Saturday 21 March 2015 – we will be enjoying the day whatever the weather.
Gates will open at 11am, alcohol sales will be from 11.30am to 5.30pm and gates will close at 6pm.
The event is located at Karaka Sports Park is on the corner of Linwood and Blackbridge Rds, Karaka (10min drive from Pukekohe and Papakura). There is loads of parking onsite, just follow the signs! Pukekohe Rotary Club are kindly helping us to keep the carpark organised therefore a gold coin donation to them would be greatly appreciated so they can continue the great work they do in our community.
Earlybird discounted tickets are now available for purchase CLICK HERE. Alternatively tickets can be purchased on the day at the gate (cash and eftpos sales with ATM onsite). Kids under 18yrs are free and are welcome to attend but only with a supervising adult.
There will be plenty of non alcoholic refreshments available but if you do want to drink alcohol from our local brewery and wineries, you must provide photo ID on entry to the site and receive a wristband. No wrist band = no service under any circumstances. If you have a wristband and are asked for ID in the bar zone, please take it as a compliment – that expensive moisturizer/eye cream must be doing its job.
This is a 100% non smoking event.
We are all there for a good day and we have a zero tolerance of anti social behavior. Any intoxicated, aggressive, abusive visitors will be asked to leave and if necessary escorted from the grounds.
Please ensure you are sun smart – sunblock, hat, sun glasses etc. Nobody wants to be the bad kind of lobster....
The St Johns team will be onsite if you require assistance.
You may not bring any beverages or food into the event – these things will be confiscated prior to entry and bags may be searched. We try and cater for a variety of dietary requirements but if you have any queries just get in touch with us.
Large market umbrellas and gazebos are not allowed on site, shade will be provided but you are welcome to bring a blanket, low chairs or beanbags to sit and enjoy the live music.
Remember to be a tidy Kiwi!