Terms and conditions of Break the Maze Dance Festival
“Break the Maze Dance Festival”: The annual two-day festival organised by I. E. Athletic Tourism (CYPRUS) LTD and all to this festival related activities such as music stages, culture market and catering facilities, all this in the broadest sense of the word.
“Visitor”: Every natural person or legal entity who has bought or has acquired an Admission Ticket for Break the Maze Dance Festival and every person who wishes to have access (and/or has gained access) to an Event.
“Festival Location”: The area where Break the Maze Dance Festival takes place.
“Admission ticket”: a (digital) document which acquires the Visitor access to Break the Maze Dance Festival.
“Organisation”: Break the Maze Dance Festival, with its registered office in Paphos, Cyprus (Registration number: 371637) and also the legal entities/natural persons that are charged with the organisation of an Event on its behalf.
“Agreement”: The agreement between Organisation and Visitors
2.1. These general terms and conditions apply to – and form an integral part of – every offer and every agreement with regard to the services or products of whatsoever nature to be delivered to the Visitor by the Organisation, unless expressly agreed otherwise in writing.
2.2. These general terms and conditions also apply to agreements that are concluded with, or as the case may be through (or by means of brokerage activities of), the official (online) pre-sale addresses designated for this purpose by the Organisation.
2.3. These general terms and conditions also apply during Break the Maze Dance Festival and to all (further) agreements the Visitor concludes with the Organisation (such as the purchase of a drink and food and merchandise).
2.4. These general terms and conditions can also be found on Break the Maze Dance Festival website and are placed for perusal at the Ticket Desk of Break the Maze Dance Festival .
2.5. The house rules can be consulted on the website of Break the Maze Dance Festival and are placed for perusal at the entrance to the Event. The Visitor hereby expressly declares to agree to the house rules and also declares that he/she will behave in conformity with these internal rules.
2.6. Manifest errors or mistakes in the offers of the Organisation shall release it from its obligation to perform and/or any obligations to pay compensation resulting therefrom, even after the conclusion of the agreement.
2.7. If a Visitor also orders an Admission Ticket for third parties, he declares that he or she is authorised to accept these general terms and conditions on behalf of those third parties and to inform such third parties of the applicability of these general terms and conditions.
3.1. The agreement between the Organisation and the Visitor comes into effect
– at the time when the Visitor buys or obtains one or more Admission Tickets from the Organisation or from one of the official (advance) sale address designated by the Organisation for this purpose,
– or by submitting or showing an Admission Ticket by a person who wishes to acquire access to the Break the Maze Dance Festival .
3.2. A Visitor may not amend or dissolve an agreement concluded, unless mandatory legal provisions would accord him such right.
3.3. The Organisation reserves the right at all times to refuse acceptance of entering into an agreement with the Visitor or to terminate an agreement if there are reasonable grounds for doing so (e.g. if a Visitor has been denied access to Break the Maze Dance Festival due to previous circumstances), or to attach additional conditions to access to the Event.
3.4. The Organisation provides the Visitor with a one-off Admission Ticket for Break the Maze Dance Festival concerned in a manner to be determined by the Organisation (for example by email). The Visitor declares to have the possession of proper resources (such as a printer) in order to be able to physically show the Admission Ticket at the entrance of the Event.
3.5. The Admission Ticket gives one person a one-off right to access to the Event. Prior to entering one of the Festival Locations the Admission Ticket will have to be exchanged for a wristband at Break the Maze Dance Festival Ticket Desk.
3.6. The Visitor must personally ensure that he/she becomes and remains the holder of the Admission Ticket provided by the Organisation, or an (online) pre-sale address engaged by the Organisation. From the time that an Admission Ticket has been made available to the Visitor the risk of loss, theft, damage or misuse of the Admission Ticket will be vested in the Visitor.
4. PROHIBITION OF RESALE
4.1. The Visitor is prohibited from, without written permission from the Organisation, selling (reselling) Admission Tickets for Break the Maze Dance Festival , to third parties for, or in the context of, commercial purposes.
Commercial purposes are every sale whereby the seller receives a higher amount for the Admission Ticket than the lowest of the following two amounts: (1) the amount paid by the Visitor for the Admission Ticket, or (2) the price set by the Organisation for those tickets. If the aforesaid has been contravened, the Organisation shall be entitled to declare the Admission Ticket invalid without the Organisation being obliged to refund any amount paid.
4.2. In the event of breach of this article the Organisation will be entitled to refuse access to Break the Maze Dance Festival to the buyer of the Admission Ticket and to recover all ensuing damage from the Visitor.
5. ACCESS TO FESTIVAL LOCATION
5.1. Only an original, valid, unused and undamaged Admission Ticket will give access to the Festival Locations.
5.2. The Organisation may decide to provide the Visitor with a wrist band, as a result of which it will be transparent if and to what the Visitor concerned has access, hereinafter referred to as the “ID-means”. The Visitor expressly declares to provide his/her cooperation to this. The Visitor must at all times during Break the Maze Dance Festival carry the ID-means in the manner stated and is not permitted to break any seal. In the event of breaking and/or loss of this seal, the ID-means will lose its validity and the Visitor may be removed from the Festival Locations and denied further access.
5.3. Upon visiting the Festival Location, the Visitor will follow instructions from the Organisation’s employees present, as well as members of third parties engaged (such as security guards) and members of the police, fire brigade, municipal health service or other competent authorities.
5.4. The Visitor may upon or before the entering the Festival Location be body searched and items (such as bags or a tent) brought by him/her may be searched. The Visitor expressly agrees to this and will always and immediately cooperate.
The Organisation shall determine the manner in which such searching shall reasonably take place, for example by security guards, detection gates and/or in another manner. If the Visitor were to refuse cooperation to this the Visitor will be denied access to the Festival Location.
5.5. To acquire access to the Festival Location the Visitor must be in the possession of a valid proof of identity which must be shown on request.
5.6. There is no minimum age to access the Festival Location, unless stated otherwise.
5.7. Access to Break the Maze Dance Festival is possible from opening time until closing time. Both times are set out on Break the Maze Dance Festival website. The closing time is not necessarily also the end time of Break the Maze Dance Festival .
5.8. The Visitor shall only be permitted to carry the following items when entering the Festival Location unless stated otherwise in the house rules concerned or unless more items are permitted with regard to certain parts of Festival Location:
Allowed (for personal use)
– fruit, bread, clothing, shoes, blankets, airbeds, pillows (sun)glasses, lenses, cell phones, tablets, laptops, photo and video cameras (for non commercial use), power bank, batteries, keys, wallets, medicines, skincare products, books, magazines, pencils, ballpoints, backpacks, hearing protection, cigarettes.
Without attempting to present an exhaustive list of Non-permitted items, the following is a list of some items that are not permitted:
– food and drinks (except fruits and bread), glassware, sharp objects, umbrellas, firearms, laser pens, narcotics and any substances that can affect one’s mood, pets, spray cans, markers, lighter gas, clothing with discriminatory (such as nationalistic and/or racist), offensive and/or threatening signs or expressions, professional photo, film and other recording equipment.
A Visitor who carrying one or more Non-permitted items will be refused access to the Festival Location without any right to a refund.
If a Visitor has already entered the Festival Location and one or more Non-permitted items are found on a Visitor, the Organisation may remove that Visitor from the Festival Location (without any right to a refund) and also deny access to future events.
In addition, the Organisation may also take possession of prohibited items by law or statutory regulation, with the aim of handing them over to the police.
5.9. Visitors who bring prescripted medication to Break the Maze Dance Festival need to be in the possession of a medical passport or related customs declaration. If the aforesaid condition is not fulfilled the Organisation will be entitled to refuse the Visitor access to the Festival Location without any right to compensation.
6. OBLIGATIONS OF THE VISITOR
6.1. There are toilet facilities present at different areas next to the Festival Location. These are accessible free of charge, unless stated otherwise. The Visitor is obliged to use these facilities. Defecating or urinating in places other than the toilet facilities is strictly prohibited.
6.2. Throwing drinks or objects is prohibited.
6.3. Besides entry to Break the Maze Dance Festival Festival Location, Visitors can buy or receive extra’s, such as free drinks or food or entry to parts of the Terrain that are prohibited to other Visitors. Visitors are prohibited to give items that provide them access to those extra’s (such as a wrist band), and/or those extra’s, to others.
6.4. Taking away or damaging property belonging to the Organisation or third parties is prohibited.
Taking away or damaging property belonging to the Organisation is considered to be theft or
destruction. This will be reported to the police.
6.5. The Visitor is prohibited from behaving in such a manner that the order of Break the Maze Dance Festival or its surroundings is disrupted or to cause inconvenience there (e.g. by committing criminal offences).
6.6. Selling goods on or around the Festival Location, during and after Break the Maze Dance Festival is prohibited without the express permission in writing from the Organisation.
6.7. Advertising in the broadest sense of the word is prohibited during Break the Maze Dance Festival without the express written permission from the Organisation. Every form of advertising (such as by distributing flyers or stickers, hanging up posters or approaching Visitors) is prohibited. A financial penalty of at least € 1,000 will be imposed on the Visitor who acts contrary to this article or has given instructions for this purpose, without prejudice to the right of the Organisation to claim compensation of the actually suffered damage.
6.8. Visitors under the age of 18 years are prohibited from buying, carrying, drinking and/or trying to acquire the possession of alcoholic drinks.
6.9. The Visitor, regardless of his or her age, is not allowed to provide alcoholic beverages (against
payment or free of charge) to a person who has not yet reached the age of 18.
6.10. The Organisation has the right to remove Visitors who act contrary to one or more provisions of this article from the Festival Location without the Organisation being obliged to refund the admission fee and the Organisation shall be entitled to refuse the Visitor access to future Events. Moreover, the Visitor shall be obliged to compensate the Organisation in full for any fines imposed on the Organisation in connection with his or her actions.
7. MEDIA AND MEDIA EQUIPMENT
7.1. Photo and film recordings can be made during Break the Maze Dance Festival on the instructions of (or with accreditation from) the Organisation.
The Visitor expressly agrees to image and/or sound recordings being made of the visitors (and therefore also possibly of the Visitor) of Break the Maze Dance Festival , on and around Festival Location, and that these will be disseminated or utilised through all possible forms of media.
7.2. The Visitor is permitted to bring photographic equipment intended for consumer use to Festival Location and to make use of this equipment.
Photographic equipment intended for consumer use is taken to mean: digital compact cameras (with normal and fixed lenses), telephones with photo cameras and disposable cameras.
It is not permitted to bring professional photographic equipment or accessories (such as a (telescopic) tripod; including, for example, a GoPro Telescoping Pole).
Bringing film cameras is also prohibited. Whether or not equipment is regarded as prohibited as referred to in this article will be exclusively at the assessment of the Organisation. If you are uncertain whether or not the photographic equipment that you wish to bring is permitted, please contact the Organisation by email prior to Break the Maze Dance Festival .
In the event a Visitor makes use of the prohibited equipment at Festival Location, the Organisation shall be entitled to take one or more of the following measures (at the discretion of the Organisation):
a) remove the Visitor who has acted contrary to this provision from the Festival Location without the Organisation being obliged to refund entry fees; and/or
b) to temporarily take the equipment into safekeeping against payment until: Break the Maze Dance Festival has ended or a time to be specified if the Organisation has reasonable grounds for doing so; and/or
c) temporarily take the equipment into safekeeping until it has been demonstrated by the Visitor that all recordings and possible copies thereof have been deleted.
7.3. Professional (press) photographers and/or persons who wish to take photographs or make film recordings of Break the Maze Dance Festival for commercial reasons must be in possession of a valid accreditation from the Organisation.
8. FORCE MAJEURE
8.1. In the event of force majeure, the Organisation will have the right to cancel Break the Maze Dance Festival , wholly or in part, or to postpone Break the Maze Dance Festival to another date.
8.2. The concept ‘force majeure’ as referred to in this article also includes all unforeseen circumstances arisen through no fault or actions on the part of the Organisation such as; cancellation by artist(s), fire, strike action, bad weather conditions, outbreaks of epidemics etc.
8.3. If Break the Maze Dance Festival is cancelled in full as a result of or related to force majeure before the Event has commenced, the Organisation will refund the purchase amount of the Admission Ticket (excluding fees).
The Visitor cannot make any claim with regard to the Organisation to any payment (of compensation) except for the refund of the purchase amount. Refund will only be proceeded with after the return of an original, valid and undamaged Admission Ticket by the Visitor to the Organisation. In other cases, there is no entitlement to a refund.
9.1. The Visitor is a consumer:
The liability of the Organisation is limited to compensation of direct damage, whereby the amount to be paid to the Visitor will never amount to more than the amount that the Organisation’s insurer pays in the case concerned. The Organisation will never be liable for indirect damage, including consequential loss, lost profit, lost savings and loss due to business interruption.
9.2. The Visitor is a natural person or legal entity who acts in the exercise of a profession or company:
The Organisation is exclusively liable for damage suffered by the Visitor, if and insofar as this damage is the direct result of intention or wilful recklessness on the part of the management the Organisation. In that event the liability will be limited to compensation of direct damage to a maximum of the amount that the Organisation’s insurer pays in the case concerned.
9.3. Entering the Festival Location takes place entirely at one’s own risk.
9.4. The use of any transport services by the Visitor, including but not limited to shuttle buses used by the Organisation or at the request of the Organisation, shall also be entirely at the risk of the Visitor.
9.5. The Visitor declares to be aware that loud music will be played during Break the Maze Dance Festival . The Visitor is responsible for taking hearing protective measures as required. The Organisation advises the Visitor to give his/her hearing a rest from time to time during the event by going to a space or place where less loud music is played and to at all times wear hearing protection.
9.6. Amendments of, or derogations from, the programme which take place after the purchase of the Admission Ticket do not give any right to revocation of the purchase (for example by means of termination or annulment) and therefore also not to (partial) refund of the purchase amount.
9.7. The Organisation is not responsible for the manner in which artists/acts perform their contribution to Break the Maze Dance Festival .
10.1. The Organisation has the right to terminate the agreement with the Visitor wholly or in part. Termination means in that case that the order of Admission Tickets is cancelled. Tickets already purchased will no longer be valid from that time. In the event of cancellation of an order, the full purchase amount (excluding the fee paid by the Visitor) will be refunded to the Visitor. The Visitor cannot make any claim to any payment (of compensation) except for the refund of the purchase amount. If an order is cancelled after the Visitor has been provided with an Admission Ticket, the refund of the purchase amount will only be proceeded with after the return of an original, valid and undamaged Admission Ticket by the Visitor.
11. VIOLATION OF THESE GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS, HOUSE RULES OR OTHER RULES
11.1. If the Visitor acts contrary to the agreement (including these general terms and conditions), or house rules, the Visitor may, inter alia, be removed from the Festival Location, without the Organisation being obliged to refund the admission fee, and denied further access. Such denial of access may also apply to future events of the Organisation. In addition, the Visitor will be liable for all damage ensuing from his/her actions. The Visitor is obliged to pay an amount of at
least € 150,00 to the Organisation, even if the actual damage that is suffered by the Organisation were less.
12. PERSONAL DATA AND PRIVACY
12.1. The Organisation processes personal data of Visitors and of Visitors to its website in accordance with the law.
13. REGISTRATION EVENT BY OR ON BEHALD OF THE ORGANISATION
13.1. The Organisation is permitted to take pictures and make sound recordings of Break the Maze Dance Festival , the Visitor and other visitors. By visiting Break the Maze Dance Festival , the Visitor expressly agrees to this.
The Organisation shall be entitled to exploit and/or reproduce and/or publish or cause to publish these images and/or sound recordings in whatever form and in whatever manner, in the broadest sense of the word.
By entering into the agreement and/or accessing the Festival Location, the Visitor grants unconditional permission to make the said recordings, including processing, publication and exploitation thereof, without the Organisation being liable to pay any fee to the Visitor.
13.2. Insofar as the Visitor has any rights (including neighbouring and/or copyright and/or portrait rights) in respect of the aforementioned recordings, the Visitors hereby transfer these rights in advance and without any restriction to the Organisation and the Visitor hereby irrevocably waives his/her personality rights, or at least the Visitor will not invoke them. In the event that this transfer is not legally valid in advance, the Visitor will be obliged, upon first request of the Organisation, to grant the necessary written permission and/or to sign a transfer deed in which the said rights will still be transferred to the Organisation and/or to an affiliated company.
Version 1, 19 April 2021.