Amid changing times in New Zealand due to COVID-19 developments, the Dunedin Craft Beer and Food Festival has announced the 2020 event dates as the 30 and 31st October 2020.
“It is important that we remain positive, and for the sake of continuity and planning proceed forward,” notes Jason Schroeder Festival Organiser.
Whilst the festival organisers are well aware of current Ministry of Health restrictions on crowd gatherings, the festival also has an obligation to fulfil for stakeholders, and will therefore continue planning and organising with the assumption that the event will indeed proceed in seven months’ time. The iconic craft beer event will once again be a two day festival, hosted at the Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin.
“Should MOH restrictions change, or still be in place closer to the time, we will re-assess and action as necessary. As we have seen, this is an daily changing landscape, so we need to remain calm and positive and continue to support trade and industry ”. Schroeder added.
Ticket sales will not be open until a later date to be advised.
The Dunedin Craft Beer and Food Festival is presented by Liquorland in association with NZME
As promised, this year’s festival just gets better. The music line up has been released and includes Kiwi award winning act Phoenix Foundation, iconic Dunedin legends The Chills, double platinum artist Hollie Smith, as well as locals Kylie Price, Loose & Colorful and Mia Jay. A power packed stage line up to supplement the numerous vendor offerings, seminars and other soon to be released entertainment.
Stay tuned for all 2019 details