All beer will be served in the official Taranaki Beer Festival cup in a 75ml taster or 250ml serve. All bars will close 30 minutes before the session ends.
Taranaki Beer Festival is an R18 event. A selection of non-alcoholic drinks will be made available including bottled water and coffee. Everyone will be ID’d if you look under 25, as per the law.
Tickets Sessions do sell out, so get your tickets early. There will be door sales on the day for the sessions that haven’t sold out.
No cash is accepted over the bars or at the food vendor outlets. Festival currency can be bought by cash, credit and debit card at the available AWOP station located inside the main indoor area, to “top up” before the sessions starts. If you have purchased a preloaded wristband this will be given to you once you have presented your ticket. You can top it up with extra Taranaki Beer Festival dollars after you are through the entrance
Refunds for unused dollars are available at the Awop stations inside the stadium and available until 11pm Saturday 2 April. For two weeks after the event refunds can be obtained here https://www.awop.co.nz (until 16th April) .
From time to time aspects of each annual Taranaki Beer Festival event will need to be changed due to unforeseen circumstances. Taranaki Beer Festival reserve the right to make any required changes without notice, and are not liable for any costs incurred by attendees or participants as a result of these changes unless otherwise stated.
HEALTH AND SAFETY AT THE EVENT
TSB Stadium is strictly a non-smoking venue. Smokers are required to stand outside the building, or in the dedicated smoking area in the “Outdoor Mingle Area”. Please note, no alcohol is permitted outside the venue (apart from the Food Village and Mingle Area.)
There will be a dedicated Safe Zone for intoxicated people and/or people in need of medical assistance. This area will be manned by security and first aid providers outside the main entrance door.
During the event, Taranaki Beer Festival provides the personnel to manage any emergency evacuation. In the event of an emergency, evacuation instructions will be given by wardens and also over the PA system. Wardens can be identified by their high-visibility vests and/or armbands with the words “Warden” on them. Visitors to Taranaki Beer Festival must comply with the instructions issued by the wardens.
CONDITIONS OF ENTRY AND ATTENDANCE
Taranaki Beer Festival is a licensed liquor event operating under strict regulations. We reserve the right to refuse entry if a suitable photo ID cannot be presented on request. If you are asked to verify your age with a photo ID you will be given a wristband to wear for the session.
We reserve the right to remove any individuals from Taranaki Beer Festival 2022 whose behaviour prevents other visitors from having a good time. Unacceptable behaviour includes, but isn’t limited to, intoxication, fighting and rudeness. Taranaki Beer Festival reserves the right to deny entry to individuals or groups wearing clothing featuring offensive imagery or slogans. The use of Taranaki Beer Festival intellectual property on clothing, for example, organised tour groups, needs to be cleared with Taranaki Beer Festival prior to the festival.
Alcohol cannot be consumed outside the main front doors or gates.
Festival currency sales stop 15 minutes before the taps are closed. Taps close promptly 30mins prior to the end of each session (10.30pm Friday session and 9.30pm Saturday session). A ‘Last Orders’ announcement will be made letting you know festival currency sales have finished.
Once you leave the venue you cannot be readmitted. If you choose to leave the venue through the main gates during a session, please understand that you will not be permitted re-entry unless you purchase a new ticket.
Promotional photos and video will be taken at Taranaki Beer Festival 2022 and by purchasing a ticket and entering the venue you give permission for your likeness to be used by Taranaki Beer Festival. If you do not want your image used by Taranaki Beer Festival in any future promotional activity please locate a Taranaki Beer Festival volunteer at the event and let them know.
RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR LIQUOR LICENCE
- You will be refused entry if you are intoxicated
- You will be refused entry if you attempt to bring alcohol into the venue
- Alcohol will not be served to anyone who is intoxicated
- Alcohol will not be served to minors
- Maximum of two alcoholic beverages purchased per service
- Bars close at 10.30pm (Friday session) and 9.30pm (Saturday session)
- Attendees must finish their alcoholic beverages by 11pm (Friday session) and 10pm (Saturday session)
- Attendees must vacate the venue by 11pm (Friday session) and 10pm (Saturday session)
- Sample pours (75mls) only available for any alcoholic beverage which is 10% ABV and over
- Standard pours (250mls) only available for any alcoholic beverage less than 10% ABV
- Free water is available via water stations throughout the venue as well as on all bars
- Low and non-alcoholic beverages are available at some Taranaki Beer Festival bars
- Taxis are available outside the entry gates at the end of each session or ask one of the event staff to call one for you
- A Safe Zone is available for you and will be marked at the venue
- Anyone requiring assistance in the Safe Zone will not be permitted re-entry into Taranaki Beer Festival
- Anyone deemed intoxicated will be asked to leave Taranaki Beer Festival at any time during the event
- There is zero tolerance for unruly or aggressive behaviour
- Smoking and vaping are not permitted inside the venue, please use the designated smoking location only, if you fail to do this you may be asked to leave the venue
- All conditions of entry will be strictly enforced
Were we require a 25% deposit due by 30th November 2021. Final payment will be due 30th January 2022