FAQs

TERMS & CONDITIONS 



- We reserve the right to remove festival goers for any harmful or inappropriate behaviour that may make members of our community feel unsafe or affects the enjoyment of other persons at the event. This includes a lack of respect for physical & emotional boundaries i.e. non-consensual touching, discriminatory, threatening or abusive language or mannerisms.

- These Terms and Conditions (“T&Cs”) incorporate, and should be read together with Headfirst Bristol’s terms & regulations, which you can obtain at the point of purchase on their website. Your possession of this ticket constitutes your acceptance of these T&Cs.

- By purchasing any ticket, you accept to be added to our mailing list. This mailing list will not be shared with any third parties & will only be used to keep you informed on event information. You are able to opt out once you’ve received a newsletter.

- Tickets are only valid when purchased from Headfirst.Please be aware of ticket touts.

- This is an 18+ event, please do not purchase tickets if you will not be of age at the time the festival commences. ID will be required upon entry, this must match the name on the ticket.

- Please see the website FAQs for a list of prohibited items. If found in possession of a prohibited item, we reserve the right to remove you from the site.

- Guests must comply with the Covid-19 management systems and regulations in place at all times. Failure to do so may result in your entry to the event being delayed or disallowed.

- We do not condone the use of illegal drugs at any of the events.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

- Where are the venues?
En Masse takes place in three different venues over three different nights.
Thursday 16th September: Strange Brew 10-12 Fairfax St, Bristol BS1 3DB
Friday 17th September: The Cube Dove St S, Avon, Bristol BS2 8JD
Saturday 18th September: Trinity Centre Trinity Rd, St Jude's, Bristol BS2 0NW

What do I need to bring with me for entry?
You valid ticket purchased through Headfirst or through Trinity, and make sure it's the right ticket for the right night. A copy of ID to match the name on the Headfirst/Trinity ticket, or be with your mate who did the group a favour and bought all the tickets. A good attitude.

Is En Masse accessible?
Strange Brew and Trinity Centre venues are accessible, with accessible entrance and egress, and toilets. The Cube, given the age of the building, is not accessible. However, if you are keen to come we will work with the venue to see what access arrangements we can make happen.

Please contact us if you feel comfortable to do so to discuss any specific accessibility requirements, or if you have venue specific questions. We understand that accessibility can mean different things, and want to be supportive so all of our dancers can experience the festival. We are also here to learn in the case we haven’t got it right.

What are the covid rules?
Rules around covid and making an event covid secure are ever changing. We will remain as up to date as possible with current government guidelines and will operate under those guidelines.

In case that “normal” life has resumed, we may as a festival choose to maintain some covid safe practices such as sanitizing stations or wearing masks while indoors. In a collective effort to keep everyone safe, we encourage our dancers to self test before coming out to En Masse.

En Masse’s covid approach will be sent out closer to the event in a newsletter, so keep an eye on your inbox.

Your friend wants to buy a ticket, but we’re sold out!
Tickets will only be valid if purchased through Headfirst or Trinity Centre’s website. If you would like to buy a ticket but we are sold out, please do join the waiting list and resale queue on Headfirst. You will be notified once someone is looking to be rid of their ticket.

What’s happening in 2022?
The world is En Masse’s oyster. We still have hopes of putting on a green field festival which brings the industrial sonic experience to the oasis of a rural landscape. We are keen to be dynamic, continuously creative and putting on events that people are excited about. In 2022 we plan to focus our efforts toward festival sustainability. Keep an eye out on our socials as this is where you’ll first hear of any news for 2022 and beyond.

I’d like to get involved, how can I?
We are always looking to grow the En Masse family. Feel free to send over your CV, portofolio or mixes to info@enmasse.dance. We are looking to increase visual arts programming in 2022, so if this is you, we’d love to hear from you!

How will En Masse ensure dancers are safe and feel included?
Our dancers’ safety and comfort is of the utmost importance to us. We will remove any event guests for harmful or inappropriate behaviour that may make others feel unsafe or impacts others enjoyment of the atmosphere. If at any point you feel uncomfortable in your surroundings, we encourage you to speak to venue staff who in turn will make us aware so that we can be of support to the best of our ability.




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