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MAGStock Eight

June 7 - 10 2018

MAGStock is a 4-day outdoor festival celebrating camping, video games, and video game music.

Music

What are the names of the bands playing at magstock?

  1. Brentalfloss
  2. Steel Samurai
  3. Cowabunga Pizza Time
What is your choice? _

Brentalfloss

Brent Black, also known as “Brentalfloss,” is best known as the creator of the “With Lyrics” YouTube series, where he adds satirical lyrics to classic video game tunes. Since 2008, he has garnered over 400,000 subscribers, released three Billboard-charting comedy albums, and has performed all over North America and Europe. He co-created the digital party game “Use Your Words,” and co-hosts the “Trends Like These” news podcast on the Maximum Fun network.

Steel Samurai

Face-melting atomic progressive rock forged from the most obscure, uncharted regions of the video game multiverse.

Cowabunga Pizza Time

Cowabunga Pizza Time is a Baltimore based party rock/metal/punk band. CBPT is a high energy 6 person tidal wave of fun and does all original songs about pizza, ninja stuff, skating, fighting bad guys, partying, pizza, and wearing denim vests. They have opened for such acts as Diarrhea Planet, Iron Chic, TWRP, Peelander Zee, The Biters and The Protomen.

Events

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TyeDye

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Where To Go

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What To Bring

Camping Essentials Extra stuff
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Volunteer

Volunteering for MAGStock is both fun and easy! Our events are built on volunteer participation, so we encourage every attendee to get involved. Volunteer for enough hours and you'll even be rewarded!

Rewards

  • Working at least 8 hours gets you a MAGStock t-shirt
  • Working at least 18 hours gets you a complementary Staff badge for next year's MAGStock
  • Working at least 24 hours gets you a refund on your badge for this year

Weighted Shifts are also available - each shift has a weight, as some shifts deserve more compensation than others. We multiply the number of hours in a shift by the weight of that shift when calculating how many hours you're signed up for. For example, if you sign up for a 4 hour shift with a weight of 1.5, then it counts as if you had worked 6 hours.

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Opportunities

Please contact us if you can fill any of these roles:

  • Stage Managers & Stage Hands
  • Audio Engineers
  • Head Chef & Community Kitchen Volunteers

These are some examples of the shifts that will be available during event. Information on sign up will be available soon.

  • Assist with checking in attendees
  • Assist with directing vehicles for parking/leaving
  • Assist with prepping and serving food
  • Assist with set up and/or tear down
  • Assist with clean up at the end of the event
  • Assist with concerts
  • Assist with general support
  • Assist with events
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FAQ

I want to make gobs of money, and sell things to unsuspecting campers!

Good news! We have no idea how we're going to handle this!

If you've just got a few things you want to sell out of your car, cool. If you want to pitch a canopy you need to talk to us first.

Quiet hours? What is this?

Don’t worry, we can still talk and have smaller parties during quiet hours, it just can’t be as noisy and there are going to be other campers in the campground so we don’t want to rock this rad boat.

How are we going to play games at a campground? Is there going to be any power?

The campground has more power than the Hilton Mark Center. No, seriously.You will need to get creative so your things do not get wet. Or just bring portables and don’t whine, please don’t whine.

Are there showers? Running water?

Most definitely yes, and if you don’t take a shower we are throwing you in the lake.

There's a lake?

Yes, there most certainly is a lake.

Do I have to poo in the woods?

Unless you think “morning wood” means being constipated in the morning, yes there’s a toilet, that’s what “running water” means.

Is there WiFi?

It’s slow, but it’s there. You may want to use cell phone internet, but even that’s a little iffy. You should be able to at least check your email and facebook!

(Read: If you’re playing WOW at the campground you will be ejected with no refund.)

How do I get on the internet when I'm at a campground?

It’s slow, but it’s there. You may want to use cell phone internet, but even that’s a little iffy. You should be able to at least check your email and facebook! (Read: If you’re playing WOW at the campground you will be ejected with no refund.)

Sup dog, we herd u liek pets so we put a dog in ur dog so you can pet while you pet.

Pets are allowed and there is no charge. They must be kept on a leash at all times. The site has aggressive breed restrictions so please call them first. There’s a no barking and biting policy and a maximum of 3 pets allowed per campsite. Since we’re all going to be crammed together you may want to consider leaving your pet in the care of someone at home.

Can I bring my kids?

Kids are allowed and there is no charge. They must be kept on a leash at all times. The site has aggressive breed restrictions so please call them first. There’s a no crying/whining and biting policy and a maximum of 18 kids allowed per campsite. Since we’re all going to be crammed together you may want to consider leaving your kid in the care of someone at home.

My kids aren't that young.

Then they’re going to have to pay like everyone else, and we expect them to behave like everyone else.

Where am I going to get food?

Louisa is nearby and has some food places and you should certainly bring snacks and drinks for yourself and friends!

Can I drink?

The campground operators understand that you want to have a good time, and so do we. But if you yarf on the moon bounce we are going to crucify you.

They're also very good friends with the authorities. Don't piss them off.

Also: We can no longer allow alcohol on the beach, in the water, on the pier or on the strange floating waterslide thing. Sorry.

WHAT IS THIS MOON BOUNCE YOU SPEAK OF?

They’ve got a moon bounce buried in the sand and it rules. Also a floating thing in the lake.

ARE YOU SERIOUS!?

YES WE ARE!

This sounds really boss but I have another question.

Ask us!

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Rules

  1. We decide the camping spots. We're trying to keep track of where people are to help people find each other. So don't move or spread into your neighbor's area unless you get permission from both them and us.
  2. Pets are welcome, but we strictly apply the "no bark - no bite" policy, a leash law and clean up after pet (state law)
  3. Quiet hour is 11pm. Please keep noise down after this time.
  4. We're all crammed together pretty tight. Be considerate to others. Don't beg, steal. If your neighbor asks you to keep it down, try to do so. Don't harass others at the campground.
  5. Fire safety is a must. No unatteneded fires! Fires must be in a fire ring or pit. If there is not a fire ring or pit, fine one! No setting random things on fire.
  6. No food? There are stores nearby. It's OK to barter and share with others, but don't expect/steal provisions. Do not sell food outright.
  7. Drinking (if you're of age) is fine. Don't drink to the point of belligerent or fall-down drunk. If you reach this point, we'll ask you to go to your tent to sleep it off. Don't puke on the moon bounce. No alcohol is permitted at or on the lake anymore.
  8. Dispose of your trash. We're not your parents! We don't want to ask you to clean up after yourself.
  9. Stay hydrated! Heatstroke will not be noticed until it is too late. CONSTANTLY. DRINK. WATER.
  10. If you brought stuff to sell, don’t be pushy or shady about it. If you have more than a small table worth of things to sell, talk to us before you do it so we can assess the situation and help you.
  11. No attempting to drown people or items in the lake.
  12. No vandalizing the campground or anyone else’s belongings.
  13. Wear your wristband at all times.
  14. Checkout time is 12:00 PM Sunday – this is when your gear should be mostly packed and your campsite cleaned up. Feel free to stick a round for longer to help out or get some last minute hangs though!
  15. Children under 18 must be at their campsite and under a parent’s supervision after 11pm.
  16. Read and abide by the Small Country Campground Rules (available on-site).
  17. And lastly, read and abide the MAGFest Code of Conduct.

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