Dress Code Policy
Any article of clothing or accessory worn by an individual (staff, festival participants, or the general public) that causes or has the potential to cause a disruption to the festival environment will not be allowed.
Clothing, jewelry, backpacks, buckles, and tattoos shall be free of writing, pictures, or any other insignia that are crude, vulgar, hateful, profane, or sexually suggestive or which advocate racial, ethnic, or religious prejudice or the use of drugs, violence, or weapons. This includes phrases/names, which may have dual meaning as well as clothes that are worn indicating gang affiliation, such as gloves, bandanas of certain colors and/or any other type of colored clothing.
Shirts and footwear must be worn on the property as all times. The general public may not be shirtless and/or barefoot at any time on the festival property.
Excessive use of profane or vulgar spoken language is not allowed.
Tattoos that depict anything prohibited in these rules must be covered at all times.
Attire with stylized writing designating gang-related phrases is prohibited.
Any individual may be asked to remove or change any garment or accessory that is determined by a festival official to be disruptive, dangerous, or inappropriate.
The Viking Festival reserves the right to not allow admittance to any individual who is considered noncompliant in any way or form to any part of the Viking Festival Dress Code Policy. Should any individual be found to be noncompliant to any part of the Dress Code Policy on festival property, he or she may be removed from the property. In addition, lewd, drunken, or any behavior deemed inappropriate by festival staff will be grounds for removal.