What does the VineHop Saturday GA Ticket include?
A branded glass, access to all participating venues, a great line-up of entertainment and approximately 4-6 tastings per venue. If there are pop-up bars at the venues you are visiting there will be additional tastings available.
Can I buy a ticket on the day?
VineHop Saturday tickets may sell out before the festival weekend, so we recommend buying early to avoid missing out. If there are tickets still available on the day then yes, you can buy through the VineHop website but not at a venue.
PostHop Sunday Session tickets must be booked before Monday 12 November.
Do I need to book a bus for VineHop Saturday?
Yes, you need to travel by bus. This can either be a Tour, Shuttle or Private bus(or your own mini bus if it is 12 seats or under and under). The Mornington Peninsula Shire has stipulated that car parking is not permitted at any of the venues.
Why do I need to book a bus through the VineHop website?
Each venue has limited capacity for buses and people. We need to ensure there is space for buses and people to enter when they arrive. All of our bus drivers and security are in radio contact so they can ensure there is space before each bus arrives. There are also different bus entry points on the festival weekend, so in some instances if you booked your own bus your driver wouldn’t know how to enter or exit the venue.
Where do I collect my glass from?
- If you are on a Shuttle or Tour, you will collect your glass at the VineHop bus stop before you board the bus.
- If you are on a Private Bus, collect your glass on your bus.
If you have independently booked your own small bus (12 seats or under) you can choose which venue you will pick up your glass. You need to know this when you buy your ticket, so you can enter this information before checkout.
If you are on a Shuttle but want to meet at a venue (rather than the VineHop bus stop) you can choose the venue you will be starting at. You need to know this when you buy your ticket, so you can ent er this information before checkout.
If you are attending the PostHop Sunday Session, you will collect your glass at the venue
How long is my VineHop Saturday Ticket valid?
Saturday 17 November from 11am until – 6pm.
How long is my PostHop Sunday Session Ticket valid?
Sunday 18 November from 12pm until – 4pm.
Do I need a VineHop Saturday Ticket if I am taking the bus?
If you choose a Tour or Shuttle your GA ticket is included in the price, if you are on a Private bus you will need to buy a GA ticket.
Will the buses fill up?
Yes, it is likely the buses will sell out. Once the buses fill up we can not open more options, so we recommend booking early to avoid missing out on your preferred bus option.
I’m on a Tour, what order will we visit the venues?
It will depend which bus you end up on as to which venue your tour will start. The order of the venues is the same across all tours, but the starting venue will differ – we could have up to eight buses departing at the same time, all on the same tour, so we need to spread people across venues.
If you want to travel with friends we suggest you wait for them at the VineHop bus stop to ensure you get on the bus together with them. Once you get on the bus together, you will stay with them for the rest of the day.
Can I get a refund?
Unfortunately we do not offer any refunds.
Can I BYO?
Put simply – no.
What should I bring?
Your ticket(s), some cash, your ID (if you look under 26), a picnic rug (if you want to get comfy) and a great attitude.
What happens if I lose my glass?
Jump on the VineHop website and buy a ‘I lost my glass ticket’, show this e-ticket and your wristband to the warden (in a grey VineHop t-shirt) and they will give you a new glass.
What happens if the weather is poor?
You may get wet! This is an outdoor event, so we recommend bringing a coat, umbrella and some sunscreen, goodness knows what weather we can expect in November!
Unless the weather is EXTREME the festival will go ahead. Keep an eye on the VineHop Facebook page if you have any concerns.
Where are the VineHop Stops?
Seaford – Seaford North Recreation Reserve, 50 Railway Parade, Seaford (100m from Seaford Station)
Mornington – Mornington Primary School, 9 Vale Street, Mornington
Dromana – Dromana Recreation Reserve, 47 Pier Street, Dromana
Rosebud – Olympic Park Recreation Reserve, 80 Besgrove Street Rosebud
Will there be ATMs?
No, some venues may have eftpos but there will be no ATMs. Ensure you have cash with you if you plan on making purchases.
Do I need to print my ticket?
No, Eventbrite e-tickets are just fine.
Can I bring children?
Children are welcome on privately booked buses but not on the Tour or Shuttle buses. If you are bringing children please be aware patrons around your children will be drinking. All children need a Festival Ticket – these are free for children and can be booked when booking your own ticket(s).
Got any more questions?
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