Barn Burner BBQ 2020 Code of Conduct
Proudly Presented by Johnston’s Pork & Fraser Valley Specialty Poultry
Barn Burner BBQ would like to create an enjoyable and safe experience for all attending our event. BBBBQ ambassadors are on site to clarify polices, accessibility assistance, to respond to questions, and to work with the security team on preventing threatening activities and behaviors. Guests who demonstrate inappropriate and disruptive behavior are subject to immediate removal from the premises.
The event venue is on private property, premises are monitored by video camera throughout. Please be aware that your movements may be recorded.
Bag Check Policy
In order to provide a safe environment, you and your belongings may be subject to a search prior to entry into the event. By attending the event and entering the venue, you consent to such searches. If you elect not to consent to the search, you will be denied entry into the venue.
There will be male-identified and female-identified searchers working events. Guests are encouraged to select the line-up and searchers with whom they feel most comfortable. If you have any questions please speak to one of our security team for assistance.
BBBBQ management implements security protocol based on a number of factors. Guests should be aware that any number of items can be subject to security protocol including search and potential confiscation if warranted.
No Smoking Policy
In accordance with the City of Chilliwack’s Outdoor Public Spaces Smoking Regulation Bylaw, BBBBQ event site is designated as a non-smoking area. As such, guests are not permitted to smoke inside the venue or within the event perimeter unless otherwise stated. This includes e-cigarettes, cannabis and vaporizers. Please note – in and out privileges may be restricted based on event occupancy. Designated smoking area will be clearly identified and located next to the shuttle pick-up.
Guests are not permitted to bring substances that cause intoxication or impairment into the event – including alcohol and cannabis. Exceptions will be made for medical cannabis (with appropriate documentation) or other prescription medications. Individuals who have recreational cannabis on their person are encouraged to secure it in their vehicle. Smoking cannabis is prohibited within the BBBBQ event site.
- Breach of event perimeter or entry into event through any area other than designated entrance
- Entry into barns containing live animals
- Entry into private facilities that are considered part of the farming operation or it’s structures
- Access to a location or structure other than designated event venue
- Obscene, offensive or abusive language, actions
- Fighting, taunting, or threatening remarks or gestures
- Dangerous, abusive, profane or illegal behavior
- Unruly or inconsiderate behavior
- Excessive consumption of alcohol
- Any attempt to bring prohibited items into the venue
- Interfering with security procedures
- Interfering with the flow of traffic into and out of the venue
- Interfering with the performance, food demonstrations, BBQ competition
- Display offensive, graphic or indecent videos or photographs
- Going onto the stage or posting any images or monitors onto the stage
- Handing out goods or literature not pre-approved by management
- Acts of activism or protest contrary to the nature of the BBBBQ competition
- Any other conduct that is beyond the bounds of reasonable behavior for spectators attending a BBQ Competition event
- Outside Food & Beverage
- Outside alcoholic beverages of any kind
- E-Cigarettes and vaporizers
- Narcotics or other illegal stimulants including paraphernalia Cannabis with the exception of medical cannabis. Legal documentation required.
- Weapons of any kind and or anything that could be used as a weapon or as a projectile
- Spray cans, corrosive, flammable substances, dyes or receptacles containing substances which are harmful to health or are highly flammable
- Any promotional or commercial materials not pre-approved by management
- Flagpoles or banners any kind
- Mechanically-operated instruments which produce an excessive volume of noise such as megaphones, air or gas-powered horns
- Video screens and monitors
- Cameras, video cameras or other sound and video recording equipment not pre-approved by management
- Computers or other devices used for the purposes of transmitting or disseminating sound, pictures, descriptions or results of the events via the internet or other forms of media