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FAQ



Can I sit with my friends if we booked separately?

Yes, and to assist with this please tell Box Office the names of the people in your group and we will endeavour to seat you together.

Can I bring my own food and drink to the outdoor concerts and City Hall?

We are not able to allow you to bring food and drink to these concerts.


Both venues are licensed venues and to meet our Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) responsibilities patrons are not allowed to bring drinks on site. Free drinking water will be available at both venues and bar facilities will sell local beer, wine, cider plus soft drinks.


It is also part of our RSA responsibility to make food available to patrons. In order to make it possible for us to secure a caterer to provide picnic boxes we need to do our best to make it a commercially viable exercise. Allowing patrons to bring their own food would diminish this possibility and undermine our ability to meet our RSA responsibilities.

What are the Picnic Boxes?

Picnic Boxes are sized to feed one person per box. Of course you can choose to share though.


Meat option: Antipasto mix plus cured meats, garden salad with vegetarian frittata, fruit salad, chocolate and walnut brownie - $25


Vegetarian option: Vegetarian Antipasto mix, garden salad with vegetarian frittata, fruit salad, chocolate and walnut brownie $25

What are the venues?

Wednesday 24th February, BMEC City Hall, 105 William Street.
Cabaret style
If restrictions require seating based on the 4 sq metre rule there will be four people to a table. If the 2 sq metre rule applies there will be 6 people to a table with an increased number of tables.

Thursday 25th and Saturday 27th February, carpark behind The TAFE building, enter from the laneway on the left hand side of 85 William Street.
Cabaret style
If restrictions require seating based on the 4 sq metre rule there will be two people to a table. If the 2 sq metre rule applies there will be 4 people to a table.

Friday 26th and Sunday 28th February, BMEC Theatre, 105 William Street.

What affect does Covid-19 have on the concerts?

We will need to adjust how we operate based on Public Health orders in force at the time. This means there may be adjustments to seating plans to meet government requirements. If you book an allocated seat it is possible that your ticketed seat will need to be moved to satisfy CovidSafe requirements. We will make adjustments based on the order in which bookings were made and will try to minimise the impact any change will have.