There are no cup deposits charged.
Together with your first drink you buy a limited Desertfest cup which you will get exchanged to new ones all the time.
Please make sure to put waste into the displayed trash cans whatever you want to throw away!
The nearest pharmacy is 300 meters walk away at Bergmannstraße 23, 10961 Berlin, Kaiser-Apotheke.
A cloakroom is available inside the venue.
Please make sure to pick up your belonging after the last band is done playing as the venue will be closed and cleared afterwards.
The sound volume of the shows may pose a risk of damage to hearing and/or health. We recommend that earplugs are used and these can be provided at the info point/wristband exchange and at the Cloakroom.
Taking pictures for private use is generally permitted : but only small difital cameras, analogue cameras and mobile phones with a camera function are allowed on the premises.
Prohibited equipment includes cameras with zoom lenses or a video function, as well as sound recording devices (MP3 / MP4 recorders, voice recorders, etc.) of any kind. As a basic rule, all recordings are prohibited, except for accredited press people who got the explicit permission of the artists and festival promoter.
The nearest ATM is available 100m walking distance from the COLUMBIA VENUES near the U-Bahn Station "Platz der Luftbrücke".
We do have some limited USB Charger possibilities available for you, should you wish to charge your phone or other devices.
We wish for a Desertfest of a good time for ALL.
For us, it is important that each person decides for themselves where the emotional and physical boundaries lie. That's totally right. We want to enable transparent and respectful interactions with and for each other.
It should actually be a given to look out for your fellows and to respect and adhere to their boundaries. Unfortunately reality is different, therefore applies:
No means no - only yes means yes!
We are against any form of boundary violation, violence and discrimination through sexist, racist, homophobic, transphobic, ableist, queerphobic or any other kind of inhuman attitudes, actions and statements.
These will not be tolerated, as it is of key importance to us to make our festival as safe as possible. We offer support to people who feel their boundaries have been violated and offer direct contact persons as support.
If you feel threatened, harassed or uncomfortable, or if you observe such situations, please contact the staff of the cash desks or the central merch.
Show solidarity and look out for each other!