The Sci-Fi on the Rock Committee members and volunteers are responsible for assuring that all persons who participate in Sci-Fi on the Rock events and activities do so in an atmosphere free of all forms of harassment, exploitation, or intimidation. Harassment of any kind is unlawful and impedes the realization of Sci-Fi on the Rock’s mission to inform, support, promote, defend and advocate for our members, guests, and attendees. Sci-Fi on the Rock will respond promptly and effectively to reports of harassment and discrimination of any kind and will take appropriate action to prevent, to correct, and if necessary, to discipline behavior that violates this policy. This policy applies to any events or spaces sponsored by Sci-Fi on the Rock, including but not limited to the annual Sci-Fi on the Rock Festival, fundraisers, events, and the Sci-Fi on the Rock website.
Filming at some select events may not be permitted. You will be removed from the festival without permission for re-entry. We ask all attendees to follow “Wheaton’s Law.” Be considerate and respectful of your environment, and of the other attendees who may be in your film. If you are filming costumes – ensure you get permission from that individual before taking their image. Photography during the autograph sessions may be prohibited where noted. Filming should be for personal use only. With the exception of officially permitted photographers / videographers, any photography, film or audio released (via any medium) for personal gain or profit is not permitted.
For the safety of all festival attendees, the following policy towards such items will be strictly enforced. Costumers are expected to read and comply to it completely. Failure to do so will result in warnings and potentially loss of festival membership.
Two very important things to remember first and foremost:
The decision of the festival staff members are final and will be strictly enforced to ensure a safe environment for all festival attendees.