Ticket Delivery

Updated 3 months ago by Nacer

Print-At-Home Tickets:

Guests will receive tickets via email that must be printed in advance. Guests MUST have printed tickets in order to access the event. Guests will ONLY be able to access the event if they present printed tickets.

Guests are responsible for having their Print-At-Home ticket available to be scanned, and can distribute their Print-At-Home ticket as they please, but be aware that once each Print-At-Home ticket has been scanned it will not work again for admission, so distribute them carefully. The security of your Print-At-Home ticket is your obligation. If your Print-At-Home ticket is duplicated (via print or mobile), the first guest to present and have their Print-At-Home ticket scanned will be admitted into the Event. Any guest presenting a duplicate Print-At-Home tickets will be denied access. The ticketing company, its affiliates and clients, are not liable for claims due to a Print-At-Home ticket security breach, nor is a refund warranted should you be refused admission due to another guest having a copy of your Print-At-Home ticket.

E-Tickets:

Guests will receive tickets via email, that are valid for printout or mobile scan.

Guests are responsible for having their E-Ticket available to be scanned via printout or mobile, and can distribute their E-Tickets as they please, but be aware that once each E-Ticket has been scanned it will not work again for admission, so distribute them carefully. The security of your E-Ticket is your obligation. If your E-Ticket is duplicated (via print or mobile), the first guest to present and have their E-Ticket scanned will be admitted into the Event. Any guest presenting a duplicate E-Ticket will be denied access. The ticketing company, its affiliates and clients, are not liable for claims due to an E-ticket security breach, nor is a refund warranted should you be refused admission due to another guest having a copy of your E-Ticket.


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