As we are coming together to share an experience in such an amazing location, there are few rules that we ask you to follow to make sure that everybody have a safe and memorable journey;
– Please clean your camp site before you go and take your rubbish home with you.
– Respect local people in the area as they kindly let us host the event in their back yard.
– Be aware of kids around, be caring about them.
– Drive safely on site, on the way to the festival, on the way out and watch out for wild-life.
– Respect others, anti-social behaviour will be not tolerated.
– Do not sneak in and don’t let people sneak in your car, you will be not allowed in and no ticket refund. We need you to contribute to make this magic happens again
– Glass is not allowed in the festival as it is hazard in many ways.
– No pets.
– No illegal substances.
– No quad or motor bikes.
– You must wear your wristband at all times. If it is damaged, head to the gate for a replacement.
– No generators.
– Do not dump your rubbish outside festival site and all along your way back home.
– No nudity.
– Bottom on policy, remember this is a family friendly event.
– No fire spinning in the campsite and in the festival area. Do it only and safely in the designated fire
– Caravans are allowed.
Condition of Entry
– This is an outdoor festival in a natural environment and a sacred land. Everyone attending must treat the land with the upmost respect.
– There are certain risks associated with outdoor festivals and by attending you agree to accept full responsibility for yourself and your actions.
– Management reserves the right to refuse entry & anti-sociable behaviour will not be tolerated.
– The festival rules on this page are the conditions of entry and failure to observe these rules may result in eviction from the festival.
– No glass, this will be strictly enforced this year, so cartons of beer in glass, bottes of spirits and any other glass bottles will be confiscated by security at the front gate and on the event site. This is for all of our safety, there are families, young people and barefoot people on the dance floor.
– No excessive amounts of alcohol, binge drinking is anti-social and not accepted.
– No anti-social behaviour, Orin Aya Festival is a family and community-oriented event. Please drink responsibly and conduct yourself socially. Any anti-social behaviour will be dealt with by our security staff and may lead to eviction from the festival.
– Please drive safely and responsibly to the festival. Road safety is a big priority so make sure you are well rested and drive safely.
– Make sure you have slept enough before doing the drive home. It is a long drive that requires concentration.
– Do not drive whilst intoxicated under any circumstance.
– Watch out for wild life on the road especially at night time.
– No glass, bring cans or plastic
– Bring cutlery from home, use it wash it and use it again!
– Buy good long lasting camping gear so you can keep it for the next festival and don’t dump it on site.
– Your cigarette butts don’t belong on the ground! Put it in the bin or personal ashtray.
– Fill your car with friends, the less cars result in less carbon emissions.
– Bring your rubbish home and recycle it.
Thanks to all of you in advance to participate and respect this simple rules and we hope you have an unforgettable experience.