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Safety & Health

We believe that good times are best enjoyed responsibly. The way we see it parties and festivals are vital to the culture of our generation; and our generation is vital to the future. That's why it's important that we look after ourselves and each other.
In the spirit of enhancing your enjoyment of these experiences, we've dedicated this page to providing useful information from reliable sources on how best to deal with potentially dangerous situations, substances and circumstances.
Be a friend to yourself and others

Personal Protocol

Here's a simple formula on how to prevent and deal with unwanted circumstances that may arise during events.

1. Listen to yourself

When you get that gut feeling and hear that voice in your head telling you something's not all right. Don't ignore it. Being self-aware is the first line of defence against the unknown and unexpected.

2. Know your surroundings

Pay attention to your own levels of moderation and recognize where you are (both internally and in terms of your immediate surroundings). Remember to treat yourself as you would your own friend who you care for.

3. Time to de-escalate?

There's an insistence on getting revved up for the experience. We tend find that sort of thing socially rewarding. But another skill, just as useful as getting yourself and others hyped, is being able to de-escalate the situation when the time calls for it. "Don't be kak. Be lekker."

4. Reaching out

Sometimes saying and doing nothing is a sure way to bad circumstances arising. This is especially true when you sense something is not cool. Speak up or reach out to somebody, even the nearest person around you if not a friend.

You matter to the world

Mental Health

According to the World Health Organization, mental health and substance use disorders make up 10% of the global burden of disease. Depression and suicide is the second leading cause of death in individuals aged 15-29 years. Do not ignore the signs. Help is out there.
Don't become a statistic

Crime & Safety

Theft, violence, spiking and other forms of unwanted behavior is a sad reality we face. Criminal elements are known to find opportunity targeting events and party-goers. Although most organizers do their best to ensure a safe and secure atmosphere by hiring professional security, one very important method of prevention is self-protection.
Here are a few useful tips to protect yourself and prevent harmful situations when you and your friend go out.

Do's

Eat well before you head out.

Charge your phone full or take a power bank.

Buy your own drinks.

Leave if you feel unsafe somewhere.

Make sure you know what you’re taking.

Water, water, water

Keep an eye out for your mates.

Don'ts

Never get behind the wheel under the influence

Don't get in a car with someone you don't trust.

Don't accept open drinks (from anybody).

Don't drink on an empty stomach.

Peer pressure is a weak excuse.

Don't overreach your own limits

No really does mean no.

Going the distance

COVID-19

Globally (as of November 2020) there have been 42 million cases, 1.14 million deaths and 28.5 million recovered from the Coronavirus or COVID-19. The global pandemic forced bars and nightclubs to close during the lockdown and perpetually wrote off to the events industry and music festival circuit around the world.
Governments are slowing putting in place measures that will see the return of social gatherings. But the return to normality will not happen over night. As events and nightclubs open up again it will be imperative that we abide by this measures to prevent the spread of the virus.
Wash your hands
Social Distancing
Wear a mask
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