Events and festival management
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THIS EVENT IS ABOUT FISHING COMPETETION THIS EVENT HAS BEEN APPROVED BY OUR LECTURERE / IT SHOULD BE IN SYDNEY PLEASE PICK THE VENUE Students are required to prepare an Event Proposal for a festival or major event in the state where their campus is located (ie Sydney campus students plan for NSW event while Melbourne campus students discuss Victoria). It may be staged in a regional or metropolitan location with an expected attendance of at least 10,000 visitors and running over a minimum of two (2) days. This event must also be attractive to the tourism sector as well as the host community. The festival or special event will be a new development opportunity that should align with the region’s destination strategy and attributes (ie of the state where your campus is located). This task should not be an analysis of an existing event. Students can ‘import’ elements of an event from overseas/elsewhere, but will need to provide evidence on how it would be developed for local conditions and alternative market (host community, visitors and tourists). Students will need to ensure their event is novel. The proposal will need to include a brief description of a co-creative element (visitor interaction and experience) – that is, that includes a co-creative installation for audience participation. Task requirements: 1 Brief and short theory on fishing competition 2 Concept or co creation on fishing competition 3 Planning of fishing competition or venue selection 4 Audience in the fishing competition 5 Why do we have to choose the sponsership and what benefit do we get from sponsers 6 Risk of the fishings market a) Ticketing b) Offering for the customers c) Parking d) Queing e) Facilities ( we need to give more facilities)( toilets , security ,sound systems, tent. f) Process for special events g) Customers transportation h) Peak time in the venue( eg ; if its too sunny they don’t want to be in the competition, they prefer in the evening ) i) Parking for disabled people j) Accomodations/ resorts and hotels k) Promotions for VIP l) Events signage ( about the entrance exit, emergency, toilets, instructions regarding outlets food stalls etc.( colour coding for the signeage) m) Informations area n) Target groups for the family incase of missing child. Or lost and found o) Food and drinks sales p) Special sections for media and broadcasting q) Emergency response plan for eg = ambulance 000 Emergency Plan Checklist ¥ Identify access and egress routes, and the security of these routes ¥ Provide details of a temporary mortuary facility. ¥ Note: In any major incident, for the purposes of the law, the venue is considered a crime scene and becomes under total control of the police. ‘Logistics Evaluation ¥ ‘Logistics audit: systematic and thorough analysis of the event logistics. ¥ Part of the audit concerns the expectations and satisfaction of the audience Techniques : ¥ Quantitative – a comparison of performance against measurable objectives (sometimes called benchmarking) ¥ Qualitative: discussions with stakeholders.