TERMS AND CONDITIONS

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS EVENT VISITORS

Article 1 – THE AGREEMENT

Article 2 – ADMISSION TICKET

Article 3 – ADMISSION TO THE EVENT

Article 4 – THE EVENT

Article 5 – RIGHTS OF THE ORGANISER

Article 6 – FORCE MAJEURE

Article 7 – LIABILITY OF THE ORGANISER

Article 8 – GENERAL

 

Article 1 – THE AGREEMENT

  1. These general terms and conditions (“GTC”) apply between Beer Pong Amsterdam (with its registered office at Roerstraat 77, 1078LK in Amsterdam), or its affiliated undertaking (the “Organiser”) and a person (the “Buyer”) who has purchased an admission ticket (“Admission Ticket”) for an event held by the Organiser (the “Event”) and each person who attends the Event (the “Visitor”).
  2. By purchasing an Admission Ticket and attending an Event held by Organiser with an Admission Ticket, an agreement arises between the holder of the Admission Ticket or the Visitor on the one hand and the Organiser on the other hand, to which these GTC apply.

 

Article 2 – ADMISSION TICKET

  1. Ticket sales will take place through Eventbrite. By purchasing a ticket, you also agree to Eventbrite’s terms and conditions.
  2. An Admission Ticket can only be bought by consumers who are at least 18 of age.
  3. Once purchased, Admission Tickets may not be returned to the Organiser.
  4. The Organiser reserves the right to always refuse orders for whatever reason.
  5. An Admission Ticket may comprise a document issued by or on behalf of the Organiser.
  6. The Admission Ticket is granted once and gives access to one person.
  7. The Admission Ticket entitles the Visitor to attend the Event. The Admission Ticket that is shown first at the start of the Event provides access. The Organiser may assume that the Visitor is also the person entitled to the Admission Ticket. From the time that the Admission Ticket has been made available to the Visitor, the risk of loss, theft, damage or misuse of the Admission Ticket will rest with the Visitor.
  8. Only the purchase of an Admission Ticket at a recognized sales or pre-sales point or from the Organiser guarantees the validity of the Admission Ticket. The burden of proof in this regard rests with the Visitor. The Organiser may deny access to a Visitor at the entrance check-in if the Organiser suspects or has knowledge that the Admission Ticket is invalid or was invalidly obtained.
  9. If the Buyer or a Visitor violates one or more of the provisions as stated in these GTC, the Organiser will be entitled to invalidate the Admission Ticket and/or deny the Visitor access or further access to the Event without the Buyer / Visitor being entitled to a refund of the amount that they paid for the Admission Ticket (including service costs) to the Organiser, whether through a sales point or pre-sales point. Holders of invalidated Admission Tickets will not be entitled to a refund or compensation in any other way.

 

Article 3 – ADMISSION TO THE EVENT

  1. By attending the Event, each Visitor explicitly agrees to these GTC.
  2. In these GTC, the place where the Event is held is understood to be the actual location of the Event as well as all the surrounding grounds, spaces, fields, etc., which form part of the complex where the Event takes place. As this specific event will take place at Club Atelier, the general terms and conditions of Club Atelier also apply to this agreement.
  3. Only Visitors who are at least 18 years of age will be admitted to the Event and must therefore be in possession of a valid identity document.
  4. The Visitor must be in possession of a valid and undamaged Admission Ticket both before and during the Event and for as long as they are at the place where the Event is held. The Visitor will show the Admission Ticket on request by the Organiser, the security personnel and other authorised persons.
  5. If it is plausible that the Admission Ticket has been forged, the Organiser is entitled to refuse the holder of the Admission Ticket further access to the Event without the Visitor or the holder being able to claim any damage that they may have suffered as a result.
  6. The Visitor will cooperate with a body search when visiting the Event. A Visitor who does not submit to a body search can be refused admission to the Event or may be removed immediately, without the right to a refund of the amount of the Admission Ticket.
  7. It is prohibited to bring glassware, plastic bottles, cans, fireworks, guns and/or dangerous objects, prohibited substances and/or alcoholic beverages, food, drugs (including those on list I and II of the Opium Act), laughing gas (cartridges), cans, etc. to the location where the Event takes place, on pain of confiscation of these items. Confiscated goods will not be returned and the Organiser has the right to destroy them. A Visitor who violates this prohibition may also be refused admission or further admission without being entitled to reimbursement of the Admission Ticket amount or may be removed from the Event and/or handed over to the police.

 

Article 4 – THE EVENT

  1. Cameras may be installed by the Organiser during the Event to make recordings for the purposes of supervision and safety.
  2. The Visitor will comply with the regulations and/or instructions issued by the Organiser, the operators of the location where the Event is held, the security personnel, the fire brigade and other authorised persons.
  3. The consumption tokens that  can be purchased at the Event, are only valid during the relevant Event. The Organizer is never obliged after the Event to refund the purchase amount of the tokens. The Organizer is never liable for loss and / or theft of consumption tokens. 
  4. The Organiser may choose to offer the Visitor the possibility of renting a locker at the Event. A locker is a storage area for objects, clothing, bags, money and/or valuable papers belonging to the Visitor, for which the Visitor receives a personal code. The Visitor may open and close the locker with this code. The use of the locker by the Visitor may be subject to additional general terms and conditions (of a third party), to which the Visitor agrees to at the time of renting the locker. The Organiser accepts no liability for loss and/or theft and/or the use by another party of the personal code. The Visitor must therefore always carry the code with them, and they must keep it confidential and the Visitor is advised not to store any valuables in the locker.
  5. The Visitor and all other persons are prohibited from offering or selling goods at and/or around the Event without the prior written consent of the Organiser.
  6. The Visitor and all other persons are prohibited from distributing flyers, hanging posters and/or banners or carrying out other promotional activities at and/or around the Event without the prior written consent of the Organiser.
  7. The Visitor will comply with the rules applicable to public order (e.g., no urinating in public, no public drunkenness, no aggressive behaviour, etc.) as well as the House Rules which can be found on our website. The Organiser will deny the Visitor access or further access to the Event if these rules are breached.
  8. The Organiser will decide on possible measures in situations not covered by these GTC and/or the House Rules. The Organiser’s decision in this respect is binding.

 

Article 5 – RIGHTS OF THE ORGANISER

  1. If the Buyer/Visitor breaches one or more of the provisions contained in these GTC, the Organiser will be entitled to invalidate the Admission Ticket or deny the Visitor access or further access to the Event without the Buyer/Visitor being entitled to reimbursement of the amount paid to the Organiser for the Admission Ticket (including service charges), whether through a sales point or pre-sales point.
  2. The Organiser reserves the right to deny the Visitor access or further access to the Event or to remove them from the place where the Event is taking place if the Organiser considers this reasonably necessary to maintain peace and order during the Event.
  3. The starting time stated on the Admission Ticket is subject to change.
  4. The artist and the Organiser are entitled to make (or have made) video and/or audio recordings of the Event and to use these images for promotional purposes for themselves or for their partners or sponsors. Persons who appear in the recordings are not entitled to any compensation.
  5. The Organiser reserves the rights and powers to which it is entitled under the Copyright Act and other intellectual legislation and regulations.

 

Article 6 – FORCE MAJEURE

  1. If an Event cannot take place on the planned date and location as a result of circumstances beyond the control of the Organiser, this is regarded as force majeure, including the consequences of a pandemic, national or local instructions by the government or municipal authorities / decision to cancel by the competent authority, the non-issuance of permits by competent authorities, strikes, fire, bad weather conditions, threat of terrorism, etc., whereby the Organiser is entitled to reschedule the Event for a later date, move it to another venue or cancel the Event in its entirety.
  2. The Organiser is entitled to reschedule an Event if this Event cannot take place due to force majeure, as referred to in Article 6.1. The Organiser is entitled to decide that Tickets purchased for the Event remain valid for the rescheduled Event, on condition that rescheduling takes place within a period of 13 months after the original Event.
  3. If the holder of the Admission Ticket is unable to attend the new date of the rescheduled event, the holder of the Admission Ticket will inform the Organiser of this within a reasonable period of time. The holder of the Admission Ticket will then be entitled to get a refund equal to the original Admission Ticket price, excluding booking and service costs.
  4. Any refund will take place no later than three (3) months after the new date of the rescheduled event. The Organiser may at any time deviate from the above in favour of the holder of an Admission Ticket.
  5. The Organiser accepts no liability for any damage arising from a cancellation or postponement as referred to above. In the event of a postponement or cancellation of the Event as referred to above, the Organiser will provide as much publicity as possible in the manner it considers appropriate, including by stating the applicable refund periods on its website. Only in the event of full cancellation, the Visitor can submit a request for a refund of the entrance fee to the person where the Visitor bought the Admission Ticket. Service costs are excluded from refund. Reimbursement of the admission fee only applies if the Admission Ticket has been purchased by the Visitor from the authorized (advance) sales addresses of the Organiser, and not if the Admission Ticket has been purchased at another sales platform, for example an online ‘secondary ticket’ marketplace.

 

Article 7 – LIABILITY OF THE ORGANISER

  1. The Organiser is solely liable for direct damage suffered by the Visitor which is the direct and exclusive result of a shortcoming attributable to the Organiser. However, only the amount of damages for which the Organiser is insured, and which is compensated by the insurer and which is not excluded or limited in these GTC will be eligible for compensation. The following damages/losses are not eligible for compensation: 
    • a) consequential loss; 
    • b) intangible damage;
    • c) loss of profits;
    • d) damage caused by intent or deliberate recklessness by the Organiser’s auxiliary persons.
  1. Claims against the Organiser will be submitted in writing to the Organiser within seven (7) days after the Visitor suffered the damage (accompanied by the original Admission Ticket and the original proof of payment) and will then be dealt with as soon as possible.
  2. The Visitor will enter the place where the Event takes place, which may include any car park and/or adjacent site and/or paths and attend the Event at own risk and expense. The Organiser cannot be held liable for any damage which the Visitor has suffered by such entry or attendance
  3. The Visitor is expressly aware that loud music will be played during the Event. The Organiser advises Visitors to occasionally give their hearing a rest during the Event by going to an area where no music is being played and to wear ear protection at all times. The Organiser accepts no liability for hearing loss, damage to sight, blindness and/or other bodily injury and/or damage of goods.
  4. The Organiser also accepts no liability for damage incurred by the Visitor as a result of loss of or damage to the Admission Ticket.
  5. The Organiser cannot be held liable for theft and/or loss of property of a Visitor.
  6. The Visitor shall indemnify the Organiser for all claims of third parties in respect of damages for which the Visitor is liable against such third parties under the law. The Visitor shall compensate the Organiser for any damage, including all legal costs incurred by the Organiser, resulting from any claim from those third parties.

 

Article 8 – GENERAL

  1. Personal data: The Organiser processes personal data of the Visitor within the framework of the Agreement and in accordance with the GDPR. The Organiser is the controller in the context of the GDPR. What the Organiser does with the personal data can be read in the Privacy Statement on the website of the Organiser.
  2. If one or more provisions of these GTC are at any time wholly or partially null and void or should be declared null and void, the remaining provisions of these GTC will remain in full force and effect.
  3. If there is any lack of clarity regarding the interpretation of one or more provisions of these GTC, the interpretation will take place ‘in the spirit’ of these GTC.
  4. If a situation arises between the parties that is not regulated by these GTC, it will be assessed in accordance with the most plausible interpretation of these GTC.
  5. If the Organiser does not always require strict compliance with these GTC, this does not mean that the provisions thereof do not apply, or that the Organiser would in any way lose the right to require strict compliance with the provisions of these GTC in other cases.
  6. Applicable law and disputes: All legal relationships to which the Organiser is a party are exclusively governed by Dutch law. The parties will only approach the court after they have done their utmost to settle a dispute in mutual consultation. If the parties do not reach a settlement after mutual consultation, the Amsterdam District Court has exclusive jurisdiction to take cognisance of disputes regarding legal relationships to which the Organiser is a party.