As of May 25th, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies to all processing of personal data. This statement applies to all processing done by the Music Stages Foundation. The Music Stages Foundation processes personal data in a careful and secure manner in accordance with any and all applicable laws and regulations. In our privacy statement, we will describe how we process your data and how you can exercise your rights. Download the privacy statement here .
You can access your personal data in order to correct, supplement, delete or hide it. If you have a question, comment or complaint about the use of your personal data, you are free to contact us. You can address your questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Music Stages Foundation maintains this website with the utmost care and to our best abilities. Nevertheless, no guarantees can be offered from the content of this website and the Music Stages Foundation cannot guarantee the completeness or accuracy of the information found on this site. The Music Stages Foundation is therefore not liable for any damages resulting from (or in connection with) the use of information found on this website.
Intellectual property rights
The copyright and other intellectual property rights of illustrations, texts and other protected material on this website belong to the Music Stages Foundation, or to the rightful owners of the material in question. Music Stages Foundation does its utmost to arrange copyrights according to any and all legal provisions. Those who believe that certain rights can still be asserted have the option to approach the Music Stages Foundation directly. At events organized by Music Stages Foundation, we make use of photos and videos that have been commissioned by the Music Stages Foundation. This material can be used for various means of communication including our website, social media channels, newsletters and printed material. If you prefer not to (recognisably) appear in a picture, you can make this known to the photographer at the start of the event.
PLEASE NOTE: Some of our regulations, as well as some general information about Stichting Music Stages have been made available in English, and an application may be submitted in English. However, all correspondence regarding the application process will be conducted in Dutch. In the event of any ambiguities or discrepancies between the Dutch and English versions, the Dutch text shall prevail.