Event rules

We want everyone to have fun and enjoy the weekend and to do that certain rules must be followed so we can come back and do this each year from now on.

All Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian outside of the day care facility.

Alcohol / drug policy - alcohol is only allowed in the designated areas by those of legal drinking age. Illicit drugs are prohibited from all areas of the grounds. Anyone found to be in possession of illegal substances (including underage drinking or providing alcohol to minors) will be removed from the grounds permanently. Illegal activity will be reported to the local and/or state police authorities.

Wristbands must be worn at all times. Anyone without a wristband will be asked to leave immediately.

By purchasing a wristband of any type for this event, you agree not to hold Raise The Rafters, it's staff, volunteers or Wayne County Fairgrounds liable for any damages or loss to personal property or any injuries.

Photo ID, proof of military service or disability required for entry. Anyone deemed to have purchased a ticket fraudulently will be denied entry. No refunds.

Please respect Wayne County Fairgrounds and everything on the premises.

Please do not leave open flames unattended.
Ground fires are not permitted; all fires must be contained within a fire ring, fire bowl or grill.

Please refrain from any and all conduct that is considered disruptive or harmful to the community, this event or the staff.
Please abide by all Federal, State and local laws.

Please respect that No Means No. When someone says No it does not mean “continue to try” or “ask me later”.
Failure to abide by these guidelines is grounds for expulsion from the event. No refunds.

Pets welcome but must be on a leash and muzzled if aggressive. Owners are responsible for immediate waste removal! No excuses. Refusal to clean up will result in expulsion from the event. No refunds.

Raise The Rafters assumes no responsibility for personal items, equipment and belongings. RV camping is at your own risk.