We are all in this together and safety is crucial for a positive experience.

PRIVACY

A sense of safety extends to your privacy. What you share about your needs or concerns, medical or otherwise, remains confidential.

COMMUNITY SAFETY

We are all in this together. We all pitch in to maintain a sense of community. No one should ever question their safety, health, or overall well-being. Be accountable not just for yourself, but for the people around you. If you or someone around you is in trouble, find help.

CONSENT

Honor the boundaries of personal space that can only be redefined by mutual and enthusiastic consent.

When should i ask for consent?

Consent must be an ongoing agreement. Yes can turn into a no at any moment and no always means no.

Communication

Always ask before taking a photo, touching or advancing any physical interaction.

What if someone is intoxicated?

As a rule, if someone is too drunk or high they can’t consent.

Avoid confrontations

Monitor yourself, no means no – even when said politely or gently.

WHAT TO WEAR

Hyperspace is an all outdoor event in warm-weather conditions. Temperatures may vary, so come prepared. Expect warm days, chilly nights. Warm bedding, closed-toe shoes and layers are a must.

STAY HYDRATED

You are away from home, sleeping outdoors, catching rays and dancing your face off, so it is easy to slack on the self-care.

Drink water! You have access to free water spigots throughout the festival that will replenish you with an unlimited supply of fresh mountain-spring water.

Bring and carry your reusable water container. Drink before you’re thirsty. Dehydration takes a toll on your health and literally dries out the quality of your experience.

It’s recommended to drink a gallon of water per day. If your pee isn’t clear and odorless, you’re dehydrated!

DRUGS & ALCOHOL

The sale of alcohol and drugs is strictly prohibited. Alcohol is allowed in the festival but for personal consumption only by adults of drinking age, 21 and over. No glass containers allowed. Alcohol and drug use can jeopardize your health and get you in precarious situations. If you or someone needs help, ask! Your privacy will be respected and is confidential. Health and safety come first.

Warning signs of overdose

  • Blurred vision
  • Irregular breathing
  • Disorientation and confusion
  • Unconsciousness
  • Sleepiness and inability to sleep and/or talk
  • Difficulty walking or standing
  • Seizures
  • Discolored or pale skin
  • Skin that is hot and dry or cool and sweaty instead of hot and sweaty

MEDICAL TEAM

The medic station will be on 24-hour standby. If you, someone you know, or someone you see, looks like they need medical assistance, contact a Hyperspace safety or medical staff member. For your safety the medical team is staffed w/ licensed professionals and are ready to help.

      SAFETY TEAM

      There will be a safety team working a 24-hour circuit throughout the event. They’re your friends. They’ve got your back. They provide the peace of mind in knowing there is always someone nearby whose main focus is keeping everyone safe.

      EMERGENCY VEHICLE ACCESS

      The roads within Hyperspace aren’t conventional and are restricted to emergency and maintenance vehicles, so  they may move quickly and freely to help us. Please park and camp in designated areas and refrain from driving around unless it’s absolutely needed. Driving speed throughout the campground is 5 mph.

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      We are all in this together and safety is crucial for a positive experience.

      PRIVACY

      A sense of safety extends to your privacy. What you share about your needs or concerns, medical or otherwise, remains confidential.

      COMMUNITY SAFETY

      We are all in this together. We all pitch in to maintain a sense of community. No one should ever question their safety, health, or overall well-being. Be accountable not just for yourself, but for the people around you. If you or someone around you is in trouble, find help.

      CONSENT

      Honor the boundaries of personal space that can only be redefined by mutual and enthusiastic consent.

      When should i ask for consent?

      Consent must be an ongoing agreement. Yes can turn into a no at any moment and no always means no.

      Communication

      Always ask before taking a photo, touching or advancing any physical interaction.

      What if someone is intoxicated?

      As a rule, if someone is too drunk or high they can’t consent.

      Avoid confrontations

      Monitor yourself, no means no – even when said politely or gently.

      WHAT TO WEAR

      Hyperspace is an all outdoor event in warm-weather conditions. Temperatures may vary, so come prepared. Expect warm days, chilly nights. Warm bedding, closed-toe shoes and layers are a must.

      STAY HYDRATED

      You are away from home, sleeping outdoors, catching rays and dancing your face off, so it is easy to slack on the self-care.

      Drink water! You have access to free water spigots throughout the festival that will replenish you with an unlimited supply of fresh mountain-spring water.

      Bring and carry your reusable water container. Drink before you’re thirsty. Dehydration takes a toll on your health and literally dries out the quality of your experience.

      It’s recommended to drink a gallon of water per day. If your pee isn’t clear and odorless, you’re dehydrated!

      DRUGS & ALCOHOL

      The sale of alcohol and drugs is strictly prohibited. Alcohol is allowed in the festival but for personal consumption only by adults of drinking age, 21 and over. No glass containers allowed. Alcohol and drug use can jeopardize your health and get you in precarious situations. If you or someone needs help, ask! Your privacy will be respected and is confidential. Health and safety come first.

      Warning signs of overdose

      • Blurred vision
      • Irregular breathing
      • Disorientation and confusion
      • Unconsciousness
      • Sleepiness and inability to sleep and/or talk
      • Difficulty walking or standing
      • Seizures
      • Discolored or pale skin
      • Skin that is hot and dry or cool and sweaty instead of hot and sweaty

      MEDICAL TEAM

      The medic station will be on 24-hour standby. If you, someone you know, or someone you see, looks like they need medical assistance, contact a Hyperspace safety or medical staff member. For your safety the medical team is staffed w/ licensed professionals and are ready to help.

      SAFETY TEAM

      There will be a safety team working a 24-hour circuit throughout the event. They’re your friends. They’ve got your back. They provide the peace of mind in knowing there is always someone nearby whose main focus is keeping everyone safe.

      EMERGENCY VEHICLE ACCESS

      The roads within Hyperspace aren’t conventional and are restricted to emergency and maintenance vehicles, so  they may move quickly and freely to help us. Please park and camp in designated areas and refrain from driving around unless it’s absolutely needed. Driving speed throughout the campground is 5 mph.

      Subscribe To Our Newsletter