The Bayou Country Superfest is being held at LSU Tigers Stadium in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on Memorial Day weekend, May 27-29, 2016. The festival brings some of the top acts in Country Music to Baton Rouge.
There will be a crowd of Country Music fans at the festival, which features top Country acts, including Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Jason Aldean, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Darius Rucker and more.
In order to keep the stadium safe and comfortable for the crowd, items that are dangerous and/or disruptive have been banned from the festival. Following are the items that you should not try to bring to Bayou Country Superfest.
Weapons of any kind are banned from the festival. This includes guns, firearms, knives,and any other potential weapons.
Flags and flagpoles, along with any other obstruction or intrusive objects are banned Umbrellas, banners, oversized stadium seats, and noisemakers are also banned from festival grounds.
Food and beverages are not allowed to be brought in from the outside.
Bags and backpackers larger than 8.5"x11" are not allowed. Containers, coolers, ice chests, cups, cans, and bottles of any kind are prohibited.
Professional photography equipment, including SLR/DSLR cameras with detachable lenses are prohibited. Video cameras and audio recording devices are not allowed.
Pets are not allowed, with the exception of service animals.
Light up signs larger than 18"x24" are banned. Small light up signs are allowed in the bowl seating only, and are not allowed on the floor.
Everyone who enters the stadium is subject to search. Banned items will be confiscated and will be thrown away. When in doubt about an item, it is best to leave it at home or in the car.