We acknowledge & accept that for better or worse these are very unusual and unpredictable times with restrictions changing constantly. To ensure the safety of all our patrons, volunteers, organisers, and performers we are adhering to approved COVID safe regulations operating under an approved site-specific COVID safe plan.
121 Festival will go ahead only if safe to do so. If the directions from the New Zealand Government change and we cannot proceed as planned on March 11th, 12th, 13th 2022. We will immediately transfer your ticket to 2023 and offer refunds for anyone unable to commit to the new date. Refund terms and conditions of ticket purchase apply. 121 Festival retains 10% of ticket revenue as the Government Covid Event Insurance only covers 90% of non-recoverable event costs.
Stay home if you are feeling unwell. If you have had a COVID test before attending the event and are still awaiting your results - do not attend until your negative results are returned. When you are with us, please sanitise regularly, scan in using the COVID tracer app, and don’t share food or drinks.
Pre-event: If you become symptomatic in the weeks leading up to the event, please do the right thing by getting a test and self-isolating until your result returns negative.
During the event: If you become symptomatic from the second day of the event, present to a medical professional immediately on-site, leave the event, and take a COVID test.
Wearing a face covering helps keep you and others safe. It helps stop droplets spreading when someone speaks, laughs, coughs or sneezes. At Alert Level 1, face coverings legally must be worn:
Visitors are not permitted to enter 121 Festival if they;
For more information please see the official COVID-19 website