Rings Of Saturn
If you want to meet & greet, get a autograph or get married in front of the bands contact the bands or their management. We are not able to help you our here.
Here is list of what is not allowed to bring to the festival: your own food and drinks (except with a special diet or medication, after permission), weapons, sharp objects, pets, drugs (weed up to 5 gram for own
use is allowed, but please note: smoking is only allowed in the designated smoking area) and professional photo, film and sound equipment are only allowed after explicit permission from us.
Children up to the age of 16 are only allowed under supervision and provided with hearing protection! Selling items without our permission is absolutely not allowed. You are also not allowed to climb, fight or steal, in short: don't be an ass; if you are, you will be removed from the festival and you will also receive a bill for any damage.
Because we want to keep it fun for everyone, it is not allowed to come in club-colors for a football club or a motorcycle club, this clothing is not allowed. The same applies to extreme right-wing clothing. Leave it at home!
Wearing club colors is not permitted on Into The Grave. At Into The Grave we just wear black;) So no football shirts, motorcycle clubs etc.
Toilets are for free. If you pee somewhere else you will be removed from the festival ground and receive a cleaning fine.
You pay for food and drinks with tokens. You can buy them on site. The tokens can be paid with both card and cash. Please note, some cash registers are cash only and therefore you cannot use your card there. You cannot get extra money by card (but that is not necessary because you can pay almost everything - including merchandise - with a card).
We do not like single use plastics. You only use it once and it causes a lot of mess. For that reason we have been using hardcups for a few years. This costs a little more but it is much more sustainable.
How does this work on Into The Grave? With your first drink you pay an extra token for the cup you use. You do not throw this cup on the floor, but keep it with you. The moment you go get a new drink you hand in the cup and you get a new filled cup back. Pretty simple system right?
You pay 1 token for the cup. This prevents the plastic from entering the environment. You buy this cup and can therefore take it home with you. Every year we provide cups with the logo and line-up on them. A nice cup for the collectors. If you are not interested in the cup, you can throw it in a designated container. We then donate the value of your cup to the Plastic Soup Foundation charity.
Visiting the festival is at your own risk. Instructions from staff and security must be followed at all times. If you fail to comply, you run the risk of being removed from the site. Watch your neighbors. Think about your ears. Have fun!
There is a disabled-toilet on the festival ground. This toilet is near the main stage. The entire site is paved and you can enjoy a good view everywhere.
There is a special wheelchair route to the second stage.
The campsite is not accessible for the disabled. There is a disabled-toilet in the nearby petting zoo. However, this is locked at night.
We do not offer special cooling facilities for medication.