FAQ

What are the festival dates and hours?


Fête du Void will be held October 1 & 2, 2021.
Gates open at 8 AM on Friday, October 1st.
Check back for updated venue and camping information.


Where is Fête du Void located?


The address is 1194 W Santa Fe Rd, Oakdale, La 71463.


Is there a map of the festival?


Yup! The official 2021 map will be released a few weeks before the festival. We will post in on
Facebook, Instagram, and The Iceman Special’s website. Download a copy of the festival map to
your phone or print a copy of it out before you come.


What should I bring with me?


As the Boy Scouts say, always be prepared! Here’s some pointers on how to enhance your
camping experience. Just because we’re camping doesn’t mean we are roughing it.

 

DON’T LEAVE HOME WITHOUT IT:
Camping gear
Tents & Shelters
Sleeping Bags & Beds
Tarp
Cooler and/or water jugs
Lantern / flashlight / headlamp (AND extra batteries!)
Stainless steel water bottle (or two!) (we will have fresh drinking water on site)

Camping chairs, hammocks, tables, and anything else that might help create a comfy home-away-from-home

Rain gear (failure to bring it increases the chance of rain)
Your favorite hoodie (yes, it CAN get cold in Central LA)
Extra socks/shoes/sneakers (take care of your feet and they’ll take care of you!)
Rubber boots (in case of rain)
Bug spray (we recommend without DEET – be green!)
Sunscreen (lots of it)
Hat
Bandana (in Louisiana, you’re probably going to sweat)
Sunglasses
trash bags (we strive to be a leave no trace event, and appreciate your help)
Toilet paper (we will have, but never hurts to have an extra roll)
Flag or balloon to identify your campsite
Extra set of keys to keep with you at all times (avoid keeping keys in your car!)
Cash to buy food, art, and merch


YOU DON’T NEED IT TO SURVIVE, BUT YOU’LL BE HAPPY YOU HAVE IT:
Small luggage lock for your tent (Fête du Void is not responsible for any lost or stolen items)
Environmentally friendly soaps and shampoos
Smokers—bring an ashtray! Every butt you throw on the ground, someone else has to pick up!

Extra wigs (and eyelashes)
Blanket (for sitting)
Earplugs (for sleeping or saving your precious hearing)
Portable speakers or radio
Portable cellphone charger
A towel (if you want to shower or sunbathe)

 

Are children allowed at the festival?


Yes, but all children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent at ALL times.

Is there a minimum age requirement?


Fête du Void is an 18 and older event, but those under 21 may not consume alcohol at the
festival (local sheriff’s deputies will be stationed at the entrance; don’t make us introduce you to
them).
Please note that any attendee over the age of 12 will need a ticket to enter. (see above for the
policy about bringing children).

What can / can't I bring?


Each person, their belongings, and their vehicle are subject to search upon entry. Please view
the list below to see what you can and cannot bring in specific to different areas of the festival.


CAMPGROUND
YES Alcohol
YES Food / drinks
YES Point and shoot cameras / cameras with detachable lens less than 2” long
YES Bicycles or any other 2-wheeled transportation device (we are not responsible for lost or
stolen bikes)
YES Small camping stoves
NO Generators (if you bring one it must be less than 4K watts w/ a sound rating of less than 65
db)
NO BBQ pits or open flame grills
NO Glass!!!!!!!!!!!! (There will likely be several barefoot bandits present)
NO Kegs
NO Weapons
NO Drones
NO Fireworks
NO Illegal Substances
NO Professional cameras (with detachable lenses longer than 2” long)
NO Pets (even really, really tiny ones)

NO Box trucks / trailers
NO
Laser pens or similar focused light device
NO Vending (sharing, yes. Selling, no)
 

MAIN VENUE
YES Water bottles
YES Backpacks

YES Waist pack, fanny packs, or similar
YES Blankets
YES Lawn chair
YES Blankets
YES Point and shoot cameras / cameras with detachable lens less than 2” long
YES Totem (Be reasonable please. Must be made of light material: swim noodles, foam type
material, cardboard tubes, fabric, light plastic, balloons, aluminum and/or blow up items.)
NO tripods
NO Totems made of hard woods and/or other materials that may cause injury if dropped. This
includes flag poles and heavy sticks.
NO Anything that’s prohibited elsewhere on festival grounds