Saturday, March 4, 2023 – 10am – 6pm
Sunday, March 5, 2023 – 10am – 4pm
Please note the early bird ticket pricing closed on February 14.
Go to www.mebourneguitarshow.com.au/tickets for details of ticket prices.
No matter the price, we promise it is the best value around! Kids under 12 are free and student and concession tickets are available.
You can buy tickets at the door. Pre-purchased online tickets might get you in quicker particularly before 1pm, and tickets now are the same price whether purchased online or at the Door.
Entry to the show is via Gate 2 (near corner of Station Street and Kambrook Road
From the Caulfield Station proceed along Station Street for 400 metres. (the main entrance near the Glasshouse is closed due to construction works).
If accessing from the Infield Car Park, use the tunnel under the track for access to the Pavilion. Car Parking attendants will direct you.
It is a condition of entry to the show that security staff may check bags, cases, cartons and other containers that could reasonably be expected to conceal goods that have not been authorised to leave the premises. Goods purchased at the show will only be authorised to leave the premises if they are accompanied by a receipt or authority issued by the exhibitor that sold the goods.
Patrons are requested not to bring their personal instruments to the show unless they have a particular purpose for it during the visit.
Every Hour we turn off the noise for 15 minutes giving everyone a chance to talk and have some quiet times – a bell will ring signaling no amplified noise for 15 minutes.
We recommend that parents bringing their children give thought to ear protection. In the downstairs areas noise levels can get loud. A limited supply of ear plugs will be available for purchase at the show.
Directions to Caulfield Racecourse with public transport
The following transport lines have routes that pass near Caulfield Racecourse
This will be updated in accordance with any changes to Government Guidelines prior to the event. There are no regulations at present.
The Australian Music Association, organiser of the Melbourne Guitar Show, will ensure the event is run in accordance with all Government Guidelines current at the date of the event.
COVID is still out there so we suggest the following guidelines should be considered;
• If you are unwell – please stay at home
• If you display any symptoms or have tested positive for COVID-19 – Please stay at home
• If you are a close contact of a positive person, we suggest you take a Rapid Antigen Test prior to attending, and only attend if you receive a negative result.
At current, there is no regulation to wear Masks at the MGS2023 venue. If it is mandated by the Victorian Government, at the time of the Melbourne Guitar Show, that Masks are to be worn inside the venue, the venue and event security and event staff will guide patrons.
Regardless of current regulations, we recommend wearing a mask if you:
• have any COVID-19 symptoms, or
• are with people who may be vulnerable to COVID-19.
Benefits of wearing a face mask
Wearing a face mask can help protect you and those around you. Face masks can stop viruses spreading in the air when you talk, cough, sneeze and laugh, which lowers your chance of spreading or catching the virus.
Cleaners will be present throughout the event and will regularly clean and sanitise all high touch areas.
Visitor Number Restrictions
At the time of the issue of this prospectus, the Victorian Government has lifted all restrictions on visitor numbers.
Security will manage the entry of Visitors, if required, to comply with any change to Government regulations that would apply at the time of the event.
If you feel Unwell
If any Visitors, Exhibitors, Contractors or Event Staff become unwell while in attendance at the event you should immediately alert the Event Organiser at the Information Booth or the nearest Event Security Guard. If first aid is required our St Johns Ambulance team will be on site.
Services Victoria COVIDSafe Check-In QR Code and App
At present, there is no regulation to Check-In at this venue. Should this change prior to the event, this will be updated with Government regulations.
All attendees are reminded to follow COVIDSafe Guidelines from the DHHS. These can be found at https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/how-stay-safe-and-well-covid-19
Australian Music Association (AMA) Contact
AMA Organiser of the 2023 Melbourne Guitar Show can be contacted on 0424 902321 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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