We have few rules and kindly ask you to follow them, for your safety and those around and with you.  

Look at them as a compass to orient yourself by while drifting in the orbit of this event. 


Safety is our #1 concern and breaching perimeter is the most SERIOUS safety offense we will handle swiftly, with Law Enforcement if necessary.
Once again for those in the back: 



NO Handheld Lasers
They have become too powerful to be deemed safe. Please don't bring them.


No Car Camping
After checking in at the Greeter Station, you will be directed to unload your gear and then park your vehicle in the designated parking area, away from camping and event areas.  
Only registered Art Cars, hybrid vehicles registered as generators (must be disguised and pimped out) or those needed by handicapped participants can stay with you at your campsite (must be covered up and decorated as well. They can't be driven during the event (with the exception of registered art cars)


Sound Policy
To make this event enjoyable for all, not pish off the few neighbors we have and keep the landlord happy, we need you to adhere to the following: 

  • All amplified sound is limited to 300 Watts, producing 90 db at 20 feet

  • All amplified sound is to be reduced to 60 db at 20 feet after 11:59pm on Wednesday, Thursday

  • All amplified sound is to be reduced to 60 db at 20 feet after 4am on Friday, Saturday

  • All amplified sound is to be reduced to 60 db at 11:59pm Sunday

  • NO amplified sound allowed on "The Dark Side Of The Moon" (wooded camping area across street from house)

  • NO renegade, unregistered amplified sound allowed (we need to be able to place your sound) 


TN Nudity Laws

​Although held on private property, TN Nudity Laws still apply.  To The Moon is an all ages event so please plan on wearing pasties, bikinis, loincloths, etc.


Pets / Service Animals 


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Only working service animals are allowed on The Moon. No other animals may be brought or kept on the event premises.

➽ Therapy animals

➽ Emotional support animals

➽ Personal pets

➽ Service Animals in training 

➽ Companion / Comfort animals are NOT working service animals and are NOT permitted

You and your pet will be turned away at the gate! 


Service animals are defined as dogs (or certain miniature horses) that are

⇨ individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities.

➥ Service animals must remain LEASHED and under control at ALL TiMES and will be asked to leave if the animal’s handler does not take effective action to control it.⬅


If you require a service animal to fully access the event, please inform us by no later than May 15, 2019 so that we can work with you to ensure comfort level for you and your service dog.

This is a closed event not open to the public and as such does not allow pets.

Under the ADA, we comply with allowing working service animals as needed due to disability.



Minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. If they cause problems during the event which lead to possible safety issues or are a severe nuisance to others, we may ask you to remove the offending minor, possibly your entire camp. Minors are NOT allowed to use, play with, operate nor hold fire, fire props, fire effects and pyro, including poofers.  



​No vending, selling or promoting is allowed at the event.


Ice will be the ONLY item available for purchase on site. 



Fireworks and effects are not allowed



No open ground and / or unattended fires. Use fire bowls! Fire effects with registered Theme Camps / Art Installations only please. 


Re-Entry Prohibited Unless 

  • for medical reasons

  • prior arrangements have been made

  • another invite is purchased 

  • Gate hours will be strictly adhered to unless prior arrangements have been made with event lead and / or property owner 


Porta - Potties
They are for human waste only - please use one-ply tp only 


Respect The Neighbors
Please respect the land, obey the speed limits and be courteous to those around you.


Please respect the right of others who may not wish to be photographed. Ask PERMISSION! If you see someone with a green wristband, that is a NO PHOTO policy indicator. 
Do not take pictures or video of participants wearing them! 


.... is not to be taken for granted.  Ask PERMISSION.

River Safety

  • Children under 13 must wear a flotation device. 

  • Children under 13 must wear water shoes (water shoes are highly recommended for Anyone for added 
safety and traction, especially if caught in a current). 

  • All minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian when in the water. 

  • Anyone caught committing the below two actions will be ejected from the burn immediately: 
– No jumping or diving off the bank into the river. – No swimming after dark