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WHERE: Forth Recreation Ground, Forth, TAS.
WHEN: Saturday March 18th 2017.
SHOW TIMES: 12:00 noon to midnight. Gates up 9:00am.
TICKETS: $30 for Friday night ONLY (5 bands will be performing). $90 for tickets purchased AFTER 01 January 2017 (inclusive); this ticket will be for entry to both Friday Night & Saturday to the Festival.
Tickets can be purchased from devonporttickets.com.au or at the Forth Hotel. Child 12 years and under NO CHARGE. *** BUT MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT who holds a FVBF 2017 ticket. 13 to 17 are 1/2 the price of the adult ticket price, that applies.
CONDITIONS OF ENTRY: Festival organisers reserve the right to refuse entry to any person. Festival organisers also reserves the right to evict patrons for actions which may cause harm to themselves or others.
CAMPING: There will camping available at the grounds.
PARKING: Car park opens at 9:00am. Driving, parking and camping is at the patrons own risk. Please ensure measures are taken to promote your safety of others around you.
TRANSPORT & SHUTTLE :Contact Bretts Coaches for shuttle bus information and timetables. Phone 0418369 291.
The concert area will fenced off within the grounds and the following conditions apply:
PERMITTED: Sealed bottled water, nibble foods and point & shoot cameras only.
WHAT TO BRING: Deck chair or blanket, jacket, comfy footwear, hat and sunscreen. Cash, as cash only sales at catering and merchandising outlets.
NOT PERMITTED: No umbrellas, tables, glass, metal cutlery, or sun shelters. Bags, eskies or any items being brought into concert area may be searched at the entrance and unwelcome items will be confiscated.
ALCOHOL: The Festival is a licenced festival. STRICTLY NO BYO into the concert area. Alcohol will only be served to patrons 18 years and over who can show a valid ID.
FOOD: A wide variety of local food and wine will be available on site.
CAMERAS: No video or recording devices allowed …the Festival allows all still cameras onsite so get happy snapping.
FIRST AID: First Aid is onsite and ready to help your medical needs in any way.
EMERGENCIES: Please familiarise yourself with Emergency Procedures boards at the Festival entry and throughout the venue. In the event of an emergency please follow organisers instructions.