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ECHO Festival will be practicing the advice of Tasmanian Government & Health Advice and has implemented an Events Safety Plan which demonstrates a commitment to, and response to COVID-19.
Full patron details will be collected at the time of sale and at the point of entry to allow for comprehensive contact tracing. Please adhere to social distancing requirements.
Do not attend or enter the site if you are experiencing symptoms – contact email@example.com.
A full refund will be issued with evidence of a positive case of COVID-19 medical certificate.
You must have a valid Event ticket to enter the site, and a valid Camping ticket to enter the Event campground. Patrons must follow the direction of Event staff regarding areas for parking of vehicles and setting up campsites. No cars permitted within the tent camping areas.
As part of the Event’s liquor licensing regulations, Patrons are strictly prohibited from bringing alcohol into the Event. Alcohol will only be available to purchase at the Event for Patrons over 18 years old with valid photo ID.
Entry to the Event is at the Ticket Holder’s own risk. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, appropriate footwear and clothing must be worn at all times at the Event. Follow all signage warnings and restrictions, including those referring to closed-off farming equipment, the Redbanks Homestead, the Meredith river and other restricted areas.
If the Event is cancelled in whole or in part by act of God, extreme weather or for any event outside of the control of the Promoter then refunds shall be at the Promoter’s absolute discretion.
Patrons must not cause damage to, improperly use or tamper with any Event or existing infrastructure or surrounding the Event venue. Ticket Holders agree to be respectful to the environment at the Event site, campgrounds and surrounds, and agree not to litter, to use public toilets provided (not bushlands or surrounding areas), not damage flora and fauna, and not interfere with local wildlife.
Ticket Holders consent to their inclusion in official photographic, film and other visual and audio recordings of the Event by the Promoter and/or any of its authorised representatives and contractors and grant the Promoter the right to use such photos and recordings for promotion, marketing and any other purpose without restriction.
To the fullest extent permitted by law, Ticket Holders waive all legal rights of action against and fully release the Promoter, its directors, contractors and volunteers from and against all claims for compensation, expense, loss, damage, injury or death suffered or incurred howsoever arising out of or in relation to the Ticket Holder’s attendance and participation in the Event.