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Ticket Terms & Conditions usually repeat - in legal terms - information expressed elsewhere in the Event's online documentation - and particularly the Survival Guide, The primary value of reproducing the T&C here is as a model of that legal language. It should be understood, however, that the Terms & Conditions included on the Ticket is the legal contract between the Event organisation and the ticket holder, and that given the consequences that may follow from that contract, professional legal advice should always be sought in formulating the Terms & Conditions for your own event.

Acquiring Terms & Conditions from Burns worldwide is difficult, in that in many cases they are only available on a ticket, once a ticket has been purchased. They are reproduced on the Event website in only a few instances. To obtain Terms & Conditions from each Burn it will be necessary in most instances for the Wiki content manager to contact the Burn directly and request a copy.

It should also be noted that the Terms & Conditions, like all information from any Burn, may vary from year to year. In the case of Terms & Conditions this variation could be very subtle - even so much as a variation in punctuation - which might make a profound difference in how the document is interpreted legally. For this reason, the reader should note that no guarantee is given in this Wiki that information reproduced here is either complete or accurate, but only that best endeavours are made to make it so. Always consult with the original website and original Event organisers to ascertain and verify any Burn event information.


Burning Man

Terms and Conditions Terms and Conditions, Waiver, and Release Form (“Terms and Conditions”)

In consideration of being allowed to participate in and attend the 2019 Burning Man event (the “Event” or the “Burning Man Event”), I agree to comply with any and all rules, regulations, terms, and conditions of the Burning Man Event, including but not limited to the following:

1. I certify that I am physically able to participate in the Burning Man Event and in any associated activity or performance, and that I have not been advised otherwise by a qualified medical professional.

2. I acknowledge and fully understand that as a participant, I will be engaging in activities that involve risk of serious injury, including permanent disability and death, property loss and severe social and economic losses. These risks include, but are not limited to, those caused by: (a) the actions, inactions, or negligence of the organizers of the Burning Man Event, i.e., Burning Man Project and its officers, directors, employees, agents, representatives, volunteers, contractors, and/or affiliates (collectively, “BMP”) and/or participants in the Event; (b) conditions of the premises or equipment used; (c) rules and regulations regarding the activities; (d) temperature; (e) weather; (f) condition of participants; (g) the widespread use by participants and by BMP of fire, pyrotechnics, flame effects, explosions, and other similar activities; and (h) vehicular traffic. I further acknowledge and fully understand that there may also be other risks that are not known or foreseeable at this time. I KNOWINGLY AND VOLUNTARILY ASSUME ALL RISK OF PROPERTY LOSS, PERSONAL INJURY, SERIOUS INJURY, OR DEATH, WHICH MAY OCCUR BY ATTENDING THE 2019 BURNING MAN EVENT, AND HEREBY FOREVER RELEASE, DISCHARGE, AND HOLD BMP HARMLESS FROM ANY CLAIM ARISING FROM SUCH RISK, EVEN IF ARISING FROM THE NEGLIGENCE OF BMP, OR FROM THIRD PARTIES, AND I ASSUME FULL RESPONSIBILITY AND LIABILITY FOR MY PARTICIPATION.

3. I understand that during the Burning Man Event, art installations, theme camps, vehicles (including but not limited to “mutant vehicles” and “art cars”), events, and performances will be held and/or on display, and I understand that most of these activities are not owned or operated by BMP. I ASSUME ALL RISK OF INJURY OR DEATH ARISING FROM THE OPERATION OF AND/OR MY PARTICIPATION IN ANY OF THESE ACTIVITIES, AND THE RELEASE IN SECTION 2 APPLIES TO ANY RELATED INJURY I MIGHT SUSTAIN.

4. I, on behalf of myself, my heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns, hereby waive, release, discharge, and agree not to sue BMP and other participants, sponsors, and if applicable, owners and lessors of equipment, art installations, and premises used to conduct the Burning Man Event or related activities (collectively the “Releasees”), from any and all claims for damages, injuries, losses, liabilities, and expenses that I may have or that may subsequently accrue to me relating to, resulting from, or arising out of my participation in the Burning Man Event, including in any programs, events, art installations, or activities at the Event, and including any injury or damage to my person or property, or to that of any other person or property. If BMP files a claim against me, however, I may file a counterclaim related to the same facts and circumstances. I agree to indemnify, defend, and hold the Releasees harmless from and against any and all claims by third parties for damages, injuries, losses, liabilities, and expenses relating to, resulting from, or arising out of my participation in the Burning Man Event, including in any programs, events, art installations, or activities at the Event. I intend that the waiver and release of liability contained in these Terms and Conditions shall be construed broadly to provide a release and waiver to the maximum extent permissible under applicable law.

5. Burning Man’s Media Policy. By entering the Burning Man Event, all participants agree to the following terms, conditions, and guidelines for the use of any imagery obtained at the Event, including still photographs and videos (hereinafter “Event Imagery”). Cameras are welcomed at the Event and have long been an important part of Black Rock City’s storytelling history. BMP monitors dissemination of Event Imagery for two primary reasons: (1) to preserve the Principle of Decommodification by ensuring that photographs and videos from the Burning Man Event are not used for advertising or commercial purposes; and (2) to protect participants’ right to privacy, freedom of expression, and creative immediacy.

Participants may use Event Imagery for “Personal Use,” defined to include: (1) sharing with friends and family; (2) displaying on personal websites (as long as the website does not sell any product or service, and does not purport or appear to be an official website of the Event or BMP); and (3) posting on personal social media accounts , such as Instagram and Facebook (as long as the post does not promote any commercial product, service, or brand, and the account is not affiliated with any commercial enterprise). I UNDERSTAND AND ACCEPT THAT I MAY NOT MAKE ANY USE OF EVENT IMAGERY WITHOUT PRIOR WRITTEN PERMISSION FROM BMP, OTHER THAN PERSONAL USE (as defined above). I understand that I have no right to sell, transfer, license, sublicense, or give my Event Imagery to any other party, except for Personal Use, and I agree to inform anyone to whom I give any Event Imagery that it can only be used for Personal Use.

I assign to BMP a joint ownership in the copyright to my Event Imagery for the purpose of enabling BMP to enforce that copyright against any third party that displays or disseminates any of my Event Imagery in a manner not authorized by these Terms and Conditions. I appoint BMP as my attorney-in-fact to execute any documents necessary to effectuate such assignment. BMP agrees that it will not utilize this joint copyright to enter into any licensing agreements for the Event Imagery. Since I understand that, in the absence of written permission from BMP, I have no right to sell, transfer, license, sublicense or give any of my Event Imagery to any other party (except for Personal Use), if a third party obtains and uses any of my Event Imagery (other than for Personal Use) without such written permission from BMP, I agree that any permission, license, or right I may have granted this third party is completely void and invalid and that BMP has the absolute right, as joint copyright owner, to require the third party to cease all use of the Event Imagery.

If I post, or allow to be posted, any Event Imagery on a personal website or a website controlled by a third party, even if permissible as Personal Use, I agree that: (1) I will place, or cause to be placed, on any webpage on which such Event Imagery is displayed a notice that (a) the Event Imagery can be used only for the poster’s personal use and not for any other purpose, and (b) the Event Imagery may be downloaded or copied only in accordance with a Creative Commons license that prohibits the licensee from using the Event Imagery for commercial purposes, including CC BY-NC, CC BY-NC-SA, and CC BY-NC-ND (available at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/); (2) I will not license any Event Imagery that contains any nudity or partial nudity (including any imagery in which bare breasts, bare buttocks, genitals, or genital areas are visible); and (3) if BMP notifies me that any Event Imagery must be removed, for any reason whatsoever in BMP’s sole discretion, I will promptly remove or cause to be removed those images. BMP, as joint copyright holder, reserves all rights to revoke any license that was erroneously placed on Event Imagery in violation of these Terms and Conditions and may cause the removal of such Event Imagery on any webpage on which it is displayed. I understand that use of the Creative Commons’ licenses approved herein does not supersede these Terms and Conditions, or my responsibility as the photographer or videographer to obtain all necessary permissions from subjects and artists as appropriate. BMP forbids any non-Personal Use of Event Imagery containing nudity that is presented in a sexual context and/or without the express written permission of the subjects. Violations or suspected problems of this nature should be reported to the Black Rock Rangers and/or Media Mecca (on playa) or to press@burningman.org (year-round).

The Burning Man community grows primarily by word of mouth. BMP does little to solicit attention from media companies about the Burning Man Event, and does not seek to grow the Event by exposure through the mass media. BMP does continue to support the presence of the press, and to encourage the free expression of news reporters, storytellers, small groups documenting special projects, cultural or fine art photographers, and creative authors/researchers or academics. Any party interested in making any commercial use of their documentation of the Event or in distributing footage beyond Personal Use must, however, enter into a separate written agreement with BMP. Visit http://www.burningman.org/network/about-us/press-media/ or contact press@burningman.org for more information on how to apply for this permission. All such projects require BMP’s review and approval prior to any distribution.

6. Burning Man Trademarks and Copyrights. I acknowledge that “Burning Man,” “Black Rock City,” “Decompression,” “Burner Express,” and the Burning Man logo/symbol are registered trademarks of BMP; that the design of the Burning Man sculpture and the Black Rock City map are registered copyrights of BMP; and that BMP has the exclusive right to license and enforce those trademarks and copyrights along with its other intellectual property (collectively, “Burning Man Intellectual Property”).

WITHOUT THE PRIOR WRITTEN CONSENT OF BMP, I UNDERSTAND THAT I MAY NOT USE ANY BURNING MAN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OR EVENT IMAGERY IN ANY ADVERTISEMENT OR PROMOTIONAL MATERIAL (INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, IN MUSIC VIDEOS OR IN POSTS ON COMMERCIAL SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS), OR IN THE TITLE OR ON THE COVER OF ANY PUBLICATION, unless the use is authorized by these Terms and Conditions or constitutes a fair use under United States law. (For general information about trademarks, copyrights, and fair use, please see: https://ilt.eff.org/Trademark__Liability.html#Fair_Use_Defense and https://ilt.eff.org/Copyright__Fair_Use.html.)

BMP generally permits the use of Burning Man Intellectual Property, without payment of any license fee, on materials that are given away at or in connection with the Burning Man Event (“Gift Materials”), with the following conditions: (1) BMP may, for any reason in its discretion, determine that such use is not in keeping with BMP’s quality control, and if so, all such materials shall no longer be distributed; and (2) no Gift Materials may be sold (including to recoup the cost of producing them), exchanged for something of value, or distributed in any manner in which the Gift Materials are likely to be sold or exchanged for something of value.

7. I acknowledge that people are using film, video, and photographic cameras at the Event, and that my image may be captured on film, video, or photographs that may subsequently be displayed or disseminated without my consent or payment of compensation to me, and I release BMP from any liability due to such capturing, display, or dissemination.

8. I hereby appoint BMP as my representative to protect my intellectual property or privacy rights, recognizing that BMP has no obligation to take any such action. I understand that if BMP files a lawsuit to protect my intellectual property or privacy rights pursuant to the appointment in this Section, and BMP has information that my specific intellectual property or privacy rights have been violated and also has information as to my identity and my contact information, BMP will make reasonable efforts to notify me of any such action by sending a communication to the contact information in BMP’s possession.

9. I understand that some participants at the Event may engage in expressive activity and dress, which may include partial nudity or nudity and other types of expressive activity. I agree that such expressive activity and dress is not indecent or offensive to me, and that I have decided to attend the Event with full knowledge that such expressive activity and dress may occur. If I am accompanied by minors at the Event, I acknowledge that I have made a choice that the minors may be exposed to the expressive activities and dress that take place at the Event, and that I have exercised parental responsibility and control in bringing the minors to the Event. Should I find that any activity at the Event is offensive to me, or to any minors accompanying me, I acknowledge that I can avoid such activity by, among other things, leaving the vicinity of the activity or leaving the Event.

10. I understand that children under 18 years of age may attend the Event only accompanied by a parent or guardian, and if I bring a minor to the Event, I agree to the contractual terms contained in these Terms and Conditions on behalf of the minor.

11. I acknowledge that all vehicles, including trucks, trailers, and recreational vehicles, entering the Event are subject to search by Gate staff for stowaways, dogs, guns, live plants, fireworks, handheld lasers, or other prohibited items.

12. I agree to read and abide by the terms on the back of the ticket and all information listed in the 2019 Survival Guide.

13. I consent to have medical treatment that may be deemed advisable in the event of injury, accident, and/or illness during any program, event, or activity at the Event. I release BMP and all persons participating in any such medical treatment from all responsibility for any such actions.

14. I agree that BMP is not liable for acts of God, the weather, strikes, protests, or actions taken by government agencies and similar causes. I understand that tickets and vehicle passes are nonrefundable even if the Event is terminated early or canceled, or entry conditions are modified, due to weather, acts of nature, governmental regulation, the failure to obtain required governmental permits, or conditions beyond BMP’s control.

15. I understand that (1) I must bring enough food, water, shelter, and first aid to survive the duration of the Event in a harsh desert environment; (2) guns, fireworks, rockets, and other explosives are prohibited; (3) handheld lasers of any kind are prohibited, and mounted lasers are subject to restrictions as described at http://burningman.org/event/black-rock-city-guide/lasers/; (4) this is a LEAVE NO TRACE, pack it IN, pack it OUT event; and (5) I am asked to contribute 2 hours of playa cleanup in addition to cleaning up my own camp.

16. I understand that commercial activities of any kind, including without limitation delivering goods or services to or at the Event for a prepaid fee, or engaging in marketing or brand promotion at the Event, are expressly prohibited, except as authorized by BMP and permitted by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (“BLM”) as applicable.

17. Tickets, credentials, and vehicle passes are revocable licenses that may be revoked by BMP for any reason, including without limitation resale for above their face value, plus applicable taxes and BMP-approved fees (“Face Value”), purchasing more than stated limits, or assisting people with unauthorized or un-ticketed entry to the Event.

18. Refund and Cancellation Policy. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. No refunds or exchanges will be issued for any reason. Fees are non-refundable.

19. Ticket Sales, Vehicle Passes and Registration for Ticket Sales. Pursuant to a ticket sale registration process, a limited number of Event tickets and vehicle passes will be made available for sale. Individuals will have an opportunity to register for the sale, and at the end of such registration or later via email, will receive an access code or access information to access the sale. I understand that I will be informed of the procedures for the ticket sale during my registration for the sale, and that by my registration, I agree to be bound by those procedures and to waive any right to challenge the procedures of the registration or the sale. During the registration period for a ticket sale, I may register for an opportunity to purchase tickets, but I understand that my registration does not guarantee me the right to purchase any tickets. Only one registration per person per sale is allowed, and if a person registers more than once, all registrations by that person may be canceled without notice. At some time after the end of the registration period, I will be able to access the site for ticket purchases on a first-come, first-served basis. I understand that an online queue system may be used and, at BMP’s discretion, randomization may occur. Once through any queue, I understand that I will be able to purchase tickets only if tickets are available at the time I access the ticket purchase site. I understand that ticket and vehicle pass buying limits and restrictions for each sale will be stated on tickets.burningman.org, and I agree to be bound by those limits and restrictions in any sale in which I participate. Unless otherwise expressly allowed, vehicle passes may only be purchased in conjunction with an Event ticket, and the ratio of Event entry tickets to vehicle passes purchased shall not exceed two (2) Event tickets to one (1) vehicle pass. I UNDERSTAND THAT I MAY NOT PURCHASE MORE THAN THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF TICKETS PERMITTED AT ANY PRICE LEVEL, AND IF I ATTEMPT TO PURCHASE MORE THAN THE MAXIMUM NUMBER, ALL MY TICKET ORDERS MAY BE CANCELED, RESCINDED, AND REVOKED AND THE TICKETS VOIDED WITHOUT NOTICE.

ALL VEHICLES DRIVEN INTO THE EVENT MUST HAVE A VEHICLE PASS displayed in the windshield. I understand that a vehicle pass only grants the ability to drive a vehicle into the Event site and directly to one’s camp location and that a vehicle pass does not grant any additional on-site driving privileges. UNAUTHORIZED DRIVING WITHIN THE EVENT SITE IS PROHIBITED. During a ticket sale, and in any potential separate vehicle pass sale, depending on availability, I may have an opportunity to purchase vehicle passes. The price of a vehicle pass is $100, and each stand-alone vehicle driven through the Gate must have a vehicle pass. (Motorcycles, trailers, and art cars on trailers do NOT require a vehicle pass.) BMP reserves the right to subject the use of vehicle passes to further terms and conditions, which would be published on the Burning Man website (www.burningman.org), in the Jackrabbit Speaks newsletter, and at the Event. I understand that vehicle passes are not Event tickets and do not grant any person entry to the Event without a separate Event ticket. Likewise, the purchase of an Event ticket does not include the right to drive a motor vehicle into the Event or reserve a vehicle pass for that ticket holder. I understand that I may not purchase only a vehicle pass in any sale, unless expressly stated otherwise, and that if I do so, my order will be canceled without notice. No ticket refunds will be issued because the ticket holder neglected or was unable to acquire a vehicle pass from BMP. To help mitigate traffic issues, BMP reserves the right to limit the number of vehicle passes available for the Event, and the number of vehicle passes an individual may purchase.

As part of the ticket and vehicle pass purchase process, I understand that I must provide current contact information and a valid credit card. Invalid credit card numbers will be disqualified from participation, and I understand that I will NOT have an opportunity to provide a secondary form of payment. UNLESS BMP EXPLICITLY STATES OTHERWISE, ONLY ONE TICKET PURCHASE PER PERSON AND PER CREDIT CARD IS ALLOWED.

If I successfully purchase tickets and/or vehicle passes, my credit card will be charged automatically for the price of the ticket(s), vehicle pass(es), a per-item and per-transaction service fee, and any applicable taxes and delivery fees. Once I successfully purchase tickets and/or vehicle passes and my credit card is charged, I cannot cancel or withdraw my order, and as with all ticket and vehicle pass sales, the sale is final. If my credit card is declined by the credit card company for any reason, the sale to me will not be processed and I will not receive any tickets or vehicle passes, or be guaranteed a later opportunity to purchase tickets or vehicle passes.

I understand that once I have purchased tickets through any sale (other than a sale that specifies additional purchases may be permitted in later sales), I will be ineligible to purchase any other tickets. Purchase in any sale, even on behalf of someone else, will disqualify me from being awarded a ticket through BMP’s Low Income Ticket Program.

For any ticket or vehicle pass sale or sale registration, if for any reason whatsoever, including computer or software malfunction, mistake or inadvertence, network congestion or crashes, I am not able to purchase any tickets or vehicle passes through the sale process, or my registration for a sale or the purchase of tickets or vehicle passes is not processed, or I receive a notice that my ticket or vehicle pass purchase or ticket registration is rescinded, revoked, canceled, or made in error and my credit card payment is credited to my credit card account, I waive any claim against BMP and release BMP from any and all liability.

BMP retains the right to cancel, rescind or revoke any ticket purchases or vehicle pass purchases at any time for any reason whatsoever at BMP’s sole discretion. In alignment with Burning Man’s Decommodification Principle, one of Burning Man’s Ten Principles, BURNING MAN EVENT TICKETS AND VEHICLE PASSES MAY NOT BE SOLD FOR ADDITIONAL MARKUP BEYOND THEIR FACE VALUE OR UTILIZED TO PROMOTE OR RAISE FUNDS FOR ANY PROJECT, ENTITY, OR INDIVIDUAL. I understand that if I sell or attempt to sell a Burning Man Event ticket or vehicle pass for above Face Value; purchase a ticket or vehicle pass with the intention of reselling it for above Face Value; offer a ticket or vehicle pass as a reward or prize in any sweepstakes, auction, contest, game, drawing, or fundraising campaign without BMP’s prior written authorization; or offer a ticket or vehicle pass as part of a travel package that includes shelter, meals, or other amenities at the Event, BMP has the absolute right, in its sole discretion, to cancel all ticket and vehicle pass orders in my name without notice. Once cancelled, the ticket or vehicle pass will be null and void and will not grant the holder any right to enter the Event, and BMP will not have any liability to refund any of the purchase price to the purchaser or ticketholder.

BMP will provide the Secure Ticket Exchange Program (“STEP”) to facilitate purchasers attempting to resell tickets and vehicle passes. BMP may, in its sole discretion, partner with a third party to offer this service. I understand that once physical tickets have shipped, I may no longer submit my ticket for resale through STEP. I understand that submitting my ticket for resale through STEP does not guarantee that my ticket will be resold and does not guarantee that I will receive a refund of the ticket purchase price, if there are no individuals who actually purchase my ticket. Once I submit my ticket for resale through STEP, I understand that I may not rescind the offer to sell it. Conversely, signing up to express a desire to purchase tickets that may be resold does not guarantee that I will be given the opportunity to buy a ticket through STEP.

BMP may, in its sole discretion, work with one or more third parties to provide the ticketing website. BMP does not promise that the ticketing website will be error-free or uninterrupted. The website, content, and service are delivered on an “AS-IS” and “AS-AVAILABLE” basis, and BMP DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. BMP WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES OF ANY KIND ARISING FROM THE USE OF THE TICKETING WEBSITE, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, OR PUNITIVE AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. BMP MAKES NO GUARANTEE OF THE AVAILABILITY OF ANY TICKETS OR VEHICLE PASSES OR OF THE ABILITY TO PURCHASE TICKETS OR VEHICLE PASSES FROM USE OF THE WEBSITE.

20. Will Call and Entry Policy. To reduce lost tickets, deter the resale of tickets for above Face Value, and encourage the resale of tickets via STEP, if during the ticket purchase process I select to have physical tickets and vehicle passes mailed to me, they will be shipped some time after the middle of June 2019. Tickets and vehicle passes will ship to the shipping address I listed during the sale process, unless I subsequently requested that my order be shipped to a different address. If the ticket website contains a procedure to allow any change of the delivery address, I must make any requests to change the delivery address prior to June 6, 2019. I understand, however, that any such address change may not be processed and my tickets and vehicle passes may ultimately be mailed to the original address I listed, and I release BMP from any liability concerning the tickets or vehicle passes.

Low Income tickets, orders with shipping addresses outside of the US and Canada, any tickets and vehicle passes for which no delivery address is specified during the ticket registration or ticket purchase process, and, at BMP’s discretion, any orders that are returned to BMP by the shipping provider will be held at Will Call. Will Call tickets and vehicle passes are held for pick up at the Box Office located at the front gate of Black Rock City. Unless other arrangements have been made with BMP, or the buyer has initiated a transfer of their order into another person’s name through the system operated by BMP’s ticket vendor, only the person under whose name the tickets or vehicle passes were purchased may pick them up at Will Call, and they must present valid legal photo identification in order for tickets or vehicle passes to be released. No refunds will be processed for patrons who do not have valid identification and therefore are unable to pick up Will Call tickets or vehicle passes. I understand that I am responsible for checking the age minimum for the Event, and that no refunds will be processed for participants who are denied entry due to not having valid identification that demonstrates they are 18 years or older, or if under 18 years old, due to not being accompanied by a parent or guardian. I understand that the Box Office closes at 12 pm (noon) PDT on Saturday, August 31, 2019, and that no tickets or vehicle passes held for Will Call pickup may be collected after then. No refunds will be issued for participants who do not collect their tickets or vehicle passes before the Box Office closes.

21. Event Ingress and Egress. Due to the Event’s remote location, the vehicle capacity limitations of the roads leading to it, and restrictions placed by BLM on maximum population at the Event, I understand that I may be subject to lengthy delays in entering and departing the Event. I will be prepared for long waits on the playa during both ingress and egress (Exodus). I understand that if my vehicle is disabled or abandoned on Gate Road while entering or leaving the Event, my vehicle may be towed out of the traffic lanes, and I expressly release BMP and its agents from liability for any damage to my vehicle that may result from the towing process.

22. These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by and enforced according to the laws of the State of California without regard to any rules relating to conflicts of laws. I understand that any claim or dispute arising out of or in connection with these Terms and Conditions must be brought exclusively in the federal or state courts located in San Francisco, California, and I submit to the personal jurisdiction of such courts for the purpose of litigating all such claims or disputes.

23. Information provided to BMP in connection with the purchase of Event tickets or vehicle passes is covered by the Burning Man Privacy Policy, available at http://burningman.org/privacy-policy/.

24. If I am obtaining tickets and/or vehicle passes for, or providing any tickets and/or vehicle passes to, any other person(s), I recognize that I am acting as that person’s agent in obtaining the tickets and/or vehicle passes, and due to this agency relationship, I agree to these Terms and Conditions on behalf of any person to whom I deliver any of the tickets and/or vehicle passes I obtain, and I shall notify any such person of these Terms and Conditions when I deliver a ticket and/or vehicle pass to them. If I have obtained a ticket and/or vehicle pass from another person, I also agree to these Terms and Conditions when the ticket and/or vehicle pass is delivered to me.

25. I understand that these Terms and Conditions may be changed by BMP prior to the Event, and if so, the revised Terms and Conditions will apply to me. The most current version can be found at http://tickets.burningman.org/terms-and-conditions. My use of a ticket or other entry credential for entry to the Event signifies my binding agreement to the Terms and Conditions in effect at the time of my entry to the Event.

I ACKNOWLEDGE THAT I HAVE READ AND FULLY UNDERSTAND THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS, WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY, I UNDERSTAND THAT I HAVE GIVEN UP SUBSTANTIAL RIGHTS, AND I DO SO KNOWINGLY AND VOLUNTARILY WITHOUT ANY INDUCEMENT OR DURESS. Terms and Conditions

Kiwiburn

Terms and Conditions of Ticket Purchase and Entry Effective date: 27 July, 2019 (“Terms and Conditions”)

This ticket is sold subject to Kiwiburn Incorporated, Society number 1973668 (“Kiwiburn”) and any third party vendor’s ‘Terms and Conditions’ of sale which are available for review at the time of purchase. The Terms and Conditions include the following terms set out hereunder as well as all current Kiwiburn policies, rules, and regulations including but not limited to:

Code of Conduct Policy Fire and Safety Policy Kids Policy Leave No Trace Policy Photography and Filming Policy Sound Policy Privacy Policy Banning Policy together called “Kiwiburn Policies”.

By purchasing a ticket, including using the ticket transfer process, and thereby becoming a Ticket Holder (“Ticket Holder”), or by attending a Kiwiburn event (the “Event”), or by entering the Event site (the “Site”), I have read, understood, and agree to comply with any and all of these terms and conditions, policies, rules, and regulations of Kiwiburn.

Tickets and Refunds 1. To gain entry to and attend any Event every person is required to hold a valid ticket.

2. Kiwiburn is not liable for the replacement of any lost, stolen or damaged tickets.

3. Tickets are nonrefundable under any circumstances, even if the Event is terminated early or cancelled due to harsh weather conditions, acts of nature, a change to the advertised venue of the Event, strikes, protests, failure to obtain relevant permits, governmental regulation or other conditions beyond Kiwiburn’s control.

4. Change in personal circumstances of the Ticket Holder does not entitle the Ticket Holder to the return or exchange of the ticket.

5. Ticket Holders will be asked to show a current and valid photo identification (being a current passport, current New Zealand drivers licence or a current HAINZ 18+ ID Card) along with their ticket upon entry to an Event. There will be no exceptions made to this policy in accordance with New Zealand law, with the name on the identification needing to exactly match the name on the festival admission ticket. Ticket Holders that do not show correct photo identification will not be granted entry to the Event, and no refunds will be provided.

6. On arrival at the Event, Ticket Holders will be given a wristband which must be worn for the duration of the Event. A person at an Event without a wristband will be presumed not to hold a valid ticket and may be asked to leave.

7. Ticket Holders are responsible for safeguarding their wristband. If the wristband is damaged it may be exchanged for a replacement wristband at a designated ticketing station at no additional cost.

8. Tickets may not be sold or transferred for consideration above Kiwiburn’s original face value selling price (including booking fee) whether in isolation or in conjunction with any other product or service. If a ticket is resold then ownership must be transferred to the purchaser using the ticket transfer system provided by our ticketing vendor, Quicket. Once the transfer is complete the original ticket will not be valid for entry to the Event. Where Kiwiburn has a reasonable belief that a ticket is being, or has been, effectively sold or transferred above face value, Kiwiburn may, at its sole discretion, cancel the ticket rendering the ticket invalid without any liability for a refund or other compensation to any of the Ticket Holders.

9. Tickets may not be used for promotional purposes without Kiwiburn’s explicit prior consent.

10. Tickets are revocable licenses that may be revoked by Kiwiburn for any reason including, without limitation, resale for above face value, purchasing more than stated limits, assisting others with unauthorised or un-ticketed entry to Kiwiburn, breach of these Terms and Conditions, or conduct deemed by Kiwiburn to be unacceptable or likely to cause harm to any other individual. Such revocation of the licence is not cause for the Ticket Holder to have any entitlement to a refund or other compensation from Kiwiburn.

11. Kiwiburn reserves the right to add, withdraw or substitute any elements of the Event’s program, to change the venue for the Event (i,e, the Site), or vary the advertised Event’s ticket prices or patron capacity at its sole discretion.

Unacceptable Conduct

12. Kiwiburn reserves the right to refuse entry to any person and may require them to leave the Event if their conduct is deemed to be in breach of the Terms and Conditions. Any person refused entry or asked to leave the Event or Site must leave the Site immediately and no refund will be provided.

13. Kiwiburn at its sole discretion may from time to time determine with immediate effect certain items to be prohibited at the Event or on the Site (“Prohibited Item”). Currently the Prohibited Items include all illegal substances, firearms, weapons, gang patches, unauthorised fireworks, animals including dogs and other pets (with the exception of pre-approved assistance animals). Any person found in possession or control of any Prohibited Item will be required to leave the Event or Site and no refund will be provided. Any Ticket Holder who wishes to bring an assistance animal will need to first obtain Kiwiburn’s written consent which may be withheld at Kiwiburn’s sole discretion.

14. All persons.entering or exiting the Site give full consent to being searched by Kiwiburn representatives including their clothing and their belongings and any vehicle they are in control of (including but not limited to cars, trucks, trailers, and campervans) and hereby waive any right to related claims that may arise. Any person may withhold their consent to such a search but such withholding of consent may deny their entry into the Event or Site without refund or any other compensation.

15. The laws of New Zealand apply at all times, and New Zealand Police have access to the Site at their own discretion. The Police may be called by Kiwiburn or its representatives if it is deemed necessary to deal with any participant whose conduct is dangerous or unacceptable.

16. Any Ticket Holder required to leave the Event or Site gives consent for that removal process to be videographed.

17. Kiwiburn or its representatives reserve the right, including but not limited to keeping written and/or videographed records, to refuse, remove, and/or exclude any person from participation in events (a) if their behaviour is inappropriate, offensive, or abusive, or otherwise considered in breach of the Code of Conduct (b) to prevent damage to any property, or (c) on medical or health and safety grounds (including to prevent possible harm or injury to themselves or any other person).

18. All Ticket Holders agree to the use of email and/or Facebook contact for communication purposes in instances where they have potentially breached the Terms and Conditions.

19. The determination that there has been a breach of the Terms and Conditions is at the sole discretion and consideration of Kiwiburn and its representatives.

Access to Areas

20. Only those ticket holders with official Early Entry status that has been pre-authorised and documented by Kiwiburn will be allowed to enter the Site prior to the official start of the Event. Early entry may be granted to members of certain registered Theme Camps, Art Installations, and certain Volunteers in key roles. Please register as soon as possible to apply for Early Entry if required.

21. Participants must adhere to the Event’s arrival and departure times for a given Site (see Gate Information).

22. Tickets only provide access to designated Event Site indicated by signage and marked boundaries. Participants found on private property outside of these marked boundaries are considered trespassing and will be evicted and refused entry to the Event.

23. Any person under the age of 18 (“Minors”) must be accompanied to the Event by a ticket-holding parent or legal guardian. Minors under the age of 16 must be supervised by a ticket holding parent or legal guardian at all times.

24. Participants must follow the official directives of Kiwiburn organisers and representatives at all times while on Site or at an Event.

25. Participants must not enter any perimeters established around any of the burns at Kiwiburn. I understand that persons who cross the perimeter may be subject to civil and/or criminal prosecution and may be forcefully removed for my own or others safety.

Acceptance of Risk and Waiver of Liability

Purchase of a Ticket and/or entry to an Event indicates acceptance of the following warnings and waivers of liability:

26. I acknowledge that the property I will enter is a place where recreational activities are provided and the Event and the Site and the land it is staged on, may contain all kinds of obstacles, risks and dangers, both known and unknown, natural and man-made, which may result in loss or damage to my property or in serious injury to myself or my death.

27. I KNOWINGLY AND VOLUNTARILY ASSUME ALL RISK OF PROPERTY LOSS, PERSONAL INJURY, SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH, WHICH MAY OCCUR BY ENTERING THE SITE AND ATTENDING THE EVENT AND HEREBY FOREVER RELEASE, DISCHARGE AND HOLD HARMLESS KIWIBURN INCORPORATED, ITS OFFICERS, VOLUNTEERS, AGENTS AND ASSIGNEES FROM ANY CLAIM ARISING FROM SUCH RISK, EVEN IF ARISING FROM THE NEGLIGENCE OF KIWIBURN INCORPORATED, ITS OFFICERS, VOLUNTEERS, AGENTS AND ASSIGNEES, OR BY THIRD PARTIES, AND I ASSUME FULL RESPONSIBILITY AND LIABILITY FOR MY PARTICIPATION.

28. I further acknowledge that activities, art installations, theme camps, vehicles (including but not limited to mutant vehicles and art cars) and performances will be held or be on display and I understand that most of these activities are not owned or operated by Kiwiburn. By purchasing a ticket, I assume full responsibility and all risks, including loss or damage of property or serious injury or death, which may occur from my participation in the Event and the activities. To the extent permitted by law, Kiwiburn, its officers, volunteers, agents and assignees are excluded from all liability of whatever nature and however arising (including through negligence).

29. I understand that some participants at the Event may engage in expressive activity and dress, which may include partial nudity or full nudity and other types of expressive activity. I confirm that although there is potential on viewing such expressive activity and dress that I consider it to be indecent or offensive to myself, that I have decided to attend the Event with full knowledge that such expressive activity and dress may occur. If I am accompanied by a Minor at an Event, I acknowledge that I have made a choice that the Minor may be exposed to the expressive activities and dress that take place at the Event, and that I have exercised parental responsibility and control in bringing the Minor to the Event. Should I consider that any activity at an Event is indecent or offensive to myself, or to any Minor accompanying me, then I acknowledge that it is my sole responsibility to avoid such activity by, among other things, leaving the vicinity of the activity or leaving the Event. To the extent permitted by law, Kiwiburn, its officers, volunteers, agents and assignees and all participants at the Event are excluded from all liability of whatever nature and however arising (including through negligence) as a result of such expressive activity or dress occurring at the Event.

30. I understand and acknowledge that people are using film, video, and photographic cameras at the Event, and that my image may be captured on film, video, or photographs that may subsequently be displayed or disseminated without my consent or payment of compensation to me, and I release Kiwiburn from any liability due to such capturing, display, or dissemination.

Declaration on behalf of Minors

31. I understand that a Minor may attend an Event only if accompanied by a ticket-holding parent or legal guardian, and if I bring a Minor to an Event, I agree that the contractual terms contained in these Terms and Conditions will apply to the Minor and I confirm that I am the Minor’s parent or legal guardian.

Consent to Medical Assistance

32. Should I incur any injury, accident or illness during my attendance at an Event I agree to receive such medical aid or preventative treatment which may be deemed advisable in the unfettered direction of any medical assistance personnel engaged by Kiwiburn.

33. I agree to the release of my personal information to medical assistance personnel and Kiwiburn in the event that any medical treatment is required during my attendance at an Event.

General

34. I certify that I am physically able to participate in the Event and in any associated activity or performance, and that I have not been advised otherwise by a qualified medical professional.

35. I certify that as a mandatory requirement for all Event attendees, I have read and understood any Event Survival Guide, and furthermore that I will remain familiar with and adhere to the contents and requirements of the Survival Guide.

36. I understand that I must bring enough food, water, shelter and first aid to survive the entire length of the Event. Should I wish to leave the Event and then return, I understand that I will be required to purchase a gate pass.

37. I understand that commercial vending is prohibited at any Kiwiburn Event as per the Ten Guiding Principles.

38. I understand that Kiwiburn may vary these Terms and Conditions at any time by updating them. Any variations will only apply to ticket purchases made after these Terms and Conditions have been updated.

39. By attending the Event I am giving permission to be filmed, photographed or used in any promotional material by Kiwiburn without my further consent or payment of compensation to me, and I release Kiwiburn from any liability due to such capturing, display, or dissemination.


Youtopia

Terms & Conditions These Terms and Conditions may be changed by the San Diego Collaborative Arts Project (“SDCAP”) at any time on or prior to YOUtopia 2019: BOOtopia: A Spooky Spectacle (the “Event”), and if so, the revised Terms and Conditions will apply to you. The current version can be found at: YOUtopia 2019 Terms and Conditions. Your use of a ticket or other entry credential for entry to the Event signifies your binding agreement to the Terms and Conditions in effect at the time of your entry to the Event.

Your ticket PDF includes the Waiver and Release. Please print, sign the waiver and bring both to be admitted at the gate. You certify that if you sign a waiver and release form on behalf of any minor child that you have the right to do so. VALID ID (driver’s license, passport or state or military ID card) showing your date of birth is required and the name on your ID MUST match the name entered when you purchased your tickets, or you will not be admitted to the Event.

All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges will be issued for any reason. Fees are non-refundable. In alignment with the Decommodification Principle, one of Burning Man’s Ten Principles, EVENT TICKETS AND VEHICLE PASSES MAY NOT BE SOLD FOR ADDITIONAL MARKUP BEYOND THEIR FACE VALUE, SOLD FOR PRIVATE PROFIT, OR UTILIZED TO PROMOTE OR RAISE FUNDS FOR ANY OTHER COMPANY OR PROJECT. You understand that if you attempt to sell or sell an Event ticket or vehicle pass for above face value; purchase a ticket or vehicle pass with the intention of reselling it for above face value; offer a ticket or vehicle pass as a reward or prize in any sweepstakes, auction, contest, game, drawing, or fundraising campaign without SDCAP’s prior written authorization; or offer an Event ticket or vehicle pass for sale as part of a travel package that includes shelter, meals, or other amenities at the Event, SDCAP has the absolute right, in its sole discretion, to cancel any such ticket or vehicle pass without notice. Once cancelled, the ticket or vehicle pass will be null and void and will not grant the holder any right to enter the Event, and SDCAP will not have any liability to refund any of the purchase price to the purchaser or his or her assignee.

If you are obtaining tickets and/or vehicle passes for, or providing any tickets and/or vehicle passes to, any other person(s), you recognize that you are acting as that person’s agent in obtaining the tickets and/or vehicle passes, and due to this agency relationship, you agree to these Terms and Conditions on behalf of any person to whom you deliver any of the tickets and/or vehicle passes you obtain, and you shall notify any such person of these Terms and Conditions when you deliver a ticket and/or vehicle pass to them. If you have obtained a ticket and/or vehicle pass from another person, you also agree to these Terms and Conditions when the ticket and/or vehicle pass is delivered to you.

Tickets, credentials, and vehicle passes are revocable licenses that may be revoked by SDCAP for any reason, including without limitation assisting people with unauthorized or un-ticketed entry to the Event. This ticket is not subject to any refund and shall bear no cash value. If issued complimentary or at a discount, this ticket shall not be exchangeable. Tickets obtained from unauthorized sources may be lost, stolen or counterfeit, and if so are void. This ticket cannot be replaced if lost, stolen or destroyed, and is valid only for the Event for which it is issued. EVENT MANAGEMENT RESERVES THE RIGHT, without refund of any portion of the ticket purchase price, to refuse admission to or eject any person whose conduct is deemed by management to be disorderly, who uses vulgar or abusive language or who fails to comply with these or other management rules. You agree to read and abide by these terms and all information listed in the 2018 Venue Guide.

You consent to have medical treatment that may be deemed advisable in the event of injury, accident, and/or illness during any program, event, or activity at the Event. You release SDCAP and all persons participating in any such medical treatment from all responsibility for any such actions.

You understand that children under 18 years of age can attend the Event only if accompanied by a parent or guardian, and that if you bring a minor to the Event you agree to the contractual terms contained in these Terms and Conditions on behalf of the minor and represent that you have the right to do so. If you are the parent or guardian accompanying a minor you further agree to abide by all additional terms and conditions in the Parent/Guardian Agreement [HERE] and acknowledge that any failure to do so may result in you and the minor(s) for whom you are responsible being expelled from the Event.

You acknowledge that all vehicles, including trucks, trailers, and recreational vehicles, entering the Event are subject to search by gate staff for stowaways, animals, guns, glass, fireworks, handheld or high-powered lasers, or other prohibited items.

SDCAP is not liable for acts of God, the weather, strikes, protests, or actions taken by government agencies and similar causes. You understand that tickets and vehicle passes are non-refundable even if the Event is terminated early or canceled, or entry conditions are modified, due to harsh weather, acts of nature, governmental regulation, the failure to obtain required permits, or conditions beyond SDCAP’s control.

You understand that (1) you must bring enough food, water, shelter, and first aid to survive the duration of the Event; (2) guns, fireworks, rockets, and other explosives are prohibited unless specifically authorized by SDCAP; (3) handheld lasers of any kind are prohibited; (4) this is a LEAVE NO TRACE, pack it IN, pack it OUT event; and (5) you are asked to contribute 2 hours of campground cleanup in addition to cleaning up your own camp. (6) You must have a fire extinguisher of suitable size and type accompanying any fire art, cook stove/grill or generator.

You understand that commercial vending of any kind, including without limitation the provision of any goods or services delivered to or at the Event for a prepaid fee, is prohibited except as authorized by SDCAP and permitted by the Consolidated Desert Holdings LLC (“CDH”) and Wasteland World, Inc. as applicable. You understand that some participants at the Event may engage in expressive activity and dress, which may include partial nudity or nudity and other types of expressive activity. You agree that such expressive activity and dress is neither indecent nor offensive to you, and that you have decided to attend the Event with full knowledge that such expressive activity and dress may occur. If you are accompanied by minors at the Event, you acknowledge that you have made a choice that the minors may be exposed to the expressive activities and dress that take place at the Event, and that you have exercised parental responsibility and control in bringing the minors to the Event. Should you find that any activity at the Event is offensive to you, or to any minors accompanying you, you acknowledge that you can avoid such activity by, among other things, leaving the vicinity of the activity or leaving the Event.

By entering the Event, all participants agree to the following terms, conditions, and guidelines for the use of any imagery obtained at the Event, including still photographs and videos (hereinafter “Event Imagery”). Cameras are welcomed at the Event and are an important part of YOUtopia’s storytelling history. YOUtopia monitors dissemination of Event Imagery for two primary reasons: (1) to preserve the principle of Decommodification by ensuring that photographs and videos from the Event are not used for advertising or commercial purposes; and (2) to protect participants’ right to privacy, freedom of expression, and creative immediacy. Participants may use Event Imagery for “Personal Use,” defined to include: (A) sharing with friends and family; (B) displaying on personal websites (as long as the website does not sell any product or service, and does not purport or appear to be an official website of the Event or SDCAP); and (C) displaying on personal accounts on photo-sharing and social networking websites, such as Flickr and Facebook (as long as the display of the Event Imagery on these sites is not commercial or promotional in any manner and the account is not affiliated with any commercial enterprise). YOU UNDERSTAND AND ACCEPT THAT YOU MAY NOT MAKE ANY USE OF EVENT IMAGERY WITHOUT PRIOR WRITTEN PERMISSION FROM SDCAP, OTHER THAN PERSONAL USE (as defined above). You understand that you have no right to sell, transfer, license, sublicense, or give your Event Imagery to any other party, except for Personal Use, and you agree to inform anyone to whom you give any Event Imagery that it can only be used for Personal Use. Without the prior written consent of SDCAP, which may be granted or withheld in SDCAP’s sole discretion, you understand that you may not use in any advertisement, promotional materials (including music videos), or in the title or on the cover of any publication designed for public dissemination (other than blog posts), any (a) Event Imagery, or (b) copyrights, trademarks, or other intellectual property owned or licensed by SDCAP or Burning Man.

If you post, or allow to be posted, any Event Imagery on a personal website or a website controlled by a third party, even if permissible as Personal Use, you agree that: (I) you will place, or cause to be placed, on any webpage on which such Event Imagery is displayed a notice that (a) the Event Imagery can be used only for the poster’s personal use and not for any other purpose, and (b) the Event Imagery may be downloaded or copied only in accordance with a Creative Commons license that prohibits the licensee from using the Event Imagery for commercial purposes, including CC BY-NC, CC BY-NC-SA, and CC BY-NC-ND (available at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/); (II) you will not license any Event Imagery that contains any nudity or partial nudity (including any imagery in which bare breasts, bare buttocks, genitals, or genital areas are visible); and (III) if SDCAP notifies you that any such images must be removed, for any reason whatsoever in SDCAP’s sole discretion, you will promptly remove or cause to be removed those images. You understand that use of the Creative Commons’ licenses approved herein does not supersede these Terms and Conditions, nor your responsibility as the photographer or videographer to obtain all necessary permissions from subjects and artists as appropriate.

SDCAP forbids any use (other than Personal Use) of Event Imagery that contains nudity presented in a sexual context and/or without the express written permission of the subjects. Violations or suspected problems of this nature should be reported to YOUtopia Rangers and/or Media (at the Event) or to BOD@sdcap.org (year-round).

The YOUtopia community grows primarily by word of mouth. SDCAP does little to solicit attention from media companies about the Event, and does not seek to grow the Event by exposure through the mass media. SDCAP does support the presence of the press, and encourages the free expression of news reporters, storytellers, small groups documenting special projects, cultural or fine art photographers, and creative authors/researchers or academics, but all such uses require a written agreement with SDCAP in order to use Event Imagery. Contact bod@sdcap.org.

You acknowledge that people are using film, video, and photographic cameras at the Event, and that your image may be captured on film, video, or photographs that may subsequently be displayed or disseminated without your consent or payment of compensation to and you release SDCAP from any liability due to such filming, photographing, or dissemination.

YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU HAVE READ AND FULLY UNDERSTAND THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS. YOU UNDERSTAND THAT YOU HAVE GIVEN UP SUBSTANTIAL RIGHTS, AND YOU DO SO KNOWINGLY AND VOLUNTARILY WITHOUT ANY INDUCEMENT OR DURESS. See Terms & Conditions

Resonance

BY PURCHASING TICKETS YOU ARE AGREEING TO: Follow the 10 Principles of the The Wichita Burners. These principles are what set us apart as a community and are what we come together to celebrate. Plus there will be a test ;) Follow the Rules Agreement

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RULES AGREEMENT By purchasing an Resonance ticket you agree to the following rules or penalty of expulsion without refund:

Resonance is an all ages event. Those under 18 must be accompanied by an adult parent or legally appointed guardian. Legally appointed guardians must bring proof of the relationship that is filed and stamped by a legitimate court of law. Parents are not required to bring such a document. You may only bring a minor who is your child or legal ward. Yyou may not bring a child who you are not legally responsible for. All state and federal laws apply to Resonance and its participants. Breaking the law endangers Resonance and the entire Burner community. When you arrive at Resonance’s Front Gate you will be reminded by the Front Gate Greeters that once you sign in and enter the campground, you cannot leave and then return later. This policy is to keep everyone safe, reduce traffic on the driveway, and to encourage radical self-sufficiency. You will not be allowed into Resonance without a government issued picture ID or some combination of identification documents such as a school picture ID and a birth certificate. Wristbands will be issued at the Front Gate to identify people of drinking age and those underage. Please wear the wristband throughout the event. If your wristband breaks, please come to the Front Gate with your ID to get another one. Take responsibility for your actions. Savor the freedom of expression at Resonance but temper your personal freedom with respect for the rest of the community. Peacefully work out disagreements. Wichita Burners does not tolerate verbal or physical aggression. Do not destroy or burn anyone’s art unless the artist gives you permission. No vending. No promotions. You cannot promote commercial organizations, concerts, events, or products of any kind including raves. Promotion includes flyering, posting commercial banners or logos, giving out product samples, etc. Commercial use of images from the event prohibited without written consent from the association. Please ask before you photograph or videotape someone, as they may not want to be forever enshrined in cyberspace wearing that pink tutu. Please be familiar with the boundaries and do not trespass on neighboring properties. Fires in burn barrels and fire pits only. There may be a burn ban in dry windy weather. Dump portable fire pit ash into established fire pits and/or burn barrels only. Do not dump fire pit ash on the ground. Absolutely no glass, fireworks, firearms or explosives. Be respectful of the local wildlife. Absolutely no hunting allowed. ABSOLUTELY NO ANIMALS ARE ALLOWED. The only animals allowed will be those needed by persons with disabilities. You agree to contribute to cleanup of your own camp and the property before departure. YOU VOLUNTARILY ASSUME THE RISK OF SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH BY ATTENDING.

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