Saturday 2 March 2019
Gates are open from 11.30am till 12am.
BUYING A TICKET
Tickets available online HERE
Or Music Farmers will also have hard copy tickets available.
Tickets cannot be refunded or re-sold and lost tickets cannot be replaced. Please treat your ticket like cash – they are irreplaceable.
Due to new changes in legislation around the purchasing of tickets and scalpers, Farmer & The Owl will have a re-sale ticket facility available to legally re-sell your ticket if need be.
Occasionally changes to the line-up, playing times and playing days will occur. Farmer & The Owl may change the line-up , location and/or the date of the event without prior notification. In the event of change of the date or line-up Farmer & The Owl will do its best to accommodate special circumstances, however is under no obligation to refund tickets.
The Promoter and the Venue accept no responsibility for any loss, injury or damages sustained entering or within the Venue whether caused by the negligence of the Promoter or Venue or otherwise
You enter the event at your own risk
WHAT FORMS OF ID WILL I NEED TO GET INTO THE FESTIVAL?
Farmer & The Owl festival is strictly over 18’s. You will need valid identification to enter.
The following ID’s will be accepted:
– Current valid Australian Driver’s License (with photo) – Current Passport – Government Issued Proof of Age Card – International Driver’s License (with photo)
WHAT SHOULD I BRING?
- Fully charged phone
- Empty water bottle to fill up at drinking water stations
- Sun protection, sunglasses, hat, sunscreen
- Appropriate footwear must be worn at all times (thongs are ok)
- Something warm for the evening weather as it can get chilly. Umbrellas are not permitted so if it looks like rain bring a plastic poncho or raincoat instead
- A big fat smile, and good vibes
WHAT SHOULDN’T I BRING?
The following items are prohibited:
- Aerosol cans
- Animals (except guide dogs)
- Any illegal substances including drugs
- Balls, sporting equipment, bicycles, hover-boards, roller blades, skateboards, skates or scooters
- Club patches or jackets
- Disposable BBQs
- Eskies or chilly bins
- Fireworks, flares or sparklers
- Flags or banners
- Glass – glass jars, or any other containers or items made of glass
- Inflatables including furniture and beach balls
- Large prams
- Laser pointers – pens or lights
- Loud hailers, public address systems
- Metal cutlery, scissors or knives of any sort
- Picnic baskets
- Professional-standard cameras (with removable lens) and video cameras including go pros. Small still cameras are permitted
- Selfie sticks
- Soft drinks, cans, full bottles or any other non-alcoholic beverages
- Sound systems
- Studded/spiked items such as belts, wristbands or large chains
- Umbrellas, chairs, marquees or shade tents
- Water pistols
- Weapons of any kind including potential missiles
- Whistles, horns, musical instruments
- Any other objects considered by the Promoter and the Venue to be dangerous or capable of causing a public nuisance that could be used to distract, obstruct or interfere with any performer
Security will be present at the festival to make sure everyone has a safe time. Please respect security staff and event employees as you would your mates.
Police & sniffer dogs maybe randomly roaming the entrance and throughout the festival.
Bag searches will be undertaken before you are allowed into the festival. If you are found with alcohol or other illegal or prohibited items you may be refused entrance.
Farmer & The Owl festival is a licensed venue. This means the same rules apply as when you are in a pub or nightclub. RSA regulations mean that you may be refused entry or removed from the event if you show signs of intoxication, aggressive or antisocial behaviour.
IS THE FESTIVAL SITE ACCESSIBLE?
The site location of MacCabe Park is partially flat and majority is grass. This event has been designed with disabled access in mind. However due to the large hill in the middle of the site, uneven surfaces and boggy turf this may make access difficult at times and may prevent people with a disability to access the whole event, so we recommend attending the event with a friend or carer. Existing paved pathways within MacCabe park will be utilized where possible as thoroughfares and an accessible viewing area will be located next to the sound desk in front of main stage.
There will be a reserved drop-off/pick-up zone for patrons with a disability. This will be located next to the entrance, which is on Keira Street.
We have made a number of provisions to ensure our events are accessible to all. These include provision of a complimentary carer ticket, accessible entrance lanes and accessible toilet facilities (all careers must hold a valid NSW companion card). On show day our customer service staff will be available if you need assistance in accessing the concert site.
WHAT PAYMENT METHODS ARE AVAILABLE?
Farmer & The Owl Festival will have cash or Eftpos facilities available at all bars and stalls.
ATMs will also be available inside the event.
WHAT HAPPENS IF I LOSE MY WRISTBAND?
Your wristband becomes your ticket. There is no reason you should lose your wristband and wristbands cannot be replaced… So look after it! Anyone found without a wristband will be escorted from the festival by security.
CAN I LEAVE THE FESTIVAL & COME BACK IN?
There are ‘NO PASSOUTS’, meaning you will not be able to leave and re-enter the festival later that day. This is a restriction enforced on certain licensed venues by the NSW department of Liquor, Gaming and Racing.
Make sure you dress appropriately for the weather and take everything that you require into the concert when you first arrive.
WILL THERE BE A CLOAK ROOM?
There will be no cloak room at this event.
CAN I BRING MY OWN WATER BOTTLE?
Farmer & The Owl is committed to the ongoing reduction of single use plastic waste and litter
We will be partnering with Plastic Free Wollongong to reduce single use plastics at the festival. This means we will not be selling plastic bottled water and that we are encouraging patrons to bring their own drink bottles for water (your bottle must be empty on arrival).
Free water stations and bubblers will be available throughout the festival site to keep you hydrated.
MacCabe Park is conveniently located in Wollongong CBD and is in close proximity to major bus stops, train stations and well serviced taxi ranks. There will be a dedicated Taxi & Uber drop off/pick up zone along the Southern side of Burelli Street, between Church and Keira Streets.
Public parking is available on the street along Church and Keira St and there are multiple parking stations located within a two-five minute walk.
The closest train station is Wollongong.
The last train from Wollongong to Sydney departs at 3.20am . The last train from Wollongong to Nowra departs at 2.21am
Free Gong Shuttle
Take the Free Gong shuttle bus to stop 250033, along Burelli Street Wollongong.
The Free Gong shuttle runs every 20 minutes between 08:00 – 18:00 on weekends. Timetables and route maps available here