These guidelines are derived from the current relevant government regulations and guidelines, including the following documents.
COVID-19 Resilience and Recovery 2021 — The Path Ahead
COVID-19 Guidelines for the Safe Presentation of Festivals and Live Events.
Working Example of an Outdoor Festival Model
For your safety and the safety of others, please make sure to observe the following whilst at our Festival:
This Code of Conduct will be continuously updated in accordance with current Government guidance. Until further notice, all Attendees should review this Code of Conduct, and check for updates as they may arise.
Code of Conduct:
All Attendees who enter the festival site, shall be deemed to have accepted, and agree to comply with, this Code of Conduct.
Do not attend the festival if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or are a close contact of a COVID-19 case – if your health status changes between agreeing to this code and the festival, please do not attend.
If you have any underlying medical conditions placing you in a vulnerable category please assess your own risk before deciding to attend.
Attendees will be directed to their allocated area (standing) in groups of 6 persons maximum. Allocated areas will be clearly marked on the ground. There is no guideline requirement for these allocated areas to be surround by metal barriers. However, attendees must comply with steward/security directions in relation to their allocated area.
Please observe physical distancing of at least 2 meters at all times and in all parts of the festival.
Please remain within your allocated area, except where queuing for food, beverages or site facilities and refrain from entering any restricted areas of the festival.
Be aware that requirements for physical distancing and reduced facilities may lead to increased queuing times for amenities.
Maintain good hygiene. Wash your hands frequently or use hand sanitiser dispensers provided, and avoid touching your face whenever possible.
Masks must be worn in all queuing situations, including entry and exit, queuing for food or beverages, toilet facilities, and any situation where maintaining social distancing of 2 metres is not possible
Mask wearing is not required when in your allocated area. Eating or drinking must occur in allocated area only. If the attendee is under 13yrs and are unable to wear them because of a physical or mental illness or disability.
Please observe respiratory etiquette – always cover your mouth if needing to cough or sneeze.
If an arrival time is specified on your ticket, arrive at that time, and comply with the necessary check-in procedures.
Follow all signage and the instructions of staff, officials, or any emergency service personnel present at the festival.
Alcohol may only be consumed when in allocated area only
You are encouraged to use cashless payments for food and beverages.
Be aware that your temperature may be checked before entry. Please comply with any health checks that may be required on entering the festival.
Be aware that the contact information (names, addresses & phone numbers) required for each ticket purchased will be kept for up to 28 days to facilitate contact tracing only.
If you have travelled from outside Ireland or Northern Ireland in the last 14 days, please see https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/b4020-travelling-to-ireland-during-the-covid-19-pandemic/ for the latest travel advice and ensure you have completed all requirements.
Please ensure all those attending whom you have booked a ticket for have read and understood this Covid-19 Code of Conduct.
Failure to follow these rules may lead to a denial of entry, or expulsion from the festival.