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Everything you need to know about the Scene & Heard festival this Sunday

Set times, festival maps, hints and tips… It’s all here for your convenience.

Here’s everything you need to know to make the most out of your Scene & Heard festival experience.

Scene & Heard Tickets

The first thing you need to make the most out of your Scene & Heard festival experience is a ticket. And preferably one for your mate too.

You can purchase tickets by clicking here.

Scene & Heard Set Times

Here it is… Often the most important piece of info you need for a festival – Set Times!

Scene & Heard Festival Map

Know where you are and where you’re going.

Public Transport

NEWCASTLE BUSES & FERRIES

Normal bus and ferry services to and from Newcastle and surrounding areas will be running throughout the day as per Sunday schedules. Timetables and notices can be viewed on the following website link:

http://www.newcastlebuses.info/routes

TRAINS

Normal train services to and from Hamilton / Wickham Interchange train station will be running throughout the day as per normal schedules. A downloadable timetable along with further information will be available at: www.131500.com.au

Scene & Heard Car Parking

There is a main public car park area located near to the event site precinct.

The Event Car Park will be: Bolton St Car Park
Hunter Car Parks – Newcastle For all Parking enquiries: Phone: 0448 079 387
Web: http://www.huntercarparks.com.au/

Proof of Age

This is is an 18+ Event. Proof of Age identification will be required, and wristbands will be issued for those wishing to purchase alcohol at the event and all those who enter the event.

Things you CAN bring with you

Remember to wear suitable attire for the weather (hats, sunscreen if hot). Bring your ticket and ID. And you CAN bring camping chairs and picnic rugs.

What NOT to bring with you

You must NOT bring any of the following items into the venue: food or beverages including water (other than for personal special pre-approved dietary requirements)

umbrellas
non-collapsible chairs
large/oversized picnic blankets
gazebo/tent structures
eskies or picnic hampers
tables
video cameras or professional recording equipment
selfie sticks
glass
knifes, weapons, packages, flares or fireworks;
any object that could be used to distract, hinder or interfere with any patrons including a laser pointers;
any flags with poles;
animals (apart from authorised guide / companion dogs);
any dangerous goods; and
any other items deemed by management to be dangerous or capable of causing a public nuisance. Any items considered unsafe will be confiscated upon entry bag checks.

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