Treat yourself to lots of water because we're bringing back the free water refill stations to Something Wicked this year. You're also allowed to bring CamelBaks and bota bags on the festival grounds when you join the celebration, but keep in mind all CamelBaks and bota bags must arrive empty, non multi-pocket, and are subject to search upon entry to the event.
You can also bring previously purchased Something Wicked or Something Wonderful aluminum water bottles, but they too must be empty upon arrival to the festival gates. Water bottles will also be available for purchase at our merchandise booth and if you purchase bottled water from one of our vendors, you can reuse that container for free refills at the station as well.
Please remember to stay hydrated as you dance all day and into the night!
Spearheaded by the Ambassador Foundation, the Wicked Squad is an awesome mix of nurses, paramedics, and med students who will be on-site both days of the festival this Memorial Day weekend, ready to aid anyone in need of assistance. Their duties range from taking care of attendees on-the-spot, to supporting guests awaiting the arrival of dispatched response personnel, or simply escorting patrons to first aid.
Proactively providing assistance and care for those in need, the Wicked Squad will bridge the gap between fans, security, and medical personnel. If anything arises while you're at Something Wicked, don't hesitate to reach out to a member of the Wicked Squad - they're standing by ready to help.
Medical personnel will always be ready to help you at the First Aid booth, should you need any type of assistance at all - even if you just want to cool down and rehydrate with Gatorade, provided free of charge.