If you’re headed out to Intersect Music Festival this weekend, sneak a peek at this essential info including parking and daily set times!
Intersect Music Festival is just a few days away and the excitement is building. With interactive art installations and an incredible lineup of music, there is a little something for everyone. The lineup is packed with powerful electronic artists like Tokimonsta, Flying Lotus (3D experience), Jamie XX, and Gesaffelstein as well as delivering some R&B, rock, and alternative artists into the mix.
But before you head to Sin City to get down on the dancefloor, we’ve compiled all the details that you’ll need to know to have a fun weekend. From daily set times to which items you should leave at home, read on for all the important info!
Related: Check out who we’re listening to from the Intersect Lineup with this Spotify Playlist!
Intersect Music Festival 2019 Essential Info:
Intersect is an all-ages event BUT anyone under 17 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. A legal guardian must have proper documentation. No exceptions.
Intersect Music Festival 2019 Set Times:
Intersect’s festival grounds are only accessible by walking, rideshare/taxi, and public transportation. There is no onsite parking or direct access to the festival grounds for passenger vehicles.
Get dropped off by an Uber/Lyft at 810 Circus Circus Drive. From there, you can walk into the south entrance.
Las Vegas Monorail
- Ride the Las Vegas Monorail to the Sahara Station.
- From there, walk across the Monorail pedestrian bridge above Paradise Rd.
- Make your way through the Sahara Las Vegas Hotel (formerly known as the SLS), and cross Las Vegas Blvd. to enter the festival grounds.
Take the Deuce on the Strip or the Strip & Downtown Express (SDX). Both buses stop by the Las Vegas Festival Grounds on Las Vegas Blvd.
There is no parking available on-site at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds.
Do’s & Don’ts:
- Weapons or harmful objects of any kind, including edged blades and sharp, pointy, or blunt bludgeoning objects
- Toy or replica weapons, including BB, pellet, and Airsoft guns, as well as objects that shoot projectiles
- Mace, pepper spray, or other dangerous chemicals and compounds
- Explosives (including fireworks and firearm ammunition of any kind)
- Illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia
- Selfie sticks, totems, signs, posters, flags, and banners
- Unauthorized/unlicensed vendors
- Unauthorized solicitations, handbills, samplings, giveaways, etc.
- Drones and UAVs (subject to large fines)
- Bicycles, skateboards, scooters, roller/inline skates, and motorized vehicles
- Airboards, hoverboards, and Segways
- Outside food and alcoholic beverages
- Face masks of any kind or tactical gear
- Aluminum cans
- Glass and disposable containers
- Coolers and thermos-type containers
- Aerosol cans
- Bare feet (shoes must be worn at all times)
- Clear bags larger than 12″ x 12″ x 6″
- Non-clear bags larger than 6.5″ x 4.5″
- Animals or pets (acceptable service animals excluded)
- Laser pointers or similar focused light devices
- Laptops, tablets, and personal computers
- Blankets, sheets, and towels larger than 11″ x 18″
- Seat cushions or chairs
- Lights or glow sticks
- Noise-making or distractive devices, including air horns, bullhorns, thunder sticks, and whistles
- Chains, chain wallets, or studded/spiked jewelry
- Umbrellas, tents, and parasols
- Wagons and strollers
- Video, professional photography, or audio recording equipment
- Walkie-talkies and two-way radios
- Sharpies, markers, and spray paint
- Stuffed animals, toys, and squirt guns
- Clear Backpacks, totes and purses (Max Size 12″ x 12″ x 6”)
- Small clutch bags and fanny packs up to 6.5” x 4.5” do not need to be clear (about the size of your hand)
- Small towels (max size 11″ x 18″)
- Empty water containers, bota bags, water bottles, misters (must be emptied prior to the entrance)
- Cameras (no detachable lenses)
- Cigarettes and tobacco products (sealed)
- Ear plugs
- Eye drops (sealed)
- GoPros (but no GoPro sticks or extended poles)
- Gum and mints (sealed)
- Hand Sanitizer (sealed)
- Baby wipes (sealed)
- Lip balm (sealed)
- Makeup (sealed)
- Phones and phone chargers
- Sunscreen (sealed, no aerosols)
- Prescription medicine (all prescription medicines must be in a marked bottle, and you must have photo-matching ID with you)
Reminder To Mind Your Belongings:
Unfortunately, many people have reported pickpockets, bag slashings, and theft of wallets, smartphones, purses, and other valuables during this festival season. While this small number of bad apples in the bunch doesn’t define an entire crowd, there are opportunistic people who come to these events to take advantage of unsuspecting partygoers and it’s important to be mindful of your valuables while at Intersect Music Festival.
Looking for tips to keep your belongings safe? Check our post highlighting some ideas!