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General terms and conditions
1. It is prohibited to introduce alcohol, illegal substances, weapons or dangerous objects to the event.
2. Admission, in accordance with the provisions of the Public Entertainment Act.
3. It is important for all assistants to carry their ID or other original valid identification document with them.
4. The entry and / or permanence in the event is limited to any person who:
– Be in a state of intoxication, carrying or consuming any type of narcotics or any type of illegal substance.
– Carry weapons or strong, sharp or potentially dangerous objects, capable of causing harm to people and / or objects.
– Cause or incite any disorder within the event or have caused disturbances.
5. All assistants may be subject to a search by the security team in access to the event, following the guidelines of the Law on Public Shows and Private Security. In case of refusal to register, you will be denied entry to the event.
6. Any broken entry or with signs of forgery will authorize the organizer to deprive its bearer of access to the event.
7. The organization of the event is not responsible for the stolen tickets.
8. It is strictly forbidden to record, retransmit and / or film the event with professional equipment without prior permission from the organization.
9. The organization may record, broadcast and film assistants.
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