Vendors will only be accepting cash!
Hamburger with Potato Chips
Cheeseburger with Potato Chips
Turkey Cold Sub
Italian Cold Sub
All menu items available during Hullabaloo!
Grilled Fish Tacos
Grilled Shrimp Tacos
White Gummi Bear
Here are some things you should know about the amusement rides:
- Students who wish to ride must bring a valid UCSD undergraduate student ID to obtain a wristband.
- Students must have a wristband to ride.
- Students will only be issued one wristband.
- Amusements will operate from 8pm to 11:45pm.
- In an effort to ensure each patron in line can ride, amusement lines may be closed earlier than 11:45pm; however, amusements will still operate until 11:45pm.
In an adrenaline packed whirl of unpredictability, the Zipper has truly earned its right as the festival centerpiece. The Zipper allows riders to experience the world upside down and spun around with free-flipping cars that rotate like a Ferris Wheel!
A classic carnival staple, the Round Up is a Hullabaloo veteran. Step on up and immerse yourself in the ride’s dazzling colors and lights. Explore the world from a blend of visuals and audio in a way you have never imagined!
The Hurricane is a cult favorite for those who love the feeling of fast-paced rotation combined with weightlessness. The ride starts off slow, but soon a centrifugal force will have you ripping through the air at death-defying speeds. Come fly through the eye of the hurricane!
Interested in volunteering at Hullabaloo?
Please fill out the application, and submit it by Friday, November 6th. For any questions, please contact Michelle Luong at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you at the biggest UCSD event of Fall Quarter!
Hullabaloo Health and Safety Messaging
Drug Health and Safety
- Do NOT mix drugs and alcohol. There is no way to anticipate how your body will react to the mixture and the reaction could be very serious, and even fatal.
- Remember: You never know what you are actually taking. Though distributors may assure you that you are getting a certain drug, there is a likelihood that this drug has been cut with something else, or is a different drug entirely. This is especially the case with pills. The wisest decision would be to not take this gamble.
- If you do choose to engage in drug use:
- Make sure to remain hydrated. But, be careful to not consume too much water at once-- this can lead to a life-threatening electrolyte imbalance in the body that can become fatal. A good rule of thumb is to drink about two cups of water (500ml) every hour.
- If you do not feel well, seek help immediately! The symptoms of overdose for drugs can be the same, more exaggerated or totally different than those of alcohol. As with alcohol, you SHOULD NOT SLEEP IT OFF. Tell someone immediately if you do not feel well and get help as fast as you can.
- Remember: you WILL NOT be punished for your drug/alcohol use retroactively after seeking help from an official. Our utmost priority is your safety.
- For friends of friends who are engaging in drug use:
- Be a friend and monitor them at all times possible.
- Make sure that they are drinking enough water and are doing alright.
- Actions that are out of the ordinary/character of an individual or are extreme could indicate that other drugs or extremely high levels of alcohol are on board. Speak up if you notice such abnormal behavior.
- By speaking up you could save your friend from serious harm, and could very well save their life.
Don't Booze And Lose
- Alternate non-alcoholic drinks (drink a glass of water between alcoholic drinks).
- Determine in advance the number of drinks, and don’t exceed that!
- Choose not to drink alcohol or use drugs.
- Use a designated driver (DD’s qualify for great RADD Card discounts).
- Sign up for A.S. Safe Rides!
- Eat before or during an event. Check out the great vendors at the event!
- Tell your friends to let you know when you’ve had too much to drink.
- Keep track of the number of drinks (especially the amount of liquor).
- One drink = 12 oz beer, 5 oz wine, or 1.5 oz liquor.
- Pace your drinks to one or less per hour.
- Avoid drinking games.
- Do not mix drugs and alcohol -- be aware of dangerous drug combinations that could result in illness or even death.
- Watch over your friends and peers. If you see someone in health-threatening conditions, do not be afraid to reach out to a security guard, police officer, event staff or event volunteer to ask for help. Your health and safety is our first priority at Hullabaloo.
Important Party Tips
- If approached by a police officer or staff member, comply with them. This will minimize your chances of further punishment and will help them get you the help you need.
RAP (Responsible Action Protocol)
Remember students, under UC San Diego’s Responsible Action Protocol (RAP), students receiving medical assistance in an alcohol or controlled substance medical-related
emergency and students initiating medical assistance WILL NOT be subject to the formal student conduct process
if all of the following apply:
Our utmost priority is that you, or a friend, seek help if needed!
- The student requests OR another person contacts a House Advisor/Resident Advisor or other University Official (e.g. Police Officer, Residential Security Officer, etc.) for medical assistance on behalf of a student experiencing an alcohol or controlled substance medical-related emergency;
- No other major Student Conduct Code violations (including, but not limited to, disorderly conduct, distribution of controlled substances, hazing, physical assault, vandalism, etc.) were committed by the student during the same incident; AND
- The student has not received protection under this Protocol more than once in a two calendar year period.
A.S. Safe Rides
A.S. Safe Rides
is a FREE service provided by the Associated Students for registered UCSD undergraduate students who have completed the online Safe Rides registration. Sign up for Safe Rides by Thursday November 12th at 5 pm
to ensure that you are eligible for the service the day of Hullabaloo.
AS Safe Rides allows students to get 3 free rides per quarter from areas in La Jolla, Pacific Beach, Clairemont, University City, Mission Bay, Ocean Beach, Del Mar, Hillcrest, Mira Mesa, San Diego State University, and the Gaslamp Quarter/Downtown to your home. AS Safe Rides operates from 11:00 PM to 3:00 AM Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights during the academic year beginning October 9th (excluding university and national holidays). Safe Rides only operates during the academic quarter and not during breaks or over the summer. Safe Rides is not just for students who have been drinking. It is designed to provide a safe ride home for any student in an uncomfortable or unexpected situation. Each individual riding needs to be registered for Safe Rides at a least day in advance and must present their UCSD ID at the time of using the service. Under NO CIRCUMSTANCES is it okay to drive under the influence and police will be heavily monitoring the area. Please plan ahead to make sure that you are able to get to and from the festival safely and have a happy and safe Sun God!
How To Use A.S. Safe Rides
- Call Cloud 9 Super Shuttle at (number to be revealed after registration).
- Inform the dispatcher that you are a UCSD Student calling for AS Safe Rides service and provide them with your location.
- When the shuttle arrives present your UCSD ID to be swiped by the driver. For more information on A.S. Safe Rides and to register online, please check out the AS Safe Rides home page.
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