COVID SAFETY

CHECK-IN

On arrival to the Festival, use your phone to scan the Safe WA App QR code or enter your details in one of our manual registers.

REMEMBER PHYSICAL DISTANCING

Stay with your group and at least 2m apart from others, stay within allocated spaces or seats in font of our stages, stand on the markers when queuing.

KEEP CLEAN

Wash your hands regularly and use the hand sanitiser provided around the Festival site.

STAY AT HOME IF YOU FEEL UNWELL

If you have cold or flu symptoms, have recently returned from overseas or have been in contact with someone from a COVID-19 hotspot, we ask you to please stay home.

TAKE CARE OF EACH OTHER

Respect each other and everyone managing the new rules. They will be working for the better of us all. It’s a really important time to play our part in assuring the music industry continues.

Creating the 2021 Nannup Music Festival has been a challenge; adapting and adjusting to the Covid world has meant big changes.

The biggest of these changes is that we are now a fully enclosed and ticketed event. Part of our markets, a limited selection of food stalls and NMF programmed entertainment at the Nannup Hotel will still be accessible to non-ticket holders. Together with the shops and cafes of Nannup, they will make for a great weekend away.

Another change is that all venues will be accessible to all ticket holders meaning you can wander as you please, while adhering to Covid guidelines and capacity. This includes U18s, with the exception of our new separate licensed areas within our venues, where they’d need to be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian.

We are excited to say that we have full approval from WA Health, yet are watching for all changes, ready to implement as they happen. Please let’s remember all the Covid rules, keep our space, respect each other and when it comes to dancing please remember to distance (we will be there to remind you). We want to see the industry come back to life, but we all need to adapt to be sure it does.

Check out the site map to see what we will look like – much the same but a little new.