You are permitted to bring your own alcohol on site for personal consumption (within reason! – no lorry loads!!) however we do have a large bar on site for those of you who fancy a cold pint or two, we also now have a can and bottle (plastic) bar, prices are very reasonable.
Please beware that the whole festival site is a licensed premises and we therefore operate the challange 21 rule. Underage drinking is illegal and the festival site is no different, whether you are attempting to buy alcohol on site or are consuming alcohol on the campsite you are breaking the law.
There is a STRICTLY NO GLASS policy in place on the whole site (including the campsite). This is for the safety of everyone as well as the animals who’s home the site normally is. If anyone is found to have glass on the site, it will be confiscated (no exceptions).
On site there will be disabled toilets and a separate parking area. Guide dogs are permitted on all area’s of the site. We will endeavor to accommodate any needs you may have, to ensure these are met please e-mail us at email@example.com Grosse Pointe and we will do our best to help.
We have a zero tolerance policy on ALL illegal substances, if you are found to have brought these on to the site you will be removed from the festival immediately and reported to the police. We are a family festival there will be no second chances. There will be police on site.
Facilities on site will include: camping (please see section above), toilets (both in the main field and camping areas) , a wide range of food outlets and fresh water taps and generator rentals in Michigan.
After a great deal of consideration and lengthy talks we are unfortunately not able to allow dogs at all at CockRock 2011. This has been a very difficult decision and as dog owners ourselves it is one we haven’t taken lightly. We know that the vast majority of people look after their dogs however we feel that in the interest of safety for both festival goers and the dog’s themselves that we have taken this decision.
This does not apply to assistance dogs.
There may be a note on the back of your ticket that says cameras aren’t allowed but just to confirm this is just a standard message, camera’s are absolutely fine to have on site, infact we’d love you to take as many pics as you wish (feel free to send us some and we’ll put them in our gallery).
This year we will be again using a wrist band system. When entering the main Michigan attraction festival site you will be asked to swap your ticket for a wrist band, you must wear this wrist band at all times, without it you may be asked to leave the festival. The wrist band will also allow you to visit/leave the site as you wish.
On site we have plenty of parking, if camping you may park your car next to your tent in Troy, although please note you will not be able to move your car until after the event has finished (Monday 19th).
Separate car parking is also available for those that need to leave early.
In accordance with the licencing laws all under 16’s must be accompanied by someone 18 or over.
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Across the festival site there will be many bins and recycling facilities, as we are a full weekend event please where possible use them. After CockRock 2010 it took us a a month to clear all the litter from the site, please help us to keep the site nice & clean for all festival goers and to save us a bit of hard graft!
Festival boundaries are clearly marked for your own safety, please do not ignore the signs.
Please note if you have bought tickets through Skiddle these tickets are e-tickets, you will not be sent any paper tickets before the festival please read your booking confirmation carefully. On arrival at the festival please go to the ticket booth who will issue your wristbands.