August 10th & 11th
Loveland Festival has several rules to make sure that the event passes by safe and peaceful. When entering the event area, you will automatically agree to these rules.
It is not allowed to enter a toilet cabin with multiple persons. Urinating outside the designated facilities is prohibited. Offenders will be removed from the festival area and handed over to the police.
It is forbidden to climb stages, buildings, fences or other objects. It is also not allowed to take any objects/structures from the event area.
Everyone that enters the event area gives permissions to be filmed, photographed and sound recorded. The organization uses the pictures and recordings for promotional purposes.
Bicycles and cars must be parked in the designated parking places. If you fail to do so you risk your vehicle to be removed. Instructions of the traffic supervisors should always be followed.
Loud music will be produced at the event area. The organization is not liable for any negative consequences that may occur. The organization recommends using earplugs or occasionally visiting some of the quiet areas to give your ears some rest.
The program is subject to change. When specific acts are cancelled, there will be no refund of entrance fees or other costs. The organization will always attempt to find a replacement of the same quality level with a similar music style.
It is prohibited to smoke at indoor areas.
It is prohibited to wear clothes which represent any kind of sports team, other clubs or shirts with offending lyrics/symbols/tattoos etc. Keep your shirt on during the entire event.
It is allowed to visit our event with a guide dog, but we don’t encourage it considering the loud music and crowdedness. If you are planning on visiting one of our events with a guide dog, we ask that you contact us beforehand by sending an email to [email protected] so we can inform you about the best way to enter the festival.
Entering the event area is at your own risk. Loveland and it’s employees cannot be held liable for any injury, material damage and immaterial damage of the visitors of the location/event.
In situations where the rules do not apply, the organization will decide on the measures to be taken. The decision of the organization in this respect is binding.