Terms And Conditions Of Entry
JoeFest Presents: Beyond The Woods Music FestivalLast Updated: 15th February 2019
These terms and conditions apply to anyone attending JoeFest Presents: Beyond The Woods Music Festival 2019 (The Festival) in any capacity. (Attendees/you).
By attending The Festival you agree to abide by the Terms And Conditions set out below.
The Organisers reserve the right to change or amend these Terms And Conditions at any time, and for any reason.
If you are unclear about any part of these Terms and Conditions you are urged to contact email@example.com as soon as possible.
The Festival is a partnership between Joseph Davies, Thomas Davies and Huw Trefor Davies (The Organisers).
The address of the partnership is 118 Wragby Road, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN2 4PH.
The Festival will be held at Stourton Estates, Baumber, Horncastle, Lincolnshire, LN9 5PB.
The Festival will take place from Thursday 8th - Sunday 11th August 2019. The first day of The Festival, Thursday 8th August, is not open to the public. Nobody shall be permitted to attend The Festival on Thursday 8th August without the express permission on The Organisers. Festival tickets shall not be valid on this day.
The Organisers reserve the right to amend, replace or withdraw any of the advertised entertainments at any time, for any reason, and without notice. No refunds will be issued on the basis of changes to advertised entertainment.
Nobody is permitted to trade or carry out business or promotional activies at The Festival without the permission of The Organisers
You may not use The Festival, its branding or likeness, tickets to The Festival or any other means of admission as part of any promotion, marketing or sales campaign, or for any commerical purpose, without the permission of The Organisers.
Nobody may use professional recording or photographic equipment at The Festival without the permission of The Organisers.
You may not use images, video or any other media captured at The Festival for commercial gain. In the event that any such media is used commercially, you agree to pay for the cost of a licence, at a price to be determined by The Organisers.
You give your express consent for The Organisers to capture and use your actual and/or simulated likeness free of any charge, for use within any media, for any purpose and at any time. This includes filming by police or security staff for the purposes of security and the prevention of crime.
No animals, other than assistance animals, may be brought to The Festival.
There will be no admission to the festival between the hours of 22:00 - 08:00
The Organisers are under no obligation to provide replacements for lost or stolen tickets or wristbands.
The Organisers are unable to accept any liability for loss or damage to personal property, including items surrendered, or for injuries sustained at The Festival unless caused by a direct result of our negligence.
Exposure to loud music may damage your hearing.
Performances at The Festival may involve the use of strobe lighting, pyrotechnics, lasers, smoke machines or other special effects.
The use of drones or any similar equipment is not permitted without the permission of The Organisers.
Attendees aged fifteen or younger are not permitted on site unless they are accompanied by a responsible adult, aged 18+, at all times.
Children under the age of 5 are admitted free, but must be accompanied by a paying ticket-holder aged 18+ at all times. Children aged 5 or over must hold a valid ticket for the event.
Tickets, Cancellation and Refunds
Tickets to The Festival may only be purchased from outlets authorised by The Organisers (Official Suppliers). Tickets not purchased from Official Suppliers will not be valid for entry to The Festival.
Tickets may not be sold or otherwise transferred, except through Official Suppliers. Where The Organisers identify tickets as being sold or transferred in an unauthorised manner, those tickets will be cancelled and no longer valid for admission to The Festival.
Refunds will only be considered in the event of The Festival's cancellation, substantial alteration or by any other special exemption as determined by and at the discretion of The Organisers.
Refunds should be requested by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org by 1st December 2019 at the latest.
Refunds of any booking fees or other supplementary charges added by Official Suppliers are subject to the Terms and Conditons of those suppliers.
In the event of The Festival's cancellation, refunds will be issued according to the time of the cancellation, as recorded by The Organisers, as per the table below:
|Time of Festival Cancellation||Amount to be refunded|
|Before 18:00, 10th August 2019||100% of ticket price|
|Before 21:00, 10th August 2019||75% of ticket price|
|Before 12:00, 11th August 2019||50% of ticket price|
|Before 21:00, 11th August 2019||25% of ticket price|
Tickets and wristbands remain the property of The Organisers until Monday 12th August 2019.
Safety And Security
The Organisers reserve the right to evict or refuse to admit anyone in breach of the festival's eviction policy, without refund.
You may be bag/body searched upon entering/exiting The Festival site. Drugs search dogs may be used.
Any item(s) which might reasonably be considered to have the potential to be used as a weapon, or to have the capacity to cause danger, offence or disruption will be confiscated by security staff.
Any person found to be engaging in illegal activity or carrying illegal substances will be reported to the police, and may be detained by Festival security staff.
Any person acting in a manner which might be considered anti-social may be evicted.
Open fires are not permitted, with the exception of official campfires managed by The Festival.
Attendees are permitted to use purpose-built stoves or BBQs within camping areas, provided that they are kept off the ground and are not used indoors/within tents.
Attendee cooking appliances may be used for cooking only. Nobody is permitted to burn any other item or substance.
Smoking is not permitted in enclosed public spaces or within tents/marquees. This includes the use of e-cigarettes.
Anybody found disposing of cigarettes, cigarette ends or litter, or going to the toilet anywhere other than the designated facilities, may face eviction from The Festival.
Gas canisters over 2.7kg, aerosols over 250ml, airhorns, fireworks, flares, glass, illegal substances, drugs, ‘legal highs’ – this includes Nitrous Oxide and associated equipment including balloons, unidentified substances, new psychoactive substances (NPS), illegal items, laser equipment/pens, megaphones, blowtorches, sky or ‘Chinese’ lanterns, petrol burners, sound systems, spray cans, tabards/high viz jackets.
Generators, except where they are a fixture in your campervan/caravan.
Any amount of food, cigarettes or alcohol which The Organisers deem excessive for personal consumption.
Alcohol may be brought into festival campsites, but may not be brought into the arena.