Terms & Conditions

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Ticket Terms and Conditions

All Moira Furnace Folk Festival (MFFF) Ticket holders must read
and comply with the following 'Safety' and 'General' Terms and Conditions when entering the MFFF site or any associated MFFF venues


Children should be kept away from the canal by the furnace and ponds in the woods. Please do not allow your children to play in or near the water unsupervised. Please do not allow your children to swim in the canal. Parents should identify the risks to their children on arrival. No open fires are allowed on the MFFF main or associated sites, including the designated campsite area.


Children under the age of 11 must be supervised at all times. Ticket holders must check their tickets in advance as mistakes cannot be rectified on the day. The MFFF Committee reserve the right to refuse entry of any ticket holder to the event site. Damage by persons to the MFFF site or property will lead to prosecution to the full extent of the law. Anyone found causing harm to any other person on site or to be in breach of our terms and conditions may be excluded from the site and subsequently prosecuted or subject to civil action. It is prohibited for any person under the age of 18 to have alcohol in their possession or consume alcohol on the MFFF main site or any peripheral site associated with the MFFF and campsite. The MFFF Committee reserve the right to confiscate alcohol in the possession of anyone unable to provide suitable photographic identification which confirms they are 18 years of age or over. Tickets are not transferable. No refunds will be made unless the event is cancelled prior to its commencement. No duplicate tickets will be issued in the event of loss. Admission to the site is at the ticket holder’s own risk. The MFFF Committee will not be liable for accident, injury, damage sustained or loss or theft of property whilst on site. Persons should camp only in the designated camping areas. Coaches, buses or lorries are not allowed on site, even if converted for accommodation. All litter should be deposited in the refuse containers provided. All attendees, their tents, caravans and motor homes must be removed from site must be removed from the site by noon on Monday 23rd August 2021. Any property left after this time will be removed and disposed of at the owners risk. All ticket holders agree to vacate the site by this time. Ticket holders give their express consent to the use of their actual or simulated likeness in connection with authorised production, exhibition, advertising or exploitation of any film, video and/ or audio recording of this event. This includes filming by the police or security which may be carried out for security of customers. Unless by prior permission of the MFFF Committee, unauthorised photography or use of recording equipment is prohibited. The event MFFF Committee reserve the right to make any change whatsoever to the published programme owing to unforeseen or unavoidable causes. Changes of any act within the programme does not constitute cancellation of the event as a whole. Tickets for children under 16 will not be sold or issued unless the child is accompanied by a responsible, supervising adult over the age of 21. No unauthorised trading, fly pitching or any other unauthorised sale or distribution of goods, services or materials is permitted. No illegal items or substances may be brought onto the festival site; any found will lead to exclusion from the site and prosecution. No glass bottles, drinking glasses or other glass objects that might present a risk to others are allowed in the performance arenas. The MFFF Committee reserve the right to remove any glass items in the possession of attendees. Charcoal BBQs are allowed for cooking purposes, on the campsite only, using a suitable raised protective platform which minimises fire risk and avoids damage to the grass. MFFF Committee reserve the right to make any change to this due to concerns about fire safety hazards. Read more at: https://inews.co.uk/inews-lifestyle/food-and-drink/is-it-illegal-to-bbq-in-a-public-park-here-are-the-rules/ Those with special needs should contact the MFFF Committee in advance to check whether the event is suitable to their particular requirements. Ground conditions: Please note that this is a temporary, outdoor event and is subject to varying weather and ground conditions. Although some temporary track way is laid, much of the event is on open ground and care must be taken. We therefore advise that you check the weather forecast for the day of your visit, consider the nature of the event and the effects of any inclement weather on surface conditions, and wear suitable clothing and footwear. In extreme weather conditions, access may be restricted in the interest of safety. While the campsite and all venues will be professionally marshalled in accordance with statutory guidelines, the MFFF Committee accept no liability for loss or damage to persons or property however caused. Please switch mobile phones off during all performances.

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