Rolling sets is a licensed all ages event it is recommended that any patron under 16 is accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
The Venue recommends parents should consider whether the event is appropriate for their child and under 16 years.
PLEASE NOTE: Anyone over the age of 5 will require a ticket.
No. Rolling Sets tickets do not have names on them so do not require a name change.
However, please ensure your ticket reflects your age.
Anyone over the age of 5 will require a ticket to the festival.
Rolling Sets Festival is located at Jordan Esplanade, Coffs Harbour, NSW 2450
For more information on how to get to Rolling Sets:
There is limited public parking surrounding the festival site.
There will be drop off zones at the festival as well as shuttle busses departing from various locations in town to deliver you to the site.
At the festival
Saturday, 25th January 2020
Gates Open: 1:00 PM | Festival finish: 10:30 PM
Only 18+ Ticket holders are required to show a valid form of ID (Drivers licence, passport, Australia Post key pass, and proof of age card)
Yes everyone within the festival is required to wear a wristband at all times. On entry to the festival, your ticket will be exchanged for a wristband. Your wristband will act as your pass so it must be worn at all times. Without the wristband you will not gain entry.
No. The VIP area is strictly 18+
Sun protection including hat & sunglasses. If you choose to bring a jacket you can leave it in the cloak room.
If it’s forecast to rain bring along wet weather gear as the festival will continue rain, hail or shine. For safety reasons UMBRELLAS ARE NOT ALLOWED INTO THE FESTIVAL.
You can bring a picnic rug to sit on however these must not be within 100m of the Main Stage. Staff will ask you to relocate if you are too close.
We will have water refill services available so please bring an empty, clear reusable water bottle.
Yes there will be a medical tent in the Festival.
No. There will be limited cash available for purchase.
All bars & vendors will be mainly accepting card payments.
No food is to be brought into the festival. If you have allergies that require food to be brought please explain your situation to security at the front gates.
Sealed bottled water may be brought into the festival, but we we encourage punters to bring an empty, clear reusable bottle to fill up throughout the day
All bags will be searched on entry by security. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES CAN ALCOHOL BE BROUGHT INTO THE FESTIVAL
Yes you can bring a small still camera or digital camera. Professional cameras or recording devices will be confiscated.
Yes – you must be over 18 years to drink alcohol.
There are several licensed bars within the festival venue. Please ensure to bring along a valid and current form of photo ID (eg licence, passport, Australia Post key pass, and proof of age card). All alcoholic beverages must be consumed within the designated areas. Bags will be inspected upon entry be security. No alcohol may be brought into the festival as it is against liquor licensing laws. It will be confiscated and disposed of and you will risk not being approved entry if you are caught.
Definitely! There will be a great variety of food stalls available at the festival venue.
Yes! There will be a stall at the festival where you can purchase Artist merchandise.
Yes, there will be a cloak room at the festival located on entry inside the Box Office.
For the safety of all patrons, there are strictly NO pass-outs at Rolling Sets. This means once you leave the festival, your wristband will be removed and you will be unable to gain entry back into the festival. If you believe that you have a legitimate reason to leave the festival, please email us to discuss your circumstances. We thank you for your understanding and hope to make this the best day for you, so you won’t want to leave!
If you are under the influence of drugs or alcohol you will be refused entry. For the safety of all patrons, security & staff have the right to refuse entry where we see fit. There will be fencing patrolled by security guards at all times, so forget about trying to sneak in.
Police will deal with any offenders. Crowd surfing in not permitted and mashers risk being ejected from the festival venue and refused further entry.