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What is the East End Wine Down?
East End Wine Down is the biggest laneway taste festival in the East End of Adelaide. With over 100 of South Australia’s leading wines to sample, as well as delicious street food from the East End precinct and music. It is the perfect way to enjoy the atmosphere on a Saturday afternoon in the Adelaide’s East End.
How will stakeholders be notified of this event?
All residents and businesses residing in the surrounding area would be notified of the upcoming event via a letterbox drop organised by the event organiser at the end of February 2020. Included in the letter will be an event hotline telephone number.
This event hotline telephone number is provided by the event organiser should a member of the public wish to lodge any feedback or concerns during the event.
Who can I contact during the event if I have any concerns regarding the event?
People can use the hotline number to contact the event organiser during the event. Any member of the public can use this number to provide their feedback to the event organiser. It is the responsibility of the event organiser to consider all feedback provided and take any necessary actions to remedy the issue. The event hotline phone number will be operated for the duration of the event.
Alternatively, members of the public contact the City of Adelaide on 8203 7203 to lodge any feedback or concerns.
Will fixed businesses remain accessible during the event?
Yes, while the road will be closed to vehicular traffic, pedestrians will still be able to access the businesses on each street. Event organisers will ensure that footpaths are kept clear to provide maintain access. Signage at the entry to the street will also advise people that businesses are still operating.
Please refer to the consultation pack for each event for further details.
Would fixed businesses remain accessible during the East End Wine Down?
Yes, while the road will be closed to vehicular traffic, pedestrians will still be able to access the businesses on Vardon Avenue and the event organisers will ensure the footpaths are kept clear to provide clear access to existing premises.
Will commercial vehicles be able to service businesses within the Road Closures?
During the road closure no vehicles (authorised vehicles exempt) will be able to access the closed portion of road.
Where can I find out more information about the East End Wine Down event?
Further information about the event can be found at https://www.facebook.com/EASTENDWINEDOWN/. If the event is approved the event organisers are invited to list details under the ‘What’s On’ section of the City of Adelaide website at www.cityofadelaide.com.au/whats-on or the events dashboard at www.cityofadelaide.com.au/community/spaces-rooms-venues-to-hire/upcoming-events/
Who can I contact during the event if I have any concerns?
Is Skating At still going to be delivered in Victoria Square / Tarntanyangga as part of their multi-year event licence?
Skating At has chosen to not continue with their approved multi-year event licence which means that Skating At will not be delivered in Victoria Square.
What is the role of the Adelaide Park Lands Authority (APLA)?
APLA undertakes a key policy role with respect to the advocacy and promotion of the values of the Park Lands and their management and protection. They also have a role in providing comments or advice in relation to the granting or operation of any lease, licence or other form of grant of occupation within the Adelaide Park Lands.
Where can I find more information about the proposed winter festival?