Terms and Conditions
By purchasing an admission ticket or visiting the event, you agree to the house rules and general terms and conditions of the Made’s Powerweekend Foundation. These are deposited below.
Article 1. Definitions
1.1. “Organization”: Stichting Made’s Powerweekend, with its registered office in Made, registered under the Chamber of Commerce number: 18069898, also the (legal) persons charged with the organization of an Event on its behalf.
1.2. “Event”: any activity organized by the Organization including music festivals, hotels, restaurants, festivals, parades and festival campsites, all in the broadest sense of the word.
1.3. “Visitor”: any (legal) person who has validly purchased or received an admission ticket for an Event organized by the Organization and any person who wishes to gain access to an Event with a valid admission ticket.
1.4. “Terrain”: all buildings, (whether or not covered) spaces, fields, squares, etc. that form part of the area where the Event takes place, including also the parking places and approach routes.
1.5. “Admission Ticket” or “Admission Tickets”: a (digital) document provided by or on behalf of the Organization or a barcode provided by or on behalf of the Organization, with which the Visitor can gain access to a specific Event.
1.6. “Tokens”: coins issued by the Organization that Visitors can purchase for an amount determined by the organization and that can be used as a means of payment during the Event at locations designated for that purpose by the Organization.
Article 2. Applicability
2.1. These general terms and conditions apply to – and are an integral part of – every offer and every agreement that relates to services or products of any nature to be provided by the Organization, unless expressly agreed otherwise in writing.
2.2. These general terms and conditions also apply to agreements concluded with or through (or through mediation of) official (pre) sales addresses designated for this purpose by the Organization.
2.3. These general terms and conditions also apply during the Event and to all (further) agreements that the Visitor concludes with the Organization (such as the purchase of Tokens, drinks and food and merchandise).
2.4. These general terms and conditions can also be consulted (and stored) via the website of the Event and can be viewed at the entrance of the Event.
2.5. House rules may apply to an Event. The house rules can be consulted via the website of the relevant Event and the Organization and can be viewed at the entrance of the Event. The Visitor hereby declares explicitly to agree with the relevant house rules and also declares that he will behave in accordance with those house rules.
2.6. Obvious errors or mistakes in the offers of the Organization relieve her of the obligation to perform and / or any obligations for compensation ensuing therefrom, even after the conclusion of the agreement.
2.7. If a Visitor also orders an Admission Ticket or Admission Tickets for third parties, he declares to be authorized to accept these general terms and conditions on behalf of those third parties and to point out to third parties that the general terms and conditions apply.
Article 3. Ticketing
3.1. The agreement between the Organization and the Visitor is established when the Visitor orders / buys one or more Admission Tickets for an Event from the Organization or at official (pre-) sales addresses designated by the Organization for this purpose, or by submitting a Admission ticket by a person to gain access to the Event.
3.2. The Organization provides the Visitor with a one-time Admission Ticket or Admission Tickets for the relevant Event in a manner to be determined by the Organization (eg by e-mail). The Visitor declares that he has adequate means (such as a printer) to be able to physically present the Admission Ticket at the entrance of the Event.
3.3. An issued Admission Ticket gives one person a one-time right to access the Event.
3.4. Only the holder of the Admission Ticket who is the first to show the Admission Ticket at the Event will have access to the Event. The Organization is not obliged (but authorized) to carry out further checks with regard to Admission Tickets whether the holder thereof is also the rightful owner.
3.5. The Visitor must himself ensure that he becomes and remains the holder of the Admission Ticket provided by the Organization or a (pre) sales address engaged by the Organization. From the moment that the Admission Ticket is made available to the Visitor, the Visitor will bear the risk of loss, theft, damage or misuse of the Admission Ticket.
Article 4. Prohibition of resale
4.1. The Visitor is not permitted, without the express written permission of the Organization, to (re) sell Tickets for an Event, to offer them for sale and / or to provide them to third parties for or for commercial purposes. Commercial purposes means any sale where the seller receives a higher amount for the tickets than the Organization has determined for those tickets. If the above were to be acted upon, the Organization is authorized to declare an Admission Ticket invalid without the Organization being obliged to refund any amount paid.
4.2. Without written permission from the Organization, it is not permitted under any circumstances to distribute or raffle Tickets to online and / or offline lotteries and / or partial promotions.
4.3. In the event of a violation of this article, the Organization is entitled to refuse the buyer of the Admission Ticket as referred to in the previous paragraph, access to the Event and to recover any resulting damage from the Visitor.
Article 5. Access to the Event
5.1. Only an original, valid and undamaged Admission Ticket gives access to the Event.
5.2. The Organization may decide to provide Visitors with an item (such as a wristband), which makes it easy to see whether and to which the Visitor in question has access, hereinafter referred to as “ID medium”. The Visitor expressly declares that he will cooperate in this. The Visitor must carry the means of identification at all times during the Event and on the Site in the manner indicated, and may not break any seal. If the seal and / or loss is broken, the means of ID loses its validity and the Visitor can be removed from the Site and further access denied.
5.3. When visiting the Site, the Visitor will strictly follow the instructions of the employees of the Organization present there and employees of the police, fire brigade, GGD or other competent authorities.
5.4. The Visitor can be inspected at or before entering the Terrain, on the Terrain and also during the Event. The Visitor explicitly agrees with that possible visitation. If the Visitor does not cooperate, the Visitor will be denied access to the Site.
5.5. To gain access to the Event and / or the Site, the Visitor must be in possession of a valid proof of identity (passport, identity card or driver’s license), which must be shown on request.
5.6. Minimum age for access to the Event is 17 years, unless stated otherwise.
5.7. Access to the Event is possible from the opening time to the closing time. The times are stated on the Admission Ticket and / or on the Event website. The closing time is not necessarily also the end time of the Event.
5.8. Partly for security reasons, it is not possible to leave the Site temporarily after arrival, unless the Organization expressly agrees.
5.9. The following matters are not permitted on the Terrain, unless stated otherwise in the house rules of the Event concerned:
- brought food & drinks;
- brought food supplements & proteins (protein);
- glassware, sharp objects, umbrellas, (fire) weapons, laser pens; drugs (drugs);
vehicles (such as cars, trailers, caravans, campers and bicycles); construction tents;
- liquids such as (spray cans with) deodorant, lighter gas and perfume; sound installations, generators / aggregates, BBQs, stoves, refrigerators, tapping installations, – large objects (such as couches), confetti / party ploppers;
- clothing with discriminatory (such as nationalist and / or racist), offensive and / or threatening signs or expressions and also clothing with signs or club expressions (such as football shirts);
- professional photo, film and other recording equipment.
5.10. It is only permitted to take medication to the Event if:
- the medicines are still in the original and sealed packaging; and
- have the original package leaflet; and
- it can be demonstrated why these medicines are used.
If the aforementioned conditions are not met – or the Organization has other grounds for doubting the means / medicines shown – then the Organization is authorized to take the medicines, without the Organization being obliged to reimburse the (value of) die) medicines, and to deposit them in the appropriate container.
5.11. The Organization may seize objects found as referred to in Article 5.9 or have them seized. Legal items – which are also valuable – can be collected after payment of a fee to be determined by the Organization at the end of the Event. Illegal cases will be handed over to the police. If illegal things are found, the Organization may refuse the Visitor access to the Event.
Article 6. Coins (Tokens)
6.1. During Events and on the Territory, payments can only be made with Tokens sold by the Organization, unless otherwise indicated by the Organization. Tokens are and remain the property of the Organization.
6.2. Tokens can only be purchased on the Terrain.
6.3. Every edition of every Event has its own Tokens that are only valid during that edition of the Event. Purchased Tokens are not taken back and cannot be exchanged for money.
6.4. The Visitor is not permitted to (re) sell Tokens.
Article 7. other provisions
7.1. Toilet facilities are available on the premises. These are free of charge, unless stated otherwise. The Visitor is obliged to use those facilities. Pooping or peeing in places other than the toilet facilities is strictly prohibited.
7.2. Smoking is prohibited in all indoor locations / indoor locations on the Terrain.
7.3. Throwing liquor or throwing objects is prohibited.
7.4. It is forbidden to take property of the Organization with you. Removing property from the Organization is considered theft. This is reported to the police.
7.5. The Visitor is prohibited from behaving in such a way that the order at the Event is disturbed.
7.6. In the event of the destruction of property of the Organization or of third parties on or around the Site, a report is made to the police.
7.7. It is forbidden to sell goods on or around the Site before, during and after an Event without explicit written permission from the Organization.
7.8. Without explicit written permission from the Organization, it is prohibited to advertise before, during or after an Event on or in the vicinity of the Terrain in the broadest sense of the word. This prohibition includes the promotion of other events or things. Any form of advertising (such as by distributing flyers or stickers, hanging posters or addressing Visitors) is prohibited. A fine of at least € 1,000 is imposed on the Visitors (and / or persons) who act in violation of these provisions or who have instructed them to do so and / or the organization of the relevant event that is being advertised.
7.9. It is not permitted for the Visitor who has not yet reached the age of 18 to purchase, carry, drink and / or try to get hold of alcoholic beverages. Organization has the right to remove the Visitor who acts in violation of this article from the Site without the Organization being obliged to refund the entrance fee.
7.10. Regardless of his or her age, the Visitor is not permitted to provide alcoholic beverages (whether or not for a fee) to someone who has not yet reached the age of 18. Organization has the right to remove the Visitor who acts in violation of this article from the Site without the organization being obliged to refund the entrance fee.
Article 8. Media and media equipment
8.1. During the Event, photo and film recordings can be made on behalf of (or with an accreditation from) the Organization. The Visitor explicitly agrees that image and / or sound recordings are made on and around the Site of visitors (and therefore possibly also of the Visitor) of the Event and that these are distributed or exploited via all possible media forms.
8.2. During the Event, the Visitor is permitted to take photographic equipment intended for consumers on the Site and to use it. Photographic equipment intended for consumers is understood to mean: digital compact cameras (with a normal and fixed lens), telephones with a photo camera and disposable devices. It is not permitted to bring professional photographic equipment or accessories (such as a (extendable) tripod, which is also understood to mean, for example, a GoPro Telescoping Pole). Also taking a film camera is not allowed. Whether the unauthorized equipment referred to in this article is involved is solely at the discretion of the Organization. If in doubt as to whether the photographic equipment you wish to take with you is permitted, please contact the Organization by email prior to the Event.
8.3. In the event of a Visitor’s use of the equipment referred to in Article 8.2 and not permitted on the Site, the Organization is authorized:
(a) temporarily take the equipment into storage until (at the option of the Organization):
the Event has ended; or
the Visitor has demonstrated that all recordings and possible copies thereof have been deleted; or
a moment to be determined if the Organization has reasonable grounds for this;
b) remove the Visitor who acts contrary to Article 8.2 from the Site without the organization being obliged to refund the entrance fee.
8.4. Professional (press) photographers and / or persons who wish to make photo or film recordings of an Event for commercial reasons, must be in possession of a valid accreditation from the Organization.
8.5. Reproduction of and / or copying from the program (booklet), posters, other printed matter and / or digital expressions of the Organization or the Event is prohibited without explicit prior written permission from the Organization.
8.6. The Organization is authorized to inspect whether any action has been taken in violation of the aforementioned articles and is also authorized to seize and / or destroy registrations.
Article 9. Force majeure
9.1. In the event of force majeure, the Organization has the right to cancel or organize the Event on a different date.
9.2. The term “force majeure” as referred to in this article also includes all unforeseen circumstances that have arisen through no fault or fault of the Organization such as; illness or withdrawal of an artist, changes to the program or other force majeure situations such as weather conditions, epidemics, strikes, global health problems, terrorist threats etc.
9.3. If the Event is canceled as a result of or in connection with force majeure, the Organization will reimburse the purchase amount (excluding fees) of the Admission Ticket. The Visitor cannot claim any compensation for damages from the Organization other than the refund of the purchase amount. A refund will only be made after an original, valid and undamaged Admission Ticket has been issued by the Visitor to the Organization.
9.4. In contrast to Article 9.3. the Organization is not obliged to refund tickets in situations such as cancellation due to illness or withdrawal of an artist, program changes or other force majeure situations such as weather conditions, epidemics, strikes, global health problems, terrorist threats etc.
9.5. No refunds can be made while the event is taking place.
Article 10. Liability
10.1. The Visitor is a consumer: The liability of the Organization is limited to compensation for direct damage, whereby the amount to be paid to the Visitor will never be more than the amount that the insurer of the Organization pays out in the case concerned. The Organization is never liable for indirect damage, including consequential damage, lost profit, lost savings and damage due to business stagnation.
10.2. The Visitor is a (legal) person who acts in the exercise of a profession or business: the Organization is only liable for damage suffered by the Visitor, if and insofar as that damage is the direct result of intent or deliberate recklessness on the part of managers of the Organization. The liability in this case is limited to compensation for direct damage up to a maximum of the amount that the insurer of the Organization pays out in the case concerned.
10.3. Entering the Terrain and visiting the Event is entirely at your own risk. Safes for storing valuables are available on the property, whether or not for a fee, unless otherwise indicated. The use of a safe is entirely at your own risk. The Organization is not liable for damage, loss or theft of the Visitor’s possessions.
10.4. The Visitor declares that he is aware that loud music will be played during the Event. The Visitor is responsible for taking protective measures as required. The Organization advises the Visitor to occasionally give the audience a rest during the event by going to a room or place where no or less loud music is played and to wear hearing protection at all times.
10.5. Changes or deviations in the program that take place after the purchase of the Admission Ticket do not give the right to cancel the purchase (for example by dissolution or cancellation) and therefore not to (partial) refund of the purchase amount.
10.6. The Organization is not responsible for the way in which artists / acts give substance to their contribution to the Event.
Article 11. Dissolution
11.1. The Organization always has the right to dissolve the agreement with the Visitor in whole or in part. Termination in this case means that the order for Admission Tickets is canceled. Purchased cards are no longer valid from that moment. When canceling an order, the full purchase amount (excluding the fee paid by the Visitor) will be refunded to the Visitor. The Visitor cannot claim any (damage) compensation other than the refund of the purchase amount. If an order is canceled after an Admission Ticket has been issued to the Visitor, the purchase amount will only be reimbursed after an original, valid and undamaged Admission Ticket has been issued by the Visitor. This article does not apply when article 9 applies.
11.2. If the Visitor acts contrary to the agreement (including these general terms and conditions), he may be removed from the Terrain and denied further access. In addition, the Visitor is liable for all damage resulting from his actions. The amount to be reimbursed by the Visitor to the Organization is at least € 150.00, even if the damage actually suffered by the Organization would be lower.
Article 12. Personal data
12.1. The Organization processes personal data of Visitors and Visitors to its websites in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act.
Article 13. Final provisions
13.1. Only Dutch law applies to these terms and conditions.
13.2. These general terms and conditions have been drawn up in Dutch and translated into English. In the event of any inconsistency between the Dutch version and the English translation, only the Dutch version is binding.
13.3. The Court of Breda has exclusive jurisdiction to hear disputes that directly or indirectly relate to any agreement or legal act to which these general terms and conditions apply.
13.4. Insofar as the court designated in these terms and conditions, in the case of an agreement with a Visitor being a consumer, is not relatively competent, then the Visitor is entitled, within one month after the Organization has invoked this article in writing, to opt for settlement of the dispute by the court that is relatively competent by law.
If you have any questions regarding these terms and conditions, please contact us at customer firstname.lastname@example.org
Version 1.0, dated March 8, 2020.