We want everyone in attendance to have the time of your life at SATURDAZE.
In order for this to happen it is important that everyone in attendance conduct themselves in a safe, responsible, and respectful fashion.
Hydration - We fully understand that you are as excited about attending SATURDAZE as we are.
It is important to keep in mind while taking in all of the live entertainment and excitement of SATURDAZE to remain hydrated. We encourage all attendees to stay hydrated and drink plenty of water as well as sports drinks to ensure proper replenishment of the body’s electrolytes.
We encourage all attendees to bring their own reusable bottles. No glass containers at SATURDAZE.
Use the Buddy System - It is so easy to get separated at these types of events.
Know where your friends are at all times.
Set up meeting points, and stick together during the event. If you think that you or one of your friends may need help, ask our friendly staff for assistance.
One of the most important considerations to make when choosing what to wear for SATURDAZE is to remember to dress for the function first and fashion second.
Come prepared for all types of weather and make sure that you dress comfortably. Wear breathable, lightweight clothing that is easy to move in and capable of remaining effective during daytime and nighttime activities.
More Booze Does not Equal More Fun
One of the biggest springtime party mistakes that those visiting Vegas make is underestimate how fast the heat will sneak up on you when you are drinking.
Alcohol lacks the ingredients required to replenish the valuable electrolytes needed for hydration. Make sure to use the buddy system when monitoring the activities of your group. If you suspect that someone is suffering from a medical issue or potential drug overdose, seek immediate assistance from a member of our staff. Notify medical staff immediately if you or any of your friends are experiencing Vomiting, Seizures; Pale skin color or bluish tinge; Abnormal heart rate and/or breathing that is either too fast or slow; Abnormal body temperature (too hot or cold); Delusions, hallucinations or paranoia; Pupils that don’t to changes in light; Confusion, stupor (unresponsive but conscious), coma, or inability to be roused.