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House Rules

To make the experience as pleasant as possible for every visitor of Draaimolen Festival, the following house rules apply:

Draaimolen will not tolerate threat, abuse, discrimination, sexual harassment, physical and/or verbal violence and other annoying and/or offensive behavior. If you experience any of these situations or other uncomfortable situations, please don’t hesitate to ask the Draaimolen staff or security for help.

Visitors of Draaimolen Festival must be at least 18 years old. Draaimolen can ask its visitors to show a valid ID at all times.

Visitors must be in possession of a valid admission ticket.

Draaimolen strongly discourages taking pictures or videos with your phone during the festival.

All phone camera’s can be covered with a sticker provided by Draaimolen at the entrance.

At Draaimolen Festival payments can be made with pin/card. Payments with cash are only possi- ble by topping up a cashcard sold by Draaimolen.

Visitors must stay in the designated areas of Draaimolen Festival.

The possession and/or dealing of hard drugs is prohibited at Draaimolen Festival. If there is any evidence of public use and/or possession, confiscation of the drugs will follow and the drugs will be handed over to the police. You may also be required to leave the festival.

The possession and/or use of a small amount (up to 5 grams) of soft drugs for personal use is tolerated, pre-rolled joints are not permitted.
Prescribed medication is permitted only when it’s communicated to the organization prior to the event. This is possible via

In the context of safety, Draaimolen will search its visitors and their (hand) bags. Possession of hard drugs, glass, aerosol cans, plastic bottles, inflatables, illuminating objects, cans, fireworks, (fire) weapons or other dangerous/prohibited items or substances, food, (alcoholic) drinks and pets are not allowed.

Visiting Draaimolen Festival is at the visitor’s own risk. Draaimolen takes no responsibility for any damages on any grounds whatsoever, which directly or indirectly arise out of acts or omissions of Draaimolen, persons in its service, other persons who are working at the festival, or third parties during or in connection with the stay at the festival, unless the damage is caused by intent or gross negligence by Draaimolen. Draaimolen’s responsibility is always limited to the grand sum paid by its insurance in this event.

Visitors must always follow the instructions of the organization and security.

The organization advises visitors to wear hearing protection. Earplugs can be purchased on the festival grounds.

Wearing a football shirt and/or discriminatory or offensive clothing is not permitted. High heels, selfie sticks or backpacks are not allowed on the dance floor.

The organization reserves the right to refuse/deny (further) access to visitors who are in a drunk- en state and / or under the influence of drugs.
It is not permitted to urinate outside the designated toilets.
Distribution of promotional material (samples/flyers and the like) is not permitted without writ- ten permission from Draaimolen.

It is not allowed to make professional audio or video recordings without prior written permission by Draaimolen.

When entering and leaving Draaimolen Festival, visitors should not cause any nuisance to the neighborhood. We like to keep the neighborhood quiet and tidy.

Cups/bottles may not be taken outside.

Visitors who do not adhere to the house rules and General Visitor Terms and Conditions of Draa- imolen will be denied access to the event without the right to reimbursement of the costs of the admission ticket and any service and/or other costs charged.

Draaimolen Festival staff will always have the final say in matters not covered by the house rules.

The event can be changed, moved or canceled. When the event is moved or canceled, anyone in possession of a ticket can get their money back, without the service costs.

When visitors buy a ticket, they automatically give the right to Draaimolen to use all video or pho- to material made on the festival terrain, free and without notice.

Upon entering the festival, the visitor automatically agrees with the house rules.