Q and A on keeping you safe at Snowfest 2020!

The Friends of Two Rivers Snowfest want you to know that your safety is always top of mind for us as we plan Snowfest 2020. We are committed to doing this event in the safest ways that we can for both our attendees and for our volunteers and vendors. We have consulted, and continue to work with all national, state, and local authorities on the safest ways to make this event happen at this time. We have integrated their suggestions and guidance into the layout and processes that will occur at the festival.
During this time there often seems to be more questions than answers to so many things. To help clear any confusion about what we are doing with Snowfest 2020 to keep you safe we thought putting some questions and answers together would help clear the air a bit.

Will you be implementing mask requirements or temperature checks?
Masks are strongly encouraged to be worn by attendees but will not be required and will not be provided. Limited number of face coverings will be available to purchase at the event. We will not be taking temperatures of attendees at the gate.

 
Will social distancing be enforced?
Social distancing will be requested to be practiced throughout the grounds. Service areas for food and beverages and the festival area itself will be set up to promote social distancing at all times. If attendees are experiencing fever or any symptoms of COVID-19, we ask that you not attend Snowfest. If you do not feel comfortable or safe attending an event such as Snowfest during the current COVID-19 pandemic, we request that you not attend however we do have an option for you to be involved.

 
What changes will be made for this year’s event?
Here are some of the changes implemented and potential impacts these changes will have on attendees. These changes have been made to make the festival safer for attendees.
• Admission entrances will be reduced to 25% of the maximum capacity of the area and the grounds fenced to monitor and limit daily attendance.
• Social distancing is requested at all times while on the grounds. Festivalgoers may bring their own chairs for music events and shows.
• Lines for food will be spaced out to six feet between each customer
• Volunteers are being asked to comply with all appropriate WEDC (Wisconsin Economic Development Council) and CDC (Centers for Disease Control) guidelines including the use of masks, temperature checks and symptom screening prior to their shift.
• All food surfaces and non-food surfaces will be cleaned per WEDC and CDC guidelines with approved products
• The festival grounds will be sanitized at the end of each day
• All beverages will be in single use containers
• Hand sanitizing stations and handwashing areas will be found throughout the festival grounds
• Signage will be posted with the symptoms of the virus requesting you to not attend if you are experiencing any of them.
• We will be using tickets for beverages and most food items to limit the handling of cash during the event. Cashless payment for tickets will be available as well.

 

Will there be some type of virtual/drive-thru option for guests to experience Snowfest 2020?
All of the musical performances and highlights of the events throughout the day will be livestreamed during the event. Please check back to trsnowfest.org in the coming weeks for more information on when and where you can catch all the action from home.

 

How can I still support Snowfest 2020?
If you would like to support Snowfest 2020, you can do so by supporting the Friends of Two Rivers Snowfest through the Support Snowfest 2020 link on our home page The Friends of Two Rivers Snowfest is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization that is committed to providing a great experience for all of our festival guests

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