Privacy protection

The festival considers the responsible handling of their websites' users personal data to be a special obligation. Accordingly, we would like to inform you of the measures we take to protect your privacy.
For security reasons, when you visit our website, the name of your internet service provider, your website of origin, the pages you visit and your IP address are saved on our servers. This data can be evaluated statistically, but the individual user remains anonymous. Technical and organisational measures ensure that personal evaluation of the data does not occur.
The festival uses cookies to aid navigation and to ensure a high degree of user-friendliness. Since the cookies do not contain personal data, your privacy remains protected. In any event, you are able to prevent the saving of cookies on your computer by the corresponding setting of your browser ("deactivate cookies"). However, if you do not accept cookies, this may result in functional limitations of our service.

Personal data is only collected by us as far as is necessary for accepting and processing your orders. In all other cases, the collection of personal data occurs only with your explicit consent. The festival will not sell your personal data to other companies or other organisations or otherwise forward them for any purpose of third parties. External service providers that are charged with the maintenance and support of our online-marketing system have contracted to comply with all legal privacy protection provisions, including those concerning the personal data of users of our websites.

The festival will make all state-of-the-art provisions to protect data managed by us against falsification, loss, destruction and access by unauthorised persons. Sensitive data, such as credit card numbers or bank connections, are collected and transmitted in an encoded form. We are always glad to provide additional information regarding type and extent of the protection of data collected when using our websites.