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2021 Cabaret Fringe Festival - 3rd to 13th June
Terms & Conditions
Cabaret Fringe Festival is an open-access festival and does not see or curate any of the works prior to the festival. All events are self-rated by the Artists and Events, and Cabaret Fringe Festival does not take any responsibility for an incorrect rating, or unsuitability of an event.
Unless an Event is categorised as a children’s event, the content may not be suitable for all ages. It is your responsibility to check the rating and/or suitability of an event for any children for whom you are purchasing tickets.
Please note, some venues may have liquor licensing in place that does not allow under 18s entrance past a certain time, even if accompanied by an adult. If unsure, you are advised to contact the venue.
A rating of 18+ is strictly restricted to patrons 18 or older. This could be due to content of the event or liquor licensing regulations at the venue. If you purchase a ticket that is for an 18+ performance and you are denied admittance, you will not be refunded the ticket price.
Dissatisfaction with the content or rating of an event does not entitle the customer to a refund.
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the program and its details, however event details, prices and ratings are subject to change wherever necessary and without notice.
All tickets include a $3.30 Customer Booking Fee, included in the advertised ticket price.
This fee is refundable.
All transactions made online at www.cabaretfringefestival.com and through TryBooking, may incur a web Transaction Fee. This fee is non-refundable.
Any discounted ticket offer does not apply to the $3.30 Customer Booking Fee. The discount will only apply to the ticket price less the $3.30 Customer Booking Fee.
All ticket sales are final. Cabaret Fringe Festival will not refund, cancel or exchange any ticket except in accordance with Live Performance Australia (LPA) Ticketing Code of Practice and otherwise as required by law.
Refunds are only permitted if a performance is cancelled, re-scheduled or significantly re- located (and you cannot or do not wish to attend the re-scheduled or re-located event).
If you are late to a show, the Venue staff may refuse to admit you unless there is a suitable break in the performance. In these circumstances, you will not be entitled to a refund.
If an event or performance is cancelled, your ticket may be exchanged or refunded via the point of sale.
If the ticket price is discounted after you purchase your ticket, you will not be entitled to a refund.
Refunds for tickets purchased by credit card will be refunded to that credit card.
Tickets purchased by cash, cheque or EFTPOS will be refunded by direct EFT deposit.
Cabaret Fringe Festival offers exchanges on tickets if all of the following conditions are met:
A $5.00 exchange fee is payable by the customer at the time of exchange, if the exchange is approved.
If exchanging into a cheaper performance, customers will not be reimbursed the difference in ticket price.
If an event is cancelled, no obligation is assumed by Cabaret Fringe Festival for arranging a substitute event. If the event organiser permits refunds, the customer booking fee included in the advertised ticket price is non-refundable. Refunds for tickets purchased by credit card will be refunded to that credit card. Tickets purchased by cash, cheque or EFTPOS will be refunded by cheque.
The right is reserved by the event organiser to add, withdraw or substitute artists or vary advertised events, ticket prices, audience capacity or seating arrangements and make other variations as necessary.
The venue’s management reserves the right to refuse admission.
No audio or video recorders or cameras may be taken into the venue or used without permission of the event organiser and venue management by prior arrangement. A breach of this condition may lead to the confiscation of all equipment and removal of the patron from the venue. Mobile phones taken into the venue may not be used for the purpose of recording the performance.
No drugs, weapons, food, glass containers, umbrellas or lasers may be taken into the venue.
Some venues have no alcohol or non-smoking restrictions. Refer to conditions of entry at the venue.
The event organiser reserves the right to film, video, record, photograph, broadcast or telecast the event.
TryBooking collects your personal information in case of an event cancellation or change. If you fail to supply sufficient and appropriate contact information TryBooking and Cabaret Fringe Festival are not responsible for failure to contact you.
In the case of any Government enforced restrictions, Cabaret Fringe Festival will be guided by the State Government of South Australia, SA Health, and LPA.
Changes to Events
Cabaret Fringe Festival and the Event organisers reserve the right to alter prices, audience capacity or seating arrangements on the advice of Government and State organisations in response to Coronavirus (COVID-19).
In the event of a Coronavirus (COVID-19) related government closure, ticket holders will be contacted via email and presented with options to remedy the cancellation. Ticket holders will have 7 (seven) days to respond to us, indicating which option they select. Failure to notify us of your selection within 7 days of the email being sent will infer that you select to donate the full ticket amount to the artist and/or venue at our election (refer to option 2 below).
Under the LPA Ticketing Code of Practice, Cabaret Fringe Festival is not required to provide a remedy if:
If you are feeling unwell with Coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms and hold tickets to an upcoming performance contact 0417834549 immediately to discuss your options. Cabaret Fringe Festival strongly discourages patrons to attend Events when they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms. We will work with the ticket holder to find a remedy in the best interests of both the ticket holder and the artist.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Conditions of Entry:
If you and/or the members of your group are unwell, or have experienced cold or flu like symptoms within the last 14 days, and/or you or any members of your group have been in contact with someone with Coronavirus (COVID-19) and/or have returned from interstate or overseas and have been advised to isolate, we ask that you do not attend any Cabaret Fringe Festival Event or venue until you are well again and/or have been released from isolation and cleared by Coronavirus (COVID-19) testing.
If you are attending an Event as part of a group, as the primary ticket purchaser, you are responsible for knowing the contact details of all attendees in your group. In the event you are contacted directly by the Government, including the Department of Health for the purpose of contact tracing, you must:
Venue management have a right to evict patrons who are displaying Coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms. If an eviction from an Event occurs, the ticket holder and/or accompanying group will not be entitled to a refund or exchange.
Ticket scalping is illegal. Tickets may not be resold or offered for resale at a premium price. Use of tickets in a manner which breaches any of these terms and conditions may attract criminal penalties.
The venues’ management reserves the right to deny entry to an event if you arrive late. Many shows have a strict no latecomer policy and no refunds will be issued if you are denied entry. Latecomer policies are in place to prevent disruption to the performers and other audience members. Shows will endeavour to commence at the advertised time, please ensure you are at the event well in advance of the performance start time.
Replacement of lost or stolen tickets is subject to approval from the event organiser.
Holders of valid concession cards are eligible for concession price tickets, where applicable. This includes seniors, students and health care card holders. You may be asked to show your valid concession card when purchasing or collecting your tickets or on entering the venue and may be denied entry should you fail to supply valid ID relating to your concession.
Companion Card holders are entitled to a complimentary ticket for their companion, when purchased with a paid ticket at venues affiliated with the Companion Care.
Updated 25 May 2021, 1:03pm