As a result of purchasing a ticket and entry onto the festival site, all ticket holders consent to the following:
No admission without a ticket.
Tickets are non-transferable.
The event opens to the public on the 7th July at 12:00
The event will close on the 9th July 2016 at 22:00
Camping is included as part of the ticket price for the nights of the 7th and 8th and 9th of July only. An extra charge will be incurred if participants remain on the campsite and are still found to be on the site after the 9th July or later.
Do not leave money or valuables in your tents or cars as thieves sometimes operate in the camping areas.
All ticket holders and crew agree to comply with any searches which designated festival security deem necessary to their person, vehicle, live in vehicle, luggage or equipment.
Lasers and strobe lighting may be used at the festival.
Be aware music played may well be in excess of 100 decibels and prolonged exposure can damage hearing especially to young children.
No swimming allowed, people swimming in the Sulby river will be ejected from site.
Under 18s including Teenage Ticket holders must be accompanied by an adult (aged over 21) at all times.
Children aged 12 years and under can attend the event for free.
Photo ID regarding the age of adults and children attending may be requested at the box office.
Dogs are allowed on the site but must be restrained at all times.
Only live in vehicles and caravans are allowed in the designated campsite - no cars are allowed in the campsites.
All live in vehicles/trailer tents/caravans/tipis can only camp in the designated campsite and having entered the site cannot leave until the 9th of July 2016 when stewards will be available to direct the flow of traffic.
The use of the campsite is available to Dark Horse ticket holders from 12 noon Friday 7th July until 10am Monday 10th July.
Live in vehicles that require electricity must have a campervan ticket, and will be directed to the appropriate area by the site staff. Tickets are available on request by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Fire lanes on the campsite will be clearly marked out. Tents will be removed if erected on fire lanes.
Line-up is subject to change.
All fires are required to be held off the ground in purpose made fire pits.
Trespassing on adjoining private property will result in expulsion.
No unauthorised recordings of the event. All images and sound recordings remain the property of Dark Horse Music Ltd.
Cameras for personal use are allowed.
Ticket holders consent to the filming, sound recording and photography of themselves as part of the audience.
Tickets will not be refunded in any circumstances, other than the total cancellation of the event, when only the face value of the ticket will be refunded.
Rights of admission reserved.
Ticket holders enter at their own risk.
Dangerous behaviour, fly pitching or sale of any other goods or other unauthorised trading will result in immediate expulsion from the site.
Dark Horse Music Limited. has no liability for the loss or damage of vehicles, goods or other materials belonging to guests and crew attending the Dark Horse Music & Arts Festival.
You are permitted to bring alcohol for your own personal consumption into the camp-sites but not into the Event Area - this is a condition of our license.
We reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone we suspect of bringing in alcohol not for personal consumption.
Vehicles parked in the designated campsite or family camping areas may only have one awning or one small tent pitched next to them.
It is illegal to sell alcohol to or purchase alcohol for anyone younger than 18 years of age. For licensing reasons people aged 17 and under must stay at least 2m away from any bar front on site. If you appear to be under 21 you will be asked for ID.