Information about Venue


Venue.show is a service available on the Internet at venue.show, referred to in the terms of use as Venue.

Venue is a digital music platform connecting artists and fans to create concerts. Artist is responsible for the informations given on their profile. In turn, Customer can use the platform features to find and reserve a spot at the concert. Venue does not give any warranty that the event will take a place as it’s using crowdfunding in order to gather the funds. In that case every user that have bought the ticket will get a full refund.

These Terms and Conditions apply to you as a Fan and Artist. By signing up for Venue, you agree to these Terms of Use under this agreement. The terms of use are valid in Europe. Users under the age of 18 may not use Venue without the parental approval.


Responsibility for the events create through venue.show


The Artist and the Fan are responsible for all agreements made through Venue. Venue is free from liability and obligations for unfulfilled agreements by either party. In that case Fan will receive a full refund for their ticket. Users are responsible for complying with Swedish law and regulations regarding VAT reporting, tax payments and other fees related to the sale and purchase of Services.

The Artist is ultimately responsible for the description of his Services and offers. The information published by the Artist must be correct, not misleading and otherwise compliant with Swedish law and applicable rules. Users are also responsible for the copyright and publication rights of the material published by Venue.

Venue does not accept that Users publish material or express themselves in Venue's channels in a manner that may be considered offensive, offensive, invoke illegal activity or inappropriate. The material published by the Users may not be harmful to, or unfair to, Venue. Misuse of Venue's services and functions is prohibited. Venue is responsible for the service according to the Electronic Bulletin Board Act (SFS (1998: 112)).


Immaterial rights


Venue has the right to use the material published by Users such as texts, logos, imagery and other material. Intellectual property rights are not transferred to Venue without remaining at the User and its partner. Other material such as texts, graphics, images and logos provided through the service are owned by Venue and are protected under copyright and other intellectual property laws. The database as a result of User activity on Venue is protected by copyright law.


Violation of law and Terms of Service


Venue owns the right to turn off Users who violate Swedish law or this agreement. Venue may refuse publication or remove published material if it violates these Terms of Service. In case of repeated violations or serious violation of the rules, a User may be terminated with immediate effect. Users who, through negligence, caused an economic damage to Venue are obliged to replace this. Venue ensures the security of the site through appropriate protection features. All violations of Venuel's system are reported immediately.

The material posted by User may not:
Contain malicious code in the form of viruses, trojans or the like.
Include spam, advertising, chain letters or equivalent.
Contain pornography, violence, or the like.
Contain violent opinions or referring to people's groups.
Include personal data that infringes / violates privacy.
Invite to illegal activity.
Be false, incorrect, incorrect or misleading.
Violate applicable laws and regulations or confidentiality.


Changed terms


Venue has the right to change the Terms of Service. Users are bound to keep up to date regarding Venue's Services and Terms of Service. In case of significant changes affecting User activity on Venue, changes are notified by email and / or on the Application. By using Venue, User accepts the current Terms of Service. If the User wishes to cancel his business at Venue, this can be unsubscribed from venue.show.


Price and fees


The use of Venue platform is free for everyone to use. Venue makes money only if the event is confirmed. Venue takes a percentage of the total amount of sold tickets. No fees are applied on neither Artist or Fan if the event’s campaign does not meet the goal.


Agreement Term


Users are able to cancel their account at any time. In order for the cancellation to be correct, the User must unsubscribe from www.venue.show. The user who terminates his account must be responsible for any overheads this causes Venue or any other User with which he has entered into an agreement.


Material, layout and text content


Venue owns the right to change the design, layout and functionality of Venue. Materials provided by User can be reviewed and edited by Venue. Venue, on the other hand, is not responsible for the material published by the User is in any way correct. If it is found that Venue's own or User's posted material is incorrect or misleading, the incorrect information is immediately taken or edited.


Rules for registration


In order to use Venue's services, Users must have a registered account at www.venue.show. Suppliers who register with Venue must be free to enter into agreements with Venue or customers who, in turn, purchase the Supplier's services. Venue owns the right to quality review suppliers and its offers as far as possible. Venue reserves the right to correct User profiles in those cases where the correction would generate better filtering functionality and search optimization. Venue reserves the right to place certain users in multiple categories and give people additional exposure if reasonable. Information associated with User Account must not be misleading or incorrect. The supplier sets the price of his Services in SEK. In order to receive payments, the Supplier needs to invoice Venue after performed event. In cases where the Supplier uses a third party for billing, a reference number must be entered. Artist and venue owner may not enter into an Agreement regarding a Service, exposed on Venue unless they immediately confirm this to Venue through the applications and fulfill the obligations arising from these Terms.


Specific Terms for Customers


Venue owns the right to transfer accounts receivable to third parties. Customer's payment terms or other invoice-specific commitments are not affected by any transfer of invoice cancellation.


Payment General provisions


When buying tickets through “Gigstarter AB” Venue offers its customers to pay by bank/credit card. Venue uses Stripe as their payment solution method. Well known solution for safe payments on the internet.


Personal and company information
Venue is personally responsible and is required to comply with the Personal Data Act. Contact routes to us are at the bottom of this document. As authorized to represent the Provider, you consent to the disclosure of your and the Supplier's Company Listings registered on Venue at www.venue.show. Buyer and Supplier are further informed that Buyer, Venue and its partners may contact the Supplier via letter, telephone, e-mail and SMS.


Cookies


Venue uses cookies to keep information about individual users activities at www.venue.show. The information is used for: to verify login. to automatically fill in relevant form fields for the user when visiting our websites. to check and identify the user in activity on our sites ("session cookies"). If you do not accept cookies stored on your computer, you will not be able to use Venue's services. By registering an account, you approve of Venue's cookies and can thus start using the service.


Discharge


Venue can not guarantee that the data on www.venue.show is correct, but strives and actively works to ensure that these data are as accurate as possible. Fans, Artists or venue owners do not own the right to make financial claims to Venue in cases where it has not been published correctly on www.venue.show. Venue is not responsible for the inability to fulfill its obligations under this Agreement due to circumstances beyond the control of Venue, including (but not limited to) flood, fire, war, labor conflicts, government regulations, injunctions or other public regulations, overload of the Internet, errors in other networks, and system failures or refusal of delivery from Venue's Suppliers.