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The Location

Only a few blocks from the heart of the city, The Domain Regatta Grounds, Hobart is the waterfront location for The Soundscape doesn't get anymore central than that folks. Throw in 180 degree water views and Mt Wellington as a backdrop and the scene is set for what promises to be an unforgettable experience.

The Stages

Located at the northern end of the Domain Regatta Grounds, the Main stage is perfectly positioned at the bottom of the gently sloping grassy parklands, providing every patron with an excellent vantage point. Keeping the live music action flowing seamlessly throughout the day, the Derwent Stage offers panaoramic river views for when you're not looking at the bands!

The Soundscape bar

The Soundscape bar is conveniently located meaning you're never to far from the action even when ordering an icy beverage. The monster bar means you can rely on getting your drinks fast from one of the many friendly bar staff. There will be plenty of icy beer on tap, as well as a fine selection of spirits, wines, soft drinks and water. (The Soundscape Bar will be open between 1:00pm - 11:00pm).

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Ample catering for all tastes will be available on site. The food court offers a wide range of choices from hot chips to fine cuisine.

Getting there & away

The Domain Regatta Grounds is located along the Eastern side of the Tasman Highway and Liverpool Street junction, only a few blocks East of Hobart's CBD area. Vehicular access to the Regatta Grounds will be restricted to event staff, artists and contractors only. All patrons will need to park on the city side of the Tasman Highway - details of recommended parking areas will be posted on the Soundscape Festival website leading up to the event. Metro busses will be running on the day of the festival and details regarding timetables for the 9th of January 2010 can be found at The Soundscape Festival is a fully licensed event and we strongly advise any patrons planning on enjoying a few drinks to make use of public transport for both their safety and others. Furthermore, there will be a strong Police presence at and around the event, so if you drink drive you will get caught!

What to bring

Traditionally January and February are the hottest months of the Tasmanian calendar so we advise all festival goers to slip, slop and slap. The Soundscape Festival is an all ages event so to avoid any hassles at the gate bring along mandatory photo ID. An array of fine Tassie food will available for purchase at the event, however please feel free to bring along snacks and a picnic rug if you wish. Most importantly, bring good vibes, love and respect!

What not to bring

As a condition of entry, patrons maybe subjected to security checks and bag searches. Entry will be denied if you have in your possession one or more of the following items which may be confiscated on arrival: alcohol, illicit drugs, weapons, furniture (including deck chairs and umbrellas) and fireworks. Audio visual equipment (including but not limited to cameras, video, audio recorders, mobile phones) is permitted subject to the discretion of the venue. The Presenter reserves the right to remove a Ticket Holder if they are in breach of the requirements regarding audio visual equipment. Both the presenter and security are not responsible for any items confiscated.

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