Weapons include, but are not limited to: axes, swords, daggers, knives, dirks, claymores, halberds, maces, hammers, spears, bows and arrows, and pikes.
Eaton County Fairgrounds rules and regulations stipulate that NO FIREARMS ARE ALLOWED ON SITE. Except for approved reenactors. All weapons must be secured or “peace tied” to the guest at all times in a holster protecting the blade and may not be removed from the holster. Any exposed blade or point must be of stage combat grade and must not pose a risk of injury to the guest or others. Arrows being carried as costume adornment must be “peace tied” together and/or have the arrow tips removed.
The festival information table will assist guests with the securing of weapons. Any person in possession of a weapon that is determined to be unsafe or unable to be made safe will be requested to secure it in their vehicle or remove it from the festival.