FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
To avoid getting stuck in traffic, we strongly encourage you to catch the free bus to and from the event (buses are first in best dressed).
TOWN TO FESTIVAL
The bus leaves from stop D4 on the eastern side of Elizabeth Street outside Hobart Town Hall.
Between 10:30am-6pm the bus will be departing approximately every 30 minutes
FESTIVAL TO TOWN
The bus leaves from outside the festival entrance and drops off on Elizabeth St in the City.
This bus leaves regularly between 9:30pm-11pm.
Please direct your ride to drop you off outside the Tasmanian Hockey Centre, at the end of Bell St.
All pick ups should occur at the Tasmanian Hockey Centre car park
Ubers – If you are ordering an Uber to pick you up, the pin should automatically drop at the designated pickup/drop off spot. If not, please make sure you set the pin for this location to avoid you and your driver being unable to find each other.
Taxi – There will also be a taxi rank at this location, but if calling a Taxi, please direct them to pick you up at the end of Bell St outside the Tasmanian Hockey Centre.
Private Car Pick Up – Make sure you instruct your driver to pick you up from this location. They will not be able to pick you up outside the festival grounds and will risk getting stuck in traffic and one way roads if they try to do so.
If you do decide to drive to the festival, please park in the designated parking area. Do not drive into Cornelian Bay as you will not be able to park there and it will cause congestion. We also want to keep the residents in the area happy so please use the car park rather than crowding the streets.
The car park is located at Queens Walk Oval (off Risdon Rd). Chuck this in your GPS to get to the right location.
STRICTLY NO PARKING AT THE HOCKEY CENTRE
This event will comply with whatever the COVID requirements are at the time of the event. Be prepared to follow any restrictions required.
– Check in Tas to enter the festival
– Do not attend if unwell or required to isolate
– All the usual hygiene things – wash, sanitise and remain 1.5 where possible
NO LONGER REQUIRED
– Masks – although we ask that you consider doing so anyway
– Vaccination – although we strongly advise you ensure your vaccinations are up to date
– No restrictions on dancing, standing and drinking or zones.
What happens if there is a lock down? The show must go on… but at a later date. You will be given the option to hang on to your ticket until the rescheduled show or receive a refund.
- The site is wheelchair accessible and will include an accessible viewing platform
- Accessible car parks are available close to the venue entrance
- Companion cards accepted
- WARNINGS – bright and flashing lights will be utilised on stage
- Don’t hesitate at all to contact us if you have any questions or requests – [email protected]
This is an all ages event. Anyone under the age of 18 must arrive at the gate and remain with their guardian for the duration of the event. Children 12 and under will require a youth ticket.
Anyone under the age of 18 will need to arrive at the gates with a parent/guardian or a responsible adult over the age of 21 and remain with them at all times throughout the event.
There is an exception for a sibling who is 18+ acting as a guardian. You will need to prove you are siblings/step siblings at the gate.
Parents/Guardians may only be responsible for a maximum of 3 underage patrons
Any underage patrons found drinking alcohol will be asked to leave the event along with their guardian and any other minors the guardian is responsible for.
Any teenagers found without their guardian may have their parents called and asked to leave the event.
Valid ID is required to receive an 18+ wristband.
- Driver’s licence issued in Australia
- Firearms licence;
- Keypass identity card
- A document issued by a Federal, state or territory government department that shows the holder’s name, photograph and age.
More details can be found here.
- Illicit substances
- Glass (small items such as make up bottle ok)
- Hard eskis (cooler bags ok)
- Fireworks or flares
- Gas cookers or stoves
- Guns, knives or other weapons
Yes, you may. The best and safest way to sell a ticket is via Tixel. Tixel protects both buyers and sellers from fraudulent sales. If someone refuses to sell through Tixel it is a pretty safe bet that they are a ticket scammer.
Children 12 and under will need a Youth ticket (which is cheaper than a GA ticket). Babies (not yet walking) are free.