Generally speaking no, Sound Patrol doesn't knock off and they tend to work all night to ensure that both participants and event neighbors aren't pissed off. That said, we're a volunteer-run event and sometimes there's not as much coverage as would be ideal. The best solution there is to volunteer and encourage your friends to volunteer as well!
Also something that's good to know in regards to sound:Every participant
at PDF is empowered by our sound policy to address sound issues. That means you, your campmates, your tent neighbors... everyone!
So if you are having a problem like this in the future and someone else isn't already handling it, you may handle it yourself.
Please read the official sound policy for more information on this; it's included in the GUD (pp. 8-9: http://playadelfuego.org/sites/default/ ... %20v33.pdf
) and also in the WWW (this past one on pp. 6-7: http://playadelfuego.org/sites/default/ ... %20WWW.pdf
Also useful to learn and know is how to contact the Rangers in case the sound camp you are trying to address ignores you or is otherwise non-compliant (and how to contact Rangers is generally good to know for other possible reasons as well).
Hope this helps!