If the Festival has to be cancelled or postponed due to force majeure (e.g. war, death or illness of an artist, severe weather, catastrophes, riots, terrorist threat, warning or act, epidemics, pandemics, official ban or non-approval of the Festival through no fault of the Festival, etc.), there is no entitlement to the return of the ticket or to a refund of the purchase price of the ticket, but the ticket can only be exchanged for a ticket for the next edition of the Festival. In exceptional cases, the organizer may decide, at its own discretion and on a case-by-case basis, to refund the purchase price of the ticket instead, less a handling fee of 10% of the purchase price (maximum handling fee CHF 50.00). There is no entitlement to this.
If the Festival has to be interrupted or cancelled due to force majeure, there is no claim to the return of the ticket, to the refund of the purchase price of the ticket or to the exchange for the next edition of the Festival. Interruption of the Festival is considered to be any temporary interruption of the Festival from the opening of the Festival (e.g. due to bad weather). Interruption of the Festival is considered to be any interruption of the Festival occurring after the opening of the Festival (e.g. due to an official ban).
Changes to these General Terms and Conditions must be made in writing.
There are no subsidiary agreements.
The organizer reserves the right to change these General Terms and Conditions at any time. Amendments shall be deemed to have been accepted unless objected to within 30 days of publication.
These General Terms and Conditions shall be governed exclusively by Swiss law, to the exclusion of its conflict-of-law rules and the Vienna Sales Convention. The place of jurisdiction for all disputes is exclusively Zurich, Switzerland.