The Historical Harp Society of Ireland

Sat 23rd - Fri 29th July 2022

Terms & Conditions

All ticket purchasers agree that access to, and use of, this festival website, and / or in-person festival attendance, is subject to acceptance of the following terms and conditions:

– In purchasing an All-Access ticket, you agree that you are aged 18+ years or that a parent or guardian is purchasing a ticket for you having previously informed us of your under-age status, and having completed any relevant, additional registration documents we may require.

– The festival reserves the right to alter or change the event programme, content or artists as may be necessary.

– The festival will plan to mitigate against technical failures during the festival, of kinds that may reduce access to festival participants to online, or other, events. However, we will not be liable if, for any reason, all or any part of any festival event, or recording, is unavailable at any time. 

Code of Conduct

We reserve the right to refuse admission to our in-person or online events (currently running or in the future) to persons who do not abide by the following HHSI Code of Conduct:

– Any instances of harassment or discrimination (including but not limited to race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status or family status), and / or any behaviour that may be considered threatening, derogatory, disruptive, abusive or otherwise unethical, may result in the person responsible being denied attendance or removed from in-person or online event participation.

– If the HHSI determines that any participant’s behaviour towards our staff, volunteers, tutors, artists, other Society members or any other participants at HHSI events is / or has been demonstrated to be threatening, derogatory, disruptive, abusive or otherwise unethical, the Society reserves the right to exclude that participant from any / all ticketed or free HHSI events, current or future, whether in person or online, and / or to refuse to allow them to become members of the Society, or to continue their existing membership. 

– If you are attending an event virtually, make sure you are in a space that is appropriate for others to see, and dress as if you are in an in-person setting. Participants may hear and see anything within your audio range and camera-viewing area; please make all household members aware of this, and consider how you will control any pets.

– The still, audio or video recording of any live or pre-recorded festival material is forbidden.

– Please mute your microphone unless asked to unmute by the presenter or event moderator.

 

COVID-19 festival protocols

The safety of our in-person participants, staff, guest artists and tutors is of the utmost importance to us. We will therefore be running the 2022 Scoil na gCláirseach using at least the national guidelines in place in Ireland in July but we may put more stringent rules in place if we feel it necessary at that point. 


N.B. In-person participants must email us scanned proof of their COVID-19 vaccination / recovery from COVID-19 in the previous six months by 16th July 2022

In addition, we MAY require participants, tutors and guest artists 

– to wear masks at festival venues

– to undertake lateral-flow tests before first entering the Scoil venue each day

– to take any other reasonable precautions (hand sanitization etc.) that we consider necessary at that time. 

The HHSI reserves the right to change our COVID-19 protocols before or during the festival, without prior notice, if circumstances necessitate this.

 

Media Release

Live events will be recorded and made available to All-Access ticket holders, on this website, until 29th Dec. 2022. By buying an All-Access ticket, you consent to permit the HHSI to photograph or record your likeness, voice and / or activities for this purpose, as well as for archiving, and for future Scoil marketing. You will not receive any monetary compensation now or in the future for allowing such use, and you release and hold harmless Scoil na gCláirseach–Festival of Early Irish Harp, The Historical Harp Society of Ireland, their officers, directors, staff, volunteers, and artists from any and all claims arising from such use. If you do not agree to the media release, you agree to keep your microphone muted and your video off when recording is in progress.


By purchasing an All-Access ticket, you verify that you have read, understood, and agree to all of the above terms and conditions.

 

Terms of Service

All ticket purchasers agree that access to, and use of, this festival website, and / or in-person festival attendance, is subject to acceptance of the following terms and conditions:

– In purchasing an All-Access ticket, you agree that you are aged 18+ years or that a parent or guardian is purchasing a ticket for you having previously informed us of your under-age status, and having completed any relevant, additional registration documents we may require.

– The festival reserves the right to alter or change the event programme, content or artists as may be necessary.

– The festival will plan to mitigate against technical failures during the festival, of kinds that may reduce access to festival participants to online, or other, events. However, we will not be liable if, for any reason, all or any part of any festival event, or recording, is unavailable at any time. 

Code of Conduct

We reserve the right to refuse admission to our in-person or online events (currently running or in the future) to persons who do not abide by the following HHSI Code of Conduct:

– Any instances of harassment or discrimination (including but not limited to race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status or family status), and / or any behaviour that may be considered threatening, derogatory, disruptive, abusive or otherwise unethical, may result in the person responsible being denied attendance or removed from in-person or online event participation.

– If the HHSI determines that any participant’s behaviour towards our staff, volunteers, tutors, artists, other Society members or any other participants at HHSI events is / or has been demonstrated to be threatening, derogatory, disruptive, abusive or otherwise unethical, the Society reserves the right to exclude that participant from any / all ticketed or free HHSI events, current or future, whether in person or online, and / or to refuse to allow them to become members of the Society, or to continue their existing membership. 

– If you are attending an event virtually, make sure you are in a space that is appropriate for others to see, and dress as if you are in an in-person setting. Participants may hear and see anything within your audio range and camera-viewing area; please make all household members aware of this, and consider how you will control any pets.

– The still, audio or video recording of any live or pre-recorded festival material is forbidden.

– Please mute your microphone unless asked to unmute by the presenter or event moderator.

 

COVID-19 festival protocols

The safety of our in-person participants, staff, guest artists and tutors is of the utmost importance to us. We will therefore be running the 2022 Scoil na gCláirseach using at least the national guidelines in place in Ireland in July but we may put more stringent rules in place if we feel it necessary at that point. 


N.B. In-person participants must email us scanned proof of their COVID-19 vaccination / recovery from COVID-19 in the previous six months by 16th July 2022

In addition, we MAY require participants, tutors and guest artists 

– to wear masks at festival venues

– to undertake lateral-flow tests before first entering the Scoil venue each day

– to take any other reasonable precautions (hand sanitization etc.) that we consider necessary at that time. 

The HHSI reserves the right to change our COVID-19 protocols before or during the festival, without prior notice, if circumstances necessitate this.

 

Media Release

Live events will be recorded and made available to All-Access ticket holders, on this website, until 29th Dec. 2022. By buying an All-Access ticket, you consent to permit the HHSI to photograph or record your likeness, voice and / or activities for this purpose, as well as for archiving, and for future Scoil marketing. You will not receive any monetary compensation now or in the future for allowing such use, and you release and hold harmless Scoil na gCláirseach–Festival of Early Irish Harp, The Historical Harp Society of Ireland, their officers, directors, staff, volunteers, and artists from any and all claims arising from such use. If you do not agree to the media release, you agree to keep your microphone muted and your video off when recording is in progress.


By purchasing an All-Access ticket, you verify that you have read, understood, and agree to all of the above terms and conditions.