- Do not put on or tighten your wristband until festival day prior to entry, they cannot be loosened or removed.
- Link your account with your preferred credit card to purchase food & drinks with the tap of your wrist. Follow the steps below.
- Each festival goer must activate their own wristband.
- Only activate the wristband you will be wearing, wristbands can only be activated once.
- There are no changes after you have activated.
- Activate prior to placing the wristband on your wrist.
- Slip an un-tightened wristband over your right wrist.
- Hold onto the two loose ends of the wristband and slide the closure toward your wrist to tighten your wristband.
- Do NOT overtighten the wristband.
- Leave enough space for one index finger between your wrist and the wristband for comfort and security.
- The closure slides one way and cannot be loosened once the wristband is fitted to your wrist.
- Do not cut, burn, stretch, twist, tear, tape, glue or alter the wristband in any way. Any altered wristbands will be confiscated.
- If your wristband is too tight, damaged, or lost, bring your order confirmation and government-issued ID to the box office in Butler Field. Please note there is a $25 wristband replacement fee.
LOST YOUR WRISTBAND?
- Got to the Box Office located in NASCAR Village at Butler Field, there is a $25 Replacement Fee.
HAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR WRISTBAND PAYMENT REGISTRATION?
- Call Front Gate at 888-512-7469.
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