Any person, student, accompanying person, exhibitor, speaker, or media representative (each an “Attendee”) who attends this National Association for Music Education (NAfME) sponsored event (the “Event”) automatically agrees to the following Terms and Conditions regardless of whether they have submitted a formal registration.
Attendee agrees to abide by all fire, safety, and health regulations of the local, city, state, and facilities where the Event is held. Attendee must comply with all applicable federal, state, and local ordinances, as well as NAfME policies and procedures. Any Attendee who violates such rules and/or who behaves in an unsafe or careless manner while attending the Event may be removed and/or refused admittance to the Event, in NAfME’s sole discretion, without refund of the registration fee. Attendee shall refrain from any illegal or disruptive behavior that interferes with other attendees’ safety, comfort, and quiet enjoyment of the Event, including behavior that impedes or prevents accessibility services or requests, behavior that discriminates based on age, disability, race, ethnicity, gender, religion, political or institutional affiliation, or sexual orientation, and harassment of any kind. Any Attendee engaging in prohibited illegal or disruptive behavior, as determined by NAfME in its sole discretion, may be removed from the Event and barred from returning without refund of the registration fee. Attendee acknowledges and agrees that participation in the Event is at Attendee’s own risk and that in the event that a need for emergency medical service arises, Attendee authorizes and consents to such services being provided at Attendee’s own expense.
Attendees participating in this Event do so with full knowledge that they waive any claim they may have against NAfME and its officers, directors, staff, volunteers, and other authorized representatives for reliance on any information presented during the Event. Furthermore, by participating in the Event, Attendee releases NAfME, and its officers, directors, staff, volunteers, and other authorized representatives from any and all liability connected with Attendee’s participation, as well as from any liability related to changes to the schedule, events or activities to the extent permitted by law.
1. If a chaperone cancels 60+ days in advance of the event, they will receive a full refund of $500.00 minus a $50.00 administrative processing fee.
2. If a chaperone cancels 30-60 days in advance of the event, they will receive a partial refund of $250.00.
3. If a chaperone cancels less than 30 days in advance of the event, they will not receive a refund unless there is a death in the immediate family (parent, sibling, or grandparent) or a documented medical emergency, in which case NAfME will provide a full refund.
*Cancellation Requests Related to COVID-19: Individuals who have registered for the 2022 NAfME All-National Honor Ensembles and are unable to participate in the program due to their own positive test for COVID-19 (PCR test dated 48 hours or less prior to the first event date and provided for verification) may be eligible for a refund of their registration fee. For more information, contact HonorEnsembles@nafme.org.