We want to create a festival with you where we can all celebrate away from discriminatory behavior - without losing sight of the consideration of togetherness. We want to sensitize for the individual limits of each person and make sure that Ferropolis is a place where everyone can feel comfortable.

  • We do not tolerate racist, sexist and/or other discriminatory behavior.
  • We treat each other with respect and respect each other's boundaries and sensibilities.
  • We look out for each other and help each other.
  • We do not judge anyone, whistle or shout after anyone.
  • We want to celebrate peacefully together and solve problems non-violently.
  • We do not harass anyone.

We want all of us to enjoy the FULL FORCE away from sexism, racism and any form of discrimination and violence and focus on a shared, self-determined festival experience.


To this end, we are continuing our initiative from previous years: Once again, "Which way to Panama?" will be the code word you can use to contact our employees. If you have experienced transgressive behavior or feel uncomfortable, you will recognize all those involved by the pink vests ("Pink Jackets") or the pink button with the eye logo.

We take you to a calmer place - to "Panama" - find solutions together and are there for you as long as you need us.

You can recognize our awareness team by the pink jackets. You can meet the "Pink Jackets" around the clock in Panama or mobile on the festival area. They will be happy to help you with any problems or questions you may have and will work with you to find suitable solutions.

IMPORTANT: Inform everyone you know and are attending the festival with about "Where to go Panama?"  at FULL FORCE - That way, each person knows how to call for help, and we'll all look out for each other a little more right away <3.

If you have questions about our Awareness team, feel free to contact us via