TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE
General Terms and Conditions
Attendance at the event is subject to the following conditions and any other statements or directives either displayed on the premises or within promotional literature. Note that these conditions apply to camping ticketholders who are also subject to additional camping conditions.
- Admission is at the ticket holders own risk.
- All conditions shown on the tickets are to be read together with all other statements or directives either shown on the ticket, displayed on the premises or conditions of sale literature.
- The possession of your ticket shall constitute an acceptance by the holder of these conditions and imply an undertaking on the part of the holder to observe them. In the event of any breach of these conditions the organisers reserve the right to cancel your ticket and retain any monies paid therefore.
- Persons under the age of 18 will not be permitted – ID may be required on the gate.
- Ticket holders consent to being filmed, photographed and recorded.
- We regret that the organisers accept no responsibility for loss, damage or injury.
- The organisers reserve the right to change the programme without prior notice and to cancel or postpone any activity.
- Tickets are non transferable and cannot be exchanged, refunded or replaced or resold.
- At the entry gate to the Festival, a wristband (or equivalent) will be given in exchange for a valid Festival ticket. A wristband (or equivalent) will allow the wearer to leave and re-enter the Festival premises.
- Last admission (including re-entry) to the festival is at 9.30pm on Saturday 2 July. The last bus from the City Centre will be at approximately 8.30pm.
- Tickets or wristbands will be invalidated if any part of it is removed, detached, altered or defaced. Wristbands will not be reissued or replaced regardless of whether you still have the ticket stub.
- The organisers reserve the right to refuse entry or to require any ticketholder or anyone without a valid wristband to leave the premises. Any person found to be behaving in a manner deemed unsociable or potentially dangerous will be ejected from the event site without refund. This includes the use of illegal substances or so-called ‘legal highs’.
- In the interest of the safety of Hylands Park users NO GLASS OR GLASS BOTTLES ARE PERMITTED WITHIN THE PREMISES (including camping) - any found will be confiscated.
- With the exception of special assistance dogs, no animals are permitted onto the premises. Please inform the Festival organiser if you intend to bring an assistance dog.
- No smoking is permitted within any structure at the premises.
- No fires, BBQs, heaters or gas fires are permitted at the premises including camping areas.
- It is a license condition that NO ALCOHOL MAY BE TAKEN ON TO OR FROM THE PREMISES excluding VIP camping areas. Alcohol may be purchased from the licensed bars situated on site. ANY ALCOHOL DEEMED TO HAVE BEEN BROUGHT ON TO THE PREMISES WILL BE CONFISCATED unless in the VIP camping area.
- The organiser reserves the right to search all persons and personal property and refuse admission to, or eject from, the premises any person who refuses to be searched by a security official.
- No re-entry to site after 9.30pm for full ticket holders.
- No re-entry to site or Campsite for Campers between Midnight 2 July and 6am 3 July.
Camping Terms and Conditions
Please read the terms & conditions for camping ticketholders carefully. For further information on camping, please see our FAQ pages.
- Terms and Conditions for Camping Ticketholders – The Fling Festival 2016
- Camping at the event is subject to the following conditions and any other statements or directives either displayed on the premises or within promotional literature. Please note that as festival ticketholders, all campers are subject to the same conditions as listed in the General Terms & Conditions for Ticketholders at The Fling Festival.
- Camping is only available to each Festival ticketholder who has purchased a Camping ticket (each type of ticket is sold separately).
- Each Camper intending to sleep overnight in their own tent must purchase a Bring Your Own Tent Camping ticket and will be responsible for bringing a tent for their own or group use. They will also be responsible for erecting their tent on Saturday and removing their tent on Sunday.
- Camping tickets may only be purchased in advance.
- At the entry gate to the Festival Camping area, a wristband (or equivalent) will be given in exchange for a valid Camping ticket. This wristband (or equivalent) will allow the wearer to leave and re-enter the Camping area during open hours.
- There is no re-entry to the campsite between midnight on 3 July and 6am on 3 July.
- Camping at The Fling Festival is at the ticketholders own risk.
- Due to limited space, no gazebos or similar structures are permitted on the premises. The Festival organisers politely request that Bring Your Own Tent Camping ticketholders do not bring huge tents with them
- Camping for the public is only permitted in the designated Festival Camping area. Ticketholders must follow instructions given by Festival staff.
- For safety reasons, no ‘sleep in’ vehicles (such as camper vans) may be used for overnight stays at the premises.
- No vehicles are permitted in the Camping area and must remain in the Festival Car Park overnight (the car park is located approximately 300 metres from the camping area) No vehicle movement between midnight on 3 July and 6am on 3 July