HOT!HOT!HOT! have a number of restrictions for entrance into festival events:
– Appear to obey the laws of the land and especially where breaking them would impede the operations of the festival. Drugs are no more legal at our events than in the rest of the city. The promoters of HOT!HOT!HOT! are not working with the Victorian Police, the AFP, or even local authorities to make this a crime-free event, but that’s not to say they’re not walking amongst us.
– Please do not bring weapons to the festival unless you require them for defence from the state, and again please dont let us know.
– You will not be searched at the entrance to any HOT!HOT!HOT! events; we will not be looking for illegal substances or materials, and if we see them we wont be going to the police about it. It’s none of our business, unless you make it ours.
– Legal highs are obviously permitted at the event; but really you want to question your life choices; hell even those e-cigarettes are pretty suspect.
– If you are ejected from a HOT!HOT!HOT! event, no re-entry will be permitted
– Adult vs. All ages. Sort of. HOT!HOT!HOT! is an all ages festival, though some events will better suit adults and some may better suit all ages.
– No animals, with the exception of registered guide or hearing dogs or like any cat really. Or crows or owls. They are definitely allowed. A rat? You could probably bring a rat. No snakes or dragons. The organisers of HOT!HOT!HOT! can really not stress enough that there are to be no dragons brought into festival events.
– No flares or fireworks
– No flares or bell bottoms
– No drones.
– No flash photography, unless where expressly approved through official festival signage.
– HOT!HOT!HOT! management reserve the right to refuse admission