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Khalid

Khalid

Multi-platinum selling global superstar Khalid has catapulted into massive worldwide success since he released his first single “Location” right before his high school graduation. The song’s domination (4x platinum) led to Khalid’s major label deal with Right Hand Music Group/RCA Records followed by the release of his debut album, the double platinum certified, American Teen . The album, which garnered Khalid 5 Grammy nominations (along with numerous American Music Award, Billboard Music Award, BET Award, VMA Award,Teen Choice Award, Billboard nominations) received mass critical acclaim with Rolling Stone calling Khalid a “pop prodigy” and TIME Magazine stating, “ His thoughtful, relatable reflections on modern youth culture and the limitations of love are just as pitch-perfect as his soulful, measured delivery.” American Teen shattered expectations, as it stayed in the Top 200 for 51 weeks, peaked at #4, and stayed in the Top 20 for 48 out of the 51 weeks it was in the Top 200. The singer-songwriter has won a Billboard Music Award, a Teen Choice Award, a MTV Video Music Awards, an MTV’s Woodie To Watch Award, most recently an American Music Award, and has over one billion streams worldwide across all partners. In addition to American Teen , Khalid has collaborated with some of music’s biggest stars. He has been featured on a number of songs including mega hits like Calvin Harris’s “Rollin” with Future, “1-800-273-8255” with Logic and Alessia Cara, “Silence” with Marshmello, “Lovely” with Billie Eilish, “Youth” with Shawn Mendes, and many more. Khalid’s current single the 2x platinum, “Love Lies”, a duet with Normani recently hit #1 at Top 40 radio and his track “OTW” featuring Ty Dolla $ign and 6lack is burning up the airwaves. Khalid just wrapped up his third sold-out North American headlining tour and recently, the Mayor and Council of the city of El Paso honored him with a "Key To The City” marking September 13th, 2018 “KhalidDay.” While in his hometown, Khalid performed two sold-out arena shows and dropped his newest track “Better” dedicated to his fans and the city of El Paso.

Zedd

Zedd

Multi-platinum, GRAMMY award-winning artist/DJ/producer Zedd made his debut with Clarity after signing with Interscope in 2012 and has been breaking down barriers surrounding music genres ever since. With his latest single, "Get Low" with Liam Payne, Zedd ventures into a more urban musical domain that Entertainment Weekly called a "sizzling summer jam" and is quickly climbing the charts at Top 40 Radio. Earlier this year, Zedd teamed up with Alessia Cara to record "Stay," a track that veers into a new direction for both artists, and landed Zedd his first #1 at Top 40.

Tory Lanez

Tory Lanez

Tory Lanez was one of the more versatile commercial artists to surface during the early 2010s. A songwriter and producer who flits between and fuses R&B and rap -- his vocals alternate between swift and rugged boasts and smooth and sensitive come-ons -- he made steady strides toward the mainstream with numerous mixtapes, guest appearances, and self-directed videos. He spent parts of his early life in Toronto, his birthplace, as well as in Montreal, Miami, Atlanta, and New York. Although he was known underground well before his 20th birthday, and was supported early on by Sean Kingston, he made some of his biggest moves in 2014. During that year, he was featured on "Me & My Bitch" -- a track off YG's Top Five album My Krazy Life -- and among his own tracks that circulated in 2014 was "The Mission," his first cut to hit Billboard's Twitter Emerging Artists chart.

French Montana

French Montana

Louis The Child

Louis The Child

Three years after meeting at a Madeon concert, the electronic pop production duo Louis the Child would open one of his shows. The Chicago-area pair -- born Robert "Robby" David Hauldren and Frederic "Freddy" Judson Kennett -- went to the same high school and had their own respective projects, but their paths never crossed. Hauldren manned the turntables as Haul Pass, while Kennett produced under the moniker Fatboy. After meeting on March 18, 2012 at that fateful Madeon show, the pair decided to join forces and start making music together, even though Kennett was wrapping up high school and Hauldren had just enrolled at the University of Southern California. They titled their debut EP Dimensions and would release a series of singles -- "It's Strange" with K.Flay, "Weekend" with Icona Pop, and "Fire" with Evalyn -- in the years that followed. In addition to opening for Madeon in 2015, they also toured with the Chainsmokers, whose own brand of pop-minded electronic music mirrored Louis the Child's radio-friendly anthems. In 2016, the duo collaborated with New Orleans rapper Pell as Pellican Child, releasing the single "Turn Me Down" from a joint EP that would arrive in 2017. That year, Louis the Child also released their Love Is Alive EP, a versatile set that featured the title track with guest vocalist Elohim, and "Phone Died" with rapper Blaise Railey. Months later, they collaborated with Love Is Alive guest vocalist Ashe for another track, "Right to It." 2018 saw the duo team up with Aussie singer/songwriter Wafia for "Better Not," and Motor City singer Quinn XCII for "The City."

RL Grime

RL Grime

An artist's second album is career-defining. The first full-length project serves as an introduction—and, if an artist can deliver on their vision, as Los Angeles-based RL Grime did with hisfirst album, VOID, in 2014—it is well-received and critically acclaimed. The sophomore album, however, answers the biggest question that any artist faces—not just if they canconsistently deliver, but consistently innovate. Such is the stage set for RL Grime’s second album. RL Grime first came to prominence as a New York-based teenager delivering monster, viral remixes of Chief Keef’s “Love Sosa” and Kanye West’s “Mercy.” He established himself as a unique artist in his space with a striking monochromatic aesthetic, a series of animated music videos, and an annual Halloween mix that has included drops from Goosebumps author RL Stine, comedian Hannibal Buress, and Tony Hawk. After solidifying his fanbase with a few highly-regarded EPs, RL Grimeindependently released his first studio album, “VOID,” in 2014. It premiered as the #1 Electronic album in the United States and remained in that position for a month. At that point—with over 150 million plays, rave reviews and magazine covers, and sets at the biggest festivals in the world including Coachella & Lollapalooza—most artists would settle for their success. RL Grime stuck to his underground roots and further limited his releases. He made rare appearances in collaborations with artists including Big Sean, Miguel, and Skrillex, and starred in Alexander Wang’s #WANGSQUAD alongside Travis Scott & Zoe Kravitz. In late 2017, he emerged with “Era,” a tour-de-force single that Billboard described as “exotic, massive, and full-of-left-turns.” Its epic, cinematic sound announced a new era and an accompanying album: NOVA. RL Grime’s uncompromising artistry has paid off. NOVA was preceded by a sold-tour that included stops in Australia, Los Angeles, and New York. Its hype has only swelled in the absence of information surrounding the album, leaving fans and blogs to their own speculation. With NOVA, RL Grime looks to further distinguish himself as an innovator in music, treading the line between millions of fans and an independent sound, the underground and the accessible, popular music and real art.

6lack

6lack

Dazed slow jams are the primary mode of Atlanta-based contemporary R&B/rap artist Ricardo Valentine, a singer-slash-MC who goes by the name 6LACK ("black"). Prior to connecting with LVRN (Love Renaissance), the creative agency that has supported fellow Georgia native Raury, Valentine was signed to a label that he felt restricted his creativity. After a few years of being held back, he made significant gains -- across 2015 and 2016 -- with contributions to the Spillage Village compilation Bears Like This Too, as well as singles such as "Bless Me" and "Loyal."

Lil Yachty

Lil Yachty

Combining feel-good positivity, druggy weirdness, and wild ATLien flair into a style he termed "bubblegum trap," rapper Lil Yachty scored his first platinum single with "One Night" (2016). Within two years, he had a pair of Top Five albums with Teenage Emotions (2017) and Lil Boat 2 (2018), and a Grammy nomination via DRAM's "Broccoli," on which he was featured. Between the release dates of his proper studio full-lengths for the Quality Control label, Yachty's approach shifted from a reliance upon willfully off-key singing and lackadaisical rhyming to that of a comparatively traditional MC, albeit with his irreverent sense of humor still gamely displayed.

A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie

A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie

An MC perfectly styled for the age of Future and Desiigner, Bronx rapper A Boogie wit da Hoodie hit the scene in 2016 with a funkier version of trap rap. Releasing music on his own Highbridge the Label imprint, he quickly found success with his debut mixtape, Artist, which reached the Billboard Top 100. Later signing with Atlantic, he scored big with the triple-platinum single "Drowning" in 2017 and topped the rap chart with his debut full-length, The Bigger Artist.

Kayzo

Kayzo

Houston-born, Los Angeles-based producer/DJ KAYZO, née Hayden Capuozzo, is one of the fastest-rising electronic artists of this decade. From his humble beginnings as an eager student at the Icon Collective music production school in L.A. to his official debut as the winner of Insomniac Events’ Discovery Project competition in 2012, KAYZO has since graduated from budding producer to breakthrough artist in just over five years. Recognized as one of Billboard Dance’s 100 Artists of 2018, KAYZO is today a bona fide global act.

Chris Lake

Day 1 - Friday

Chris Lake

Day 1 - Friday

In a moment of clarity while on tour, Chris Lake felt an undeniable urge to refocus his sound and career. “I ended up back in England where I lived for many years with my family, in my mother’s spare room,” he says. “It was like going back to the old me to find the new me.” He then unleashed a stream of funky, ebullient, and majestic club smashes, including: “Chest”, “Stranger”, “Piano Hand” with Chris Lorenzo, “Stomper” with Anna Lunoe, plus celebrated remixes of SNBRN’s “California”, Jess Gynne’s UK chart-topper ”Hold My Hand”, and of course Calvin Harris & Disciples’ “How Deep Is Your Love”. Among Lake’s credits are several Billboard chart-toppers, a platinum record, a Grammy nomination, a successful record label, and a Midas touch for supporting emerging talent. Enter 2017 and he’s showing no signs of slowing. He kicked off the year with a new record label called “Black Book Records”. The debut release “Operator ft. Dances With White Girls”, was the Holy Ship! anthem by the end of January and gained support from almost every house DJ - from Claude Vonstroke and Green Velvet to Disclosure and Duke Dumont. The viral lyrics became unavoidable at spring festivals. March saw OWSLA release “I Want You” with a gory mind-bending video that’s gained over 3M views. By April a compilation Chris co-curated with Skrillex was released called HOWSLA. It put an emphasis on forward thinking four to the floor records by young producers. The compilation went to #1 in the iTunes Dance Chart and was celebrated at a live-streamed release party. Not only is Chris Lake feeling inspired, he’s overflowing with work. “I’ve got enough material to release a record every 4 weeks for the next 18 months”. He pauses and adds “What drives me forward is innovation and I want to keep pushing my own boundaries. I am as excited as anyone to imagine what I’ll create next.”

Lil Mosey

Lil Mosey

There is no denying that when rappers from the Seattle rap scene break through, they dominate. Sir Mix-A-Lot became one of hip-hop’s best-selling acts of the 1980s and ’90s. The Emerald City got its next major triumph more than twenty years later, with the multi-platinum, hit-making duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. Now it’s 16-year-old Lil Mosey’s turn. Born and raised in the Seattle suburb of Mount Lake Terrace, Lil Mosey was a mere 9-years-old when he was introduced to hip-hop. His oldest brother, Quinnell, played him music from Joey Bada$$, Iamsu!, Souljah Boy, and Mosey became an avid, rap fan, gravitating to the likes of 50 Cent, Nas and Meek Mill.

Loud Luxury

Loud Luxury

University friends Andrew Fedyk & Joe Depace better known as Loud Luxury have been creating quite a stir in the dance music scene as of late. With just a handful of releases under their belt, the London, Ontario duo has attracted the attention of taste makers such as Oliver Heldens, SNBRN, and Gorgon City to name a few.

Ekali

Ekali

Joyryde

Joyryde

JOYRYDE rose from completely unknown to one of the most buzzing electronic acts on the planet in 2016. With support from the likes of DJ Snake, Major Lazer, Big Gigantic, Yellow Claw, Tchami, Knife Party, NGHTMRE, GRiZ, Don Diablo, Ephwurd, Ghastly, Dyro and Jauz - who champions his "Stick It In Reverse" mix of last summers hit "Feel The Volume" and has been opening his sets with it for months - it's clear that the highway to success is paved with bass. YourEDM agrees, and included JOYRYDE in their list of Top 10 producers of 2016.

Shoreline Mafia

Shoreline Mafia

Shoreline Mafia isn't a rap group- it's family. For OhGeesy (real name: Alejandro Coranza), Rob Vicious (Robert Maggee), Fenix (Fenix Rypinski) and Master Kato (Malik Carson), hip-hop follows an organic friendship from their native Los Angeles. The group's inception happened when OhGeesy and Fenix linked through MySpace in 2012 while doing graffiti in high school. "I had this nigga in my Top Friends," OhGeesy laughs. "When we met, we had no idea we were gonna make music. But as we were hanging out, doing crazy shit. I got a laptop and began recording myself. Then, Fenix heard it and he was like, 'I'm trying to make music too!'" After recording one song, they clicked and immediately founded Shoreline Mafia. "The name incorporates the beach and water. The waves start at the shoreline," says OhGeesy. Fenix remembers the early days; recording on a "$100 mic and Garage Band" and putting music on SoundCloud. "That shit started getting views and we just kept it up." Two years later, Rob Vicious and Kato were introduced. "We were just doing regular, teenage shit," says Rob. By 2017, the newcomers officially joined Shoreline Mafia. The quartet garnered widespread attention with 2017's "Musty" (produced by Ron-Ron). With over 12 million plays on YouTube, the track propelled Shoreline Mafia onto hip-hop's larger radar, including an appearance at the Rolling Loud Festival. "It's a hard ass song," explains OhGeesy of the viral track. "All of our songs are that hard. That was so catchy, everyone caught on to it." In November 2017, Shoreline Mafia released its first full-length mixtape ShorelineDoThatShit, which spawned tracks like "Nun Major," "Spaceship," "Serve A Boat" and "Whuss The Deal," amassing millions of fans on SoundCloud. In 2018, the group signed to Atlantic Records. Wrapping up a 12-city, sold-out tour during the first quarter of 2018, they've already enjoyed early press coverage from XXL, Noisey, Forbes, PassionWeiss and other music blogs. As they prep their debut project, each member maintains his own unique vibe. "We're a group of kids, going crazy and having fun," says OhGeesy. "I bring that, 'I don't give a fuck vibe.' I'm really exclusive," says Kato. Rob describes his sound as "real street, dark shit." As for Fenix, "I be coming with straight bars. Bring that energy. Keep that crowd going. You feel me? That's what I be going on." It's not always easy fusing four voices-and personalities--into a group. So how does Shoreline Mafia do it? It's goes back to their genuine love. "Honestly? I don't know how this shit be working," laughs Rob. "I think it's off the fact that we really fuck with each other." Adds Kato, "These are my brothers."

Elohim

Elohim

Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Elohim crafts electronic pop veiled in mystery that puts the focus on her music. Finding artistic freedom in anonymity, the artist keeps her face hidden, masks her voice in interviews, and keeps all but a few personal details to herself, like the fact that she began playing piano at the age of five and started singing at nine. Influenced in equal measure by Rachmaninov and Debussy as Radiohead and Björk, Elohim's resulting output is hook-savvy, hip-hop-influenced synth pop in the vein of Lorde and Grimes.

Yung Gravy

Yung Gravy

Music for your dad, mother, and sister.

Saint JHN

Saint JHN

SAINt JHN is the shadowy, slow jam-oriented recording alias of Brooklyn native Carlos St. John. A rapper, singer, and songwriter, St. John kick-started his career during the mid-2010s by co-composing material for Kiesza ("Bad Thing," "The Love," "Piano"), Nico & Vinz (the single "Praying to a God"), Gorgon City ("Doubts"), and Usher ("Crash"), a sequence of advancements catalyzed by industry veteran Zach Katz, who had heard an early song St. John granted to a fellow fledgling artist.

Cedric Gervais

Cedric Gervais

Grammy Winner for Best Remix in 2013 for his version of Lana Del Rey’s ‘Summertime Sadness’. A monthly Spotify audience of over 5 million listeners. Billboard, UK & ARIA Chart Top Ten Hits. Multi-platinum selling singles. Beatport, Buzz, Hype Machine & Cool Cuts Charts Number 1′s. 2 BBC Radio One Essential Mixes. 3 Essential New Tunes. A weekly Global Radio show. The go to remixer. Acting roles in Michael Bay’s blockbuster film ‘Pain & Gain’ alongside Mark Wahlberg and The Rock, and Pete Berg’s ’The Long Night’ alongside Mark Wahlberg and Kurt Russell. Residencies in Las Vegas, New York, Miami, and Atlantic City. A yearly tour schedule & sell out shows spanning the world over. These are just a few things that have been making French born Miami resident Cedric Gervais one of the most sought after House DJs & electronic music producers in the world today. With the launch of his imprint ‘Delecta Records’ where he releases a steady stream of singles, alongside a major label deal with Universal Worldwide (Island Records) Cedric continues his ascendancy into 2017 and beyond.

Elephante

Elephante

Driven by an unwavering determination and passion for his craft, Tim Wu – best known as Elephante – has amassed a deep catalogue of original music that has earned him rave reviews from the likes of Rolling Stone, SiriusXM, Beats 1 and Billboard as well as respect from the cream of the dance music elite. His musical maturity, melodic sensibilities and innate ability to create genre-defying hits time and time again could have him easily mistaken for an artist way beyond his years and has seen the dance pop prodigy win the hearts of legions of fans across the world.

Gashi

Gashi

A master tunesmith who first broke into the industry as a songwriter, GASHI built a massive following with his impeccable sense of melody and lyrical abilities. Born in Libya but with both parents from Kosovo, GASHI spent much of his young life as a refugee, moving from country to country. His family eventually settled in Brooklyn, where GASHI spent a majority of his teen years. Though his roots are in hip-hop, GASHI has expanded his sonic palette and created a unique sound that sits in between pop, hip-hop, rap, and dance music, breaking out in 2017 with the hit "Disrespectful," which has over 70 million streams on Spotify alone. With "Creep On Me” featuring DJ Snake & French Montana and GASHI's upcoming album, the young multi-hyphenate willcontinue his march to mainstream success.

Felix Cartal

Felix Cartal

Felix Cartal built his career on pushing the boundaries of preordained limits. As the music project of Taelor Deitcher, the Vancouver-based and JUNO-nominated “Producer of the Year” is perched on the intersection of indie and electronica, distilling the emotional details that contemporary producers often overlook. Though endorsed by Billboard as one of "13 Dance Artists Who Dominated 2017”, it’s Cartal’s history of dabbling in DIY punk bands that capitalizes on his talent as a lyricist, and elevates his production into the pop realm. Embracing the unapologetic vulnerability of songwriting, Cartal forges personal narratives and cinematic soundscapes from a genre that shies away from the heartfelt.

SayMyName

SayMyName

SAYMYNAME hails from the greater Los Angeles area, also better known as Dayvid. He grew up in a musical family influenced by many genres of music including hiphop as his father DJ'd for a hobby. Dayvid went on to graduate from Chapman University with a degree in PR and Advertising. After tinkering with trap and hardstyle, his re-birth came about as he discovered #HARDTRAP. SAYMYNAME has been on the forefront as a pioneer of this sound movement.

Anders

Anders

anders is a 23 year-old recording artist who is born and raised in the city of Toronto. With only a limited discography, the young songster has already amassed a global fan base spanning several continents. His genre-bending music, which infuses the infectious elements of pop with ominous R&B, has charted on iTunes, been featured on Ebro Darden's Beats1 program, TIME Magazine, Spotify's New Music Friday; as well as publications HYPEBEAST, Complex, HotNewHipHop, REVOLT and more.

1788-L

1788-L

After releasing just a handful of tracks, the producer 1788-L is gaining momentum and is an artist to watch in 2018. 1788-L's virality began with a remix of Virtual Self that instantly went viral.

Gammer

Gammer

Gammer is some kid who discovered Happy Hardcore by way of a Bonkers CD then ended up making it his life mission Having being discovered by Dougal at a young age, Gammer went on to establish himself as a one of the top Hardcore DJ's, receiving many awards such as the coveted 'Best Hardcore DJ' award for 6 consecutive years These days Gammer continues to write UK Hardcore whilst pulling in many outside influences. He also dabbles into other genres and has recently collaborated with highly respected artists such as Mike Discala (Nero / CamelPhat) and Hudson Mohawke (G.O.O.D Music / TNGHT / Kanye West)

Channel Tres

Channel Tres

The Compton-born artist points to a plethora of distinct formative influences. His great grandmother, who raised him, championed Marvin Gaye, Sam Cooke and Funkadelic; his great grandfather got him into jazz. He discovered punk on his own, while his mom listened to tons of G-Funk.

Dr. Fresch

Dr. Fresch

Dr. Fresch has continued to gain serious momentum over the course of the last year. With releases on OWSLA and Ministry of Sound, and over 30 million plays on SoundCloud, Dr. Fresch has quickly solidified himself as one of the most unique emerging dance music artists. His signature “Future Ghetto” brand weaves together elements of house, hip-hop/rap, and trap to create a unique, forward-thinking sound.

Falcons

Falcons

Athletixx Collective affiliated producer Falcons experiments with future R&B, hip-hop & dance music.

Yultron

Yultron

YULTRON is a Los Angeles based artist/producer who's become quite popular recently, in some eyes of the music community. From having songs with west coast rapper YG, to producing a #1 charting hit in South Korea with Jay Park, YULTRON demonstrates his abilities to be multi-dexterous at being a producer, singer/songwriter and rapper.It all started with his first remix of Fetty Wap's "Trap Queen" remix which has hit over 1 millions plays on Soundcloud within the past 9 months. From then, momentum of originals and remixes have been gaining some notoriety in the dance community. One of YULTRON's originals "Milk was a Bad Choice" was selected and used on FOX's "So You Think You Can Dance," in the finals of the competition. Also official remixes, one such as Jauz and Pegboard Nerds' "Get On Up,' has been released on MonsterCat. From having veterans such as Adventure Club playing Tron's remixes, to selling out his shows this past year, it can be seen that there's a wave coming. Having millions of plays on his Soundcloud and Youtube, YULTRON's new songs and releases in 2016 are definitely going to be ones to look out for.

BBNO$

BBNO$

Alexander Gumuchian, better known as bbno$ is a Vancouver-born and bred gamer-turned-rapper and producer who has accumulated well over 50 million streams globally over the last year. Beloved for quirky flow and charismatic rhymes, bbno$ has dug out his own lane within the mumble rap subgenre and re-fuses to compromise his sound. This storytelling, kinesiology-studying rapper subverts the drug-fuelled and money-flaunting norms of mumble rap through his subject matter, favouring topics such his school life and trips to his beloved thrift stores. Recently thrift stores. Recently, bbno$ has acquired a loyal cult following overseas, com-pleting two tours in Asia and playing 14 shows throughout China and Europe since the summer of 2017. Currently the final year of his Bachelor of Sciences, expect to see much more of bbno$ as soon as he completes his degree.

GG Magree

GG Magree

All round girl-boss/bad bitch GG Magree is in the thick of an impressive twelve months. Setting the bar for 2017 high, GG has progressed from being Australia’s girl next door - grillz and all - to one of the most exciting female talents to emerge out of Australia’s electronic industry in recent times. Undoubtedly one of the coolest cats to prowl the scene, GG Magree is not your standard DJ – the bad ass, multi-talented Trap/Bass DJ, vocalist, producer, entrepreneur and all-round entertainer continues to take the world by storm over and over again through her impressive touring schedule, sell-out shows, international collaborations, celebrity allies, brand partnerships and original releases.

Manila Grey

Manila Grey

Bridging modern eastern aesthetics with atmospheric R&B sonics, MANILA GREY is a Canadian Hip-Hop/R&B duo from Vancouver, Canada. Formed by friends Soliven and Neeko, the duo started releasing music in 2016 in collaboration with music producer Azel North. The duo has been recognized as being the leaders of the new Hip-Hop/R&B wave coming out of Vancouver and the West Coast.

Evan Giia

Evan Giia

Brooklyn based artist, EVAN GIIA has established herself as one of the Ones to Watch, entering into music as a classically trained opera singer her voice adds a unique touch to her alt-pop sound. Amassing millions of streams and BBC Radio 1 single of the week with her first release, “Heat of the Moment” followed by #1 on HypeMachine with, “WESTWORLD” released by ODESZA’S Foreign Family Collective. EVAN GIIA is pushing boundaries, as an independent artist who creatively has self-directed her music videos including her latest single, “I DON’T LIKE UR FRIENDS.” EVAN GIIA is set to tour this fall as support for ODESZA: 2018 A Moment Apart arena tour with new music to come, as she continues to rejuvenate pop with her relatable hooks.

Tails

Tails

TAILS IS THE WORK OF AN ISLAND­-BORN, VANCOUVER­-BASED PRODUCER AFFILIATED WITH LOCAL AND GLOBAL COLLECTIVES, CHAPEL SOUND AND FILM NOIR. THE PROJECT CAME TO LIGHT IN THE SPRING OF 2014 AND HAS GAINED WORLDWIDE RECOGNITION WITH TRACKS LIKE “HOLD UP” AND "VEGA". RECENTLY DROPPING COLLABORATIONS WITH GRAVES, ALEXANDER LEWIS AND MADBLISS, HIS WORK HAS GAINED SUPPORT FROM INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS SUCH AS DJ CRAZE, LOUIS THE CHILD, AND MR. CARMACK. TAILS USES LO­FI GEAR FROM TAPE DECKS TO VINTAGE SAMPLERS TO MAKE EMPYREAL UNQUANTIZED CLUB MUSIC.

SoDown

SoDown

Bass Music With Soul. Live Sax. "To be SoDown is to seize every opportunity, explore new grounds, try new things and ultimately live the most epic life possible. This universe is far too beautiful and life is simply too short to not do what makes you happy. Unconditional love is the most powerful force in the world and Bass Music is my way of expressing it." Ehren River Wright, aka SoDown, is a staple in the Colorado music scene. His first headline show was a huge success, selling out before doors. Thanks to a passionate fanbase, Ehren has quickly taken his music to a national stage, playing many festivals across the US. A SoDown set is not one to miss. Featuring live saxophone, Ehren takes the crowd on an intimate sensory adventure through space and time. His latest tracks include a wide array of musical talents, including his keen ear for sound design and production as well as his never ending dedication to organic instrumentation. Combining infinite influences, Ehren describes his music as an endlessly evolving medley of many different genres, culminating in a uniquely diverse style of bass music. 2016 has much promise, as SoDown continues to prove himself as one of the most dedicated and innovative acts in the game.

Horsepowar

Horsepowar

What started with slam poetry performances in high school quickly became horsepowar, a platform for Vancouver-born rapper Jasleen Powar to represent biting flows and Desi girl pride (a reference to her Sikh-South Asian heritage).

WE ARE FURY

WE ARE FURY

WE ARE FURY is Vancouver’s newest rising bass duo composed of Joachim Speidel and Stuart Brookes. Having cemented themselves firmly in the scene over the last few years, with no signs of slowing down. The success of their self released EP in 2017 has seen them catapult to the top of every bass fans wish list. Their tracks have garnered millions of plays and support from the likes of Illenium, Ekali, Joyryde, Kayzo, Slander, and many more. They have released tracks on labels the such as Ultra Music, Seeking Blue, Lowly Palace, and Trap Nation, and with a plethora of remixes for artists such as Illenium, Lookas, Krewella, and Mako. WE ARE FURY shows no signs of letting up as they continue to make a strong name for themselves in the bass world.

Cozway

Cozway

Prado

Prado

18-year-old hip hop artist from Vancouver.
Lockers

Locker Rentals

FVDED Family! We have lockers to rent at #FVDED2019 this year. These are not just regular lockers, but special lockers with universal cellphone chargers for a variety of smartphones inside of them. This means that you can store your items, leave them overnight AND charge your cellphone(s) whenever you need! Need a sweatshirt for the evening hours but don’t want to lug it around all day? No problem. Lockers will be located just outside of the main entrance (on the right hand side).

2 Day & Single Day Locker Rentals are available for advance purchase & are in limited supply.
Please bring your E-Ticket to redeem at the festival.

LOCKER DIMENSIONS: 12″ H x 12″ W x 18” D

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Festival Information

Please be aware that the FAQs will be updated closer to the festival for more detailed information such as prohibited items and other subjects. Have questions that aren’t answered below? Email us at info@fvdedinthepark.com

GENERAL QUESTIONS

WHEN AND WHERE IS FVDED IN THE PARK?

FVDED in the Park is a 2 day festival on July 5th & 6th at Holland Park (13428 Old Yale Road) in Surrey, BC and is open from 1pm to 11pm each day.

HOW DO I GET TO THE FESTIVAL?

Holland Park is located directly across from King George Station, and a short walk from Surrey Central Station. The closest bus loop to the site is located at Surrey Central Exchange, one block away. TransLink encourages people to use a Compass Card or pre-purchase their return tickets on the day they intend to travel, which can be done at any Compass Vending Machine. SkyTrain Attendants will be available to assist customers. For further transit information, please contact Translink at 604-953-3333 or click on Trip Planner at www.translink.ca.

WHERE CAN I PARK?

Parking near Holland Park is limited. Taking transit to the event is highly recommended. TransLink will be providing extra Skytrain service each day of the festival. In addition to transit, utilizing carpools, or bicycles to attend the event is also encouraged. Bike racks are located on site.
It is recommended that guests wishing to drive use the public parking spaces at the King George Skytrain Station or at the Scott Road Skytrain Station, and take the short Skytrain trip to the King George stop. There are limited parking spaces available in various parking lots along King George Blvd. Parking at Central City Shopping Centre is restricted to shopping centre customers only.

WHAT IS THE MINIMUM AGE TO ATTEND?

All Ages are welcome at FVDED in the Park.

ARE THERE IN AND OUTS?

There are no in and outs during each festival date. If you leave earlier than the closing time of each day, you will not be able to re-enter.

ARE LOCKERS AVAILABLE ON SITE?

Yes there will be lockers on site! These Mobile Charging Lockers allow you unlimited in-and-out access throughout the weekend, and each one features a universal cell phone charger. These lockers will be available for purchase closer to the festival.

WHAT IS THE SEARCH POLICY?

All guests will be subject to search for prohibited and illicit items upon entry in the interest of public and patron safety.

IS THERE FOOD AND DRINKS AVAILABLE?

A variety of food and beverage options will be available on site. Outside food and beverages are not permitted on site, aside from one empty personal reusable bottle per person. There will be a free water station on site where guests will be able to fill their bottles. Information regarding food trucks on site will be released closer to the festival.

WHAT ARE THE RULES FOR PURCHASING ALCOHOL ON SITE?

Alcoholic beverages can be purchased at designated bar service areas, located at the north and south sides of the park. Only 2 drinks can be served per person at one time. All customers wishing to purchase alcoholic beverages must first obtain a DAV (Drinking Age Verified) wristband from the ID CHECK tents located throughout the site. Customers are encouraged to obtain wristbands early in the day. DAV wristbands must be visibly worn by anyone consuming alcohol.

WHAT ARE MY PAYMENT OPTIONS ON SITE?

Cash and credit cards will be accepted forms of payment. All food trucks, merchandise tables, and Village vendors will accept cash, and some will accept debit and credit cards as well. Several ATM units will be located throughout the site.

WHAT ACCOMMODATIONS THERE NEAR THE FESTIVAL?

For local accommodation options, please visit www.tourismsurrey.com.

WHAT ARE THE ACCESSIBILITY SEATING OPTIONS?

A designated Accessible Seating Area for any patrons requiring wheelchair, ADA, or special seating consideration will be located on site. The Accessible Seating option is available to ticket holders using wheelchairs or crutches, or who have any other physical disabilities or injuries that will necessitate a seat for the show. Any ticket holder who has special seating requirements should email LNWesternCanadaHelp@LiveNation.com with your ticket order confirmation number to request access to the Accessible Seating Area. This must be coordinated in advance of the event. If needed, there will be a designated staff member available on site to provide some assistance; however, Accessible Seating Patrons who require an attendant are encouraged to purchase a ticket for their attendant and include mention of them in the email. There will be 1 attendant permitted per Accessible Seating Patron in the designated seating area.

CAN I BRING A WATER BOTTLE INSIDE?

Each person is permitted to bring in one personal empty reusable bottle. Bags will be subject to search at the gate prior to entrance. Camel-backs are allowed if empty.

CAN I BRING SUNSCREEN INSIDE?

Yes, cream and gel sunscreen is allowed. NOTE: Aerosols (spray on) sunscreens are not permitted.

WHAT CAN I BRING TO SIT ON?

No lawn chairs of any design will be permitted on site; however, you may bring a blanket. No ‘in and out’ privileges are allowed for this event.

WHAT IS THE CAMERA POLICY?

Guests may use personal cameras and mobile phones to take photos inside the venue. Cameras with detachable lenses or a zoom 2 inches or greater will not be permitted on site. Professional video cameras or video recording devices are not permitted at the event. ONLY GO-PRO and similar style consumer-grade devices will be permitted on the site.

PROHIBITED ITEMS?

A list of prohibited items will be available at a later date closer to the festival.

WRISTBAND QUESTIONS

ADVANCED WRISTBAND DELIVERY!

Wristbands for this year’s FVDED in the Park will be mailed out in advanced of the festival, saving you time from picking them up! For dates and details on wristband delivery, please read below.

DO I GET A WRISTBAND WITH MY TICKET?

Your wristband will be shipped out to you in advance of the event, so you will not need to redeem your ticket for a wristband at the festival.  Wristbands will be mailed out to ticket holders beginning in early June. The cut off for standard mail delivery is June 26 at 11:59pm. If you purchase your ticket after June 26,  you will have to pick up your wristband at the festival box office during the festival, or at a designated early pickup location to be announced prior to the event.

I’M NOT FROM CANADA. WILL MY WRISTBAND STILL BE SHIPPED?

No, orders from the US and other international countries will not be shipped in advance. You will have the option to pick up your wristband at Will Call onsite at the festival.

WHAT’S SO SPECIAL ABOUT MY WRISTBAND?

Your wristband is your key to enter FVDED in the Park. There is a security feature embedded on it that will be scanned for entry through the main gates, and entry into other parts of the site, such as VIP. Do not attempt to tamper with your wristband once you’ve put it on. Wristbands that have been scanned at the gates and then tampered with – such as an attempt to remove it – it will be deemed void and not eligible for replacement.

WHAT ARE THE SHIPPING OPTIONS?

All RFID wristbands are sent via Expedited Parcel and will be mailed starting approximately 1 month prior to the show. The last day for orders to qualify for this option is June 28. Please have your tickets shipped to an address where you will be able to receive them in June. If you do not receive your tickets within 1 week of the event please visit http://support.frontgatetickets.com.  If your wristbands are cancelled due to non-delivery, and replaced, the original wristbands will no longer be valid and will not scan successfully at the festival.  Please note all International Orders are will call / box office pick up only.

I PUT MY WRISTBAND ON EARLY AND IT’S TOO TIGHT OR GOT DAMAGED. CAN I GET A NEW ONE?

We understand, people get excited and want to wear their wristband right away. Just make sure to follow our guide below about putting on a wristband. As long as your wristband hasn’t already been scanned at the gates, you can get a replacement at the box office for a fee of $25.00.  If your wristband has already been scanned at the festival, it cannot be replaced and you will need to purchase a new wristband, if still available.

I HAVE A GENERAL ADMISSION PASS, HOW DO I ENTER?

All General Pass holders should proceed directly to the Box Office upon arrival to exchange tickets for 1 or 2 day wristbands. After wristbands have been applied, please proceed to the Main Entrance Gate for admission. Please note that wristbands are non-transferable. Entry will be denied on July 6th if a wristband looks tampered with. Wristband pick up will start at 10:00am on both July 5th & 6th at the Box Office.  Gates will open at 1:00pm each day.

I HAVE A VIP PASS, HOW DO I ENTER?

VIP Pass Holders (1 or 2 Day) should proceed directly to the dedicated VIP lane located at the main festival entrance off King George Blvd. Wristband exchange for VIP Holders will happen directly at the VIP Entrance. There is no need to attend the box office first.

For more info on Wristbands and the Festival Box Office, read more at fvdedinthepark.com/boxoffice

PROHIBITED ITEMS

All bags will be subject to search when entering the event grounds; no alcohol or illicit drugs are permitted. The following items are not permitted onsite:

PROHIBITED ITEMS

  1. Outside alcohol
  2. Illicit drugs and/or illicit drug paraphernalia of any kind
  3. Portable or lawn chairs of any kind
  4. Pocket knives
  5. Weapons of any kind and/or items that can be used as weapons, including heavy wallet chains or large spikes
  6. Glass of any kind
  7. Hard shell coolers
  8. Megaphones or air horns
  9. Musical Instruments
  10. Laser pointers of any kind
  11. Markers, Pens or Spray Paint
  12. Sports equipment
  13. Skateboards, rollerblades, scooters, motorized vehicles, etc.
  14. Fireworks, sparklers, and/or firecrackers
  15. Animals (service animals allowed)
  16. Tents
  17. Umbrellas
  18. Motorcycle or bike helmets
  19. Water guns
  20. Gas masks
  21. Gang or club clothing and/or gang or club support shirts.
  22. Tactical clothing or equipment
  23. Aerosol cans of any kind
  24. Professional still camera equipment (no detachable lenses, tripods, large zoom lenses, and/or commercial-use camera assemblies)
  25. Video and audio recording equipment of any kind
  26. Selfie Sticks or GoPro handles
  27. Any projectile and/or item that can be used as a projectile
  28. Framed or large backpacks (larger than 51cm x 38cm x 33cm)*

PERMITTED ITEMS

  1. Reasonable amount (1 per person) of beach balls and other reasonably-sized inflatables
  2. Small towels
  3. Personal bags and backpacks
  4. Personal amounts of food store purchased factory prepackaged foods (granola bars, protein bars, chips ect…)
  5. Reasonable amounts of sunscreen (no aerosol bottles allowed)
  6. Plastic Refillable Drink Containers (must be empty) * must be less than one (1) liters
  7. Camel Bak-style water bladder systems will be allowed provided that the bladder has been emptied of water and the bladder has been removed from the pack – water bladders that are incapable of being removed from the pack for inspection will be denied entry
  8. Vapes – must be empty upon entry
  9. Vape juice or E-Liquid bought into the festival must be factory sealed – personal amount only

2019 CANNABIS ENTRY AND USAGE POLICY

Please read the all the information about cannabis and cannabis accessories, and the use therein at the festival.

ENTRY WITH CANNABIS AND/OR CANNABIS ACCESSORIES

All attendees entering the festival grounds are subject to search of their person and property upon entry, as allowable by law. The festival will allow attendees who are of legal age to bring cannabis and cannabis accessories into the festival subject to the following conditions:
1. Cannabis infused foods, oils or candies commonly referred to as “edibles” are strictly prohibited.
2. Prior to the search process commencing, attendees must make the festival security aware that they are bringing cannabis or cannabis accessories into the festival. Attendees are required to present all cannabis and/or cannabis accessories for inspection.
3. Any cannabis or cannabis accessories not presented prior to a search commencing may be denied entry into the festival or the person may be denied carriage of the cannabis and/or cannabis accessories into the festival.
4. The quantity of cannabis permitted shall be an amount that is reasonable for personal use for the duration of the festival only, subject to any documented medical allowances.
5. Cannabis that is in a factory sealed tamperproof package from a Provincially Approved and Regulated Supplier will be permitted into the festival. All other cannabis and cannabis accessories are to be stored in a sealed plastic see-through container (e.g. Tupperware or Ziploc bag – see images below) which allows festival security to directly inspect the cannabis and cannabis accessories without the need to open the container or handle the product.
6. Cannabis and cannabis accessories that are not are not in a sealed tamperproof package from a Provincially Regulated Supplier or that are not stored in a sealed plastic see-through container and directly visible through the container will not be permitted into the festival grounds.
7. No glass container or glass cannabis accessory will be permitted at any time.
8. Cannabis that is suspected to have been mixed or adulterated in any way may be denied carriage into the festival.
9. Any amount which festival security deems unreasonable for personal use, subject to any documented medical allowances, will not be permitted into the festival.
10. Cannabis is for personal use only and the unregulated sale of cannabis is strictly prohibited.

USE AND CONSUMPTION OF CANNABIS AND CANNABIS ACCESSORIES

Attendees who are of legal age shall be allowed to use and/or consume cannabis and cannabis accessories at the festival, subject to the following conditions:
1. Festival staff are mandated by law to monitor use and consumption of intoxicants, including cannabis, at the festival. Festival staff will remove Attendees from the Festival who overuse or over-consume any intoxicant.
2. The smoking of any cannabis products (including vaping) is permitted within the festival’s designated smoking areas only located on the festival site map. These areas will be clearly marked. Festival staff will provide Attendees direction on where the designated smoking area is at the festival. The smoking and vaping of cannabis is strictly prohibited outside of the designated smoking areas.
3. No Attendee is permitted to supply another person with cannabis or risks being removed from the festival.
4. Festival staff will remove anyone who sells or purchases cannabis at the festival and will report such activity to the police.
5. Any Attendee found to have supplied cannabis to a minor will be evicted from the Festival, and their actions may be reported to the police.

FOOD & DRINK

• You can bring one empty plastic water bottle into the event, no larger than one liter.
• You are allowed to bring personal amounts of prepackaged factory sealed food. We have a wide selection of food trailers and carts with a wide variety of food and drink available within the event grounds.

OFFICIAL AFTERPARTIES

All of the Official FVDED Afterparties can be found here!

LOST AND FOUND

DURING THE FESTIVAL

Lost and Found inside the festival is located at the Information Booth next to the lockers by the entrance.

AFTER THE FESTIVAL

Lost and Found items can be picked up on the following dates at Celebrities Nightclub located at 1022
Davie Street.

Thursday, July 10th from 5:30pm – 9:30pm
Friday July 11th from 5:30pm – 9:30pm
Saturday, July 12th from 2:00pm – 6:00pm

Respect, diversity, and positive memories are at the heart of what FVDED In The Park stands for.

More than just another concert, we are a community of open-minded individuals that embrace the differences between us. We ask our fans to be kind to one another, treat your friends and strangers with consideration, and make good choices.

Our staff will assist anyone that needs help or feels unsafe without judgement. Reach out to security staff, volunteers, or anyone wearing a radio to help you if need them.

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM US:

FVDED In The Park will not tolerate any harassment based on race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, disability, body size, appearance, age or national origin. If you feel like you’re being harassed, are the victim of nonconsensual touching, or otherwise feel unsafe, please report it to the nearest staff member. Familiarize yourself with what help is available onsite. We take these concerns very seriously and will support you in resolving the issue.

WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP:

We’re throwing the party and we’re committed to making it fun. But this isn’t one-sided! We need your help to make it extra epic for everyone. Here are three easy ways to look out for yourself and those around you:

  • Watch out for your neighbours – if someone around you looks like they need help, check in with them. If someone is getting unruly, alert the nearest staff member. Keep an eye on your belongings.
  • Be considerate – this is a shared space and we want everyone to enjoy themselves. Keep the vibes chill and your hands to yourself.
  • Use the buddy system – if one of your friends is in trouble, please alert festival staff – they will assist you, no questions asked.

PREPARING FOR THE EVENT

We want every fan to feel safe at the festival. Specific questions regarding safety, security, medical, and any others can be directed to info@fvdedinthepark.com. If you have an immediate need while on-site seek out any security, medical or police member.

3 Things to Remember:

  • Attend with a friend – plan your festival experience together
  • Check the weather and come prepared – sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, rainwear
  • Bring hearing protection

Festivals are better with friends, right? Make sure that you have a trusted festival friend. Plan how you’ll stay connected. Look out for them and have them look out for you.

Pay attention to the weather forecast – Remember sunscreen (non-aerosol), hats, sunglasses or plan to bring a rain jacket or coat if it looks like it might rain. After your finished dancing it might be just the thing to keep you warm on your trip home.

Dress for comfort. Consider functionality and personal comfort. Although we love costumes, light weight clothing that provides sun protection is ideal. If you do choose to brighten our event with a costume, ensure you take regular breaks to cool down.

Want to spend all day front and center? That’s awesome! Bring some hearing protection.

GETTING TO THE EVENT

3 Things to Remember:

  • Plan your transportation to and from the festival
  • Arrive early. You should plan to get to the festival at least 40 minutes before your “must see” set
  • Prepare for security screening – review the permitted items list prior to arriving and have totes and bags ready for inspection

Plan your entrance: Skytrain, Transit and Taxis are all good options for getting here.

If you need assistance with accessibility or have any questions contact LNWesternCanadaHelp@LiveNation.com.

Come with your festival friend. Plan to leave with them.

Allow extra time to get here. There will be lineups to get in, be patient and make friends with those around you. Remember have your wristband before you leave for the festival, this will allow for the fastest possible entry time.

Illicit substances will not be permitted onto the festival grounds. We believe that the consumption of all illicit substances carries risk and advise strongly against it.

For the safety of everyone entering the festival, all patrons are subject to a full and complete search prior to entry. Please review the Prohibited Items List for a stress-free entry process that will be available closer to the festival.

AT THE EVENT

3 Things to Remember:

  • Know how to get help if you need it
  • Take breaks to stay hydrated and nourished
  • Set a meeting place and check in schedule in case you get separated from your friends.

Check out the locations of the water stations, chill out areas, and first aid stations so you know where these important health resources are.

Take rest breaks. Know your limits. Drink responsibly and pace yourself to ensure you have energy to enjoy the entire show.

Stay hydrated. Drink water regularly throughout the event. You can mix it up with electrolyte drinks (not caffeinated energy drinks) to top up those energy levels. Avoid mixing alcohol and energy drinks.

Reapply sunscreen every two hours. Wear a hat and take a break in the shade if you can.

Watch your drink. Don’t leave any of your beverages unattended.

Eat. Eating regularly is especially important if you are consuming alcohol or other substances.

Consent – Yes is the only acceptable consent. A revealing outfit is not an invitation to touch.

Seek help if you need it. – If someone has made an approach or touched you in a way you are not comfortable with or just won’t let you dance in peace, let our Security or event staff know.

We do not condone and strongly advise against consuming illicit substances. In addition to being illegal they present many risks to your health, they should never be mixed with other drugs (e.g., alcohol, prescription drugs, energy drinks). Results may not be what you expect and combining drugs can be risky. Especially avoid mixing drugs that lower your blood pressure or make you drowsy or sleepy (e.g., anti-depressants, opiates).

Have a sober companion to watch for any adverse side effects and seek help if necessary. If something doesn’t feel right we have help close at hand. You need to be honest with us and tell our medical team what you consumed (or think you consumed). You won’t get in trouble from us – we are concerned about your health.

Visit the medical tent, first aid station, chill out zone or ask our roaming medics or security team if you are feeling unwell, unsafe or need assistance.

HEADING HOME

3 Things to Remember:

  • Plan your ride home at the start of the day. Tell your friends and stick with the plan
  • “Yes” is the only acceptable form of consent
  • Be cautious about your decisions if you have consumed any substances

Know who you are going home with. Stay in contact with your festival friend and don’t leave without them.

Know how you are getting home – don’t drive under the influence of anything. Use public transit, a taxi or a prearranged ride where possible.

If you are feeling unsafe, please talk to any of our staff. We are here to help.

“Yes” is the only acceptable consent. If you’re intoxicated your decision-making process is impacted. Ensure your friends have your back.

VOLUNTEERS FOR FVDED 2019 ARE NOW CLOSED

Looking for a unique festival experience? Join our FVDED Volunteer Crew! Read all about the program below and then fill out the application located at the bottom of the page.

Q. How old do I have to be to volunteer?
A. Volunteers must be 18 or older as of July 1, 2019, and must present photo ID upon check in.

Q. Does it cost anything to volunteer?
A. No, however selected volunteers are required to pay a $100 refundable deposit before the festival. We count on our team and need some assurance that volunteers will show up and complete their required duties. Anyone not defaulting on their deposit will be refunded in full shortly after the festival (processed by the festival within 2 weeks, specific timing of receipt will depend on your financial institution).

Q. Are there any exceptions for returning volunteers?
A. Yes! We value our team and do not require a deposit from those who have completed their volunteer commitment in good standing for any two years of the festival.

Q. What else is required to volunteer?
A. Volunteers are required to work a minimum of two shifts over the weekend, with at least one at night. Anyone volunteering at the festival for the first time must attend one of the orientation meetings we are hosting on festival grounds. You can select the one you will attend when filling out the application.

Q. How long are shifts?
A. Most are 4.5 – 5 hours.

Q. When are night shifts?
A. These vary by department and are therefore identified by the word ‘Night’ in the shift title. You will easily see these options on the schedule when the time comes to sign up.

Q. What do I get in return for volunteering?
A. In addition to the reward of being part of an awesome event, gaining work experience, meeting new people and making new friends IRL, you will also receive a rad FVDED in the Park volunteer crew t-shirt and the opportunity to enjoy the festival when not on duty.

Q. Does it cost anything to apply to volunteer?
A. Nope! You can sign up to learn more about the program while you are deciding whether or not to participate. You are not committed to volunteering at the festival until your deposit is paid.

Q. How does scheduling work?
A. Everyone will be able to self-schedule, choosing preferred shifts and assignments based on skillset and availability at the time of scheduling. Access and instructions will be shared with everyone accepted into the program.

Q. Is there a dress code?
A. Yes. All volunteers will receive a volunteer t-shirt upon check in for their first shift. You are required to wear this while on duty, and required to change out of it when your shift is done. It is also your responsibility to launder your shirt so it’s clean and presentable for both days of the festival. Wear something comfortable in
neutral colours on the bottom, however no short-shorts please (no buttocks showing while working). Closed toed footwear is mandatory while on duty.

Q. Can I carry a backpack with me?
A. No. Volunteers are required to check personal items aside from what fits in your pocket (or a small fanny-pack). There will be a bag check at Volunteer Headquarters while you are on duty only. Bags are left when you check in and picked up at the end of your shift. Note that items are left at your own risk; we cannot be held
responsible for lost or stolen goods (supervisors and a volunteer team will be present at HQ, which is positioned near the Security and RCMP headquarters).

Q. What commitment am I making by paying my deposit?
A. Paying a deposit commits you to volunteering for a minimum of 2 shifts over the festival, including one night shift. Once you have shown up on time, fulfilled your volunteer duties, and abided by festival rules and regulations, your deposit will be refunded within two weeks of the festival (timing of receiving the refund depends on your particular financial institution).

Q. What could cause me to lose my deposit?
A. Anyone not fulfilling their volunteer commitments, not abiding by festival rules and regulations, or dropping out after June 20, will default on their deposit, forgoing a refund.

Causes for default include, but are not limited to:
• Cancelling after June 20
• Not showing up for a shift for any reason
• Arriving to a shift more than 30 minutes late
• Taking an extended break or disappearing while on duty
• Not abiding by festival rules and regulations (outlined here)
• Not abiding by volunteer program rules and regulations

Q. What if I have to cancel after I have signed up?
A. Dropping out when we are counting on you creates a ripple effect of issues for the volunteer team and the festival. Wait until you are certain you can commit before signing up. Need to get the time off work? Wait until it’s been approved before committing to specific shifts. Signing up and then cancelling can cause the loss of
your deposit and will affect your ability to volunteer for this and other events in the future. Let us know that you are waiting until time off has been approved and we will hold space for you.

Q. What if there’s an artist I have to see?
A. We totally get it, but this means that volunteering is not for you. Grab some friends, purchase your tickets, and have a wicked time. Although volunteers will get to see some music, we can’t guarantee that it will be your artist of choice, and many people will need to be on duty while headliners are on. If you can’t miss out, opt out!

Q. Will we have access to food?
A. Although not complimentary, food and drink are integral parts of the festival and a variety of options for all dietary needs will be available on site. We highly recommend checking out our vendors and purchasing some tasty bites before or after your shift. Note that outside food is not permitted.

Q. Can I volunteer with my friends?
A. Absolutely! Due to self-scheduling, we can’t guarantee that you will both be in the same assignment at the same time, but if you schedule together, this should be easy to accomplish. We’ll help wherever we can – because friends are awesome!

Q. Is parking included? How do I get there?
A. Unfortunately we are unable to provide complimentary parking and highly recommend taking transit. The festival offers a complimentary bike valet for those on bicycles. Check out the BC Transit Trip Planning page to plan travelling to and from the festival, tripplanning.translink.ca.

We reserve the right to dismiss volunteer staff at our discretion.

If you have a question we haven’t addressed, you can email us at volunteer@fvdedinthepark.com

 

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  • to provide you with our products and services and to support your use of our products and services;
  • to contact you relating to our products and services;
  • to monitor and improve our products and services, and to develop new products and services;
  • to analyze the needs and activities of our customers to help us better serve them;
  • to conduct research and analysis related to our business, products and services;
  • to respond to inquiries and other requests;
  • to collect opinions and comments in regard to our products and services;
  • to provide you with information that we think may interest you, including in regards to our products and services; and
  • to investigate legal claims.

We may use your personal information and other information for purposes for which we have obtained your consent, and for such other purposes as may be permitted or required by applicable law.

 

  • How We Share Your Personal Information

 

We rely on third party services providers to perform a variety of services on our behalf, such as hosting, data storage and processing service providers, and research and analytics providers.

If we provide your information to service providers, then we require that the service providers maintain the confidentiality of your personal information and keep your personal information secure.  We also require that they only use your personal information for the limited purposes for which it is provided. When our service providers no longer need your personal information for those limited purposes, we require that they dispose of the personal information.  In some circumstances, we may permit our service providers to retain aggregated, anonymized or statistical information that does not identify you. We do not authorize the service providers to disclose your personal information to unauthorized parties or to use your personal information for their direct marketing purposes.  If you would like more information about our service providers, please contact us using the contact information in the “Contact Us” section below.

Additionally, we may use and disclose your information when we believe such use or disclosure is permitted, necessary or appropriate: (a) under applicable law, including laws outside your country of residence; (b) to comply with legal process; (c) to respond to requests from public and government authorities, including public and government authorities outside your country of residence; (d) to enforce the terms of the agreements for our products and services; (e) to protect our operations or those of any of our affiliates or subsidiaries; (f) to protect our rights, privacy, safety or property, and/or those of our affiliates, you or others; and (g) to allow us to pursue available remedies or limit the damages that we may sustain.  In addition, we may transfer your personal information and other information to a third party in the event of any reorganization, merger, sale, joint venture, assignment, transfer or other disposition of all or any portion of our business, brands, affiliates, subsidiaries or other assets.

If we otherwise intend to disclose your personal information to a third party, we will identify that third party and the purpose for the disclosure, and obtain your consent.

 

  • Opting Out of Communications and Remarketing

 

If you no longer want to receive marketing-related emails from us, you may opt-out of receiving marketing-related emails by clicking the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of any email you receive from us or may opt-out by contacting us directly using the contact information in the “Contact Us” section below.

As described in the “Personal Information We Collect” section above, we carry out remarketing activities in conjunction with our advertising partners to serve you with ads that we think will be of interest to you. You may opt-out of our remarketing activities by using the contact information in the “Contact Us” section below.

We will endeavour to respond to your opt-out request promptly, but we ask that you please allow us a reasonable time to process your request.  Please note that if you opt-out from receiving marketing-related emails, we may still need to send you communications about your use of our products or services, or other matters.

 

  • Retention of Personal Information

 

We will use, disclose or retain your personal information only for as long as necessary to fulfill the purposes for which that personal information was collected and as permitted or required by law.

 

  • Information Security

 

We have implemented physical, organizational, contractual and technological security measures with a view to protecting your personal information and other information from loss or theft, unauthorized access, disclosure, copying, use or modification.  We have taken steps to ensure that the only personnel who are granted access to your personal information are those with a business ‘need-to-know’ or whose duties reasonably require such information.

Despite the measure outlined above, no method of information transmission or information storage is 100% secure or error-free, so we unfortunately cannot guarantee absolute security.  If you have reason to believe that your interaction with us is no longer secure (for example, if you feel that the security of any information that you provided to us has been compromised), please contact us immediately using the contact information in the “Contact Us” section below.

 

  • Accessing and Updating Your Personal Information

 

We will take steps to ensure that your personal information is kept as accurate, complete and up-to-date as reasonably necessary.  We will not routinely update your personal information, unless such a process is necessary. We expect you, from time to time, to supply us with updates to your personal information, when required.

You may make a written request to review any personal information about you that we have collected, used or disclosed, and we will provide you with any such personal information to the extent required by law.  You may also challenge the accuracy or completeness of your personal information in our records. If you successfully demonstrate that your personal information in our records is inaccurate or incomplete, we will amend the personal information as required.

We may require that you provide sufficient identification to fulfill your request to access or correct your personal information.  Any such identifying information will be used only for this purpose.

 

  • International Transfer and Storage of Information

 

Your personal information may be stored and processed in any country where we have facilities or in which we engage third party service providers. As a result, your personal information may be transferred to countries outside your country of residence, which may have different data protection rules than in your country.  While such information is outside of your country, it is subject to the laws of the country in which it is located, and may be subject to disclosure to the governments, courts or law enforcement or regulatory agencies of such other country, pursuant to the laws of such country.

 

  • Third Party Websites and Services

 

This privacy statement applies only to our websites.  This privacy statement does not extend to any websites or products or services provided by third parties.  We do not assume responsibility for the privacy practices of such third parties, and we encourage you to review all third party privacy policies prior to using third party websites or products or services.

 

  • Children’s Information

 

Our websites are not intended for children under the age of 16, and we do not knowingly collect personal information from children under the age of 16.  Children under the age of 16 should not use our websites and should not provide us with their personal information.

 

  • Privacy Statement Updates

 

This privacy statement is current as of the “updated” date which appears at the top of this page.  We may modify this privacy statement from time to time. When changes are made to this privacy statement they will become immediately effective when published in a revised privacy statement unless otherwise noted.  We may also communicate the changes through our services or by other means. By submitting your personal information to us, by registering for or using any of the services we offer, by using our website, or by voluntarily interacting with us after we publish or communicate a notice about the changes to this privacy statement, you consent to our collecting, using and disclosing your personal information as set out in the revised privacy statement.

 

  • Contact Us

 

All comments, questions, concerns or complaints regarding your personal information or our privacy practices should be sent to our Privacy Officer as follows:

 

Address: Attention: Privacy Officer
Suite #300 – 415 West Cordova StreetVancouver, BC  V6B 1E5 Canada
By e-mail: Privacy @thisisblueprint.com

 

TERMS OF USE

These Terms of Use (“Terms”) govern your (“user”, “you” or “your”) use of the website on which these Terms are posted (the “Site”), as well as any content downloaded from or accessed through the Site, and constitute a legal contract between you and the owner of the Site. Please read these Terms carefully because your use of the Site, other than to review these Terms, signifies your consent to be legally bound by and to comply with these Terms. If you do not agree with these Terms, you may not access or use the Site.

The Site and its contents are provided by This Is Blueprint Management Ltd. (“Blueprint”, “we”, “us” or “our”) for the use of individual users. Copyright and all other rights not expressly granted to users under these Terms are hereby expressly reserved by Blueprint, and any additional uses of the Site or its contents require our prior written permission.

These Terms are current as of the “updated” date which appears at the top of this page. At any time without notice or liability, and for any reason, we may update, change, suspend or terminate any aspect of these Terms or the Site. Please consult these Terms each time that you use the Site. Your continued use of the Site following the posting of changes to these Terms will mean that you accept and agree to those changes.

Privacy

Your use of the Site and our use of certain information about you are subject to our privacy statement available at [link] (“Privacy Statement”), which is hereby incorporated by reference. Through your use of the Site you agree to the collection, storage and use of your information in accordance with the Privacy Statement. In case of any inconsistency between these Terms and any terms set out in the Privacy Statement, the terms of the Privacy Statement will prevail.

User Content and Conduct

All information, data, text, software, music, photographs, graphics, images, avatars, video, messages, advertisements, ideas, reviews, opinions, questions, suggestions and other materials (“Content“) that are posted, e-mailed, transmitted, uploaded or otherwise submitted through your use of the Site are submitted at your own risk and are your sole responsibility. If you are posting Content generated by or on behalf of a third party, you warrant that you are authorized to act on behalf of that third party and to bind them to these Terms. You should not submit any Content that may cause harm or injury to any party. Do not publicly disclose any personal information about yourself or others.

You agree that you are responsible for your own conduct when using the Site.  Content belonging to others may be copied and printed for your personal use only.  Misuse or unauthorized use of the Site, its contents, Blueprint’s network and systems, or of any information, images or other materials on the Site is strictly prohibited, and Blueprint reserves the right, at its sole discretion and without liability, to immediately suspend or terminate access by any user who is using, or who Blueprint reasonably believes may be using the Site or its contents in violation of these Terms. You agree that you will use the Site, including all Content, only in ways that are legal, proper and in accordance with these Terms, accepted Internet protocol, and applicable rules, policies and guidelines. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, by using the Site, you agree not to:

  • interfere or attempt to interfere with, or obtain unauthorized access to, Blueprint or its Third Party Content providers’ content, data, computers, systems or system security;
  • upload, post, distribute, e-mail or otherwise publish or make available any unsolicited or unauthorized advertising, promotional materials, “junk mail,” “spam,” “chain letters,” “pyramid schemes,” or any other form of unauthorized commercial communication, or to “hack” or “phish” us or other users;
  • solicit or otherwise attempt to collect, discover, store or disseminate passwords, email addresses, addresses, telephone numbers, personally identifying information, or other non-public information from Blueprint or other users;
  • defame, abuse, threaten or otherwise violate the legal rights of others, including rights regarding privacy and publicity;
  • modify, retransmit, distribute, disseminate, display, sell, publish, broadcast or circulate any Content (other than your own) to any third party without our prior consent;
  • remove, alter or conceal any copyright, trademark or other proprietary rights notices from our materials, or from materials created by others, without prior permission;
  • upload, post, distribute, e-mail or otherwise publish or make available any Content that you know to be inaccurate or misleading, or that is illegal, libelous, defamatory, obscene, harmful, vulgar, sexually explicit, threatening, tortuous, harassing, abusive, invasive of another user’s privacy, racially or ethnically objectionable, or which promotes hatred, physical harm or injury against any person or group;
  • upload, post, distribute, e-mail or otherwise publish or make available any Content that you do not have a right to make available under any law or under contractual or fiduciary relationships (such as insider information, and proprietary and confidential information learned or disclosed as part of an employment relationship or under a non-disclosure agreement);
  • upload, post, distribute, e-mail or otherwise publish or make available any Content that infringes any patent, trademark, trade secret, copyright or other proprietary rights of any party including, without limitation, posting an unauthorized copy of another person’s copyrighted work;
  • upload, post, distribute, e-mail or otherwise publish or make available any material that contains software viruses or any other computer code, files or programs designed to interfere with, destroy or limit the functionality of any computer software or system, website, application, telecommunications, or other equipment; or
  • otherwise use the Site in a manner that could, in Blueprint’s sole opinion, adversely affect the ability of other users to use the Site, any Content, the Internet, or any sites supplied by Third Party Content providers.

We may, but are under no obligation to pre-screen or monitor any Content other than our own, or to review or log any activity or use of the Site.   You consent to any such monitoring and logging that is necessary to satisfy any law, regulation or government request, or to enhance operational efficiencies, to improve service levels, to assess client satisfaction, or to protect Blueprint or its users. We reserve the right, but do not assume the obligation, to remove or block access to any Content, and/or to ban users who violate these Terms from using the Site.

Access and Interference

You agree that you will not use any spiders, robots, other automatic devices, or manual processes to monitor or copy the Site or any Content, or the use of the Site or any Content by any party, or for any other unauthorized purpose without our express prior written permission. You agree that you will not use any device, software or routine to interfere or to attempt to interfere with the proper working of the Site; to destroy, manipulate, remove, destroy or impair any portion of our website; or to disrupt our servers or network, nor will you do or cause to be done anything that imposes an unreasonable or disproportionately large load on our infrastructure.

License to User Content; Rights to Unsolicited Ideas

You, or a third party licensor, retain all intellectual property rights in any Content that you submit. By submitting any Content, whether on your own behalf or on behalf of another party, you hereby grant to us a royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable, worldwide, transferable, non-exclusive right and license to use, reproduce, modify, edit, adapt, publish, translate, create derivative works from, distribute, disseminate, perform, transmit and display such Content (in whole or part) and/or to incorporate it in other works in any form, media, or technology now known or later developed for the full term of any rights that may exist in such Content, without compensation or obligation to you or any other party. You hereby waive all “moral rights” in and to any Content that you submit. The rights granted hereunder may be freely assigned or sub-licensed by us to any party. If you are not the owner of the Content that you submit, you warrant that the owner of the Content has expressly granted a similar license. There is no relationship of any type created, including without limitation any agency or fiduciary relationship, as between you and us, by virtue of the submission by you of any Content.

If you submit any unsolicited ideas, comments or other feedback (“Feedback”) to us regarding the Site and/or our Content, you agree that such Feedback (including all rights, title and interest therein) automatically become our property, and you forfeit all rights that you may have in such Feedback. For greater certainty, you agree that Blueprint and its affiliated companies may use (or not use) and exploit any Feedback in any way at their discretion, without compensation or obligation to you or to any other party.

Third Party Content, Dealings & Disclaimer

Blueprint is merely a distributor, and not a publisher, of any content provided by third parties that is accessed through the Site (“Third Party Content”). Blueprint does not have administrative, editorial or other control over such Third Party Content, and accepts no responsibility or liability in respect of any Third Party Content or a user’s use of it. The responsibility for ensuring compliance with all applicable third party terms and conditions, as well as applicable laws, are yours and/or the Third Party Content provider’s alone. You acknowledge that any dealings or agreements between you and third parties are strictly between you and the third party, and that Blueprint is not a party to such dealings or agreements.

 

The Site may contain hyperlinks to other web sites (“Linked Sites”) that have been developed by advertisers and other third parties, which are not under the control of Blueprint. Blueprint provides hyperlinks to the Linked Sites as a convenience only, and their inclusion does not imply warranties, representations, endorsements, approvals, verification or investigation by Blueprint or its agents of the Linked Sites, or of any products or services offered on or through the Linked Sites. Further, Blueprint is not responsible for the contents of the Linked Sites, and is not acting as a publisher or disseminator of information or materials contained on any Linked Site or any hyperlink contained on a Linked Site. In any transactions with third parties, Blueprint is not the seller or provider, and your agreement to purchase any products or services from a third party is between you and the third party, and not us. You acknowledge that the use of Linked Sites may be subject to terms and conditions contained on those Linked Sites, and you agree that you are solely responsible for your use of any Linked Site. Under no circumstances will Blueprint be responsible or liable for any loss or damage of any kind incurred as a result of, or in connection with, any correspondence or business dealings by you with any third parties, including any merchants or advertisers found on or through the use of the Site, and including payment for and delivery of related goods and services.

Our Intellectual Property Rights

The Site, and any Content and other information and materials created or supplied by us, and the selection and arrangement thereof, are owned by us (or our third party licensors, including any Third Party Content providers) and are protected by Canadian and international copyright, and other intellectual property laws and treaty provisions.

All trademarks and design marks, trade dress, service names, logos and associated designs used in connection with the Site are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Blueprint Limited Partnership and/or its affiliates, licensors, or related companies. Except as expressly permitted by law, the use, copying, imitation or modification of any trademarks without the express written consent of the owner of the trademark is strictly prohibited. You will not remove, alter or conceal any trademark or other proprietary rights notices incorporated into or accompanying the Site, any of our Content or any other information or materials accessed through the Site.

Equipment

You are solely responsible for obtaining, maintaining and paying for all communications services, mobile devices, computer hardware, and other equipment and services required to access and use the Site and any Content accessed or obtained through your use of the Site. Use of the Site is at solely at your own risk. Blueprint assumes no responsibility and shall not be liable for any damage to, or viruses that may infect your software, computer equipment (including mobile devices) or other property as a result of your access to, use, or browsing of the Site or associated websites, or from using or downloading any information, data, text, software, photographs, graphics, images, messages, ideas or other Content.

Indemnity

You agree to defend, indemnify and hold us, our affiliates and licensors, and each of our respective officers, partners, directors, employees and agents harmless, from and against any and all losses, costs and damages, including those arising in connection with any third party claims, resulting from or related to: (a) your breach of these Terms, (b) your access to or use (or misuse) of the Site, or of our or any other party’s Content; (c) your use, submission or transmission of any Content, (d) your use of or reliance upon, or publication, communication or distribution of any materials from any third party source, or (e) your violation of any other party’s rights including, without limitation, any intellectual property, privacy or proprietary right, or obligation of confidentiality. You shall use your best efforts to cooperate with us in the defense of any claim made against us. We reserve the right, at our own expense, to assume the exclusive defense and control of any matter otherwise subject to indemnification by you.

DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES

YOU EXPRESSLY UNDERSTAND AND AGREE AS FOLLOWS: 


(A) THE SITE IS PROVIDED TO YOU FOR YOUR PERSONAL USE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THESE TERMS. YOUR USE OF THE SITE, INCLUDING ANY LINKS OR CONTENT, IS AT YOUR SOLE RISK. TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, THE SITE, OUR CONTENT, AND ANY OTHER INFORMATION AND MATERIALS THAT WE MAKE AVAILABLE TO YOU OR THAT YOU ACCESS THROUGH THE USE OF THE SITE, IS PROVIDED ON AN “AS IS” AND “AS AVAILABLE” BASIS. WE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NON-INFRINGEMENT.

(B) WITHOUT LIMITING THE GENERALITY OF THE FOREGOING, TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, WE MAKE NO WARRANTY THAT (I) THE SITE OR ANY CONTENT, LINKED OR RELATED WEBSITES, OR OTHER MATERIALS WILL MEET YOUR EXPECTATIONS OR SATISFY YOUR REQUIREMENTS, (II) THE USE OF THE SITE OR ANY CONTENT, LINKED OR RELATED WEBSITES OR OTHER MATERIALS WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED, TIMELY, SECURE, OR ERROR-FREE, (III) THE RESULTS THAT MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE USE OF THE SITE OR ANY CONTENT WILL BE COMPLETE, ACCURATE, RELIABLE OR USEFUL, (IV) THE QUALITY OF ANY LISTINGS, PRODUCTS, SERVICES, PROGRAMS, INFORMATION, OR OTHER MATERIAL ACCESSED BY YOU THROUGH YOUR USE OF THE SITE WILL MEET YOUR EXPECTATIONS, AND (V) ANY ERRORS IN THE SITE, CONTENT, OR OTHER MATERIALS WILL BE CORRECTED.

(C) ANY CONTENT OR OTHER MATERIAL DOWNLOADED OR OTHERWISE ACCESSED OR OBTAINED THROUGH THE USE OF THE SITE IS DONE AT YOUR OWN DISCRETION AND RISK, AND YOU WILL BE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY HARM OR DAMAGE, INCLUDING (BUT NOT LIMITED TO) DAMAGE TO YOUR COMPUTER SYSTEM OR LOSS OF DATA, THAT RESULTS FROM THE DOWNLOAD OF ANY SUCH CONTENT OR MATERIAL.

(D) TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, YOU AGREE THAT NO ADVICE OR INFORMATION, WHETHER ORAL OR WRITTEN, OBTAINED BY YOU FROM US, THROUGH YOUR USE OF THE SITE, OR THROUGH OR FROM ANY OTHER WEBSITE OR PUBLICATION, WILL CREATE ANY WARRANTY OR OTHER LIABILITY NOT EXPRESSLY STATED IN THESE TERMS. 


LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

YOU ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT IF YOU ARE DISSATISFIED WITH THE SITE OR ITS CONTENTS, OR WITH ANY RESULTS OBTAINED THROUGH THE USE OF THE SITE, YOUR ONLY REMEDY IS TO DISCONTINUE USE OF THE SITE.

YOU EXPRESSLY UNDERSTAND AND AGREE THAT WE WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF PROFITS, GOODWILL, USE, DATA OR OTHER INTANGIBLE LOSSES (EVEN IF WE HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES), RESULTING FROM: (I) THE USE OR THE INABILITY TO USE THE SITE, OUR SYSTEMS, ANY CONTENT, OR ANY MATERIALS, GOODS, SERVICES, OFFERINGS OR INFORMATION OBTAINED THROUGH THE USE OF THE SITE; (II) ANY ERRORS OR OMISSIONS IN THE SITE OR ANY CONTENT; (III) THE SUSPENSION OR TERMINATION OF YOUR ABILITY TO ACCESS THE SITE; (IV) ANY INTERRUPTION OR CESSATION OF TRANSMISSION TO OR FROM OUR SITE OR FAILURE OF OUR SYSTEMS; (V) THE COST OF PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS AND SERVICES; (VI) UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS TO OR ALTERATION OF OUR SYSTEMS OR YOUR TRANSMISSIONS, CONTENT, DATA AND/OR PERSONAL OR FINANCIAL INFORMATION; (VII) STATEMENTS BY OR CONDUCT OF ANY THIRD PARTY USING THE SITE; (VIII) ANY BUGS, VIRUSES OR THE LIKE THAT ARE TRANSMITTED TO OR THROUGH OUR SITE BY ANY THIRD PARTY; OR (IX) ANY OTHER MATTER OR EVENT RELATING TO OR RESULTING FROM YOUR OR ANY OTHER PARTY’S USE OF THE SITE.

YOU EXPRESSLY ACKNOWLEDGE THAT WE HAVE ENTERED INTO THIS AGREEMENT WITH YOU, AND HAVE AND WILL MAKE THE SITE AVAILABLE TO YOU IN RELIANCE UPON THE LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS OF LIABILITY AND THE DISCLAIMERS SET FORTH IN THESE TERMS, AND THAT THE SAME FORM AN ESSENTIAL BASIS OF THE BARGAIN BETWEEN YOU AND US. YOU EXPRESSLY AGREE THAT THE LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS OF LIABILITY AND THE DISCLAIMERS SET FORTH IN THESE TERMS WILL SURVIVE, AND CONTINUE TO APPLY IN THE CASE OF, FUNDAMENTAL BREACH OR BREACHES, THE FAILURE OF ESSENTIAL PURPOSE OF CONTRACT, THE FAILURE OF ANY EXCLUSIVE REMEDY, OR TERMINATION OF THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOU AND US. 

Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion of certain warranties or the limitation or exclusion of liability for certain damages and, accordingly, some or all of the above limitations may not apply to you. In such jurisdictions, you agree that our liability shall be limited to the greatest extent permitted by applicable law.

Termination

You may discontinue your use of the Site at any time, for any reason or for no reason.

In addition to any other termination rights that we may have, we reserve the right to modify, suspend, discontinue or terminate the Site or any party’s ability to access or use the Site, our materials or other Content, at any time and for any reason (or no reason), including any breach by you of these Terms.

Upon termination, you will have no further right to access or use the Site, and any rights and licenses granted to you under these Terms will terminate. Termination or other discontinuation of your use of the Site will not relieve you of any obligations arising prior to termination regarding the use and protection of intellectual property or confidential information, ownership, or indemnification, nor will it relieve you of any liability for any breach of these Terms. Upon termination, we will have the right, but not the obligation to retain any Content or other information that you have submitted.

Governing Law/Jurisdictional Issues

These Terms will be interpreted, construed and governed by the laws in force in the Province of British Columbia, and the federal laws of Canada applicable therein, without reference to its conflicts of laws principles. Each party hereby agrees to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the Province of British Columbia, and to waive any objections based upon venue; provided, however, that Blueprint will have the right to obtain injunctive or other equitable relief in any court of competent jurisdiction in order to restrain or prevent loss or damage to its property, reputation, interests or assets. You agree that any claim or action brought by you in connection with these Terms or your use of the Site or its contents will be brought within twelve (12) months of the first occurrence of the loss or damage on which the claim is based.

International Users

Any products and services offered through the Site are offered only in jurisdictions where they may be legally offered, and are offered only to persons to whom it is lawful to make a solicitation. You agree to comply with all applicable laws, rules and regulations governing your use of the Site, including laws regulating the import or export of data to or from Canada and your country of residence.

Miscellaneous

These Terms contain the entire agreement between you and us governing your use of the Site. The legal agreement created by your acceptance of these Terms is personal, and cannot be transferred or assigned by you. We may assign this agreement and/or any of our rights or obligations under these Terms at any time.

Our failure to exercise or enforce any right or remedy under these Terms will not constitute a waiver of such right or remedy.

No use of the Site or any Content will create or be deemed to create any partnership, joint venture, agency, franchise or other business relationship, even if your use is for a commercial purpose which has been authorized by us. You and Blueprint shall, at all times, be and remain independent contractors.

The provisions of these Terms are severable. If any individual term or condition is held to be invalid, unenforceable or contrary to applicable law, such provision will be construed, limited, altered or deleted, as necessary, to eliminate the invalidity, unenforceability or conflict with applicable law while endeavoring to preserve the intention of the provision, and all other terms and conditions will remain in full force and effect.

Blueprint may communicate with you by email or by posting notices on the Site. You consent to receive communications from Blueprint electronically, and agree that all notices, waivers, agreements, disclosures and other communications satisfy any legal requirements that such communications be in writing. You further agree that these Terms, and all correspondence and documentation relating to these Terms and your use of the Site, will be written in the English language. Vous acceptez que ces terms d’usage, ainsi que toute la correspondence et la documentation relative à ces termes d’usage, soient rédigées en langue anglaise.

If you wish to contact us with any questions, comments or concerns regarding these Terms or the Site, or to provide any notice pursuant to these Terms, please contact us at [privacy@thisisblueprint.com].

 

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