At Genki, in addition to Danish National laws, there a several rules that participants must abide by, in order to ensure that everyone has a good time at the convention.
Breaking any of these rules will, depending on severity, result in a warning or a ban from the rest of the convention. Several warnings can also trigger a ban. Breaking a law will result in a ban and being reported to the police.
- The Expo Hall staff has the right to limit guest access to the Expo Hall in accordance with fire safety laws, if the Expo Hall is too crowded.
- We ask guest to enjoy their meals outside the Expo Hall. Snacks and drinks in closed containers are allowed.
- Do not run or behave erratically in the Expo Hall.
- Staying close to the emergency doors are not allowed for longer periods.
- Be sure to have valid ID if you intend to buy items with an age limit according to the Danish law, such as hentai or gore.
- Do not purchase a metal weapon replica, unless you are able to bring it home with you immediately after; Genki does not offer storage of metal weapons.
- Do not loiter in front of a dealer booth or artist table; you are blocking potential customers. If asked to move, please do so without delay.
- Do not place your bags or belongings on a dealer booth or artist table, or worse, leave behind trash such as used tissues, candy wrappers, etc.
- Please do not share unsolicited negative criticism with an artist about their art. Please do share unsolicited positive comments. We’re all here to have a nice time, after all.
- To avoid art theft, photos centred around an artist’s table or specific artwork is not permitted, without consent from the artist(s) in question.