The South Carolina Strawberry Festival is committed to providing a safe, welcoming, and family-friendly atmosphere for all attendees to enjoy.
For the safety of our guests, the South Carolina Strawberry Festival has instituted the following rules and safety guidelines. Any individual who fails to follow these rules may be denied admission to the festival grounds and/or removed from the festival site.
To report a problem or concern, please see one of our “Berry Brigade” volunteers, stop by the public safety tent near the playground, or speak to a uniformed law enforcement officer for assistance.
The following items shall not be permitted on the festival grounds:
· Pets (Except Service Animals)
· Outside Food and Beverages
· Illegal Drugs
Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
No loitering will be permitted outside the festival grounds, including public roads, sidewalks and dedicated festival parking locations.
Only approved vendors shall be permitted to solicit and/or sell at the festival site.
Offensive, disruptive or disorderly conduct will not be tolerated.
Littering will not be permitted. Trash and recyclable materials shall be placed in the appropriate containers.
Attendees must exit the festival grounds at the conclusion of festival events.
The SC Strawberry Festival and the Town of Fort Mill are not responsible for any items that are lost, stolen, left unattended and/or left on the premises during or after the conclusion of festival activities. A lost and found tent will be provided near the playground.
Please note that the festival grounds are located in a large, open field. While some areas are accessible via a paved walkway, the majority of the festival grounds will be unpaved and may include small dips or other formations. Please wear comfortable shoes and use caution when moving around the park.
You must be at least 21 years of age to purchase and/or consume alcoholic beverages.
Alcoholic beverages will be sold on Friday, May 3rd (6:00 PM to 10:00 PM) and Saturday, May 4th (4:00 PM to 9:00 PM) only.
ID check and ticket sale stations will open at 6:00 PM on Friday, May 3rd, and 3:00 PM on Saturday, May 4th.
Any individual wishing to purchase and/or consume alcoholic beverages must obtain a wristband from one of our ID check stations. A government issued ID will be required in order to verify age and obtain a wristband. Please keep your wristband on and visible at all times.
You must have a ticket in order to purchase beer. Beer tickets may be purchased from the ID check stations. Once a beer ticket is purchased, it cannot be exchanged for cash.
Persons who are intoxicated or appear intoxicated will be refused service and may be removed from the festival grounds.
Safety first: If you or someone you know needs assistance calling a cab, please see one of our “Berry Brigade” volunteers, or stop by the public safety tent near the playground.
If you have any questions about these rules of conduct, please feel free to contact us by phone at (803) 547-2116 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.