Who do I contact for more information?
For enquiries, please call Sarah Maddock Event Consultant on 8203 7203 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What happens to my feedback?
All submissions will be collated and included in a report to Council to assist in making a decision regarding the event lease.
A report will be presented to the City Culture and Community Services Committee on Tuesday 4 September 2012 followed by the Council meeting on Tuesday 11 September 2012.
Agendas and minutes of the Committee and Council meetings are available on adelaidecitycouncil.com/council/meetings
How else can I provide my feedback?
Complete the Submission Form to provide your feedback. Submissions must include the name and residential address of the respondent, and will be included in a report to Council which will be publically available.
Council has a dedicated website that provides an opportunity for quick and efficient online feedback. Visit yoursay.adelaidecitycouncil.com for information about the project and online ways to provide your comments.
Alternatively comments can be emailed to email@example.com
All written submissions must be received by 5.00 pm on Tuesday 7 August 2012 and should be addressed to:
Future Music Festival
GPO Box 2252, Adelaide SA 5001
Electronic submissions are available online at yoursay.adelaidecitycouncil.com, or alternatively comments can be e-mailed directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Will access to Bonython Park/Tulya Wodli be affected during the event?
Access will be restricted during the set up and pull down phases of both Soundwave and Future Music Festival from Sunday 24 February 2013 to Friday 15 March 2013.
Alternate Pedestrian and cyclist routes will be provided and sign posted in advance of these closures.
The cycle path along the southern side of the River Torrens through Bonython Park/Tulya Wodli will be available throughout this period apart from the two event days – Saturday 2 March 2013 (Soundwave) and Monday 11 March 2013 (Future Music Festival).
Will it cost to attend the event?
Future Music Festival is a ticketed event with the average ticket cost set at approximately $150.
How will the Park Lands be protected during their stay?
In addition to the standard requirements under the event lease, the Future Music Festival will be responsible for minimising impacts on the Park Lands by following Adelaide City Council’s Standard Operating Procedures for Events in the Park Lands.
The event will be responsible for restoring the park to its original condition at the end of the event.
Specifically Future Music Festival has committed to undertaking the following Park Lands protection measures:
• Track matting or temporary surfaces to reduce vehicle impacts
• Fencing around significant trees
• Watering schedule throughout the event duration
• Areas where event vehicles will not be permitted
• Internal Traffic management plan implemented
Can I expect noise where I live?
Future Music Festival is required to abide by a Noise Mitigation plan for this event.
Residents in surrounding areas will be notified by the event organiser via a mail drop at least two weeks prior to the event detailing the event times and contact information for complaints or queries.
We will also be appointing an independent acoustic engineer to ensure compliance with acceptable noise levels.
Is parking available at the event site?
No public car parking is provided for this event, event organisers actively promote public transport. The event site is adjacent to several tram stops and event organisers arrange additional tram services on the event day.
The old netball courts in Bonython Park/Tulya Wodli are utilised by the event organisers for management and crew parking.
I have already seen a poster or advertisement for this event. Has it already been approved?
Approval for an event requiring public consultation is only given after the consultation period has concluded and Council has had the opportunity to review any submissions.
We discourage any event from promotions prior to Council approval.
In some instances, particularly national tours, there is a need for events to announce dates in each capital city. This however does not constitute Council approval for the event.