Tickets to the 2024 Adelaide Motorsport Festival, March 16 - 17, on sale below.
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First release prices (limited quantities available - click ticket name for ticket type details):
Adult Single Day - $50
Adult Weekend - $100
VIP Suite - $1000
Oval Hotel at Adelaide Oval is the preferred accommodation partner of the Adelaide Motorsport Festival.
CLICK HERE for an exclusive accommodation rate for the duration of the event.
Adult Single Day
Entry into the event on either Saturday March 16 or Sunday March 17
Entry into the event on both Saturday March 16 and Sunday March 17
Child (Under 16) Single Day
Entry into the event on either Saturday March 16 or Sunday March 17 for a child under 16 years of age
Family Ticket Single Day ( 2x Adults + 2x Kids)
Entry into the event on either Saturday March 16 or Sunday March 17 for two adults and two children (under 16 years)
Premium Car Park Single Day
A premium parking spot in the event on either Saturday March 16 or Sunday March 17, available as an add-on to an event ticket
Toyota Gazoo Racing Garden Single Day
Entry into the event on either Saturday March 16 or Sunday March 17 and entry into the Toyota Gazoo Racing Garden, a trackside marquee featuring a beer garden and including a food and drink package, arcade games, car displays and more - for adults (18 years or over)
Entry into the event on either Saturday March 16 or Sunday March 17 and entry into the VIP suite, a premium trackside offering featuring VIPs, masterclasses, food and drink and more - for adults (18 years or over)
TERMS & CONDITIONS
This ticket is proof of purchase of the above event and must be presented at the time of admission.
This ticket is non-transferable and only one ticket is valid per ticket purchased. Tickets are not to be duplicated for the purpose of falsifying entry.
Refunds are available only at the discretion of the Event Organiser.
The Event Organiser reserves the right to refuse entry.
This ticket may be valid as a tax invoice or receipt in the case of registrations or other event payments.
This ticket has been created and managed using the TryBooking site and is also subject to the Terms and Conditions of TryBooking.
If you have any questions regarding this event, please contact the Adelaide Motorsport Festival here: https://www.adelaidemotorsportfestival.com.au/contact
Proof of age or concession card may be requested.
Tickets cannot be on-sold by any means at a price greater than the purchase price of the ticket. Scalped tickets may be cancelled, and the ticket holder denied entry.
Any persons who are noisy, drunk, threatening or unruly will be asked to leave the premises, and will not be eligible for a refund.
If the event is cancelled after 8am on Saturday the 16th of March 2024 due to safety reasons, force majeure, no refunds will be issued.
Cars and drivers mentioned on this website cannot be guaranteed to attend the event.
The following conditions in respect of a permit, authorisation or ticket (collectively, Ticket) sold or granted by the Adelaide Motorsport Festival allowing entry to the motor sport event known as the Adelaide Motorsport Festival (Event), in addition to any term stated or referred to in the Ticket. Every Ticket allowing entry to the Event is subject to these conditions. Any person who, at any time, holds, purchases or otherwise acquires a Ticket (Patron) to enter the Event accepts and understands as binding the Conditions and any accompanying risks, obligations and responsibilities. It is each Patron’s responsibility to inform themselves of all the Conditions.
• At the Event, Patrons must not: (a) post, stick or place any poster, placard, bill, banner, print, paper or any advertising material on any building, structure, fence or tree; (b) promote any advertising or promotional material, samples of goods or services or any other matter or thing or otherwise engage in ambush marketing; (c) disrupt, interrupt or behave in any manner that may disrupt or interrupt any official or employee or contractor of the Adelaide Motorsport Festival, or any race, event or activity; (d) act or conduct oneself in such a way as to hinder, obstruct or interfere with a driver of any vehicle taking part in a race or to adversely affect the safety of the public; (e) deliberately obstruct the view of any Patron seated in a seat in the immediate vicinity, or cause unreasonable inconvenience to any Patron, official or employee or contractor of the Adelaide Motorsport Festival, or interfere with the comfort of any Patron or their enjoyment of the Event; (f) use racist, indecent or obscene language or threatening or insulting words or otherwise behave in a threatening, abusive, riotous, indecent or insulting manner; (g) interfere with, obstruct or hinder the Adelaide Motorsport Festival or an Authorised Person in the exercise of their powers, functions or duties; (h) ignite any flare or firework, explosive or smoke bomb; (i) become intoxicated, use banned drugs or supply alcohol to minors; (j) smoke in a designated ‘no smoking’ area; or (k) refuse to follow any reasonable direction issued by the Adelaide Motorsport Festival.
• Patrons must not have in their possession at the Event, or bring into the Event any: (a) alcoholic beverage (unless purchased at the Event); (b) glass bottle or glass container (unless purchased at the Event); (c) beverage container with the manufacturer’s seal broken (unless purchased at the Event); (d) hard cased esky or ice box (cooler bags acceptable); (e) chair, lounge, bench or stool, other than a folding chair or folding stool; (f) clothing bearing any racist, indecent or obscene language or images, patch, insignia or logo (Colours); (g) prohibited or controlled weapon, firearm, or any dangerous goods; (h) animal, other than an assistance dog; (i) flare, firework, laser pointer, or distress signal; or (j) item the possession of which does not have an ordinary and reasonable use by a Patron at the Event and which may be used to damage or deface property, buildings or any part of the area used for the Event (including without limitation any spray paint), disrupt or interrupt the Event, hinder, obstruct or interfere with any driver taking part in the Event, adversely affect public safety, excavate any part of the area used for the Event or erect any structure.
• The Adelaide Motorsport Festival may, at any time, require a Patron to open for inspection any vehicle, bag, basket or other receptacle, or turn out their pockets. Patrons who fail to comply with such a request may be refused entry or directed to leave the Event.
• The Adelaide Motorsport Festival may direct any Patron at any time at the Event to produce a valid Ticket.
• Each Patron’s entry to the Event is not transferable. If a Patron is exiting the Event and seeks re-entry, the Patron must produce a valid Ticket for that day and/or the Patron’s hand must be stamped to regain entry on the same day. The stamp must be shown together with a valid Ticket for that day to regain entry.
• Patrons holding a concession ticket must provide identification confirming concession status at the time of entry.
• Unless otherwise authorised by the Adelaide Motorsport Festival, every child entering the Event must have a Ticket. The child Patron must be accompanied by an adult Patron (18 years of age or over) at all times during attendance at the Event. The Adelaide Motorsport Festival or its representatives may require evidence of the child Patron’s age or make a reasonable assessment of the Patron’s age in which case Adelaide Motorsport Festival’s or its representative’s assessment will be final and determinative. If the Adelaide Motorsport Festival (or its representative) assesses any Patron bearing a Children’s Ticket to be older than the age applicable to the Ticket, the Adelaide Motorsport Festival may: (a) refuse entry or direct the Patron to leave the Event without refund; or (b) direct the person to purchase a Ticket that is available to persons of that age. Patrons who accompany children at the Event are responsible for the care, conduct and supervision of those children and must keep those children within sight at all times. Children may not be permitted to enter certain areas at the Event as determined or advised by the Adelaide Motorsport Festival in its absolute discretion.
• The Adelaide Motorsport Festival reserves the right to add, withdraw or substitute any drivers, performers or activities including any concerts or other entertainment associated with the Event, vary programs, other conveniences and attractions and audience capacity from time to time.
• The Adelaide Motorsport Festival will not be liable to any Patron for any loss or damage (including indirect or consequential loss or damage) suffered as a result of or arising from or in any way connected to cancellation, postponement or change to the Event (or any part of the Event).
• The Adelaide Motorsport Festival, its representatives, including any Authorised Person, may refuse entry to any Patron or direct any Patron to leave the Event. Any person who does not comply with the Conditions may be refused entry or directed to leave the Event.
• Patrons acknowledge and agree that any part or parts of these Conditions that is illegal or unenforceable may be severed from these Conditions and the remaining part or parts of the Conditions continue in force.
Motor racing is dangerous and for your safety we ask that you always follow the directions of marshals and officials.
You must not attempt to spectate outside of the designated spectator zones that are fitted with concrete barriers and debris fencing.
Notwithstanding the above information, please refer to the MOTORSPORT AUSTRALIA disclaimer HERE.
• STAY ALERT! The unexpected may happen
• BE AWARE That there could be a car on track at any moment, even if there has been a delay.
• STAND where you can see competing cars coming and going
• LEAVE ROOM to move away quickly
• SPECTATE from behind the crowd control barriers
• SUPERVISE CHILDREN closely and constantly
• OBEY OFFICIALS ..always
• SIT OR STAND in areas without debris fencing
• SIT OR STAND on eth track side of the crowd control barriers
• CLIMB OVER CROWD CONTROL BARRIERS or disobey signage.
• SIT OR STAND behind the red and white tape
• LET CHILDREN BE UNATTENDED
• BE DISTRACTED – always face competing cars and be ready to take action
• PLAY GAMES with your safety or that of other people
EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY, RELEASE AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK
MOTORSPORT IS DANGEROUS
Motorsport Activities are inherently dangerous recreational activities and there is significant risk of injury, disability or death. If you do not wish to be exposed to such risks, then you should not participate in the Motorsport Activities.
Acknowledgement of Risks
I acknowledge that the risks associated with attending or participating in Motorsport Activities include but are not limited to the risk that I may suffer harm as a result of:
● motor vehicles (or parts of them) colliding with other motor vehicles or persons or property;
● other participants acting dangerously or with lack of skills;
● high levels of noise exposure;
● acts of violence and other harmful acts (whether intentional or inadvertent) committed by persons attending or participating in the event; and ● the failure or unsuitability of facilities (including grand-stands, fences and guard rails) to ensure my safety.
Exclusion of Liability, Release and Indemnity
In exchange for being able to attend or participate in the Motorsport Activities, I will and agree to:
● to release Motorsport Australia and the Entities to the extent that any or all of them are providing Recreational Services from all liability for: ● my death;
● any physical or mental injury (including the aggravation, acceleration or recurrence of such an injury);
● the contraction, aggravation or acceleration of a disease including but not only COVID-19;
● the coming into existence, the aggravation, acceleration or recurrence of any other condition, circumstance, occurrence, activity, form of behaviour, course of conduct or
state of affairs:
● that is or may be harmful or disadvantageous to me or the community; or
● that may result in harm or disadvantage to me or the community,
● any claim for any costs and expenses I may incur as a consequence of any of the above; arising from my participation in or attendance at the Motorsport Activities;
● to indemnify and hold harmless and keep indemnified Motorsport Australia and the Entities to the maximum extent permitted by law in respect of any Claim by any person; and
● to attend at or participate in the Motorsport Activities at my own risk.
I understand that:
● nothing in this document excludes, restricts or modifies any rights that I may have as a result of significant personal injury that is caused by the Reckless Conduct of Motorsport Australia and the Entities as the supplier of the Motorsport Activities and Recreational Services;
● nothing in this document prevents Motorsport Australia and the Entities from relying on any laws (including statute and common law) that limit or preclude their liability;
● nothing in this document excludes any term or guarantee which under statute cannot be excluded, however the liability of Motorsport Australia and the Entities is limited to the minimum
liability allowable by law;
● nothing in this document precludes me from making a claim under a Motorsport Australia insurance policy where I am expressly entitled to make a claim under that insurance policy; and
● Motorsport Australia has arranged for limited personal injury insurance coverage which may provide me with some protection for loss, damage or injury that I may suffer during my
participation in the Motorsport Activities. I acknowledge and accept that the insurance taken out by Motorsport Australia may not provide me with full indemnity for loss, damage or injury that I may suffer during my participation in the Motorsport Activities, and that I may have to pay the excess if a Claim is made under an insurance policy on my behalf. I agree that my own insurance arrangements are ultimately my responsibility and I will arrange any additional coverage at my expense after taking into account Motorsport Australia’s insurance arrangements, this document and my own circumstances.
Where Motorsport Activities are held in the following jurisdictions, I acknowledge that I have also read and accept the following warnings:
Under Australian Government Consumer Law (which is part of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Commonwealth)), several guarantees are implied into contracts for the supply of certain goods and services. I agree that the application of all or any of the provisions of Subdivision B of Division 1 of Part 3-2 of Australian Consumer Law (i.e. guarantees relating to the supply of services), the exercise of rights conferred by those provisions, and any liability of Motorsport Australia and the Entities for a failure to comply with any such guarantees, are excluded. However, such exclusion is limited to liability for:
● death, physical or mental injury (including aggravation, acceleration or recurrence of such an injury of the individual);
● contraction, aggravation or acceleration of a disease of an individual; or
● the coming into existence, the aggravation, acceleration or recurrence of any other condition, circumstance, occurrence, activity, form of behaviour, course of conduct or state of affairs
in relation to an individual that is or may be harmful or disadvantageous to the individual or the community, or that may result in harm or disadvantage to the individual or the community. This exclusion does not apply to significant personal injury suffered by me as a result of the reckless conduct of Motorsport Australia and the Entities.
Warning Applicable in Relation to Motorsport Activities Held in Victoria
Warning Under The Australian Consumer Law and Fair Trading Act 2012:
Under The Australian Consumer Law (Victoria), several statutory guarantees apply to the supply of certain goods and services. These guarantees mean that the supplier named on this form is required to ensure that the recreational services it supplies to me:
● are rendered with due care and skill;
● are reasonably fit for any purpose which I either expressly or by implication, make known to the supplier; and ● might reasonably be expected to achieve any result I have made known to the supplier.
Under section 22 of the Australian Consumer Law and Fair Trading Act 2012 (Vic), the supplier is entitled to ask me to agree that these conditions do not apply to me. I understand that if I sign this form, I am agreeing that any rights to sue the supplier under the Australian Consumer Law and Fair Trading Act 2012 if I am killed or injured because the services were not in accordance with these guarantees, are excluded, restricted or modified in the way set out in this form.
Note: I note that the change to my rights, as set out in this form, does not apply if my death or injury is due to gross negligence on the supplier’s part.
“Gross negligence” in relation to an act or omission, means doing the act or omitting to do an act with reckless disregard, with or without consciousness, for the consequences of the act or omission. See regulation 5 of the Australian Consumer Law and Fair Trading Regulations 2012 and section 22(3)(b) of the Australian Consumer Law and Fair Trading Act 2012.
Warning Applicable in Relation to Motorsport Activities Held in South Australia
Under sections 60 and 61 of The Australian Consumer Law (SA), if a person in trade or commerce supplies me with services (including recreational services), there is a statutory guarantee that those services:
● will be rendered with due care and skill; and
● any product resulting from those services, will be reasonably fit for the purpose for which the services are being acquired (as long as that purpose is made known to the supplier); and
● any product resulting from those services, will be of such a nature, and quality, state or condition, that they might reasonably be expected to achieve the result that the consumer wishes
to achieve, (as long as that wish is made known to the supplier or a person with whom negotiations have been conducted in relation to the acquisition of the services.
Excluding, Restricting or Modifying My Rights:
Under section 42 of the Fair Trading Act 1987 (SA), the supplier of recreational services is entitled to ask me to agree to exclude, restrict or modify their liability for any personal injury suffered by me or another person for whom, or on whose behalf, I am acquiring the services (a third party consumer). If I sign this form, I am agreeing to exclude, restrict or modify the supplier’s liability with the result that compensation may not be payable if I or the third party consumer suffer personal injury.
I do not have to agree to exclude, restrict or modify my rights by signing this form. The supplier may refuse to provide me with the services if I do not agree to exclude, restrict or modify my rights by signing this form. Even if I sign this form, I may still have further legal rights against the supplier. A child under the age of 18 cannot legally agree to exclude, restrict or modify their rights. A parent or guardian of a child who acquires recreational services for the child cannot legally agree to exclude, restrict or modify the child’s rights.
Agreement to exclude, restrict or modify my rights:
I agree that the liability of Motorsport Australia and the Entities for any death or personal injury that may result from the supply of the recreational services that may be suffered by me (or a person for whom or on whose behalf I am acquiring the services) is excluded. Further information about these rights can be found at www.cbs.sa.gov.au
“Claim” means and includes any action, suit, proceeding, claim, demand or cause of action however arising including but not limited to negligence, BUT does NOT include a claim under a Motorsport Australia insurance policy by any person expressly entitled to make a claim under that insurance policy;
“Entities” means event and competition organisers/promoters/managers, land and track owners/managers/administrators/lessees, Motorsport Australia affiliated clubs, state and territory governments and insureds listed in Motorsport Australia’s public/product/professional indemnity insurance policies and each of their related bodies corporate (including their related bodies corporate) and each of their organs and agencies, officers/president/directors/executives, employees, servants, agents, partners, providers, members, competitors, drivers, co-drivers, navigators, officials, crew members, service crew, delegates, licence holders, representatives, commissions, committees, advisers, trustees, councils, panels, shareholders, volunteers, officials, appointees, delegated bodies and sponsors;
“Motorsport Activities” means any motorsport activities or Recreational Services which are permitted or approved which Motorsport Australia regulates or administers or otherwise are under the responsibility / control of Motorsport Australia;
“Motorsport Australia” means the Confederation of Australia Motor Sport Ltd. trading as Motorsport Australia;
“Reckless Conduct” means conduct where the supplier of the recreational services is aware, or should reasonably have been aware, of a significant risk that the conduct could result in
personal injury to another person and engages in the conduct despite the risk and without adequate justification;
“Recreational Services” means (unless otherwise defined in this document) services that consist of participation in:
a. a sporting activity; or
b. a similar leisure time pursuit or any other activity that:
i. involves a significant degree of physical exertion or physical risk; and ii. is undertaken for the purposes of recreation, enjoyment or leisure.
A full copy of the disclaimer is available HERE.