Festivals are a great way to bring people together and create a sense of community. However, with large gatherings come the need for security measures to ensure the safety of all attendees. To ensure the security of the most successful festivals, Adelaide SA has put in place a number of measures to protect everyone involved. At Adelaide SA festivals, only luggage smaller than A3 in size is allowed to enter the venue.
Tickets can be purchased at the hotel ticket offices at the south and north gates, subject to availability. To avoid disappointment, it is recommended to book your tickets in advance. Under the COVID Management Plan, SA Health has made it a mandatory requirement that customers wear a mask at all times and in all areas, even when seated, except when eating and drinking. Children under 12 years old are not required to wear a mask.
Visitors must bring their own masks. When consuming food and beverages, both indoors and outdoors, customers must be seated. Bars and kiosks adjacent to active seating and hospitality spaces will be open. For customers who can only attend with cash, there are card exchange booths located around the stadium.
The MyVenue app can also be used to order drinks from your seat and pick them up at the nearest bar. Bicycles are not allowed inside the enclosure, however, there is bicycle parking in the Oval for those who choose to ride their bikes to events. Safety is essential at music festivals, concerts, soccer games and other live events. Regardless of the size or type of venue, appropriate measures must be taken to protect fans.
Event security typically involves a certain ratio of security officers to fanatics, with requirements varying by state. Security is usually provided by private companies or by the city itself. Visitors to the Adelaide Festival Centre venues no longer need to register manually with the QR code or with COVID-19. Trams run between Glenelg and the city, with stops located on North Terrace and King William Road (outside the Adelaide Festival Centre). Bus services cover the Adelaide metropolitan area and serve several bus stops in the vicinity of the Adelaide Oval.
Masks are not mandatory, however, it is strongly recommended that you wear one as you will be in close contact with other customers. The management of the Adelaide Festival Centre will continue to follow the advice of SA Health and adapt to any changes in restrictions. Adelaide SA festivals provide an enjoyable experience for all attendees while ensuring their safety through a variety of security measures. From requiring masks for all attendees over 12 years old to providing bicycle parking outside of the venue, Adelaide SA has taken all necessary steps to ensure that everyone attending their festivals can do so safely.