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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Q: Do I need to dress in pirate clothes?
A: No. However the Indiana Pirate Festival is a great chance to dress up and have some fun. There are so many options to be creative.

Q: What does a ticket get me?
A: A ticket gets you admission to the Indiana Pirate Festival for a single day. All of the events, acts and shows are included with your admission. Standard admission does not include evening events as they are ticketed separately.

Q: What about SteamPunk Pirates?
A: Yes!

Q: Is the event handicapped accessible?
A: No. To get into the BK Club there are about 3' of steps, plus the restrooms are not setup for wheelchairs. This is a problem we hope to remedy at future events.

Q: Can I bring a pet?
A: Only service animals for the disabled will be allowed in the festival.

Q: Can I smoke at the festival?
A: No. There is no smoking inside the BK Club during this event.

Q: My costume has a cool weapon. Can I bring it?
A: Probably yes. Period weapons are allowed as long as they can be peace-tied. As guests enter the festival their weapons will be inspected for a peace-tie. Any unsecured weapon will be peace-tied by staff using heavy duty tie-wraps. Weapons that cannot be secured or are deemed inappropriate will not be allowed in the festival.

Q: What does "Peace-tied" mean?
A: Peace-tying a weapon keeps if from being used. As an example, a sword must be sheathed and the hilt of the sword must be peace-tied to the sheath so that it cannot be drawn. Arrows in a quiver must be peace-tied together and the bow unstrung. It is a simple process that helps insure the safety of the guests.

Q: Is it OK to tip the actors?
A: Yes. The actors are paid horribly, if at all. Feel free to tip generously to show your appreciation.



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