Hi everyone! Here we are with the convention schedule, and some useful information and happy news about it.
1 You can find HERE JIBWEEK detailed schedule and we are sure that you will be happy about two unexpected guests attending on Sunday. Drake and Jojo will be also at JIB11, as bonus guests.
2 We have a great news! Paul Carella will be with us at Monday Concert! We know that you will show him all JIB Family warmth as soon as he will go on stage!
3 You will receive a printed copy of the program while collecting your pass but please, remember that the convention is a live event, subject to unexpected changes. So please while at the convention pay attention to announces made by our staff, and written on screens and boards placed outside the rooms. Remember that you need to attend the convention for all days included in your pass in order to be sure you can have all your autographs, photos and extra activities.
4 You can collect your pass at reception desk whenever it’s open as specified in the schedule. In addition to that you can also collect your pass on Wednesday 22nd of February from 4.30 pm to 7.00 pm.
5 To collect your pass and extras please remember to bring a VALID ID DOCUMENT (one that includes your photo) and PRINTED* copies of ALL YOUR RECEIPTS (files on your phone/tablet won’t be accepted, we need printed copies). If you are attending both JIBLand5 and JIB11 please bring all your receipts because you will have to collect all your things at the same time. Please remember that you can’t have a friend collect your pass. Participants who are still underage also need to bring printed authorization signed by their parents.
(* no need to print all the receipt, just the first page with your data in it. You don’t have to print Terms&Conditions).
6 At the moment for events like ours, in Italy, there is no restrictions because of the Covid pandemic. Nonetheless, we ask all of you to put on a face mask as much as possible while at JIBWeek, for your own safety and for the safety of other participants, guests and our staff. It is not a big burden and at the same time it is an important way to protect and respect the people around you.
Thank you, and see you soon!
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