HOW TO GET HELP DURING THE FESTIVAL
SunFest wants every patron to feel safe at the festival. We will not tolerate any harassment based on race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, disability, body size, appearance, age or national origin. If you feel like you’re being harassed, are the victim of non-consensual touching, or otherwise feel unsafe, please report it to the nearest police officer, or security personnel.
Here is some additional information that can assist you:
If you or a friend need emergency assistance at the festival, we have medical professionals onsite. Be honest with emergency personnel – they are here to help you, NOT get you in trouble. If you see someone who looks like they need help, look for one of our EMS staff, police officers, or security personnel. If you cannot locate someone and see a true emergency please call 911.
SunFest has a zero tolerance policy for harassment. Please let public safety or SunFest officals know if you feel harassed or threatened in any way.
If you think you’ve been the victim of sexual violence or harassment, please report it to the nearest police officer. If you need help locating one, you can visit one of our three information centers at the intersection of Flagler Drive/South Clematis, Flagler Drive/Fern Street and Flagler Drive and Trinity Place.
Keep yourself and your belongings safe. Be aware of your surroundings and keep an eye on your personal items at all times such as cell phone and wallet. If you find something OR lose something, head to the nearest information center for our Lost & Found. You can make a lost report online or claim found items. The West Palm Beach Police Department will be on the lookout for criminal activity, if you encounter any non-emergency issues you can call the WPB Police Department’s non-emergency line at 561-822-1900. If you cannot locate a public safety professional and have a true emergency call 911.