Consent Policy

At a Podcast-A-Palooza event no-one is obligated to take part in any non-consensual activity. Consent is always a priority for the team at Podcast-A-Palooza, and as an overriding principal we expect you to ‘Always Ask First’. There is NO exceptions to this rule – ladies, gents and others are responsible for their actions at all times.

If you are seen to be outside the Podcast-A-Palooza (or an individual) required expectations for consent, at any time, by anybody, you will be asked to leave the event.

Drugs and Alcohol Policy

Illicit substances will not be tolerated at a Podcast-A-Palooza event. If you are discovered with illicit substances the matter will be handed over to the police.

Podcast-A-Palooza practices the responsible service of alcohol. Any Podcast-A-Palooza event will have alcohol served as per the local legal requirements. Note that these requirements may change from event to event but will always be enforced to the local legal requirement. Should the venue have a standard that is above the local legal requirement, Podcast-A-Palooza will adhere to this. Additionally, alcohol will not be provided to anyone that Podcast-A-Palooza (or by extension the venue) staff deems to be unduly intoxicated or disorderly. A person may be taken to be unduly intoxicated if the persons speech, balance, coordination or behavior is noticeably affected.

Mobile App Code of Conduct

The intention of the Podcast-A-Palooza (PCAP) mobile phone app is to provide a safe and secure space for attendees to obtain information pertaining to the October 2020 event in Miami, Florida.

The mobile app will include the schedule of events, sponsor, host and attendee details as well as facilitate a chat function and notice board. The mobile app is not intended to replace existing dating site services and is for the exclusive use of PCAP registered guests only. Read More

Weapons-Free Policy

Podcast-A-Palooza (PCAP) has a strict weapons-free policy. If you see something, say something. Please call 9-1-1 if you see a person with a weapon, whether or not it may be legal for them to carry one.

PCAP is a private event and attendees are not permitted to carry weapons of any kind, including, without limitation, concealed or displayed firearms, or anything that may be construed by PCAP as a weapon onto the premises of any official PCAP event. Read More