Code of Conduct
Country Music Alberta is committed to creating a safe and comfortable environment for all fans, staff, contractors, sponsors, suppliers, entertainers, event personnel, and members. Our organization is committed to growth, being a voice for positive change, and showcasing the diversity of our membership. As such, we have put the following code of conduct in place to protect all members of Country Music Alberta.
Country Music Alberta is committed to diversity and equity and as such we pledge to offer equal opportunities to all members and will not discriminate on the grounds of race, colour, gender orientation, nationality, religion or belief, ethnic or national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, or disability. All eligible members are encouraged to apply for every opportunity available to them.
Should the following (but not limited to) situations occur within the scope of Country Music Alberta, any and all offending parties may be deemed to be in breach of the Country Music Alberta Code of Conduct:
a) Behaviour that is deemed unruly, disruptive, dangerous or illegal in nature
b) Using foul or abusive language or obscene gestures
c) Intoxication or other signs of alcohol or drug impairment that results in behaviour deemed irresponsible or dangerous
d) Any illegal disruption of Country Music Alberta sanctioned events
e) Verbal or physical harassment of any patron, artist, event personnel, sponsor, or Country Music Alberta member
f) Failing to comply with any rules & regulations set forth by Country Music Alberta, or instructions given by event personnel
Failure to comply with the Country Music Alberta Code of Conduct may result in event evictions and/or possible criminal charges. Furthermore, Country Music Alberta reserves the right to enforce denial of event ticket sales, or services to any person and/or organization any time a breach of the Country Music Alberta Code of Conduct is reported and/or suspected.
We thank you for being positive ambassadors of Country Music Alberta as we continue to educate, support, promote and celebrate country music in Alberta.