Don't Bring Your iPad or Tablet to a Woodlands Pavilion Show
The venue will give you the option of putting the device back in your car, or checking it at the venue's information booth to claim it at the end of the event.
As always, Galle says to call the box office or check the Web site before coming to a show to see what will or will not be permitted. BuzzFest has the most stringent rules that she has seen, she adds.
BuzzFest XXX is set for Saturday, April 20, and the restrictions for that show are legion due to past transgressions of rowdy crowds.
Per the CWMP site:
No blankets, tarps, towels or lawn chairs. No umbrellas. Lawn chairs will NOT be sold at this event. No flags or signs. No professional (detachable lens) cameras, video or audio recording devices.
No food or beverages. No bottles of any kind. No chains, spikes, mace, binoculars, or laser pointers. No weapons. No signs. No large bags or backpacks. Small purses are permitted.Tablets, such as iPads and Kindles, are not permitted in the venue because they are a distraction to other guests and the artists.