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Covid regulations

Here you’ll find everything about the current Covid regulations. The Sinner’s Day organization respects all obligations, guidelines and recommendations of the authorities. They can change at any time in the run-up to or during the festival. Such changes and the possible consequences of changed obligations, guidelines and recommendations of the authorities over which we have no control, do not entitle the holder to cancellation, compensation or reimbursement.

Obligations, guidelines and recommendations of the authorities (does not apply for children under the age of 12):

The persons with a multi-day ticket who have NOT been vaccinated are expected on day 1 of their festival visit with a negative PCR or RAT/Antigen test. From day 2 (in case of a negative RAT test) or day 3 (in case you come with a negative PCR test) you can use the Sinner’s Day Antigen-test village to enjoy Sinner’s Day the following days in all safety and comfort – no masks & no social distancing.

The costs of obtaining certificates and/or tests shall be borne entirely by the festival-goer and may never be recovered in part or in full from the Sinner’s day organization.

Inability or unwillingness to present a valid, officially recognized (digital) certificate, as specified above, does not entitle the holder to cancellation, compensation or reimbursement, regardless of whether they are in possession of a valid entry ticket.

It is each individual visitor’s responsibility to know and comply with the most recent and applicable rules, regulations and guidelines concerning the festival and camping visit at all times, as well as to check them on the festival’s official website before each entry to the festival: www.sinnersday.com