Second edition of the festival July 12-14 2024


“Sounds Of Veritas Festival”

  1. On July 12-14, 2024, the Veritas Foundation, headquartered in Wrocław at ul. Skarbowców 23B/A1/014, 53-025 Wrocław, identified by NIP: 8992861984, KRS: 0000784405, hereinafter referred to as the Organizer, organizes an event called the “Sounds Of Veritas Festival,” hereinafter referred to as the Event, at the reservoir in Stara Morawa, Poland, at Stara Morawa 6b, 57-550 Stara Morawa, hereinafter referred to as the Venue.
  2. The regulations define the terms of participation and the rules of conduct for individuals present at the Event, hereinafter referred to as Participants, including regulatory provisions governing: a. Participant entry to the Event, b. Participant rights and obligations, c. Prohibitions that Participants must adhere to, d. Rules regarding the liability of individuals, including Participants, for behavior contrary to the applicable legal order, including violations of the Regulations, e. Epidemic safety requirements.
  3. The purpose of the Regulations is to ensure the safety of the Event by defining the rules of conduct for Participants and their use of the Venue and its facilities, as well as regulating the rights and obligations of Participants regarding entry to the Event.
  4. Regardless of the provisions of the Regulations, all Participants are required to comply with: a. Applicable laws, especially regarding epidemic safety. b. Venue regulations, available on the Event’s website ( c. Each Event participant is obliged to familiarize themselves with the Regulations, and participation in the Event signifies the Participant’s acceptance of the Regulations.
  5. Due to the nature of the Event, the Organizer does not provide health insurance (including coverage for accidents). Participants may obtain insurance on their own. The Festival Organizer is not liable for any random events resulting in injury or loss of life.
  6. In principle, the Event does not constitute a mass event within the meaning of the provisions of the Act of March 20, 2009, on the safety of mass events (Journal of Laws of 2009, No. 62, item 504, as amended).
  1. Entry to the Festival is free of charge.
  2. The Organizer, in accordance with applicable law, may refuse entry to the Event to: a. Individuals visibly under the influence of alcohol, drugs, psychotropic substances, or similarly acting substances, especially those increasing aggression, b. Individuals possessing weapons or other dangerous items, explosive materials, pyrotechnic articles, fireworks, fire hazardous materials, alcoholic beverages, drugs, c. Individuals unable to confirm their identity, d. Individuals behaving aggressively, provocatively, or otherwise posing a threat to safety or public order.
  3. The assessment of items and their classification as dangerous is the responsibility of persons authorized by the Organizers to ensure order and safety at the Event (hereinafter referred to as “Security Services”), who are identified by appropriate identifiers.
  4. The Organizer may refuse entry and prohibit the use of professional cameras, video cameras, or other professional recording equipment at the Event. Amateur cameras and mobile phones with recording devices are allowed.
  5. If a participant of the Event is under 18 years of age, they may only participate in the Event under the supervision of an adult. The guardian bears full responsibility for the minor present at the Event from the moment of entry until their departure.
  1. The Organizer ensures the safety of the Participants and order during the Event, especially through Security Services.
  2. Security Services may issue their own safety instructions, including epidemic and fire safety, in accordance with applicable law.
  3. Security Services are authorized to: a. Identify individuals to establish their identity. b. Inspect the contents of luggage and clothing if there is suspicion that these individuals are carrying or possessing prohibited or dangerous items. c. Issue orders to individuals disrupting public order or behaving contrary to the regulations. d. Detain individuals – for immediate handover to the police – who pose a direct threat to the protected property or engage in prohibited acts.
  4. Participants and all other individuals present at the Event are obliged to comply with the orders of the Security Services. Refusal to comply with these orders may only result from their contradiction with universally applicable legal provisions.
  5. The following actions are prohibited on the Premises: a. Undertaking actions aimed at interrupting or disrupting the course of the Event; b. Using offensive, vulgar language, proclaiming and displaying slogans with vulgar and racist content, and inciting conflicts, especially based on racial, national, religious, social, or sexual grounds; c. Hanging unauthorized banners not previously approved by the Organizer; d. Throwing objects; e. Starting fires, as well as smoking tobacco in places where it is prohibited; f. Conducting physiological needs outside of toilets; g. Littering; h. Blocking exits and evacuation routes; i. Bringing in dogs and other animals, except guide dogs; j. Bringing in, possessing, and using unmanned aerial vehicles, drones, and other airborne objects; k. Bringing in and using skateboards, longboards, single-track vehicles, roller skates, rollerblades, and any other similar equipment. l. Bringing in and using cameras, sound recording equipment, and photographic equipment with professional applications, including cameras with interchangeable lenses, cameras with zoom above 6x, tripods, selfie sticks. Photos may only be taken for private purposes so as not to obstruct the view for anyone in the audience or disturb individuals nearby; m. Bringing in umbrellas with sharp tips, n. Bringing in personal defense items such as pepper spray, electric stun guns, police batons, and telescopic batons.
  6. Event participants and all other individuals present on the Premises are obliged to behave in a manner that does not endanger the safety of other individuals present at the Event, and in particular, to comply with the provisions of the Regulations. It is prohibited to destroy signs and information boards, advertising media, devices, and equipment on the Premises, as well as any other property. Participants are obliged to use sanitary facilities only for their intended purpose.
  7. Conducting any commercial or other profitable activity, as well as advertising and promotional activities on the Premises, without the Organizer’s authorization is prohibited.
  8. During the Event, the Organizer and Participants, as well as other individuals present on the Premises, are obliged to comply with the provisions of the Act of 26 October 1982 on upbringing in sobriety and counteracting alcoholism.
  9. Lighting fires, grills, and other forms of open fire by Participants on the Premises is strictly prohibited.
  1. The Participant is obliged to: a. behave in a manner consistent with the principles of social coexistence, including not endangering the safety of other individuals present at the Event – by adhering to the provisions of the Regulations, b. comply with the orders and instructions of Security Service employees and speakers, and in the event of intervention by Police officers, State Fire Service, Border Guard, Military Gendarmerie officers or employees or officers of other authorized services and authorities – to comply with their instructions.
  2. The Participant bears full financial responsibility for damages caused by them at the Event or accommodation location (including in a hotel), to the property of other Participants, as well as to the property of the Organizer or hotel.
  3. The Organizer is not liable for the belongings of Participants left unattended.
  1. The Organizer undertakes to comply with current regulations regarding epidemic safety.
  2. Participants are obliged to comply with current epidemic regulations and orders of the Organizer, including Security Services, issued to maintain epidemic safety at the Event.
  1. The Administrator of Participants’ personal data is the Veritas Foundation with its registered office in Wrocław, ul. Skarbowców 23b/A1/014, postal code: 53-025. KRS: 0000784405, NIP: 8992861984, REGON: 38326172.
  2. Participants’ personal data will be processed in connection with the organization of the Event, including for documentation, promotion, and advertising of the Event as well as the promotion and advertising of the Organizer and sponsors of the Event (Participants’ image).
  3. Providing personal data and giving consent to their processing is voluntary but necessary to participate in the Event and to achieve the purposes mentioned in point 4 above. Failure to provide personal data by the Participant or refusal to consent to their processing precludes participation in the Event.
  4. Participants’ personal data will be disclosed to employees, associates, and subcontractors of the Organizer to the extent necessary to achieve the purposes specified in point 4 above.
  5. Consent to the processing of personal data may be withdrawn at any time without affecting the legality of data processing prior to its withdrawal. To effectively withdraw consent, it is sufficient to submit a written statement in any manner allowing the administrator to become acquainted with the will of the individuals concerned.
  6. Withdrawal of consent means resignation from participation in the Event.
  7. Personal data will not be transferred to third countries.
  8. Each person whose data is processed has the right to access their data, rectify them, request their deletion, limit processing, and lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority – the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection if it is found that the data are processed unlawfully.
  9. Photos taken during the Event may be used in promotional materials of the Event and the Organizer. Participation in the Event is associated with consent to the free use of the Participant’s image captured in the form of photographs or video recordings and granting the Organizer a free license to use it in all fields of exploitation, including: recording and dissemination in any form, and introduction into the computer memory, use for promotion and organization of the Event by the Organizer, provision to sponsors of the Event and partners of the Organizer for their promotion in the context of participation in the Event, inclusion and publication in publications about the Event, on promotional materials printed by the Organizer, in the press, on websites, and in television and radio broadcasts.
  10. Acceptance of the regulations is necessary to participate in the Event. Failure to accept the regulations means resignation from participating in the Event.

Początek formularza

  1. The status of a sponsor of the Event is granted exclusively by its Organizer.
  2. The Organizer reserves the right to: a. Establish changes in the course of the Event due to unforeseen and unavoidable reasons beyond the Organizer’s control, as well as the right to establish and change the program artistically, content-wise, and time-wise without prior consultation and compensation. b. Cancel or withdraw from the Event for reasons beyond the Organizer’s control without prior notice and without the obligation to pay compensation or damages to any persons. c. Pursue claims for damages caused by the Participant, including for violating the good reputation of the Organizer. d. Invalidate invitations, Identifiers, or other documents entitling access to the Event grounds not accessible to the public, in accordance with the provisions of applicable law.
  3. The Organizer has the right to change the Regulations, in particular, to ensure the proper conduct of the Event and the safety of Participants. The Organizer informs about changes to the Regulations on the Event website, i.e.,
  4. The Organizer is not liable for the consequences of force majeure. Force majeure is understood as an event beyond the Organizer’s control, which makes it impossible to perform obligations or may be deemed impossible due to existing circumstances. Force majeure includes, in particular, weather conditions, failures or disruptions in the operation of devices supplying electricity, heat, light, acts of war or actions of state or local authorities in formulating policies, laws, and regulations affecting the performance of obligations.
  5. In the event of a change in the date of the Event, its program, or location due to force majeure or other reasons beyond the Organizer’s control, the Organizer is not responsible for the mentioned changes.
  6. Matters not regulated by these Regulations are governed by generally applicable law.