How should I behave at the festival?

Honestly, we try to keep the festival as relaxed as possible - so please act normally, be friendly, and stay calm. Please cooperate with security in general. Don't break anything and leave any trash. #cleanerthanbefore

How do I find my way around the festival area?

On our site plan, you will find important points for orientation.

Awareness - What does it mean?

The iXS Dirt Masters also has an awareness concept. The aim of implementing the concept is to make all visitors feel comfortable at the event. It is not about bans and restrictions, but about respectful and sensitive interaction. Especially at the evening events, there will be an awareness team, some of whom will be obviously recognisable and others who will simply be part of the guests. On the one hand, the team will serve as a contact person in conflict situations, but on the other hand, they will also independently intervene in possibly unpleasant situations.

What do I do if I feel harassed or bullied?

As at some other big festivals, you can approach festival staff, security and especially the crew at the info point at the iXS Dirt Masters with the phrase "Where to Panama?" They will then escort you out of the situation and take you to a safe, shielded area. Together, you can discuss the next step: do you just need a moment's peace, do you need a paramedic, do you want to make a phone call, or should the police be contacted for you?

Here is some more information we would like to give you:

  • Bringing alcoholic beverages is prohibited! Glass bottles are not allowed in the slopestyle area.
  • The security is instructed by the regulatory authorities to pay attention to youth protection regulations, so, for example, not allowed for young people under 16 to drink alcohol or smoke. Young people under the age of 18 are also not allowed to drink spirits or smoke.
  • Adolescents under the age of 18 are only allowed at the evening event if accompanied by a person with parental authority. Under 16s are not permitted to enter.
  • Driving unauthorized motor vehicles (e.g. pit bikes) is prohibited on the entire festival grounds.
  • Pyrotechnics, bengal fire and fireworks are prohibited and will be prosecuted by the police. This is solely for the safety of the visitors.
  • If you have to bring dogs, they have to be leashed.
  • If you have any questions, please contact the Info-Point.

Entry Questions

General Questions