Wow, 2020 really has thrown us some lemons! Due to COVID-19 restrictions on mass gatherings and large events we’ve had to become experts in the art of lemonade making and rethink the normal music festival site. The most important things have remained the same; same awesome festival location, same awesome lineup!
Lucky we have worked closely with WA health authorities to bring you a festival design that is as close as possible to the festival experience we all know and love. We have split the site into two separate festival venues, bringing you more food vans, more toilets, more bar lanes and more space to help you enjoy the fruit-tingling sensational music of Birds of Tokyo, Crooked Colours, Drapht and so much more.
What to dance? Sure thing!
Introducing the “Dancing Dot" dance zone! 2m circles safely spaced 1.5m from other circles will create a perfect “dancing dot" for you and your friends! Each “Dancing Dot" can fit up to 6 people from the same group, so you and your mates can have your own designated groove zone!
Get amongst it! Stick close to your friends and away from others. Who knows, maybe your “dancing dot" will out dance the one next to it.
The dancing zones are strictly limited in capacity so make sure you are there early to claim your dot if you want to be upfront and centre!
Don’t Stop the Music – Respect the Dot!
If our dedicated COVID Safety Officers or friendly security notice any unsafe behaviour or ignoring of safe practices, you’ll get a warning.
If unsafe distancing or dancing is happening en mass, we will have to stop any performance for a brief time until everyone is doing the right thing.
Changes to times
Due to WA Health restrictions, we have had to move the show back for one hour.
The festival will now commence at 2pm.
Already Purchased Tickets?
If you purchased your tickets before 27th of November you and all your friends have been allocated to the Injidup area!
The only on site parking available and limited to only 50 cars, roll up like a lord and park AT the festival AT Dunsborough Playing Fields.
Map and directions will be emailed to you the week before the show.
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At The Festival
- COVID conditions of Entry
- PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE FESTIVAL IF FEELING UNWELL.
- Special refund consideration’s will be made for people who are sick on the day of the festival and responsibly choose to stay at home. Please email enquiries to email@example.com
- You acknowledge that there is currently a respiratory illness outbreak caused by a novel coronavirus (“COVID- 19”).
By entering the Event, you warrant that:
- You do not have, are not awaiting test results for or suspect that you have contracted COVID 19
- You have not travelled overseas in the last 14 days
- You do not have any of the following symptoms: - a cough – fever – shortness of breath – sore throat – sneezing and runny nose – muscle or joint pains – nausea, diarrhoea, or vomiting – temporary loss of small or taste – loss of appetite and fatigue – any other cold of flu-like symptoms associated or linked with COVID19
- Every entrant to the festival may be required to scan a QR code supplied by the WA stage government for contact tracing. The event producer does not hold this information. We are doing everything in our power to host events during the COVID-19 pandemic. As such, we require a ticket holder to respect all procedures relating to peoples safety and advice from the WA state government nad CHO. This includes adhering to physical distancing, seating and dancing policies at the show.
- Please refer to the T&C’s for further information regarding conditions of entry.
- What are the Dancing Dots?
- The 'dancing dots' are 2m circles laid out on the ground to give you and your mates a marker for what physical distancing looks like. These circles can fit up to 6 people and are spaced a safe 1.5m away from the circle next to them. It is incredibly important that if you have been designated a 'dancing dot' that you remain inside this space while enjoying front of stage viewing. If you start to mosh we may have to stop any performance until everyone returns to their 'dot' and practices safe physical distancing! Don't stop the music - Respect the dot!
- What can I bring?
- Your tickets! Remembering these will certainly start your day off on the right track!
- Your valid photo I.D is essential as this is a licensed, 18+ only event. Your Australian drivers’ licence or proof of age card, or your passport will do the trick.
- Don’t forget your empty water bottle. For safety, no glass bottles allowed.
- Shoes. You must be wearing them to enter the festival. We highly recommend you wear sensible, closed in shoes to protect your feet on the dancefloor and in crowded places. While we wouldn’t recommend sandals or thongs as your choice of footwear, we will still allow you entry. Definitely no steel caps.
- We are encouraging everyone to bring picnic blankets and low-level beach chairs to set up. Take up your space and help us practice good personal distancing!
- Of course, bring some cash or your card if you want to enjoy food, drink or score some sweet merchandise from the band.
- Remember to check the weather and bring appropriate clothing. It tends to get quite cold in the South West once the sun goes down!
- If you have prescribed medication that you require to take at the event, please bring your valid script with you and declare it to security and gate staff on entry.
- There are no pass outs, so you’re allowed to bring a small bag. How small? Pretend you’re flying Jetstar to Bali and you only have carry-on luggage...
- What not to bring!
- Bad energy! Leave it at home.
- Professional camera and recording equipment or drones, tripods, monopods, selfy-sticks. By all means, bring your point and shoot cameras, but leave anything with a detachable lens at home.
- Weapons or anything that may be deemed unsafe by our lovely security personnel.
- Steel cap footwear will not be allowed entry into the festival site
- Umbrellas. These are a safety hazard and block the view. Please bring a rain coat or poncho if in need of rain cover.
- Food and drink; unfortunately we can’t let it in! If you have a legitimate severe allergy that is not catered for by our vendors, email us: firstname.lastname@example.org by 3pm, Thursday prior to the event so that we can discuss your options.
- Intoxicated people will not be allowed into the venue. If you are found with BYO alcohol at the event, you will be denied entry and/or removed from the premises.
- For safety reasons, we cannot allow moshing, crowd surfing, or dangerous/violent dance moves.
- People under the age of 18 will not be allowed entry. This includes your children, and babies.
- No Animals: animals are not permitted unless certified service animals.
- Drugs: if you are found supplying, consuming or in possession of illicit drugs you will be removed from the Event Site and will be referred to police.
- Flammable liquids, perfumes, aerosol cans
- Coolers and eskies
- Skateboards, hoverboards, scooters, bicycles, quad-bikes, or any other personal motorised or non-motorised vehicles.
- Unauthorised advertising and promotional material
- Food and Drink
- It is a condition of the venue license that we cannot allow you to bring food and drink onto the site.
- We have a sweet array of food vans which can cater for most dietary requirements.
- You can view the food vans and their menus on the info page in the weeks leading up to the festival.
- If you have a rare, legitimate condition that we’re not catering for, please feel free to email us; email@example.com
- We have free water on site so please feel free to bring an empty vessel to fill up at your leisure! No glass bottles allowed.
- You can find the free water point on the site map at www.gooddaysunshinefest.com
- We have a fully licensed bar which will be selling a selection of beer, wine, cider, spirits, softies & water. If you’re going to have a drink, why not make use of the buses!
- The venue is fully accessible. Please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a disability or mobility concerns and require any assistance
- Photography at the Event
Professional photography equipment (eg telephoto lenses; any detachable lens) is not permitted without Promoter-issued media accreditation. Event staff will determine at their discretion whether equipment is considered to be professional photography equipment. Photos of artists and/or the Event are permitted only on the basis that:
- Images are only used for private and personal use;
- images cannot be made available for sale and/or public display.
- Recording or filming the Event is strictly prohibited. The Promoter reserves the right to confiscate and/or delete any footage, recordings and/or photos created by unauthorised or prohibited recording, filming or photography.
- Professional photography equipment (eg telephoto lenses; any detachable lens) is not permitted without Promoter-issued media accreditation. Event staff will determine at their discretion whether equipment is considered to be professional photography equipment. Photos of artists and/or the Event are permitted only on the basis that:
- Waste & Recycling
- You’ll notice paired bins that are clearly marked around the site.
- RECYCLING: please only place recyclable materials in these bins (cans, water cartons, water bottles, cardboard). It’s a real bugger if they’re contaminated.
- WASTE: you can place things like food, perishables, and any non-recyclable materials in these bins. BIOPAK: We serve our drinks in compostable biopak cups. These can be thrown into the General Waste bins. They are made of plant cellulose and will break down overtime without leaving harmful plastics behind.
- We’re employing WASTE MARSHALLS to help reduce the waste at this show & we thank you for your contribution.
- Lost & Found
- Lost and found can be located at the Box Office next to the entry gates. Once the festival has ended all lost property will be taken from the site and delivered to The River hotel in Margaret River.