Attendees assume all risk and danger incidental to attendance of this event (in any capacity) and release the owners of White Mountain Lodge and C-Weed Entertainment Promotions and their close corporations, employees, suppliers, sponsors or representatives from any and all liabilities, damages, costs and expenses arising from any cause whatsoever. This includes but is not limited to any damage, theft or loss of property or earnings, as well as any death or injury or damage to any person within the premises of White Mountain Lodge before, during or after the festival. The organisers can also not be held responsible for poor weather, water or power interruptions, the failure of artists to perform, or any other unforeseen circumstances that may occur. Right of admission is reserved.


Persons younger than 18 will only be allowed into the festival if they are under parental supervision.

Alcohol is not for sale to persons under the age of 18.  Anyone found supplying alcohol to an underage person will be asked to leave the festival.

Festival-goers may drink their own alcohol in the campsites and chalets but may NOT take it into the main entertainment area.  And please remember the festival’s no-glass policy!

An 18+ age restriction will apply to persons entering the bar area (Tom’s Tavern) situated in the main building at White Mountain Lodge.  Alcohol may also not be taken into this area or the adjoining lounge and restaurant.

Young children should be supervised at all times, especially near the swimming pool and dam.  People swim entirely at their own risk!

No car boot music, vuvuzelas or sirens are allowed in the festival site.  Please be courteous and considerate to other festival-goers and don’t forget the 2am noise curfew!

The festival is not pet-friendly and no animals are allowed except for guide dogs.

As there is a risk of runaway fire, sky lanterns, fireworks and open wood or charcoal braais and campfires are unfortunately not allowed.  Gas cooking equipment is permitted though and there will also be communal braai areas and fire pits.  Be alert at all times and if you see any unattended fires, please put them out or call the 24-hour festival number listed in your programme.

Please don’t block thoroughfares or emergency vehicle access, especially in the festival campsite.

Please respect the environment by disposing of rubbish and leaving the festival site the way you found it.

Feel free to swim, fish and tube in the dam, but please do not use soap or shampoo or pollute the water in any way.

Motorcycles and quad bikes may not be ridden on the premises.

Although there is 24-hour security, please safeguard all valuables (gas appliances, cameras etc) when away from your campsites or chalets. Any incidents should immediately be reported to security or the all-hours festival number.

No firearms, weapons, illegal substances, violent, offensive or dangerous behaviour, unauthorised solicitations, sampling or giveaways will be tolerated at White Mountain and offenders will be dealt with by the necessary authorities. Vehicles, bags, tents and possessions may be searched upon entry and during the event to ensure the safety of festival-goers.

No professional photography equipment, drone cameras, audio recording devices or video cameras are permitted without official accreditation.

Attendees consent to filming, photographing and sound recording as members of the audience.

For logistical reasons, there are unfortunately no ATM facilities at White Mountain, so please make sure you bring enough cash with you. Alternatively you can make use of the ATMs in Estcourt.

24-hour medical assistance will be available on-site.