Frequently Asked Questions
When will the full line-up and timetable be announced?
Artists performing at the festival are continuously announced on the official festival website, Cherry & Blueberry Festival Facebook page throughout the year and in the months prior to the festival dates. We want to provide each festival act with as much attention and care as we can and keep you guys posted on all the news and artists performing at the festival and share the excitement.
Lost and found?
Did you lose or find something at the Cherry & Blueberry Festival ?
We encourage all the festival visitors to take care of their possessions and themselves, as well as other people’s possessions and safety. Make sure to help a fellow festival goer – if you find a lost item submit it to the festival staff at the festival INFO POINT, or if you happen to lose something check at the INFO POINT to recover or report it. If you have no luck at the festival site, please contact us after the festival is over at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will check if any of your belongings were found on site after the festival and return them to you.
Although many of the lost items are never found, some find their way back to their owners and we’re more than happy to try and help you reclaim your lost possessions.
Is organised transport available at the festival area?
From 08:00hrs to 18:00hrs a temporary bus line will be operating at the Cherry & Blueberry Festival entrance, transporting passengers to the festival entrance. The bus is free of charge for all festival visitors.
Due to limited parking space at Cherry & Blueberry Festival, visitors are kindly asked to use the free festival shuttle bus and public transportation instead of personal vehicles, in order to reduce traffic jams.
What is the cost of parking at Cherry & Blueberry Festival?
There is no charge for parking at the Cherry & Blueberry Festival. For info about parking download the transportation and parking map from our MAPS page.
Are there tickets available for online purchase?
Of course, online tickets for Cherry & Blueberry Festival are available – please visit the official Cherry & Blueberry Festival website for festival tickets.
Age restrictions for visitors? Do I have to be 18 to get in?
There are no age restrictions at Cherry & Blueberry Festival.
Everybody, regardless of their age, is welcome to the festival, although visitors under 16 have to be accompanied by someone aged 18 or more.
We’re proud to say we are a festival for all ages and have welcomed families with babies in strollers at the festival, as well as elderly visitors with reduced mobility. The site is easily accessible and our staff will be happy to help you with whatever you may need.
- Visitors and their belongings will be inspected for their personal safety.
- Visitors agree to be photographed, filmed or recorded as part of the audience.
- All video, photo and audio materials acquired on Cherry Berry Festival site is subject to be used in promotional materials for the Cherry Berry Festival without any limitations of time and space and at the sole discretion of the Cherry Berry Festival and its Organisers.
- Visitors park their cars at their own risk in allocated parking areas.
- Under-aged and visibly intoxicated individuals will not be served alcoholic drinks.
- The Cherry Berry Festival is not responsible for lost or stolen belongings.
- The Organiser may decline or forbid entrance into the Cherry Berry Festival to anyone who might in any way endanger the safety of the visitors or cause any kind of problems.
- Organized merchandise sale will be possible only at the Cherry Berry Festival venue.
- It is strictly forbidden to use or distribute Cherry Berry Festival tickets for commercial purposes, marketing festival campaigns and contest purposes without the written consent of the Organiser. Legal steps will be taken against any person or organisation who decides to ignore the said limitation.
- Children under the age of 12, accompanied by an adult, are allowed entrance to the Cherry Berry Festival venue free of charge.
- For reasons of force majeure, the Organiser can decide to cancel the event at short notice. If the event is cancelled because of force majeure no new date will be set. In this case, no entry fees and/or additional expenses will be refunded to the ticket owner.
- The Organiser is not liable for any costs incurred by the Participant if the Cherry Berry Festival has to be cancelled because of force majeure.
- Refunds for already purchased Cherry Berry Festival tickets will be possible only in the case of cancellation of the entire Cherry Berry Festival event, which is not caused by force majeure. There will be no refunds for purchased tickets for any other reason or cancellation of one or more artists confirmed to play the Cherry Berry Festival event.
- Participation at the Cherry Berry Festival is at the Visitor’s own risk. The Organiser is not liable for any damages, by whatever name, suffered by a Visitor as a result of the participation, unless the damage is a direct consequence of deliberate intent or gross negligence on the part of the Organiser. This exclusion of liability also applies to serious damages such as all possible damages resulting from injury or death.
- The Organiser reserves the right to change the timetable and the line-up of the Cherry Berry Festival without previous notice.
- Only Visitors with a valid Cherry Berry Festival wristband are allowed entry and movement in the Cherry Berry Festival area. Cherry Berry Festival wristbands may not be removed, cut, torn or damaged in any way or they cease to be valid.
- Cherry Berry Festival wristbands are valid for one entrance per Cherry Berry Festival day – upon entering the Cherry Berry Festival site your wristband is valid only until you leave the Cherry Berry Festival site.
- For security and safety reasons the Cherry Berry Festival implements a one entrance / one exit per day rule at the regular and main Cherry Berry Festival entrance.
- This rule applies to the main Cherry Berry Festival entrance and does not apply to the accommodation.0
Environmental Protection in Festival
- Visitors are required to maintain order and cleanliness of the festival area.
- Visitors are required to conserve the green areas in the festival and are forbidden to tear down or climb branches or trees, destroy grass areas nor throw waste.
- Visitors are required to use appropriate containers and black PVC bags.
- Visitors are required to leave the festival site in the same condition as found before their arrival.
Public Order and Peace in the Festival
- Visitors are required to respect public order and peace in the festival.
- Respect other people’s leisure and free time.
- The Organiser has the right to ban entry to any visitor that could potentially endanger the safety of other visitors or cause problems.
- It is strictly forbidden to build fires or barbecues
- Visitors cannot bring inflammable fuels, pyrotechnics and explosive devices, etc.
- Any damages, equipment or installation malfunction or any evidence of non-compliance with these rules of order in the Festival must be reported to the reception desk at the Festival.
- Complaints with regard to the operation of the festival can be submitted to the following mail address: email@example.com.
IT IS ALLOWED:
- to bring luggage and small backpacks to the Festival venue, both subject to security checks at the festival entrance
- to bring sunglasses
- to bring mobile phones
- to bring cigarettes and lighters
IT IS FORBIDDEN:
- to bring food, non-alcoholic or alcoholic beverages to the Festival venue in either glass, plastic or can containers
- to bring professional recording equipment, either video or photo cameras, without the written permission of the Organiser.
- to bring weapons, large umbrellas and other sharp objects or potential projectile objects (including selfie-sticks) that may endanger other visitors safety
- to smuggle drugs to the Festival venue
- to bring inflammable liquids or solids such as fuels, pyrotechnics, explosive devices, etc. to the Festival venue
- to bring pets to the Festival venue
- to build fires or barbecues anywhere in and around the Festival venue
- to use electrical appliances or any kind of cooking devices in the Festival venue
- to put up tents outside of the fenced area of the Festival site
- to bring unregistered people to the Festival Venue, or anyone else without a valid festival wristband
- to damage the venue infrastructure or natural environment (tearing down or climbing branches or trees, destroying green surfaces or lake coasts is strictly forbidden)
Publicity: Flyers and Posters
- It is not allowed to distribute flyers or posters during the festival, not on the entrance corridors or streets nor on festival grounds. If you want to promote one of your events, you must contact the Organiser who can give you the possibility to place an advertisement on the festival grounds, but no promotional activities without the written permission of the Organiser are allowed.
PLEASE ABIDE BY THESE RULES!
Loud music can damage your hearing!