General info

Your attention please..

NO DRUGS

No drugs allowed in and around the Zuiderpark

NO ALCOHOL UNDER 18

No alcohol under the age of 18.
Identification is required.

DO NOT BRING YOUR OWN FOOD AND DRINKS

Private consumptions can be seized upon inspection. Glass and cans are prohibited in the Zuiderpark. There are several catering points for drink and food in the festival area.

NO WEAPONS ALLOWED

People in possession of these items will immediately be handed over to the authorities.

NO PUBLIC URINATING

The police will maintain a zero tolerance policy regarding public urinating. Do not risk a fine. There are many toilets available..

NO CROWDSURFING

  1. Crowdsurfers will be removed from the festival area

NO FILMING AND PHOTOGRAPHY

Photography and filming with cameras with removable lenses are not allowed. Selfie-sticks and drones are also not allowed..

NO FLYERING AND SAMPLING

Distributing flyers or product sampling without permission of the organization is not allowed

NO DOGS ALLOWED

Dogs are not allowed in the Zuiderpark during Divercity. Other visitors may not appreciate it and quite frankly the loud music is not nice for the four-legged friends..

CLEAN PARK

Divercity is committed to keep the festival site as clean as possible. There are plenty of bins that can be found throughout the grounds, please use them.

FIRST AID

There are several first aid stations on site. Public Health and Red Cross offer professional help here. You see others who need help? Alert security or police as soon as possible, they are in direct contact with the emergency.

PUBLIC ORDER

In close cooperation with government and the police, Divercity is doing everything to ensure your safety. Many additional measures will not be immediately visible, but you can be sure that everything is done to make Divercity as orderly and safe as possible.

LOST CHILDREN

Write your name and number on the forearm of your kids before you leave your home. Lost children are always taken care of by the organization. In case of loss of a child, contact a security officer or police. They can help you.

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