12/13/14 August 2016 - Recreation Area Puyenbroeck Wachtebeke

Internal Regulations

INTERNAL REGULATIONS THE QONTINENT
(Present regulations will be made clearly visible at the entrance as stipulated by the law)

EXIT = NO RE-ENTRY
DON'T BRING FOOD, DRINKS, WEAPONS or DRUGS

OPENING HOURS/CHECK-IN FESTIVAL
- Saturday 13 august 2016: 12:00h – 01:00h
(you can exchange your E-ticket for your access bracelet until 22:00h)
- Sunday 14 august 2016: 12:00h – 23:00h
(you can exchange your E-ticket for your access bracelet until 20:00h)

ARTICLE 1
Persons entering the festival grounds must review these regulations and accept and comply with the provisions.

ARTICLE 2
Every person presenting him or herself at the entrance of the festival grounds must be in possession of either a valid entry ticket or a special admission issued by the organiser. One entry ticket is only valid for 1 admission of 1 person and is only valid on the day or days of the festival. When leaving the site, a new entry ticket is needed. Forging the entry ticket or any other special admission to access the site will be prosecuted without exception. The organisation reserves the right to deny visitors access to the festival from 22:00h on Saturday and 20:00h on Sunday, regardless of a valid entry ticket or special admission issued by the organiser. Each holder of an entry ticket or a special admission issued by the organiser is at the campsite at his or her own risk releasing the organiser from any liability, including theft and accidents.

ARTICLE 3
The entry ticket or pass is neither exchangeable nor refundable by the organisation.

ARTICLE 4
The entry ticket or pass must be given upon entering the event.

ARTICLE 5
Access to the festival grounds is off-limits or refused to people who:
- are clearly under the influence of alcohol, drugs or any other stimulant.
- have been banned from festivals before, imposed by either the organiser or the administrative or legal authorities.
- show by manifest behaviour to have the intent to disturb public peace or to provoke such a thing by inciting to assault, hatred, rage, etc.
- resist the control and the non-systematic search by the festival's security guards and security services.
- refuse to declare objects that are considered to be dangerous or off-limits by the festival's security services (see article 7).
- in any way act in violation of the provisions of one or more articles of these internal regulations.

ARTICLE 6
Every holder of an entry ticket or a special admission who desires to enter the festival grounds must submit to the ticket or special admission validation. Entering the festival grounds implies a possible search. The security guards can ask the holders of an entry ticket or special admission of the same sex to voluntarily submit themselves to a superficial inspection of clothing and luggage, in order to detect objects that may, when brought to the festival grounds, disrupt the course of the festival or the campsite, jeopardise the safety of the other festival goers and disturb the public peace. The security guards may request to renounce these objects.

ARTICLE 7
It is forbidden for holders of an entry ticket or a special admission presenting themselves at the entrance of the festival grounds as well as the persons present on the festival grounds to bring, have somebody else bring or be in possession of the following objects:
- own drinks or food, bottles, glasses, drugs or stimulants and the like.
- people who require nutrients or medication for medical reasons (e.g. diabetes) must be in possession of a medical certificate.
- deodorant or perfume in big bottles or sprays (cosmetics in normal shape and size are allowed (max size 50ml)).
- any apparatus (umbrella, sunshade, tripod for (movie) camera, cane) considered dangerous by the security services to the other festival goers may be refused.
- projectiles or explosives in solid, liquid or gaseous form.

- inflammable products or materials, sprays.
- pyrotechnical objects such as Bengal lights, etc.
- any weapon or dangerous, sharp or bruising object which could be used in such a way (sticks, chains, stabbing or thrust weapons and the like).
- if it can be used as a means to disturb the public peace, endanger the safety of the crowd and/or inflict damage to persons and goods.
- animals are not allowed on the festival grounds.

ARTICLE 8
On the festival grounds, it is strictly forbidden for holders of an entry ticket or a special admission to:
- try to access inaccessible sections or to be in inaccessible sections of the site in accordance with the entry ticket or the special admission, such as production rooms, artists' lodges, neutral and VIP zones, press rooms, offices, backstage, etc.
- climb tents, constructions, fences, closures, lighting columns, tables, benches or any other infrastructure of the site.
- obstruct the accesses, exits and evacuation routes and to linger at these locations any longer than strictly necessary for entering or exiting the site.
- disguise themselves or to avoid being recognised, to disturb the public peace and to compromise the safety of the general public.
- sell or bring to market drinks, food or any other product without the express consent of the organiser.
- throw or to shoot with any object or liquid or any other product in loose or gaseous form.
- smoke in areas where no smoking is allowed.
- pee in public.
- all vehicles that are on the site must be equipped with a sticker, issued by the organisation. Offenders will be towed at the expense of the offender.

ARTICLE 9
Texts, symbols, images, gestures and obscene language inciting racism, xenophobia, provocation and discrimination are forbidden.

ARTICLE 10
Festival goers must heed the directions of the organiser or his appointed or mandated persons at all times on the festival grounds. Failure to comply will lead to a removal from the festival grounds. If necessary, the organiser may call on the police.

The holder of an entry ticket agrees to adhere to the instructions imposed by the organiser in the framework of the public peace and safety during the event.

Festival goers who are removed from the festival grounds for any of the aforementioned reasons will be denied access to the festival grounds for the remainder of the festival, even if they are in possession of a new entry ticket or special admission.

In case the organiser denies somebody access to the festival grounds, the former is entitled to deprive that person of his entry ticket and to deny that person further access in order to prevent that person from trying to enter the site. If the organiser has that person removed from the site, the former is not obliged to refund the entry ticket.

ARTICLE 11
For safety reasons, the organiser reserves the right to:
- interrupt or stop the festival.
- provisionally keep the festival goers on the site at the end of the festival.
- totally or partially vacate the site.
- deny access to the site regardless of the possession of a valid entry ticket.

The organiser may be forced to alter the programme or the timetable of the festival. In this case the entry ticket remains valid and it is neither exchangeable nor refundable.

ARTICLE 12
In accordance with the law of 8 December 1992 on 'The protection of privacy in relation to the processing of personal data, modified by the Act of 11 December 1998 transposing Directive 95/46/EC of 24 October 1995 of the European Parliament and the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data' the campsite visitor is informed that the organiser is collecting data because of security reasons and processes these in a database. This law regulates the processing and the right to consult personal data. The personal data obtained by purchasing the entry ticket can be used by the organiser for promotional purposes. All personal data of these records are according to the regulations of the law of 8/12/1992 on the protection of privacy.

Every person who enters the festival grounds agrees to the fact that he or she may be photographed and filmed and that the images can be registered and stored. These pictures or footage can be used by the organiser to promote 'The Qontinent'. Registering and storing these images by the police and/or organiser also takes place with the aim to ensure the enforcement of and compliance with the safety on the festival grounds.

The processing of the images aims to prevent crimes and violations to these internal regulations and to track down and facilitate sanctioning the perpetrators by means of identification.

Pictures or movies made by the festival goers on the site may not be used for commercial or public purposes, unless with written consent of the organiser.


INTERNAL REGULATIONS CAMPING THE QONTINENT
(Present regulations will be made clearly visible at the entrance as stipulated by the law)

ACCESS TO CAMPING “THE QONTINENT" ONLY WITH CAMPING-BRACELET IN COMBINATION WITH FESTIVAL-BRACELET
DON'T BRING FOOD, DRINKS, WEAPONS or DRUGS

OPENING HOURS/CHECK-IN CAMPING

- Friday 12/08 : Check-In possible from 14:00h until 00:00h
- Saturday 13/08: Check-In possible from 10:00h until 20:00h
- Sunday 14/08: Check-In possible from 10:00h until 14:00h

EXIT POLICY: For safety reasons you can't leave and re-enter the camping ground 01:00h after the festival. The camping opens every day at 07:00h in the morning.

ARTICLE 1
Persons entering the campsite of “The Qontinent", must review these regulations and accept and comply with the provisions.

ARTICLE 2
Every person presenting him or herself at the entrance of the campsite must be in possession of either a valid entry ticket or a special admission issued by the organiser. One entry ticket is only valid for 1 admission of 1 person and is only valid on the day or days of the campsite. Forging the entry ticket or any other special admission to access the site will be prosecuted without exception.

The organisation reserves the right to deny visitors access to the campingsite from 22:00h on Friday and Saturday and from 12:00h on Sunday, regardless of a valid entry ticket or special admission issued by the organiser.

Each holder of a ticket or a special admission issued by the organiser is at the campsite at his or her own risk releasing the organiser from any liability, including theft and accidents.

ARTICLE 3
The entry ticket or pass is neither exchangeable nor refundable by the organisation.

ARTICLE 4
The entry ticket or pass must be given upon entering the event in exchange for a bracelet. This bracelet grants you access to the campsite during “The Qontinent" opening hours.

ARTICLE 5
Access to camping “The Qontinent" is off-limits or refused to people who:
- are clearly under the influence of alcohol, drugs or any other stimulant.
- have been banned from festivals before, imposed by either the organiser or the administrative or legal authorities.
- show by manifest behaviour to have the intent to disturb public peace or to provoke such a thing by inciting to assault, hatred, rage, etc.
- resist the control and the non-systematic search by the security guards and the security services of both the festival and campsite.
- refuse to declare objects that are considered to be dangerous or off-limits by the camping security services (see article 7).
- in any way act in violation of the provisions of one or more articles of these internal regulations.

ARTICLE 6

Every holder of an entry ticket or a special admission who desires to enter the campsite and the festival grounds must submit to the ticket or special admission validation. Entering the campsite or festival grounds implies a possible search. The security guards can ask the holders of an entry ticket or the special admission of the same sex to voluntarily submit themselves to a superficial inspection of clothing and luggage, in order to detect objects that may, when brought to the festival grounds or the campsite, disrupt the course of the festival or the campsite, jeopardise the safety of the other festival goers and disturb the public peace.

The security guards may request to renounce these objects.

ARTICLE 7
It is forbidden for holders of an entry ticket or a special admission presenting themselves at the entrance of the campsite and festival grounds as well as the persons present at the campsite or festival grounds to bring, have somebody else bring or be in the possession of the following objects:
- bottles, glasses, drugs or stimulants and the like. People who require nutrients or medication for medical reasons (e.g. diabetes) must be in possession of a medical certificate.
- deodorant or perfume in big bottles or sprays (cosmetics in normal shape and size are allowed (max. size 50ml).
- any apparatus (umbrella, sunshade, tripod for (movie) camera, cane) deemed dangerous to the other campsite or festival goers may be refused.
- projectiles or explosives in solid, liquid or gaseous form.
- inflammable products or materials, sprays.
- pyrotechnical objects such as Bengal lights, etc.
- no BBQ gas cylinders, only small BBQs are allowed in the specially designated BBQ zone on the campsite.
- any weapon or dangerous, sharp or bruising object which could be used in such a way (sticks, chains, stabbing or thrust weapons and the like)
- if it can be used as a means to disturb the public peace, endanger the safety of the crowd and/or inflict damage to persons and goods.
- dry ice

Animals are not allowed on the campsite and festival grounds.

ARTICLE 8
On the campsite and festival grounds, it is strictly forbidden for holders of an entry ticket or a special admission to:
- try to access inaccessible sections or to be in inaccessible sections of the site in accordance with the entry ticket or the special admission, such as production rooms, artists' lodges, neutral and VIP zones, press rooms, offices, backstage, etc.
- climb tents, constructions, fences, closures, lighting columns, tables, benches or any other infrastructure of the site.
- disguise themselves or to avoid being recognised, to disturb the public peace and to compromise the safety of the general public.
- sell or bring to market drinks, food or any other product without the express consent of the organiser.
- throw or to shoot with any object or liquid or any other product in loose or gaseous form.
- start a campfire.
- pee in public.
- spend the night in the car on the campsite parking lot.
- all vehicles that are on the site must be equipped with a sticker, issued by the organisation. Offenders will be towed at the expense of the offender.

ARTICLE 9
Parking must take place in the designated areas. The organisation reserves the right to have badly parked cars, trailers and mobile homes towed. Trailers and mobile homes are not allowed on the campsite and no specially designated area is provided.

ARTICLE 10
Texts, symbols, images, gestures and obscene language inciting racism, xenophobia, provocation and discrimination are forbidden.

ARTICLE 11
Festival goers must heed the directions of the organiser or his appointed or mandated persons at all times on the campsite and festival grounds. Failure to comply will lead to a removal from the festival grounds. If necessary, the organiser may call on the police. The holder of an entry ticket agrees to adhere to the instructions imposed by the organiser in the framework of the public peace and safety during the event.

Festival goers who are removed from the festival grounds for any of the aforementioned reasons will be denied access to the campsite and festival grounds for the remainder of the festival, even if they are in possession of a new entry ticket or special admission. In case the organiser denies somebody access to the campsite or festival grounds, the former is entitled to deprive that person of his entry ticket and to deny that person further access in order to prevent that person from trying to enter the site. If the organiser has that person removed from the site, the former is not obliged to refund the entry ticket.

ARTICLE 12
For safety reasons, the organiser reserves the right to:
- interrupt or stop the campsite or the festival.
- provisionally keep the festival goers on the site at the end of the festival.
- totally or partially vacate the site.
- deny access to the site regardless of the possession of a valid entry ticket.

The organiser may be forced to alter the programme or the timetable of the campsite or the festival. In this case the entry ticket remains valid and it is neither exchangeable nor refundable.

ARTICLE 13
In accordance with the law of 8 December 1992 on 'The protection of privacy in relation to the processing of personal data, modified by the Act of 11 December 1998 transposing Directive 95/46/EC of 24 October 1995 of the European Parliament and the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data' the campsite visitor is informed that the organiser is collecting data because of security reasons and processes these in a database. This law regulates the processing and the right to consult personal data. The personal data obtained by purchasing the entry ticket can be used by the organiser for promotional purposes. All personal data of these records are according to the regulations of the law of 8/12/1992 on the protection of privacy.

Every person who enters “The Qontinent" campsite agrees to the fact that he or she may be photographed and filmed and that the images can be registered and stored. These pictures or footage can be used by the organiser to promote the festival or camping. Registering and storing these images by the police and/or organiser also takes place with the aim to ensure the enforcement of and compliance with the safety on the campsite. The processing of the images aims to prevent crimes and violations to these internal regulations and to track down and facilitate sanctioning the perpetrators by means of identification.

Pictures or movies made by the festival goers on the site may not be used for commercial or public purposes, unless with written consent of the organiser.

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