Disclaimer of Liability
A Force Majeure event shall mean any causes beyond a SJC’s reasonable control, including labor disputes, civil commotion, war, riots, fires, floods, earthquakes, inclement weather, governmental regulations or controls, pandemic, epidemics, local disease outbreaks, public health emergencies, quarantines, casualties, strikes, site closures, the unavailability of labor or materials to the extent beyond the control of the event organizers, embargoes, civil strife, acts of terrorism, or acts of God, in addition to any and all other events regardless of their dissimilarity to the foregoing, deems to render performance of the Agreement impracticable or impossible under the law, in which event the nonperforming party shall be excused from its obligations for the period of the delay.
No event organizers, entertainers, or any persons attached to the production of these event(s) (hereafter all referred to as SJC) shall be responsible or liable for any failure, delay or change in the performance of its obligations under this Agreement if such failure, delay or change is on account of a Force Majeure Event.
SJC organizers shall use reasonable efforts to notify all other party of a Force Majeure event and its anticipated effect on event production and scheduling within 5-7 business days of its occurrence. SJC shall communicate with other party periodic reports of progress of the Force Majeure event. SJC shall communicate with other party of any cancellation, postponement or change in product/service due to the Force Majeure event.