Eviction Policy

Any person who disrupts the festival under any of the below sections will leave themselves liable for eviction from the site. The decision as to the eviction will be at the discretion of the Eviction Team following advice from festival security staff and line managed by the Security Co-ordinator.

Persons will be liable for eviction under the following circumstances:

a) Entering or being onsite without a ticket or relevant pass/wristband

b) Unacceptable, disruptive or anti-social behaviour**

c) Having been arrested or cautioned in connection with a criminal offence, pending or post-hand-over to the An Garda Síochána

**Unacceptable behaviour that can lead to eviction includes:

illegal activity;

breaching the terms and conditions of entry;

failing to submit to a search upon entry to the site;

offensive behaviour;

throwing hard objects in the direction of people;

encouraging others to behave badly by incitement;

preventing our security or emergency services reacting to a situation;

committing a criminal offence but not arrested by the An Garda Síochána;

in possession of unlawful drugs

unofficially selling alcohol, tobacco, counterfeit or any unauthorised goods

ticket touting;

any other behaviour that leaves the Event Controller open to prosecution or is not conducive to maintaining a safe event.

• All evictees will be processed via an onsite Eviction Team, and their wristbands (if applicable) will be removed to prevent them from re-entering the festival.

• All persons presented for eviction by security will be interviewed by the Eviction Team who are independent of security, and their details will be recorded in a database with their full personal details, a photograph (with consent), date and time and the reasons for eviction.

• Evictees are liable to receive a life time ban from purchasing tickets or working/volunteering for any Festival Republic, MCD Productions and Live Nation events.