WORLD POWER SHOW 2016 – Conditions of sale
These terms cover the sale of tickets to The World Power Show 2016.
You must read and accept these terms before you purchase a ticket and are deemed to have accepted these terms if you continue with the purchase.
If you are also buying tickets for somebody else then you must ensure that you have their authority to accept these terms on their behalf.
“The Customer” is the person purchasing the ticket(s) who agrees that he/she is aged over 18 years and that the credit card being used to purchase the ticket(s) is held in his/her own name.
Where the Customer is also purchasing ticket(s) on behalf of any other persons then the Customer confirms that he/she has made all other persons aware of these terms and has authority to accept these terms on their behalf.
Where the Customer is purchasing on behalf of a minor aged under 18 then the Customer must also buy a ticket for themselves and agrees that they will be responsible for the safety and actions of the minor; will stay with the minor at all times and ensure that the minor obeys the following terms.
“The Organiser” is Oliver Kinross Ltd whose offices are at 1-3 Worship Street, London EC2A 2AB. And IRN Exhibitions Ltd. whose offices are located at 10-18 Vestry Street, London, N1 7RE.
“The Event” is The World Power Show 2016.
2. Sale of tickets
The Organiser may withdraw or limit the sale of tickets or vary the ticket price at any time without advance warning.
The Customer is purchasing a ticket which is for his/her personal use or for the use of a person on whose behalf they make the purchase and for whom they have authority to accept these terms and conditions. Tickets may not be resold or transferred to any other party in any way.
Tickets only permit the holder to enter the Event as a visitor in a personal capacity and to view and enjoy the demonstrations and exhibits at the Event. Tickets have no other value and are not redeemable in any way. Refunds cannot be given for lost or unwanted tickets except as explained below under Refunds.
3. Tickets and Admission
Tickets are distributed electronically via email. Each attendee receives a code upon purchasing a ticket which is keyed in at the entrance to the show to print a badge.
If multiple tickets are purchased to the same email address, each ticket will be redeemable via the same code.
The Customer must personally present their ticket to obtain admission and must retain the ticket if they wish to leave and re-enter the Event. There is no ability to obtain entry at the door if a ticket has been lost or is not valid for any reason.
All minors under the age of 18 years must have a valid ticket and must be accompanied at all times by an adult with a valid ticket. Unaccompanied minors will be refused entry.
The Organiser reserves the right to refuse entry to any person who appears to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
No food or drink may be taken into the Event.
4. Restricted activities
Any person breaching the following terms may be asked to leave immediately and the ticket fee will not be refunded –
The Customer is not permitted to solicit, sell, exhibit, advertise, market or display any form of services or goods at the event nor to carry out any form of business research, analysis or data collection.
The Customer is not permitted to make general photographs or video of the event.
It is not permitted to behave in a threatening, abusive or insulting way or be under the influence of drugs or alcohol
The Organiser or its representatives may make photographs and videos of the event and may use these for future marketing, broadcasting and other purposes. As a visitor to the Event the Customer may be visible in such photographs and videos and agrees that he / she consents to such photography, display and broadcast activities.
6. Event content and timing
The event and all issues associated with the event are as displayed on the latest update of the Organiser’s website which is being constantly updated. This includes the associated agenda, timetable, presenters, performers, exhibitors, entertainments, lectures, displays, competitions, etc. All such items are liable to change and the Customer must check the website to ensure he / she is aware of the latest status.
All times and content stated on the website are approximate and may vary or be re-arranged before or during the day.
Changes, re-scheduling or cancellation of any activity, performer or any other aspect of the Event shall not constitute a breach of contract by the Organiser and shall not entitle the Customer to a refund..
The Customer must check the Organiser’s website prior to travelling to the event
7. Health & Safety
All Customers agree and must comply with the following and must ensure that any person for whom they have purchased a ticket is also aware of and complies with the following –
• You willingly attend the event at your own risk.
• You take full responsibility for any injury, loss or damage to your person/property that may arise directly or
indirectly from your participation.
• You will not seek to penalise, prosecute or claim compensation from the organisers, sponsors, presenters or
participants at the event for any injury, loss or damage.
• Certain elements of the event consist of optional physical exercises and visitor participation which are designed for individuals who are experienced and adept at all aspects of fitness training. Individuals with any physical restriction, disability or predisposition to injury or sickness should not participate if their health or ability to exercise is at risk. If unsure, please seek the advice of your doctor before attending and participating.
8. Limitations of liability
The Organiser ‘s responsibility is to sell you a ticket for a venue where the Organiser has arranged for various performers and exhibitors etc to make presentations. The Organiser’s liability is limited to refunding the cost of the tickets should the whole event be cancelled.
The Organiser shall have no liability for the acts or omissions of the venue or its staff, agents or sub-contractors.
There will be various performers, entertainers, demonstrators and exhibitors etc. at the event. The Organiser shall have no liability for the acts or omissions of any such person or any person acting on their authority or in their employment or any agent or sub-contractor.
There will be various vendors and exhibitors at the Event. Where the Customer makes a purchase or enters into a contract with such a person then the Organiser is not a party to such contract and shall have no liability whatsoever.
9. Refunds, Disputes and Jurisdiction
For a period of 7 days after you receive your tickets you are entitled to request a full refund of the purchase price. In this case please email us at – email@example.com. Please supply your full name and a contact phone number and the date of purchase. Do not give any credit card details in the email. We will contact you by phone within 5 working days.
After the above period there is no right to a refund for any reason unless the whole event is cancelled.
If you have any dispute or query then please contact the Organiser at firstname.lastname@example.org giving your name and a phone number and full details of the issue.
The Organiser shall not be liable should the Event or any part of it not proceed due to events which are beyond its control. For example this could include any terrorism alert or transport disruption.
Cancellation of the whole event by the Organiser (except for reasons beyond the Organiser’s control) shall entitle the Customer to a refund which shall under no circumstances exceed the price paid for the ticket. The Customer must ensure that any travel and hotel bookings related to the event are cancellable as the Organiser shall under no circumstances be liable for such expenses.
If you believe that there has been a substantial material change to the Event after the date when you booked and you believe that you are entitled to a refund due to that material change then you must email the Organiser as soon as you are aware of the change stating your exact reasons. Refunds will not be given for minor changes to the Event.
The Organiser may transfer, assign or sub-contract its rights and responsibilities under these terms to any third party. The Customer may not assign or transfer any of the Customer’s obligations under these terms.
Nothing in these terms affects any of the Customer’s statutory rights.
No third party shall have any right to enforce any of these terms under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999.
If any of these terms of sale should be determined to be illegal or unenforceable then that term shall be removed but that shall not affect the validity of the remainder of this agreement.
This agreement and these terms are subject to English law and the parties agree that any dispute shall be subject to the jurisdiction of an English court.