Split Terms & Conditions
Anyone attending Split Festival is required to possess a valid wristband; possession of a wristband means that you agree to comply fully with these terms and conditions of entry. Any breach of these terms and conditions may mean that you may be refused entry or asked to leave the site without refund.
Anyone found on site and not wearing a valid wristband will be asked to leave.
Split Festival is a Zero Tolerance event – random searches will be in operation and stewards will be empowered to carry out searches at entry points for alcohol (which cannot be taken into the festival at any point) – also anyone found in possession of illegal or controlled substances will be handed to the Police. Refusal to be searched will lead to non admission without refund.
No alcohol or bottled drinks of any description can be brought onto site – other than bottles of water which must have the original seal intact. The festival arena is licensed under the Licensing Act 2003 and it is illegal to bring any alcohol into or take any alcohol out of the site. An onsite bar is provided throughout the event.
Anyone found to be uncontrollably intoxicated on or near to the site will be removed and refused entry to the event - no refund will be given.
Split Festival also operates the ‘Challenge 25’ policy. As a result anyone who looks under 25 will be asked for a suitable ID. If you cannot produce a valid ID, you will be refused service to alcohol.
The Split Festival line up is correct at the time of tickets going on sale; however it may be subject to change without notice.
Once purchased, tickets are non refundable and non transferrable.