Ultra Music Festival has announced their extensive list of prohibited items, which includes many of the things that have become necessities for festival goers. Most notably, masks, spray bottles, bags and backpacks (unless they're clear), and whistles (though I'm sure not everyone will be upset by this one). Camelbacks on the other hand will be permitted in the festival. Another notable item on the prohibited list are camera poles, or "selfie sticks." Bad news for festival goers who want the standard main stage selfie... looks like you'll have to resort to asking someone to take the picture for you like the olden days. Also, with the festival not allowing totems, finding your friends is also going to be a bit more difficult. Check out the full list of prohibited items below, and go to the official Ultra Music Festival website for more information.

No Illegal or illicit substances, drugs, or drug paraphernalia
No weapons of any kind including, but not limited to, pocket knives or self defense sprays
No flammable items or liquids including aerosols and fireworks
No markers, pens or spray paint
No backpacks, purses, or bags allowed except bags made of clear plastic, clear vinyl, or clear PVC not exceeding 13”x17”
No stuffed animals
No facial masks
No outside food or beverage including alcohol
No bottles, cans, canteens, flasks, or coolers
No opened over the counter medication or eye drops
No opened packs of cigarettes or tampons
No pacifiers, glow sticks
No balloons, balls, inflatable balls, Frisbees or flying disks
No umbrellas, chairs, blankets, sleeping bags or tents
No bicycles, skateboards, scooters, or personal motorized vehicles
No animals except for service animals assisting an individual with a disability
No large chains, chained wallets or spiked jewelry
No laser pens, laser pointers, or similar focused light devices
No water guns, squirt guns, spray bottles or misters
No musical instruments, noisemakers or air horns
No whistles
No professional cameras, flash cameras or video and audio recording equipment, or camera poles
No poles, sticks, or “totems”

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