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ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Opening hours of the festival gates and cash desks: 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Closing time of the festival: 2 hours (end of service 20 minutes before)

Except with a ticket or wristband, there is no admission to the festival after 11pm.

With the exception of Thursday, a valid ticket or season ticket is required at all times to access the festival’s concerts. Tickets and Pass give access to the specified dates and are neither refunded nor exchanged, even in the event of an artist cancellation. Pass holders must exchange their ticket for a permanent wristband at the entrance to the Festival on the first day of validity of the pass.

People with reduced mobility are welcome at the festival. They have to buy a ticket or a Pass. Vehicles with “disabled” badges have access to the car park located near the main entrance of the Festival. Eager to receive you as well as possible, thank you to announce you via email to av@sierreblues.ch

Children under the age of 8 have free access to the festival. Those under the age of 16 pay half price. However, these two categories of people enter the site only if they are accompanied by an adult over the age of 25 and upon presentation of an identity card.

Subsistance : Many bars and food stalls are present on the field. It is forbidden to enter the Festival grounds with food and drink.

Animals: The presence of dogs or any other animals is prohibited on the entire festival site during opening hours. This is for reasons of hygiene, safety and animal welfare.

LEGAL INFORMATION:
The Sierre Blues Festival strives to provide accurate and up-to-date information on its site. However, the Sierre Blues Festival makes no warranties, express or implied, as to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained or referred to therein. The use of the information contained on this site or referenced does not in any way engage the responsibility of the Festival. Each visitor to the site and user of the multimedia player irrevocably undertakes to comply with international, federal and cantonal laws, in particular criminal, data protection, telecommunications and copyright laws. Ticket purchasers acknowledge, by the mere purchase of tickets, the organiser’s rules on security, access (age) and other terms and conditions and take note of the fact that in the event of non-compliance with these rules, they may be excluded from the event without compensation. Tickets are neither refunded nor exchanged. Concerts take place in all weathers. If for some reason, one or more festival evenings have to be postponed, the tickets remain valid for the new dates. The postponement or cancellation of a particular artist does not lead to a refund.