The Dome Rules
- All fans will be subject to security screening prior to entry into The Dome at America’s Center.
- A clear bag policy will be in effect. Approved bags include clear plastic bags no larger than 12″ x 6″ x 12″, standard one-gallon disposable zip-top bags, or a small clutch, with or without a handle, no larger than 4.5″ x 6.5″. Any bags outside of the above will not be allowed into the venue. All bags are subject to search.
- The event does
allow signs as long as they fit the following criteria:
- Signs cannot be larger than 28”x 22”
- Signs cannot display profanity or objectionable images
- Signs cannot contain political wording/images. Additionally, wording/images must be in good taste
- Signs cannot be on sticks/poles and security personnel does have the permission to ask guests with signs to lower their signs that are obstructing the view of other guests.
- Report a problem immediately. If you need assistance, please contact a uniformed Dome staff member or police officer.
- For your safety, standing on the seats or blocking aisles is prohibited. The aisles must remain clear to allow for unobstructed passage by others.
- Bring essentials including emergency phone numbers and a list of any medical information.
- Use the buddy system. Stay with your friends when moving throughout the Dome.
- Pick a place to meet up. Please identify a place inside and outside of the Dome to meet up in the event you become separated from your group.
- Large bags as per above clear bag policy
- Professional cameras (meaning cameras with removable lens…cameras must be able to fit into a shirt pocket)
- Video cameras, Go Pros, iPads, audio equipment, and selfie sticks
- Food not dispensed by The Dome’s concessionaires
- Glass containers (of any kind), bottles, cans, coolers; containers, and thermoses
- Beverages; including alcoholic beverages
- Chains (of any kind)
- Glitter or confetti
- Peanuts in the shell
- Projectiles (i.e. Frisbees, footballs or beach balls)
- Poles or sticks of any kind
- Laser pens or laser pointers
- Laptop computers
- Animals or pets (excluding service animals)
- Artificial noisemakers of any kind (i.e. cowbells or air horns)
- Illegal drugs or substances
- Fireworks, candles, flares, and balloons
- Firearms; knives; missiles and weapons of any kind; mace and pepper gas;
- Any item that could obstruct a guest’s view of the event
- Any other item deemed dangerous or inappropriate by management, and any other item(s) deemed to be offensive or of risk.