WHAT IS FORBIDDEN DURING CONCERTS?
Importing tape recorders and professional-quality imaging equipment for concert venues are forbidden. It is also strictly forbidden to import all kinds of weapons, narcotic drugs and their own drinks as well as other potentially dangerous goods or substances into concerts.
HOW TO ARRIVE TO THE CONCERT?
For concert venues, it is advisable to arrive by means of public transport or bundles well in advance of the event. Access may be required to queue and parking restrictions, as well as the arrival route to the concert venue should be investigated in advance.
DO I NEED HEARING PROTECTION?
We recommend hearing protection for use in our concerts.
IS THERE A CLOAKROOM IN CONCERTS?
Concert venues often have an on-board service, with bags, backpacks, outdoor clothing and umbrellas left behind . The service is also often chargeable and is not included in the ticket price.
WHAT IS SOLD ON CONCERT VENUE?
Our event often includes fan products, food and drink sales, so it is worth investing in cash to speed up the service. Concert places do not always have a bank or credit card payment, so it is good to book cash.
MAY THE RUN TIMES CHANGE?
The given run times are estimates that may change. We reserve the right to make changes to the concert arrangements. Ticket Dealers and RL Concerts will not exchange tickets or redeem them. Nor are we responsible for lost tickets. Ticket prices and availability are subject to change. It is recommended that children under the age of 13 be accompanied by a guardian. We recommend checking the program information on a concert day from the ticket stores’ pages for any timetable or program changes.
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WHO IS RESPONSIBLE IF I DIDN’T LIKE THE CONCERT?
The organizer is not responsible for the content of the program, the content of the artists’ performances or the artistic implementation of the performance. The performance of the performance is always the responsibility of the artist and artist Management. The concert organizer is not liable if the performance of the artist does not meet the expectations of the audience.