There are ATMs at several locations throughout the grounds.
Each guest may bring soft-sided coolers no larger than 10"x7"x7", regular-sized/unframed backpacks, and 2 factory-sealed water bottles no larger than 1 liter inside the grounds. It's also okay to bring empty plastic or aluminum water bottles.
Personal cameras are okay, but not detachable lens cameras.
Guests with disabilities should head to the Access Center, near the Barton Springs entrance, where they will find helpful people and amenities. There they can pick up a map showing viewing areas for guests with mobility issues or those who are hard of hearing. These viewing areas are first-come, first-served. There are accessible portalets on the grounds. Guests requiring sign language interpretation should contact the Access Center well ahead of the event. Service animals are welcome.
The grounds are wheelchair accessible, but the distance between stages can be large, and most travel is over natural terrain. The venue doesn't provide personal care, golf cart rides, or push service, and it doesn't provide wheelchairs for rent. Two-wheeled scooters, golf carts, and other such vehicles aren't allowed. The wheelchair platforms are first-come, first-served.
Accessible parking near the festival is limited and first-come, first-served. Free shuttle buses equipped with lifts for wheelchairs are provided at the corner of 4th and Guadalupe Streets. They run between that spot and the entrances Friday through Sunday from 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. Central time. There are also golf cart shuttles at marked pickup spots in the accessible lots that take guests from the lots to the entrances.
To turn in or retrieve a lost item head to the lost and found booth.
The following items aren't allowed inside the grounds:
There are security officers and emergency medical staff on site. Guests experiencing a safety or medical issue should contact a police officer or staff member.