4-Wheel Jamboree Rules & Regulations- Indianapolis, IN 2021

 

Strict enforcement of these rules will take place 2021. We’re dedicated to the health and safety of everyone and there will be a zero tolerance rule in place.

Bonnier Events expects and requires all participants to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner during all activities of the event.

There will be a ZERO TOLERANCE policy on disruptive behavior at all events. Bonnier Events WILL pull your show credentials for any inappropriate conduct inside or outside of the show grounds.

 

Credential Information- Participant entry fee includes:

Two (2) wristbands (for the driver and 1 adult passenger), a window sticker for your vehicle that must be adhered and displayed on the driver’s side of the windshield, a window card for show N Shine entry and a goodie bag. Your entry also covers up to 5 children aged 15 years old and younger that ride in your vehicle onto the show grounds. Wristbands/tickets are not distributed for children 15 years old and younger, and they must enter the grounds in a participant vehicle. If you need additional adult or child tickets for passengers in your vehicle, you may purchase them in advance online or at the Registration trailer when checking in.  The checkpoint entry will qualify any passengers and determine the need to purchase extra tickets.

 

In order to participate in the Cruise Route inside the show, you must be registered as a participant and have a state registered and insured street legal vehicle. You can register a SxS or non-street legal truck if you want to trailer it to the fairgrounds and park it inside the show for display purposes. You will not be permitted to drive it in the Cruise for liability reasons. A race vehicle that will be trailered in that you intend to race, should be registered, but also cannot be driven inside the show grounds other than to/from the in-field.  Golf Carts can be registered as well, however, please avoid driving inside the cruise route for your safety. If you have any questions, please email us at ParticipantRegistration@BonnierCorp.com

 

Registered vehicles driven in the cruise are to be properly insured, licensed street legal vehicles. Please be prepared to show proof of vehicle insurance if asked.

 

Legal age of Participants:

All participants must be at least 18 years of age with a valid driver’s license to register and drive a vehicle into the show. If a participant is under 18, with a valid driver’s license, a parent or legal guardian must sign a Parental Release Form at the Registration area PRIOR to entering the show. The minor will also need to sign a release and present their valid driver’s license.

 

NEW! Participant Reserved Vehicle Display Space:

This year we have rolled out the ability for participants to reserve their own personal vehicle spaces inside the show grounds, eliminated the need to arrive early to stake out their spots.  Please see your Participant confirmation email for information on how to reserve your spot(s).  Bonnier Events will assure that the space(s) that you purchase is reserved for you exclusively. Please note it is not required to purchase a spot. Any participant who has not reserved a spot may enter the fairgrounds any time after Registration opens on Thursday at 12:00 noon and park in any spot that is not marked as "reserved".

 

Pick-up of Registration Credentials:

In order to pick up your Registration credentials, the person who is registered must show their valid, un-expired Driver’s License at the Registration pick-up area at each event. Due to liability, you cannot pick up someone else’s Registration materials even if you have their confirmation and ID.

 

Registration will be open for pick-up during the following times:

Thursday, September 16, 2021 12:00pm-6:00pm

Friday, September 17, 2021- 8:00am-6:00pm

Saturday, September 18, 2021- 8:00am-6:00pm

Sunday, September 19, 2021- 8:00am-10:00am

 

 

Refund & Change Policy:

Once you purchase a registration for a vehicle, it is not refundable at any time prior to, or after the show. If you wish to change the vehicle you registered to a different vehicle, you may do so up until 2 weeks prior to the show by contacting ParticipantRegistration@BonnierCorp.com. Handling fees are never refundable.

 

Participant Trailers:

Trailered show vehicles must be unloaded at Registration or trailer parking and driven into the show.   No trailers will be allowed to be driven into the fairgrounds at any time. If your vehicle is entered into a race in the event, you will be able to tow your trailer into the racing area but you MUST obtain a tow-vehicle sticker from Registration pick-up.

 

COVID-19:

If Bonnier Events cancels or postpones an event due to government mandates pertaining to COVID19, registrations will be refunded minus the online processing fee.

 

 

Participant Conduct:

Bonnier Events expects and requires all participants to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner during all activities of the event. Management will under no circumstances, tolerate any of the following: drunkenness, public nudity, burnouts, recklessness, foul language, standing up in the truck bed, fighting or the throwing of anything from the vehicle including beads, candy and other objects. There will be no more than 5 people allowed to ride in the back of any truck bed. There will be a ZERO TOLERANCE policy on disruptive behavior at all events. Bonnier Events WILL pull your show credentials for any inappropriate conduct inside or outside of the show grounds. Security is present to ensure a fun event for everyone, please comply when they make a request.

 

Participant Amenities:

Participants are permitted to bring coolers into the show in their vehicle for food and soft drinks. We ask that NO GLASS bottles be brought onto the show grounds. Drinks in aluminum cans should be put into a can coozie or poured into a cup. Beverages and/or coolers will NOT be permitted to be carried into the grandstand area. Please remember that spectators entering the show from the walk-through gates are NOT permitted to bring food or drinks onto the show grounds, so please be considerate in this matter. There is only ONE gate that participants can enter with coolers, which is the participant gate. No entry is allowed through a spectator gate with coolers of any kind and will be stopped by event personnel.

 

Vehicle Security at the show:

Security will be provided starting at the opening of on-site Registration and continuing through the close of the show on Sunday, but you leave your vehicle and trailer at your own risk.  Bonnier Events does not guarantee the safety or security of any property left at any site at any time. We take reasonable measures to prevent theft and damage, but we do not guarantee it.

 

Alternate modes of transport:

For safety reasons, the use of all personal means of transportation including bicycles (children or adult), scooters, golf carts, ATV’s, motorcycles, mini-bikes, segways is forbidden on the show grounds at all times including show days & vendor set-up days. If you have registered a golf cart as part of your registration, those are permitted on show days.

 

ADA Vehicles:

Persons having their own three-wheeled electric unit may bring them, along with ADA credentials, to the show office to obtain an authorized sticker for use at the show. Acceptable credentials include an official state permit, an ADA license or a doctor’s letter verifying the need for an ADA unit. Additionally, all privately owned three-wheeled ADA units are subject to approval.

 

Animals & Pets:

We do not allow animals into the event. This includes, but is not limited to dogs, cats, snakes, birds etc. Please leave your pets at home or at your hotel, as we will not allow them into the event or on any part of the fairgrounds including parking lots or campgrounds. Officially registered service animals are permitted by law.

 

Drones:

Drones are not permitted at any Bonnier Events. Any person found flying a drone will be subject to immediate expulsion from the event.

 

Cruise Rules:

Bonnier Events is committed to ensuring a safe and enjoyable cruise experience at our events. Cruise lanes will be properly marked, and no cruising is permitted outside the defined lanes. The maximum cruise speed is 15 MPH., conditions permitting and all violators will be subject to immediate expulsion from the event.   Any participant doing burnouts or rolling coal will also be subject to immediate expulsion. THERE WILL BE ZERO TOLERANCE for any behavior that endangers the well-being of our participants or spectators.  All cruise participants are subject to the laws and regulations of both the State in which the event takes place, and the facility.  Bonnier Events reserves the right to deny any vehicle participation in Cruise routes based on concerns of driver impairment, safety of vehicle or violation of either event rules, governing laws, or facility regulations. You must be a licensed and insured driver to participate in the cruise. Furthermore, anyone encouraging people to break the rules, will also be subject to immediate expulsion.