AGE LIMIT / PROTECTION OF MINORS / CHILDREN

At SUMMER BREEZE Open Air, the German Law for the Protection of the Youth applies.

Ages from 0 to 6 inclusively

Admittance:
Concert area: no admittance
Camp site: only with legal guardian

Ages from 7 to 15 inclusively

Admittance:
Concert area: only with legal guardian or person having the care and custody of the 
child
Camp site: only with legal guardian or person having the care and custody of the 
child

Ages from 16 to 17 inclusively

Admittance:
Concert area (from 24:00): only with legal guardian or person having the care and custody of the 
child
Camp site (from 24:00): only with legal guardian or person having the care and custody of the 
child
Youths between 16 and 17 years of age without their parents, legal guardians or custodians must leave the festival site (including the concert area and camp site) before 24:00!

Legal guardian

Parent or guardian appointed by law.

Person having the care and custody of the child

Parent, guardian or third person to whom the parent or guardian has transferred custody for the duration of the festival.
If a youth is accompanied by a third person, they must have a written “agreement for custody” issued and signed in a legally binding way. This has to be carried at all times along with the personal ID. Failure to produce said document upon request may lead to expulsion by police. The homeward journey must be guaranteed for the accompanied youth.
We expressly point out that the legal guardians, normally the parents, must in all conscience decide who may temporarily assume the responsibility for education and to which extent it is transferred. The person to whom this mandate is transferred must also be aware of the responsibility it implies. Please note: Care and custody for more than one minor may be transferred to one person!
The agreement can be downloaded HERE!
The prohibition to drink any type of alcohol, including alcopops, under the age of 18 is still in effect!

Children of up to 12 years of age have free access when presenting the child’s and one of the parents’ Ids. 

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