The Vans Warped Tour is this weekend on the beach in Atlantic City and tens of thousands of people will be flocking to the beach to check out the show. Here's a quick rundown of what you can and can't bring to the venue.

Here's an abbreviated list of things you cannot bring to the beach/venue:

Obviously, nothing that's already illegal, like drugs, weapons, etc. Beyond the common sense stuff, outside alcohol, beverages, food, coolers, or large bags will not be permitted. Since the show is on the beach, you might be thinking of packing-up your beach stuff -- don't. You can't bring blankets, tarps, chairs (beach or otherwise), tents, or umbrellas (beach or otherwise). You also can't bring a grill or stuff to barbecue with -- charcoal, lighter fluid, etc. (were you really thinking about dragging a BBQ and ten pounds of charcoal down to the beach?). As for miscellaneous stuff that's a no-no, that includes things like fireworks/sparklers, video cameras, drones, face masks, squirt or toy guns, glow sticks, laser pointers, etc.

Think of it this way: bring only the very basic stuff to the beach in Atlantic City this weekend if you're going to the show(s) and be sure to check out the full list on the tour's website. That website also does a very good job answering practically any question you can think of.

Also note that once you are in the beach concert area, there is no readmission if you decide to leave.

Since the show is right on the ocean, you will be allowed to jump in to cool off -- bring a normal-size beach towel, sunscreen, and the like with you.

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