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Tons of Rock wants to be a safe festival for all our guests, artists, volunteers and partners. Take care of each other, use common sense and help make the festival safe for everyone, regardless of age and gender ❤️
Through the use of the hashtag #safestival, Tons Of Rock encourages people to focus on measures to create safe festivals for everyone, regardless of age and gender.
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RULES OF ORDER
The following situations are not permitted and will be handled by professional personnel:
- People who are perceived as threatening and aggressive, and who do not follow the recommendations of the event's personnel.
- Minors who are intoxicated.
- Minors who enjoy or store alcohol on or around the festival and camping area.
- Excessively intoxicated persons.
- People who are obviously under the influence of drugs.
- People who are involved in law and order problems/violent situations.
The following items are not permitted on the festival grounds:
- Items that are prohibited under Norwegian law.
- Camping chairs or similar.
- Flammable materials (disposable grills, fireworks, etc.).
- Banners and posters.
- Selfie sticks.
- Professional photography equipment.
- All kinds of food, drink and bottles (with the exception of sunscreen and children's food) are not permitted. In case of food allergies or special considerations, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Studs over 1 cm.
There is a strict obligation to provide identification at all catering establishments that sell alcoholic beverages. You may therefore be asked to show identification at several places during the festival.
Accepted credentials are:
- bank card with photo and date of birth
- driver license
- national ID card
If it is discovered that identification is being used incorrectly, or is fake, the police will be called upon. Improper use of identification or presentation of false identification will be reported.
Our security personnel are instructed to be observant towards heavily intoxicated persons. The warden has, in cooperation with the police, official authority to demand identification and, if necessary, expel from the festival area.
Young people who are seen consuming alcohol, and who are believed to be under 18, will be required to provide identification. Young people who are seen drinking alcohol, and who are obviously/verifiably under 18, will be deprived of the alcoholic beverage, expelled from the festival area and their wristband will be cut.
People over the age of 18 who are seen buying alcohol for someone under the age of 18 will be reported to the police.
Visibly intoxicated adults with responsibility for children under the age of 18 will, together with the minor, be escorted from the scene, and a report will be made to the police.