Good agreements make good friends. This website, including subdomains and the offered services, is managed by The Factory cvba-vso.
The Factory cvba-vso, with registered office established at:
3970 Leopoldsburg, BE
Registered with enterprise number 0434.153.588 email@example.com
We are also responsible for the website www.pptickets.be
User: Anyone who visits our website, regardless of whether this is intended purely for information and/or with a view to our services.
Visitor: Anyone who wishes to reserve a festival ticket via our website and/or who already has a festival ticket in his name. Is hereafter also referred to as the "purchaser".
This text regulates each use of the website, including the services that are offered via the website. As soon as one enters the website as a user, one declares one´s acceptance of these General Conditions. One hereby also declares as a user to be authorised to bind oneself to these general conditions, or to assume this obligation under supervision and subject to the consent of an authorised person.
If you do not accept our website and/or these General Conditions, we can only recommend that you make no further use of the site.
It is possible that special conditions replace these General Conditions. This will only be the case if there is a meeting of minds on this and it is established in writing. These special conditions shall only apply for the part of the General Conditions from which they depart.
We may decide at any time to unilaterally modify our General Conditions, without this giving rise to any form of compensation. Naturally, any modification will only have prospective effect, so that you are never bound to something you do not want. In any event we recommend regularly taking cognisance of possible modifications in our General Conditions.
Each user of our website, including services, understands that this use is always entirely at the user´s own risk. Our website is to be visited on an ´as is´ basis, thus without any (implicit or explicit) guarantee or condition. Naturally, we do not offer you a website without our having taken all necessary and reasonable measures that guarantee the proper functioning and security of our websites. Nevertheless, we cannot give any absolute guarantees. It is thus possible that the user will suffer harm as a result of ´errors´ and/or viruses or similar harmful components that afflict our website and/or servers. However, we may not be held liable for any harm deriving from the use of the website, including its services.
In addition, the website is offered on an ´as available´ basis. We cannot give any guarantees with regard to the accessibility of our website and the offered services. We will always take all reasonable measures in order to reduce the risk of malfunctions and/or interruptions to a minimum, but we shall under no circumstances be liable for harm resulting from a deficient access to the website and its services.
It is possible that certain content can be downloaded via our website. Each download from our website is always at one´s own risk, and damage resulting from a loss of data or harm to the computer system falls completely and exclusively under the user´s responsibility.
Users and third parties must refrain from actions that could endanger the use of this website. If such an action endangers the proper functioning and/or the secure character of our website (including services) and/or leads to the deficient accessibility of our website, the responsible person alone is personally and fully liable for all harm caused. If the responsible person is a user, he shall have a duty of indemnification vis-à-vis The Factory cvba-vso.
Finally, our website contains many references to other websites and/or electronic communication portals that are not under the actual control of The Factory cvba-vso. Placing such a reference does not automatically means that we (implicitly) approve of the content of these websites. These references shall thus be clicked on and visited at the user´s own risk and personal responsibility. The Factory cvba-vso is not liable for any form of harm deriving from this.
The Factory cvba-vso devotes the greatest care to its websites and the information appearing on them. This means that we take the necessary steps to keep our website as complete, accurate and up-to-date as possible. This is a best-efforts obligation. We may therefore change, supplement or remove our website and its content at any time.
Nevertheless, we cannot give guarantees about the quality of the information on our website. Thus it is possible that the information will be incomplete, insufficiently accurate and/or useful. We are therefore not liable for (direct and indirect) harm resulting from actions that the user takes on the basis of the information on our website. For example, information and files coming from third parties also appear on the website. These third parties, and not The Factory cvba-vso, are themselves responsible for the quality of such content. We are not obliged to check this content in advance, even if we place the content itself on the website.
If certain content on our website constitutes a violation of the applicable law and/or an infringement of the rights of third parties and/or is simply unacceptable, we ask you to report this to us as soon as possible so that we can take the appropriate steps.
Each user of our website leaves information about himself behind. The quantity of such information differs the more actions are performed, for example after registration. Depending on the quality of the information, it is possible that a natural person can be identified. As of that moment we are collecting and processing personal data.
Creativity merits protection, thus so does our website and its content. The protection is provided by intellectual property rights. Such rights also apply for our website and its content. By "content" is understood the whole broad category of photos, video, audio, text, ideas, notes, drawings, articles, etc. All of this content is protected by copyright, software law, database law, industrial design rights and other applicable (intellectual) property rights. The technical character of our website itself is protected by copyright, software law and database law. Every trade name that we use on our websites is also protected by the applicable trade name law or trade mark law.
Each user receives a limited right of access, use and reproduction of our websites and their content. This granted right is non-exclusive, non-transferable and can only be used within a personal, non-commercial framework.
We thus ask our users not to use and/or to make changes to the intellectual property rights as described in this article, without the permission of the entitled party.
These General Conditions (including the Conditions of Sale) are exclusively governed and interpreted in conformity with Belgian Law. Disputes fall within the jurisdiction of the courts of the judicial district of Hasselt.
If the effect or validity of one or several of the above provisions of these general conditions should be endangered, this will have no consequence on the validity of the other provisions of this agreement.
Every disclaimer of liability by The Factory cvba-vso must always be given the broadest possible interpretation.
The headings that we use in our legal documents are always purely illustrative, so no legal significance can be derived from them.
In case of contradiction and/or dispute, the original Dutch version of these general conditions will prevail over the French and English translations thereof.
We find your opinion important. We try to ensure that our website and our offered services function as correctly as possible, but we are not always in the right position to note shortcomings or other problems. Therefore we ask you, as a user, to communicate to us any useful comment or complaint. This can be done using the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will do everything in our power to provide a practical and effective answer to your complaint or comment as quickly as possible.
Depending on what you need as a visitor, we can offer you the following;
We reserve the right to change the conditions and prices of our tickets at any time, without any form of formality or advance notice. Such changes have only prospective effect. If you have already purchased a ticket, then nothing changes for you.
For years now we, but above all our visitors, have been confronted with the consequences of unofficial sales (counterfeit tickets, extortionate prices). We have taken a number of measures in order to prevent disappointments. If you are curious we’d be happy to give you further information under the heading "What about unofficial sales ?". So if you want to be certain that your money secures a valid access, don´t buy via the ´black market´. If you notice an unofficial resale, please report it to us and thus help to prevent people from being unnecessarily duped.
There is no problem with ordering an admission ticket for friends, colleagues, family, etc. (so-called third parties). However, in such cases we do ask for the name of the end user, for purposes of access control. The person or the company that places the order is then regarded as the principal.
Blessed by the internet, we only sell our tickets online. In order to already give you a bit more information in advance about how the sale takes place, we would like to briefly run over all the steps. Just go through them at your ease. We promise there won´t be a test afterwards.
The initial choice screen lists the following options:
In step 1 you specify what type (day ticket or combi) and how many tickets you want to order. Per person you can order a maximum of six (6) admission tickets. First look at which tickets we offer in order to avoid errors in the heat of the moment.
The number of food & drinks vouchers can also be indicated in this step.
In order to be certain that you actually exist, in this step we ask for your personal data. As the party responsible for the purchase, from now on you are the principal/purchaser. We ask for nothing more than your name, street address and e-mail address in case we have to contact you. It is important that the information that you provide to us corresponds with reality. We cannot forward any tickets to you without, for example, a valid e-mail address.
At this point we also ask you to explicitly accept our General Conditions.
For us, you aren´t a number. Each admission ticket is in someone´s name, and consequently is non-transferable. This means that you cannot pass it on or resell it to someone else. At the entrance we verify whether your identity corresponds to the identity on the ticket. Only if there is a match do you get access to the festival. So once again it is important to communicate correct information.
In this step you can also indicate which camping site you want to stay at. People who order a day ticket can choose Camping Relax (former Camp Site B) or no camping site. People who order a combi ticket can choose Camping Chill (former Camp Site A), Camping Relax (former Camp Site B) or no camping site, and this as long as there are places on the offered camping sites. Be very careful here and avoid mistakes - unless you´d prefer to end up on a different camping site than your friends, of course.
With this step you can also choose your camping. There’s a choice of Camping Chill, Camping Relax or ‘no camping’ as long as the available campings aren’t full. Be accurate and double check for mistakes. Staying at Camping Relax is free of charge whereas a supplement is charged for Camping Chill. A Recycling Deposit is charged for both campings (Chill and Relax).
We can only confirm your order after immediate payment. If the payment isn´t made, then the tickets automatically go back on sale.
The following payment methods are possible:
In order to ensure the security of your online transaction(s), we work together only with the above payment partners and credit card issuers. Online payments are made via a closed security system as a result of which the risk of loss and/or theft of your identity or credit card data is reduced to an absolute minimum. Naturally we are not liable for any shortcomings on the part of the above payment partners and credit card issuers.
This is the final step in the ordering process. Take enough time to check whether all of the data are correct.
If you find that you’ve made an error, just go back to the previous step(s) in the ordering process and correct where necessary.
You can report problems with your ticket reservation at email@example.com. Always mention your name, address and telephone number so that we can help you as quickly and effectively as possible.
The reservation is definitive as soon as the payment is completed. As of this moment the purchase is definitive, meaning that your festival ticket is neither refundable nor exchangeable. In the absence of immediate payment there is no reservation. We then send you a confirmation e-mail with the requested entrance tickets.
All ordered tickets are sent to you as ´festival tickets´. This means that you receive a PDF file sent by e-mail. As the purchaser you are obliged to carefully examine the e-mail upon receipt for any mistakes on our part. Following payment you get a screen that lists a support ID NUMBER. This is your order number so be sure to keep it handy. If we did something wrong in the delivery of our services, you as the purchaser have seven (7) days to report it. This must always be done in a writing that specifies the reasons and is addressed to The Factory cvba-vso. If your report/complaint is found to be admissible, then naturally we will correct our error. If you fail to produce a substantiated complaint within the given period, your right expires.
You must print out the PDF file and it constitutes the sole valid entrance ticket. Your ticket is your festival, camping site and bus ticket.
Only the first individual who presents the original festival ticket and camping ticket will be granted access to the event or the camping site. The presenter must be able to match his identity to the identity on the ticket.
The holder of a copied festival ticket or camping ticket will be refused access, so make sure that no one can copy your festival ticket and camping ticket.
Only festival ticket holders can buy a separate camping ticket for Camping Chill or Camping Relax or upgrade their camping ticket from Camping Relax to Camping Chill. During the ordering process for these Camping Only tickets you will be required to enter the shortcode and ticket number of your personalised festival ticket. Both are printed on your festival ticket just below your name. The Camping Only ticket is joined with your festival ticket and the two can no longer be separated. This combined festival/camping ticket is only forwarded to the email address the buyer of the festival ticket registered with the initial order.
As a consumer you do not have the right to withdraw from the purchase. The right of withdrawal is not applicable because what is involved here is a service for leisure activities, and/or the reservation of the tickets, which moreover is implemented immediately.
By accepting the General Conditions, you expressly declare as a consumer that you no longer have a right of withdrawal as soon as The Factory cvba-vso executes the agreement. Your reservation is executed immediately and automatically after payment.
Because we have been confronted for years now with the consequences of counterfeit tickets and tickets at extortionate prices, we make great efforts to combat such abuse as much as possible. The only way to buy a valid ticket is via the official sales website www.pptickets.be and www.proximusgoformusic.be
Each festival ticket and camping ticket is in the user´s name, strictly personal and cannot be transferred. This means that you cannot resell it or pass it on to someone else. If your identity does not correspond with the identity on the ticket, you will not get access to the festival and camping sites.
The recent Act of 30 July 2013 helps us by subjecting unlawful resales to criminal-law sanctions (fines up to €60,000). It is prohibited to resell your festival ticket and camping ticket or to provide them to third parties, in any way and regardless of whether it is done for a commercial or some other reason. Not a single one of the purchased tickets may be given away via a contest, promotion or advertisement without The Factory cvba-vso having given its express written consent for this.
In order to avoid disappointments, we thus emphatically advise against the use of unofficial sales channels. Chances are great that your ticket will not give access to the festival.
Only our official festival partners may, subject to advance approval, organise contests in which Pukkelpop tickets are given away.
The Factory cvba-vso is entitled to cancel festival tickets and camping tickets as soon as it determines that tickets are being offered for sale despite the prohibition. The cancellation makes the ticket unusable, even for the initial purchaser. The cancellation gives no right to any form of reimbursement. All costs deriving from the cancellation shall be borne by the purchaser.
The Act of 30 July 2013 on the sale of entrance tickets for events has provided us with a number of measures to prevent unlawful resale, and we will not hesitate to exercise these (legal) options.
Don´t give fraudsters a chance, and help us rid the world of this abuse. If you learn of an unofficial ticket offer on the internet or elsewhere, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
The festival ticket is a valid transport ticket for the buses and trams of De Lijn. It is valid for the ride as of any stop in Belgium up to the festival grounds in Kiewit.
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Only the first individual who presents the original festival ticket and camping ticket will receive access to the festival grounds and/or the camping site. The holder of a copied festival ticket and camping ticket will be refused access. So make sure that no one can copy your festival ticket and camping ticket.
Prohibited on the festival grounds: drugs, liquids, glass, cans, camel bags, sharp objects, alcohol, animals, sound, film, video and photo equipment, fires and any object that the organisation may consider to be dangerous. One can be lawfully searched/patted down before being allowed to enter the grounds or asked to search clothes and/or luggage. Access will be prohibited in the event of refusal.
The artists and the organisers, their agents and employees, the camping site organisers, De Lijn and the NMBS cannot be held liable for damage, loss or theft, nor for any possible accident. Official sale of festival merchandise takes place only on the festival grounds.
It is not authorised to distribute gadgets, samples or any such other products at the entrance of / near to / on the festival meadow and camping sites unless written agreements have been made on this in advance.
Distributing flyers on, around and near the festival is prohibited by police order.
By purchasing an festival ticket, you expressly confirm that you as a visitor are bound by our festival regulations. Any violation thereof will be sanctioned. Pukkelpop reserves the right to deny anyone at any time access to the site if there is a sufficient reason to do so. If you violate the regulations, you will be the sole party responsible for this. You will also be obliged to indemnify Pukkelpop for all potential consequences of your violation, including claims of third parties. Beyond this, we reserve the right to take the appropriate (judicial) steps ourselves.
The Pukkelpop organisation is only liable for any shortcoming imputable to it, regardless of whether this is contractual or extra-contractual in nature, in so far as this liability was not expressly excluded or limited in these General Conditions. Our total liability is in any case limited to compensation of the direct damage and can never be higher than the value of the delivered service, i.e. the Pukkelpop ticket. Liability for any form of indirect damage is expressly excluded.
Liability in the event of force majeure is entirely excluded. By ´force majeure´ is understood any circumstance beyond the control of the Pukkelpop organisation which impedes it, even temporarily, from wholly or partially fulfilling its obligations. The Pukkelpop organisation is not liable for the obligations of its partners, including De LIJN and the NMBS.
Every third party (including visitors) who, through a fault imputable to him, endangers the liability of the Pukkelpop organisation, including The Factory cvba-vso and its employees, must fully and at the first request indemnify the Pukkelpop organisation against any claim of third parties. This duty of indemnification means that you must always voluntarily intervene in any dispute and/or judicial proceeding which is initiated against the Pukkelpop organisation by a third party and must yourself bear the possible financial consequences thereof.
In case of cancellation of the event, the ticket price, excluding the service and administration fee, will be reimbursed to the person or company that made the order.
It is of course possible that the cancellation is the result of force majeure; this would be any situation beyond our control which prevents us, even temporarily, from wholly or partially fulfilling our obligations. In such a case we are not obliged to allow the festival to go on, naturally depending on the situation. There will be no reimbursement or compensation in the event of force majeure unless with the express agreement of both parties.
Changes to the programme give no right to partial or full reimbursement of the festival ticket and camping ticket. We regret it if a change occurs, but are confident that there is always a Plan B ready to make up for it.