Terms of Entry
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Pasifika Vibes Festival
Terms of Entry

Pasifika Vibes Festival – Terms and Conditions of Entry

By attending or participating in the Pasifika Vibes Festival, you agree to abide by the following Terms and Conditions of Entry. These terms apply to all individuals, including festival organisers, agents, representatives, staff, workers, volunteers, stall-holders, entertainers, guests, VIPs, and attendees.

1. Festival Organisers, its Agents and Representatives:

The festival organisers reserve the right to make decisions regarding the management and operations of the festival, including safety and security measures.
The organisers, agents, and representatives are not liable for any injury, loss, or damage sustained during the festival.

2. Entry Restrictions:

(i) Prohibited Items: No personnel, including attendees, stall-holders, entertainers, volunteers, VIPs, and organisers, may bring or permit to be brought into the Festival grounds, premises, buildings, market area, village, Stall, workshop, and parking area, any dangerous goods. The determination of what constitutes dangerous goods is at the sole discretion of the Organisers.

(ii) Animals: No personnel may bring or permit to be brought into the Festival grounds, premises, buildings, market area, village, Stall, workshop, and parking area, any animals, except for animals tasked with assisting individuals with disabilities, without the prior written consent of the Organisers.

(iii) Alcoholic Beverages: No personnel may bring or permit to be brought into the Festival grounds, premises, buildings, market area, village, Stall, workshop, and parking area, any alcoholic beverages.

(iv) The Organisers reserve the right to enforce these Entry Restrictions in the interest of safety and the overall enjoyment of the Festival. Failure to comply with these Entry Restrictions may result in removal from the Festival grounds or other consequences as determined by the Organisers.

3. Festival Staff, Workers, Volunteers:

Staff, workers, and volunteers must follow the instructions provided by organisers, agents, or representatives and adhere to the festival’s Code of Conduct (see below).

4. Festival Stall-Holders, Commercial Operators, Information Providers:

Stall-holders, commercial operators, and information providers must comply with the Stall-Holders Terms and Conditions and any applicable laws and regulations.

5. Festival Entertainers, Acts, Organisations, Individuals:

Entertainers, acts, organisations, and individuals must comply with the Entertainers Terms and Conditions.

6. Festival Guests and VIPs:

Guests and VIPs must abide by any specific requirements or instructions provided by the festival organisers.

7. Festival Attendees, General Public, Bystanders, Parents with Children:

Attendees are responsible for their own safety and the safety of their children.
Attendees must respect the festival rules, guidelines, and Code of Conduct (see below).

8. Payment of Gold Coin Donation Entry Fee:

All adult attendees are required to pay a gold coin donation upon entry to help cover festival costs.

9. Photo, Video, Social Media Footage:

By entering, attending and participating at Pasifika Vibes Festival, all attendees, including parents or guardians with children in their care, hereby acknowledge, agree and consent to being photographed, videotaped, or otherwise recorded by Pasifika Vibes Festival organisers, agents and representatives, and/or other attendees.

Attendees acknowledge that these images, videos, or recordings may be published globally in any medium, including but not limited to Pasifika Vibes Festival websites, Pasifika Vibes Festival organiser websites, social media pages of individuals and businesses, sponsor websites and publications, newspapers, magazines, books, or any other type of publication.

Attendees understand that, unless a prior agreement is in place between parties, any such images, videos, or recordings will remain the intellectual property of the person or organisation taking such footage. 

By attending the event, attendees grant the Pasifika Vibes Festival organisers, agents, and representatives and any other attendees the right to use and distribute these images, videos, or recordings for promotional, marketing, or any other purposes, provided that such footage is used and published legally and not for any nefarious purpose. 

Attendees agree that they will not be entitled to any compensation or further notification in relation to the use of these images, videos, or recordings.

10. Intellectual Property Rights:

All intellectual property rights related to the festival, including but not limited to logos, trademarks, images, videos, and promotional materials, belong to the festival organisers, agents, and representatives or their respective owners.
Attendees, stall-holders, entertainers, and all other participants must respect the intellectual property rights of others and not infringe upon these rights.

11. Start Time and Finish Time:

The festival will begin and end at the designated times as specified by the festival organisers.
Attendees and participants must adhere to these times and vacate the premises promptly when the festival concludes.

The festival organisers reserve the right to amend or update these Terms and Conditions of Entry at any time. Failure to comply with these Terms and Conditions of Entry may result in removal from the festival grounds or other consequences as determined by the festival organisers. 

Pasifika Vibes Festival
Code of Conduct

Pasifika Vibes Festival – Code of Conduct

The Pasifika Vibes Festival is committed to creating an inclusive, enjoyable, fun, and safe environment for all participants. 

This Code of Conduct outlines the expectations for behaviour at the festival, applying to everyone involved, including festival organisers, agents, representatives, staff, workers, volunteers, stall-holders, entertainers, guests, VIPs, and attendees. By attending or participating in the festival, you agree to abide by this Code of Conduct.

1. Festival Organisers, its Agents, and Representatives:

(i) Act professionally, ethically, and with integrity.
(ii) Treat everyone with respect and courtesy.
(iii) Ensure a safe and inclusive environment for all.

2. Festival Staff, Workers, and Volunteers:

(i) Follow instructions provided by the organisers, their agents, or representatives.
(ii) Be polite, helpful, and respectful to all attendees.
(iii) Maintain a safe and clean work environment.

3. Festival Stall-Holders, Commercial Operators, and Information Providers:

(i) Stall-Holders and their staff must maintain a courteous and respectful demeanour when interacting with the public, Event Organisers, and staff, refraining from the use of offensive language or engaging in any behaviour that could tarnish the reputation of the Event, the Organisers, or their Agents and Representatives.

(ii) Stall-Holders bear responsibility and liability for the conduct of their staff, workers, and volunteers.

(iii) Provide accurate and appropriate information.
(iv) Respect the rights of others, including intellectual property rights.
(v) Comply with all applicable laws and regulations.

4. Festival Entertainers, Acts, Organisations, and Individuals:

(i) Provide family-friendly and culturally appropriate performances.
(ii) Respect the schedule and allocated performance times.
(iii) Follow directions from festival staff, stage crew, and organisers.

5. Festival Guests and VIPs:

(i) Conduct themselves professionally and courteously.
(ii) Respect the rights and privacy of others.
(iii) Engage with festival attendees in a friendly and approachable manner.

6. Festival Attendees, General Public, Bystanders, Parents with Children:

(i) Pay the gold coin donation entry fee.
(ii) Respect the festival rules and guidelines.
(iii) Supervise children at all times.
(iv) Enjoy the festival while being mindful, respectful, and helpful to others.

7. Police Presence:

(i) Report any issues or concerns to the police present at the festival.

8. Festival Attendance and Online Visibility:

(i) Be aware that the festival will be attended by many people and possibly streamed or recorded online.
(ii) Act appropriately, knowing that your actions may be viewed by a wider audience.

9. Parking and Transportation:

(i) Park in designated areas as directed by volunteers.
(ii) Use public transportation when possible.

10. Facilities and Amenities:

(i) Use the designated toilet areas and maintain cleanliness.
(ii) Dispose of waste properly in designated bins.

11. Children’s Village:

(i) Participate in family-friendly activities and entertainment.
(ii) Ensure the safety and supervision of children at all times.

12. Main Stage, Backstage, Green Room, and Performance Areas:

(i) Follow instructions from the Entertainment Coordinator, MC, Sound Crew, and Stage Crew.
(ii) Behave professionally and courteously while waiting for scheduled performance times.

13. Food, Drink, and Waste Disposal:

(i) Enjoy food and drink responsibly.
(ii) Dispose of waste in designated areas, and recycle when possible.

Failure to comply with this Code of Conduct may result in removal from the festival grounds or other consequences as determined by the Festival Organisers. The Festival Organisers reserve the right to amend or update this Code of Conduct at any time.

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