Any activities of this kind must meet legal and safety requirements as set forth by the City of Baton Rouge and State of Louisiana.

     

  14. Vendors must confine all activities to their provided booth space. No part of displays may extend into the traffic flow of the event.

     

  15. Vendors will be held responsible for the cleaning and/or replacement of any damaged property.

     

  16. Vendors must make provisions of the safeguarding of their own products, materials, equipment, and display at all times. 10/31 Consortium and the Fifolet Halloween Festival, nor any of its volunteers, will be responsible for loss of any material by any cause. 

     

  17. You are welcome to place promotional items in the Pumpkin Pi Race runner packets (250 packets). We must have these items in hand by October 10. 

     

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