Yes the Festival is fully licensed – please do not bring alcohol with you as it will be confiscated and will not be returned and the offending patron(s) may be ejected from the Festival Site / Camp Site for the remainder of the Festival. Only alcohol purchased from bars at the Festival may be consumed at the Festival Site.
If you wish to consume alcohol, you must have a valid proof of age photo ID. You must be of legal age (18 years) to purchase and consume alcohol on the Festival Site. If you are found supplying or buying alcohol for a Minor you will be evicted from the Festival and may be referred to police.
Yes. All children aged under 18 years of age must be accompanied at all times in the Camp Site and Festival Site by a responsible adult, parent or guardian. Tickets for Minors can only be purchased with an Adult Ticket. There are three (3) categories:
(a) Junior Ticket 3 Years and Under: children aged 3 years (as at 15 March 2023) and under are admitted free of charge to the Festival Site and Camp Site.
(b) Junior Ticket 4 Years – 14 Years: children who are 4 years and over (as at 15 March 2023) are to buy a Junior 1 Day Festival Ticket, a Junior Full Festival Ticket, or a Junior Full Festival & Camping Ticket (as required).
(c) Youth Ticket 15 – 17 Years: persons 15 years and over but under 18 years of age (as at 15 March 2023) are to buy a Youth 1 Day Festival Ticket, a Youth Full Festival Ticket, or a Youth Full Festival & Camping Ticket (as required).
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You can bring a personal digital camera. SLR cameras are okay; professional photography equipment (eg telephoto lenses; any lens over 20cm; any detachable lens) is not okay and will not be allowed at the Festival without Promoter-issued media accreditation. Festival staff will determine in their discretion whether something is professional photography equipment so if you’re not sure, then we suggest you leave it at home. Photos of artists and/or the Festival are permitted only on the basis that:
Yes, there will be a First Aid area – refer to the Festival Map which will be available on the website closer to the date of the Festival.
In the event of an emergency, please make your way to one of the emergency exits and follow the directions from Festival Staff.
Willowbank Raceway and its outdoor concert area is a fully catered and licensed venue.
STRICTLY NO BYO FOOD OR BEVERAGE (including water) is to be brought into the Festival Site.
Free drinking water will be available at the water station.
You can bring in unsealed EMPTY plastic or metal water bottles or plastic or foam cups.
Any food or beverages confiscated by Festival Staff will not be returned.
Food is allowed into the Camp Site but no alcohol is permitted to be brought into either the Camp Site or the Festival Site.
The Festival Site is grass and bitumen/asphalt underfoot so we recommend you wear comfortable, flat shoes. You can wear steel capped boots.
We strongly recommend you bring suitable shoes or boots for wet weather conditions.
Pass-Outs for Campers:
You may enter and exit the Festival Site and Camp Site by shuttle bus during Gate Opening Times provided you keep your Wristband on at all times to gain entry back into the Festival Site / Camp Site. You are only permitted to go by shuttle bus – all cars parked onsite must stay in place until the Approved Departure Times.
Pass-Outs for Festival Patrons:
Pass-outs will only be available in extenuating circumstances.
Yes - prams are permitted into the Festival Site and the Camp Site.
Due to the Festival’s sound amplification, we recommend that all small children attending the Festival wear appropriate ear protection.
Prohibited Items include but are not limited to: