ASB Market Day Terms & Conditions

The event will be held on Ramshaw Lane and in the Ramshaw Lane carpark on Saturday 24th April 2021 from 10:00am to 4:00pm. The market and parade day attracts thousands of people to Arrowtown and is an excellent event to promote and sell your products.

 

PLEASE NOTE: It is our intention to showcase locally made goods. All goods should be either produced in New Zealand, homemade, home crafted or home grown.

 

Applications close on the 31st December 2020 at 5pm but you can still register after this date to go on our waiting list.


FEE:

Please do not make payment until we have advised that you have been allocated a stall.

A non-refundable payment of $115 (incl. GST) will secure a 3m x 3m site.

The market day goes ahead rain or shine and payment is non-refundable, (see note below on COVID-19).

Because of the popularity of the market only single sites are available unless specifically approved by the Akarua Arrowtown Autumn Festival.


COVID-19:

The Akarua Arrowtown Autumn Festival will follow all government directives around COVID-19. The ASB Market Day will be held during Alert Level 1 but should New Zealand, or our region, be placed in Alert Level 2 or higher, the ASB Market day will be cancelled. If this occurs then all stall fees will be refunded.


FOOD STALLS:

Food stalls must have the required registration. Please contact your local council. You will need to send us a copy of your registration as we are required to compile all information and send a copy to the QLDC prior to the market.


TRESTLE TABLE HIRE:

Trestle tables are available for hire at a cost of $12.65 (incl. GST) and will be available for you to pick up when you arrive on the morning of the market.


POWERED SITES:

We have a limited number of powered sites available for a charge of $23.00 (incl. GST).


STALL SET UP:

Stalls are to be set up by 9am.

ALL VEHICLES MUST BE REMOVED FROM WITHIN THE MARKET AREA AND THE ROAD CLOSURE AREA BY 8AM AT THE LATEST.


END OF DAY:

No vehicles may enter the market area before 4pm. For health and safety reasons, vehicles must be accompanied by a volunteer in a high-vis vest to guide them when driving in the market area.