By purchasing a ticket for Brew & The Moo 2019 you agree to and accept the Conditions of Purchase for this years event.
Brew Family will be held on Friday, October 25th, 2019 - gates will open at 5.30pm. Brew & The Moo will be held on Saturday, 26th of October 2019 - gates will open at 5.30pm.
Brew & The Moo (Saturday) is an 18+ event only. It is a requirement of ticket purchase that no matter what their age, attendees must bring photo ID to the event to ensure both proof of age and fulfilling the requirements of the Responsible Service of Alcohol. Inability to produce valid photo ID may result in you being evicted from the event. Brew Family (Friday) is an all ages event. Juveniles (those under the age of 18 years on the day of the event) must be accompanied by an adult (someone over the age of 18 on the day of the event). There is to be a maximum of four juveniles in the care of one adult. Once tickets have been checked all juveniles will be required to wear an ID wristband with the adult supervisors contact details on the wristband. It is the responsibility of the adult to ensure that all juveniles are under their direct supervision at all times. It is a requirement of ticket purchase that no matter what their age, attendees must bring photo ID to the event to ensure both proof of age and fulfilling the requirements of the Responsible Service of Alcohol. Inability to produce valid photo ID may result in you being evicted from the event.
There will be no BYO of food or drinks to Brew & The Moo or Brew Family. Security will be conducting bag checks before you are granted access to the event. Any contraband elements will not be allowed entry into the venue including food and drinks of any kind, illegal drugs or anything that can be used as a weapon. No passouts will be given under any circumstances.
There will be security at this event who will be conducting security checks in accordance with event requirements and legislation. A requirement of attendance is submitting to these checks, within the bounds of an attendees legal rights. If at any time an attendee become aggressive or violent to any member of staff, breaches of the Responsible Service of Alcohol or any other legislative requirements, or is found to be undertaking in illegal activities they will be evicted from the event without discussion. We advise guests that street drinking upon arrival or in the vicinity of the event will result in patrons being refused entry to the event.
An attendee may be evicted from the event for illegal undertakings, aggression or violence, the intimidation or abuse of organisers, performers, staff, security or other attendees, not following the instructions of staff, organisers or security or for breaching the Responsible Service of Alcohol requirements. This is not a fully inclusive list of reasons for eviction, and the final decision of continued attendance at Brew & The Moo and/or Brew Family is at the sole discretion of event organisers or their authorised representatives. If you are evicted from the event no discussion will be entered into. Evicted attendees will not receive a refund under any circumstances. Organisers reserve the right to enforce bans for future events and take legal action at their discretion.
The organisers reserve the right to change the bus pick up areas or times at their discretion and attendees will be advised by social media post on the official Brew and the Moo Facebook page (www.facebook.com/brewandthemoo). It is the responsibility of the attendees to be at the bus pick up areas with plenty of time to spare. The organisers take no responsibility for attendees missing the bus and organisers will not be responsible for arranging alternative transport. If you miss the bus you will not be eligible for a refund on your bus or event ticket. Bus ticket sales will cease 3 days prior to the event (22nd of October, 2019), unless sold out.
Attendees will be entitled to a refund in the case of an Act of God such as a cyclone or severe weather. Attendees will also be entitled to a refund in the case of a venue change, date change or artist non attendance. In the case of a refund being requested by an attendee, the attendee must contact the presenting organisation, Wrapped Creations, by phone on (08) 9144 4204 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attendees will purchase their tickets using the Wrapped Creations ticketing system and attendees are bound by the terms and conditions of purchase and entry from Wrapped Creations as event presenters. Full Conditions of Purchase and Entry are available at www.brewandthemoo.com.au.
The organiser reserves the right to alter the date, the venue and the entertainment and activities as advertised with written notice. If any act of an event is changed, an attendees ticket will remain valid for the replacement act(s). Attendees will not be entitled to a refund based on changing act(s).
No show by the guest at the event will not entitle an attendee to a refund.
The organisers reserve the right to change the conditions of entry to Brew & The Moo at any time, including, but not limited to, for commercial, crowd control or legal purposes. Changes will be made available at www.brewandthemoo.com.au. It is the responsibility of the attendee to know the requirements of entry for the event.
If you have any questions or queries about the Conditions of Purchase and Entry into Brew and the Moo or about the event in general, please contact email@example.com.