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Would fixed businesses remain accessible during the Markets?
Yes, while the road
will be closed to vehicular traffic, pedestrians will still be able to access
the businesses on the street and the event organisers will ensure the footpaths
are kept clear to provide clear access to existing businesses. In addition to
this, signs will be installed at the entry to the street advising people that
businesses in the street will be operating as normal.
Will the event provide toilets for event patrons?
Event toilets will be
made available at 14 Ebenezer Place in the East Building and in the Belgian
Beer Café. Clear signage will be installed at the event directing event patrons
to these toilets so as not to impact other fixed businesses within the street.
How will amplified sound levels be managed during the event?
event will have a DJ playing amplified music to the market precinct. The event
organiser will work to manage the sound levels, adjust speaker orientation and
monitor the sound levels at each event. Where appropriate, adjustment will be
made to the set up and levels throughout the season. City of Adelaide will be
engaging an acoustic engineer to monitor the first event of the season to
provide base level data and recommendations for the event’s Noise Management
Plan for future events.
Will commercial vehicles be able to service businesses in Ebenezer Place?
the road closure no vehicles will be able to access Ebenezer Place.
Who can I contact during the event if I have any concerns regarding the Markets?
The event organiser will provide a hotline phone number during the event. Any member of the public can contact this number and 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 hotline phone number is 0439 184 020. The event hotline phone number will be operated from 3pm to 10:30pm on each event day.Alternatively, members of the public contact the City of Adelaide on 8203 7203 to lodge any feedback or concerns.
Where can I find out more information about the Markets?
information about the event can be found at www.easternadelaide.com.au, 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.a/community/spaces-rooms-venues-to-hire/upcoming-events/.
How do I provide my feedback?
What happens next?
We will acknowledge your
feedback either by email or in writing. Feedback will be considered by
Council’s Events team and will help to inform how we work with the event
organiser to deliver the event and minimise any unavoidable impacts on