“Zew się budzi” (“Call of Nature is Awakening”) Cisna 2020
May 1-2, 2020
IT IS PROHIBITED TO:
1. Bring any audio and video recorders, including drones and selfie-sticks, as well as photo cameras stipulated herein
2. Bring hazardous objects, including weapons, firecrackers, flares
3. Bring alcohol and drugs
4. Bring own food and beverages
5. Bring wrapped/sealed parcels, packages, etc.
I GENERAL PROVISIONS:
1. These Regulations (hereinafter referred to as “Regulations”) were issued pursuant to provisions of the Act of March 20th, 2009 on safety of mass events, consolidated text JoL 2017, item 1160 (hereinafter referred to as “Act”) and provisions of the Civil Code.
2. The Regulations were issued by the Organiser of the “Zew się budzi” Festival, which is going to take place on May 1-2, 2020 in Cisna, in the City Stadium (hereinafter called “Event”), i.e. by the company eco in sp. z o.o. S.K.A. with registered seat at Warsaw, ul. Powsińska 18, entered in the register of entrepreneurs by Warsaw District Court in Warsaw under KRS (National Court Register) number: 00484471 (hereinafter referred to as “Organiser”).
3. The Regulations are addressed to all persons who will be present at the Venue of the Event during the Event. Each and every person present at the Venue of the Event during the Event shall obey the provisions hereof.
4. The aim hereof is to provide safety during the Event by stipulating rules of conduct for persons present at the Event and using the Venue where the Event takes place, as well as foequipment located there, and defining rights and obligations of participants of the Event deriving from the purchase of an entrance ticket to the Event.
5. The following terms used herein shall have the following meaning:
“Ticket” is an individual consent to enter the Event, which is exchanged for an ID Wristband at the entrance to the Venue of the Event.
“ID Wristband” means an identification item given by the Organiser at the entrance to the Venue of the Event upon return of the Ticket; the ID Wristband shall be fastened on a hand permanently; its shape shall be defined by the Organiser; the ID Wristband shall be used by one person; damaging or breaking the ID Wristband shall make it invalid; giving away the ID Wristband shall be prohibited. Every Participant of the Event shall exchange the Ticket for the ID Wristband personally.
“Sectors” mean particular zones at the Venue of the Event: (I) Zone of Mass Event, (II) Catering-Sale Zone and VIP Zone, where access may be granted only upon purchase of an adequate type of the Ticket and obtaining a proper ID Wristband.
“Security Service” and “Information Service” means persons appointed by the Organiser, including employees of a security service company, who have ID badges, to provide safety of Participants of the Event; this includes checking the Participants’ right to enter the Venue of the Event. ID badges of every employee of Security and Information Service shall be attached in a visible place and present the following data: name of an issuer, identification number, validity period, stamp and signature of the issuer.
“Venue of the Event” means a designated fragment of the area of Lesko City Stadium, where the Event takes place, or any other place where the Event may be moved due to material reasons, which shall be publicly announced before the Event.
“Participant of the Event” means a person authorised to participate in the Event on the basis of the ID Wristband granted upon the return of the Ticket. A person under 16 years of age may also participate in the Event if they are in custody of an adult, after purchasing the Ticket for both the person under age (50% value) and the adult; the purchase of the Ticket is not required for children under 6 years of age. A parent / legal guardian shall possess a document confirming a full name and age of the child and shall fill in a declaration about liability for the person under age according to a template provided by the Organiser. The declaration is available on the website of the Event – it shall be filled in, printed and presented at the entrance to the Venue of the Event. One adult person may be a guardian for maximum five children under age who take part in the Event. A person under age who is 16 years old or older (i.e. persons born before May 1st, 2004) may participate in the Event on their own.
II TICKET SALE:
6. Tickets are sold exclusively in authorised ticket agencies and online, on zewsiebudzi.pl, www.ebilet.pl. Tickets may be sold exclusively at the price printed on the Ticket. The list of authorised ticket agencies is available on www.zewsiebudzi.pl.
7. Resale of Tickets on auctions, biddings or through any other actions aimed at making profit shall be prohibited. Public offering of transfer of ownership of Tickets, including cases when the Ticket would be a reward in a competition, lottery, premium sales or any other kind of promotions, even if free of charge, shall be prohibited.
8. Pursuant to the Act of May 20, 1971, art. 133, Petty Offence Code, the Organiser hereby informs that “a purchase of tickets to artistic, entertainment or sport events to resell them at a profit or selling such tickets at a profit shall be punishable by arrest, restriction on freedom or fine. Attempting, instigating or aiding shall also be punishable.”
9. Only original Tickets, purchased in accordance herewith, may be exchanged for the ID Wristband. The Ticket purchased with violation hereof may be invalidated by the Organiser. The Organiser hereby warns that purchasing Tickets from third parties may carry a risk of purchasing fake tickets, which results in refusal of exchanging such ticket for the ID Wristband and participating in the Event.
The Organiser hereby informs that a unique barcode printed on every Ticket authorises to exchange the Ticket for the ID Wristband only at first scanning. The Organiser warns that in case of giving the Ticket (in any form) to a third person, the Ticket may be used by that person and the purchaser of the Ticket may be refused to exchange the Ticket for the ID Wristband and enter the Event. In such case the Organiser shall not be liable towards the purchaser of the Ticket.
10. Disabled persons shall have the right to purchase special tickets with a discount.
III ENTRANCE TO THE VENUE AND SECTORS:
11. Entrance to the Venue of the Event shall be granted to a person possessing an ID card, or any other document confirming their identity, and the Ticket, which shall be exchanged for the ID Wristband at the first entrance to the Venue of the Event. Every entrance to the Venue shall be granted only to Participants with undamaged ID Wristbands permanently fastened on their hands.
12. Despite regulations stipulated hereinabove, in accordance with provisions of the Act, the Organiser shall refuse entrance to the Venue of the Event to:
a) Persons with a ruling forbidding their participation in mass events or presence on venues where mass events take place, issued by a court in connection with a conditional suspension of imprisonment, or persons under age, pursuant to art. 6 point 2 of the Act of October 26, 1982 on juvenile delinquency proceedings, as well as persons with international or club ban within the meaning of the Act;
b) Persons who refuse to undergo activities stipulated in point 22 hereof;
c) Persons who are under the visible influence of alcohol, intoxicants, psychotropic drugs or any other substances resulting in similar effects;
d) Persons carrying weapons or other hazardous objects, explosives, pyrotechnical products, flammable materials, alcohol, intoxicants or psychotropic drugs;
e) Persons acting violently, provocatively, or in any other way creating hazard to public safety and order.
Evaluating whether or not the objects as hazardous lies within the responsibility of the Security Service.
13. The Organiser may refuse entrance to the Event and participation in the Event to:
a) Persons without ID Wristbands;
b) Persons whose appearance makes their identification impossible;
c) Persons carrying plastic, glass or metal containers or cans, etc;
d) Persons who do not have their ID card or any other document confirming their identity.
14. Only persons having proper ID Wristbands may enter particular Sectors.
IV ORGANISATION AND ORDER AT THE VENUE OF THE EVENT:
15. The Organiser shall ensure safety and order to persons present at the Event by:
a) The work of Security Service and Information Service employees who wear distinctive elements of clothing;
b) Appointing a security manager who will coordinate and organise the work of Security Service and Information Service;
c) Providing medical assistance and sanitary facilities;
d) Moving the Event to another venue if there is a need.
16. Participants of the Event and all other persons present at the Venue shall obey orders of Security Service and Information Service employees, including the security manager. Disobedience may only be justified in case the orders do not comply with generally binding provisions of law.
17. Participants of the Event and all other persons present at the Venue shall act in a way which does not create any hazard to safety of other people present at the Event, in particular, they shall obey the provisions hereof. Destroying information signs and boards, advertisement carriers, equipment and devices located at the Venue etc, shall be prohibited. The Participants shall use sanitary facilities exclusively in accordance with their intended purpose.
18. Participants of the Event and all other persons present at the Venue shall have their valid ID Wristbands with them. In case the Participant does not have the ID Wristband with them, the ID Wristband is torn or damaged, or it is not fastened on the Participant’s hand, the Participant shall be removed from the Venue. In case the ID Wristband gets torn or damaged (at the Venue), the Participant shall immediately notify this to the security manager at the Venue entrance gate and bring the damaged ID wristband in order to exchange it for a new one. Only ID wristbands damaged at the Venue may be exchanged for new ones. In case the Participant leaves the Venue with the torn or damaged ID wristband without prior notification to the security manager, such behaviour shall mean that the Participant has given up the participation in the Event.
19. In case the Participant notifies the Organiser that they need to take off the ID Wristband from their hand during the time between leaving the Venue on a particular day and returning to the Venue on the next day (e.g. because of the type of work performed by the Participant, etc), only the same Participant shall have the right to re-enter the Venue and obtain a new ID Wristband upon the return of the old ID Wristband and after verification of compliance of the Participant’s identity with the notification. The notification described herein shall be submitted by the Participant at the Information Spot located by the entrance gate, before entering the Venue for the first time or, at the latest, before leaving the Venue; in the latter case the Participant shall present the undamaged ID Wristband on their hand and the ID card. The Participant shall collect the new ID Wristband at the same spot where the Participant submitted the notification. This procedure shall not apply in case the Participant has taken off their ID Wristband without prior notification.
20. It is prohibited to:
a) Bring, and carry during the Event, cameras, audio and video recording equipment (except mobile phones) and photo cameras which may be used professionally, including cameras with interchangeable lens and optical zoom over 6x. The prohibition shall include bringing tripods and so-called selfie-sticks; photos may be taken exclusively for private purposes. Photos shall be taken in a way which does not obstruct the visibility of the stage or disturb other persons standing nearby;
b) Bring in dogs and other animals to the Venue, i.e. Sector I and II, except guide dogs with a valid certificate confirming their status of a guide dog and valid certificate of obligatory veterinary vaccinations;
c) Bring in beverages or food, except persons whose physical condition requires specific diet confirmed by a medical opinion;
d) Bring, carry or use unmanned aerial vehicles, drones or other flying objects above the Venue of the Event or its proximity;
e) Bring and use skateboards, longboards, two-wheeled vehicles, roller blades or roller skates at the Venue.
21. Within the scope of the Act and executive regulations, the Organiser shall be entitled to record the Event, in particular, to record people’s behaviour with devices recording image and sound. Materials collected by the Organiser during recording of the Event, which might serve as evidence to start legal actions or proceedings in minor offence cases, or as evidence essential for pending proceedings of that kind, shall be immediately handed over to a district prosecutor having territorial jurisdiction over the Venue of the Event or to the Police. Materials collected by the Organiser during recording of the Event, which do not contain evidence to start legal actions or proceedings in minor offence cases, or as evidence essential for pending proceedings of that kind, shall be archived for at least a month as of the day the Event is finished; after that period the materials shall be destroyed by a commission.
22. Pursuant to the provisions of the Act, Security Service and Information Service employees who wear ID badges attached in visible places shall be entitled to:
a) Check the Participants’ right to be present at the Event;
b) Check ID documents of persons present at the Event in order to verify their identity;
c) Check the content of luggage and clothes in case there is a suspicion that the Participants carry in or possess objects described in points 12d., 13d. or 20 hereof;
d) Check the Participants’ entitlement to stay at the Event and, in case the Participants do not have such entitlement, call them in to leave the Event;
e) Command people to calm down in case they disturb public order or disobey the provisions of Mass Event Regulations and, in case they ignore the command, call them in to leave the Event;
f) Use the means of physical coercion stipulated in art.12 section 1, point 1a and b, point 2a and point 12a of the Act of May 24, 2013 on means of physical coercion and firearms in cases stipulated in art. 11 point 1 and 2 thereof (JoL item 628);
g) Apprehend, and immediately hand over to the Police, persons creating direct hazard to human life or health or protected possessions.
23. Security Service or Information Service employees shall remove from the Venue persons who disturb the public order or behave in a way which infringes the provisions hereof.
24. Depending on the potential risk and needs, Security Service and Information Service employees may be equipped with:
– Manual metal detectors
– Templates of tickets, ID wristbands and invitations
– Other necessary and legally permitted means of personal protection.
25. Security Service or Information Service employees shall have the right to verify the Participant’s entitlement to participate in the Event by:
– Checking whether the Participant possesses the valid Ticket or, after exchanging the Ticket, the valid ID Wristband
– Comparing the presented document with the template.
26. In case the Participant’s luggage or clothing contains objects, whose carrying and bringing in to the Event is prohibited, the Security employee shall not let the Participant enter the Event or remove the Participant from the Venue.
27. In case the Participant’s luggage or clothing contains weapons or other hazardous objects, alcohol, explosives, pyrotechnical materials, flammables, intoxicating or psychotropic substances, the Security Service or Information Service employee shall apprehend the Participant who owns the searched luggage or clothes, confiscate the objects described hereinabove, draw up a protocol of this action and hand over the Participant to the Police together with the confiscated objects.
28. Persons who infringed the provisions hereof and provisions of the Act and therefore were denied entrance to the Event or stay at the Event or were removed from the Venue, shall not preserve the right to be reimbursed for the cost of the Ticket.
29. Conducting any form of commercial or any other profitable activity, advertising or promotional actions at the Venue without Organiser’s consent shall be prohibited.
30. The Organiser divides the Venue into Sectors:
– Sector I, concerts – venue of the mass event
– Sector II, catering – a separate catering-commercial zone, where food and alcohol over 3.5% is sold. It is excluded from the venue of the mass event and this is the only place where alcohol purchased there and beer over 3.5% may be consumed. Beer below 3.5% may also be purchased in Sector I.
– Main stage
– VIP zone
– Main entrance
– Spots where Security Service employees are permanently present
– Marked evacuation exits.
31. The Organiser guarantees fire safety by providing that:
a) There is a professional firefighting brigade present at the Venue, ready to take actions in case of fire or evacuation;
b) Security Service and Information Service employees are trained in terms of: conducting evacuation, alarming fire brigade, operating manual firefighting equipment and providing first aid.
32. During the Event, the Organiser and Participants, as well as other persons present at the Venue, shall obey provisions of the Act on education in sobriety and prevention against alcoholism.
V RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF PARTICIPANTS:
33. The Organiser hereby informs that due to a significant number of Participants, the necessity to exchange Tickets for ID Wristbands and necessary precautions and control procedures applied at the entrance to the Event, it is recommended that the Participants come to the Venue with at least two-hour advance.
34. The Organiser informs that Participants and other persons present at the Venue, in particular in Zone I, will be exposed to loud sounds which might cause hearing defects. Moreover, during the Event stroboscope lights will be used.
35. The Organiser records the Event for the purpose of documentation, promotion, advertisement of the Event and other events in future, as well as for other purposes of the Organiser and sponsors. The image of persons present at the Venue may be recorded and distributed for the purpose of documentation, reports, advertisement and promotion.
VI CANCELLATION OF THE EVENT:
36. The Organiser shall preserve the right to cancel the Event without prior notification for reasons beyond Organiser’s responsibility. In such case the Ticket owner shall have the right to reimbursement of the cost of the Ticket upon a written request submitted at the Organiser’s office within seven (7) days and on the basis of the purchase receipt. The request shall be reviewed within thirty (30) days as of the day the request was submitted at the Organiser’s office.
37. All complaints shall be submitted in a written for not later than within fourteen (14) days as of the day the Event was finished. Complaints shall be sent to the Organiser’s correspondence address:
Eco in sp. z o.o. S.K.A.
ul. Powsińska 18, 02-920 Warszawa
38. The Organiser shall review complaints submitted in accordance with point 36 hereabove within twenty-one (21) days as of the day the complaint was sent to the Organiser in the form of a registered letter. A person filing the complaint shall have a postal receipt confirming sending the registered letter.
39. Raising claims shall be possible only after the complaint procedure stipulated herein was exhausted.
VII PENALTIES UNDER THE ACT:
40. A person who does not obey safety orders deriving from the Act or given by the Security Service or Information Service employees shall be subject to arrest, restriction on freedom or fine.
41. A person who carries or brings in weapons, other hazardous objects, explosives, pyrotechnical materials or flammables shall be subject to arrest or restriction on freedom.
IX FINAL PROVISIONS:
42. All rights to the name and logo of the Event are registered by the Organiser. Official programmes and gadgets connected with the Event shall be sold exclusively at the Venue of the Event or in sales spots authorised by the Organiser.
42. The status of the sponsor may be granted exclusively by the Organiser.
43. The Organiser shall not be liable for any consequences of force majeure.
44. These Regulations are available:
– On website of the Festival, i.e. zewsiebudzi.pl
– At information spots at the Venue of the Event
– At box offices at the Venue of the Event
46. Correspondence to the Organiser shall be sent to the address stipulated in point 36 hereabove, in a written form, in a registered letter.
47. Security Service and Information Service employees may give their own safety and fire safety instructions in accordance with binding provisions of law.
48. Matters not stipulated herein shall be settled under the Act.
49. These Regulations shall come into force as of December 9th, 2019.