ARTICLE 1: YOUR ENTRY
0. If the health situation does not allow the event to be held, this ticket cannot be refunded, it will still be valid for the event once it has been rescheduled.
1. Please note that the purchase of a ticket for OWN SPIRIT FESTIVAL will constitute unconditional acceptance to be bound by any and all terms and conditions of this agreement (the “Agreement”) between the purchaser and/or holder of the bracelet (“Ticket”) to attend all or part of OWN SPIRIT FESTIVAL, the “Event”.
2. For security reasons the Organization reserves the right, without notice or compensation to You:
Postpone, cancel, interrupt or stop the event.
Provisionally keep the visitors of the festival in the site of the event at the end of the festival.
Totally or partially vacate the event site.
Deny access to the event site, regardless of possession of a valid ticket.
Such changes do not entitle to a refund, change of ticket, or any other reduction in the ticket price.
3. You acknowledge and understand that the user has a revocable license to attend the event for which it was issued, which is subject to revocation and denial of admission without compensation for any reason, including but not limited to your violation or actual intent of any of the rules set forth herein, the policy or the regulations and for any other action taken by you in violation of any local or state law or which may endanger other ticket purchasers.
4. By participating in the event, you voluntarily assume all risks and dangers related to the event whether occurring before, during or after the event, including death, personal injury, loss or damage to property under your responsibility. For that reason, the Organization recommends that you do not bring valuables to the event.
ARTICLE 2: ACCESS AND PROOF OF AGE REQUIRED
5. In order to enter the event, you must have your own valid ticket. It will only be valid on the day(s) of the event and the areas of the event.
6. There is no change for lost, stolen, destroyed or damaged tickets and you unconditionally accept the risk of loss and/or theft of this Ticket.
7. To ensure that your ticket is valid, you must purchase your tickets from authorized sales channels.
8. You must present your ticket for ticket validation at the Event.
You must carry the official identity document that allows to validate that your identity matches the name and identity number that appears in your ticket. Otherwise, you may be prevented from entering the venue without any right to reimbursement or compensation.
9. You must have an approved form of identification to enter the event that proves your age. Failure to provide valid identification will prevent you from entering the event and you will not be entitled to any refund or authorization, or the Company will be liable for any other damages, including but not limited to, incidental and/or consequential damages. In addition, you must be able to provide valid identification if requested by a member of security. If you are not able to show valid identification, you may be immediately expelled from the event without the opportunity to return to camp, and you will not receive a refund of your ticket.
Minors wishing to access the event must be accompanied by an adult (their guardian or legal representative) and must be registered upon arrival or previously through an online form (as decided by the organization prior web communication or RRSS). Minors under 16 years old (not included), will be able to access the event free of charge after notification through the established channels (access point or web form, as agreed by the organization).
10. Access to the event is prohibited or denied to persons who:
Are clearly under the influence of alcohol, drugs or other illegal substances.
Festivals have been banned before taxes either by the organizer, the administration or legal authorities.
Are demonstrating an intention to disturb the peace or to cause someone else to do so
Engaging in fighting or disruptive behavior
Use foul language.
Resist review by festival security agents and security services.
Refuse to declare or conceal items that are prohibited, as stated in this document.
Act in violation of the provisions of one or more articles of these rules of procedure or in the spirit of the same.
11. Please note that security guards may inspect all items intended to be brought into the event site, including but not limited to clothing, luggage and other personal items in order to detect items that may, or may be used to, disrupt the course of the event, endanger the safety of other ticket purchasers or disturb the peace. Security guards reserve the right to confiscate these items at their discretion. Given the volume of attendees, there is no guarantee that these items will be returned to you. For that reason, please read article 4 carefully.
ARTICLE 3: PERMITTED AND PROHIBITED OBJECTS
12. You may not bring or have others on your behalf bring the following items to the event
Illegal drugs, paraphernalia or medications for which the person does not have a prescription and which can be shared with others
People who require medication for medical reasons (e.g., diabetes) must have a prescription with their name clearly indicated.
Projectiles or explosives in solid, liquid or gaseous state.
Flammable products or materials and aerosols.
Pyrotechnic articles of any kind (e.g. flares, bottle rockets)
Any weapon or dangerous, knives, sharp objects or bruises object that could be used in such a way (sticks, chains, puncture or push weapons and similar).
Flammable products, materials, sprays.
Fire material other than matches and lighters.
Animals (in the case of access with animals, the organization is exempt from any responsibility for it, being only the responsibility of the owner of the animal).
Each item may be used as a means to disturb the peace, endanger the safety of people and/or cause damage to people and property at the sole discretion of the event staff.
ARTICLE 4: CONDUCT AT THE EVENT
13. In the event, it is forbidden:
Attempting to enter or be in the sections restricted to certain people with special tickets, such as production rooms, artists’ backstages, VIP areas, press rooms, offices, dressing rooms and work areas, etc
Tents, constructions, fences, enclosures, lighting columns, tables, benches or any other infrastructure in areas not established for such within the event.
Obstruct entrances, exits and evacuation routes and/or to stay in these places longer than strictly necessary to enter or leave the site.
Display or make text, symbols, images, gestures, use clothing or articles of clothing with language, or use language that is obscene, racist, xenophobic, provocative, or discriminatory, at the sole discretion of the test personnel or security personnel.
Are clearly under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or other illegal substances.
Disturb the peace, show intent to disturb the peace or cause someone else to do so, or endanger the safety of the general public.
Sale of drinks, food or any other product without the express consent of the Organization.
Throwing or shooting with any object or liquid, or throwing or shooting any other product in loose or gaseous form.
To carry out fire in the whole enclosure.
Urinating in public.
Re-enter the event after being expelled or banned from the event, even if you are in possession of a new Ticket (such Ticket will not be returned);
Defacing, painting, damaging, tearing down or destroying, in whole or in part, any of the decorations or part of the venue.
Offer resistance to management or security personnel.
Refusing to declare and hide objects considered dangerous or out of bounds by the event security personnel – the security personnel are not obliged to return such confiscated objects.
Act of violation of the provisions of the articles or the spirit of the articles.
14. You should pay attention to the instructions of the organizers and security personnel at all times while at the event site. If you do not comply with such directions, you will be removed from the event site, and, if necessary, event personnel may call the police for assistance.
ARTICLE 5: RE-ENTRY
15. It is possible to leave and re-enter the Event if you have an OWN SPIRIT FESTIVAL ticket.
16. If you are expelled from the event, your ticket will not be returned and you may be denied re-entry, even if you are in possession of a new ticket.
ARTICLE 6: UNAUTHORIZED SALE, CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP AND REFUND OF THE TICKET PRICE
17. Anyone caught counterfeiting tickets will be prosecuted without exception. The use of counterfeit tickets will not be reimbursed by the Company.
18. Anyone caught tampering with or attempting to share their ticket will be expelled and banned from the event immediately.
19. Tickets cannot be resold without the prior express authorization of the Organization. Tickets that appear to have been resold without permission from the Society will not be accepted and are not subject to refund. In case of receiving an authorization from the organization, a new ticket must be obtained from the organization to make effective the change of ownership that must include the full name and identity card of the new owner. Otherwise, the change will not be considered complete. You accept the company’s decision whether or not to require financial compensation for handling the change of ownership.
20. The resale, attempted resale, or purchase of this ticket at a price greater than the authorized agent’s official purchase price is grounds for seizure and cancellation without compensation.
21. In the event that you are ultimately unable to attend the event, by purchasing the ticket you agree that in no event will the organization refund all or part of the ticket price, regardless of the reason for your inability to attend.
ARTICLE 7: RECORDINGS
21. By attending the event, you expressly consent to the fact that you may be photographed and filmed and that these images may be recorded, stored, transmitted, and broadcast. Such film, photograph, audio and/or audiovisual recording may be used for promotional and/or commercial purposes by the Company or a third party.
22. All recordings made by ticket buyers at or near the event site may not be used for commercial or public purposes, unless consented to by the Organization.
ARTICLE 8: PARKING
23. The Organization does not assume any responsibility for loss or damage to vehicles parked at or near the event. The Company is not responsible for loss or damage to any vehicle towed from the event site.
ARTICLE 9: MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
24. You agree to release and hold harmless the Organization of the event from any liability related to your medical care.
25. You acknowledge and accept that there are dangers and risks of physical injury or illness and that not all risks can be totally eliminated. By entering the event site, you voluntarily agree to assume all risk of death, personal injury or property damage, regardless of severity, that may be suffered as a result of attending the event or on the premises, whether or not caused by the negligence or gross negligence of the organizers or their agents.
ARTICLE 10: AGREEMENT
You unconditionally agree that the terms and conditions contained in this document and/or referred to herein represent the entire agreement between you and the Ticket issuer with respect to its subject matter, and supersede all prior and contemporaneous agreements, communications and understandings, written or oral, on this subject matter, which contradict these terms, including but not limited to the text contained on the reverse side of the actual Ticket and/or any understanding or agreement between you and the Company to the contrary.
27. You unconditionally agree to be bound by any and all terms and conditions contained herein and/or referred to herein and all supplements, changes and/or modifications thereto.
ARTICLE 10: BUS
28. The Organization is not responsible for any personal or material incidents that may occur during the bus journey that may be made by attendees.
29. It is forbidden to smoke on board the bus in accordance with the law.
30. The bus company will have its own regulations and responsibility for the passengers.
ARTICLE 11: CANCELLATION, INTERRUPTION OF THE EVENT, DELAY, MODIFICATION OF THE PROGRAMME
31. The event will take place regardless of the weather, as long as the organizer can respond to the weather circumstances. In case of danger to physical integrity or health, the event may be cancelled or – after its start – interrupted.
If the festival has to be terminated after its start due to force majeure (in particular due to weather), by order of the authorities or court ruling, the festival attendee will not be entitled to a refund of the ticket price or compensation for damages, unless the organizer has acted in a grossly negligent or intentional manner.
33. The organizer reserves the right to postpone the event, both in terms of place and day, as long as the realization of the festival is considered unfeasible or impossible and the new date and/or place is feasible for the attendees.
Change of location: within the same city or the nearest city.
Temporary postponement: the next day, or while the circumstances that have caused such postponement (especially time) last, next Saturday, as long as the venue where the festival is held is still available.
34. The organizer will immediately inform about the postponement of the festival through its website and if possible also through press, radio and Facebook. In case of extraordinary expenses, we recommend that you always check the website of the organizer.
35. If there are delays in the programme, the attendee must agree, as long as they do not exceed one hour.
36. In the festivals there can be changes in the program. The organizer will do everything possible, in case the performance of a particular artist is cancelled, to find a suitable substitute. The attendee has no rights in case of cancellation of the performance by individual artists.
37. The organiser will be informed of any changes as soon as possible.
ARTICLE 12: VOLUME, HEARING PROTECTION
38. We inform that due to high volumes, there is a danger of health risks, in particular hearing damage, at the festival. The use of earplugs is recommended during the event. Attendance is at the attendee’s own risk. The organizer will not be liable for hearing damage caused by lack of precaution, provided that the organizer has not acted in a grossly negligent or intentional manner or without due care.
ARTICLE 13: RULES OF PROCEDURE AND RESPONSIBILITY
39. The regulations of the organizer or the persons authorized by the organizer will prevail throughout the festival site. The instructions of the security personnel must be obeyed at all times.
40. The organizer will not offer cloakroom service or other kind of instructions and therefore will not be responsible for lost or stolen objects.
41. The user who registers to the event authorizes the organizer to include him/her in its mailing lists to receive information related to the Festival.
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