The festival reached its peak in 2000, when it sold a capacity of 20,000 tickets. However, it was opposed by a group of local residents who campaigned against the festival. When some of their demands, such as turning the music off at midnight, went unheeded, they began taking legal action. This resulted in the festival's inability to obtain a liquor license in 2001. The organizers moved the event to the Royal Melbourne Showgrounds (home of the Big Day Out) the following year, but the event was not successful, drawing a crowd of only 10,000.
In 2002, attempts were made to resurrect the festival in Torquay, and after several legal appeals, a liquor license was granted. The organisers claimed they did not have time to book acts, and plans for any more festivals were cancelled.
It was worth as much as HK$320bn (US$41bn) last year but its market value has plunged to $3.7bn as it verges on defaulting on its offshore bonds and creditors scramble for repayment. India’s upcoming festive season raises hopes for consumer demand picking up, rating agency ...
Yes, there are festivals and concerts going on around the country, particularly during this most festive of seasons, but you’d be hard-pressed to espy the name of a stellar offshore performer in there ... the business of bringing in offshore acts well-nigh impossible. .
The Jerusalem Puppet TheaterFestival production is the second installment. ... The two offshore productions that were due to appear at the festival were, sadly, thwarted by the fluid corona restrictions here, but there are plenty of gems and surprises to be had over at Liberty BellGardens next week.
Eldar and oud player Eliran Swissa are the driving forces behind the Caifas band featured on the first evening of the forthcoming Central ParkFestival...For some reason, the powers-that-be have rebranded the festival, presumably to imbue it with a more “sexy” offshore image.
However, testing conducted Saturday determined the water quality level has returned to state standards at the World Way extension at Dockweiler State Beach, lifting the warning there ...Hyperion plant still releasing partially treated sewage 5 miles offshore. InternationalSurfFestival brings competition to sand and surf, accolades for life savers ... .
A beach water advisory remained in place for parts of Dockweiler State Beach on Saturday as bacteria levels continued to exceed state standards, officials said ...Hyperion plant still releasing partially treated sewage 5 miles offshore. InternationalSurfFestival brings competition to sand and surf, accolades for life savers ... .
“The festival not only seeks to introduce the listeners to the wonderful works by female composers, who were forced to create in the shadow of the men, but also to generate debate about the essence of the subject ... The festival will also feature – changing pandemic constraints permitting – some offshore contributions.
Perth arts organisation ARTRAGE, which runs the annual FringeWorld festival, last week announced it had accepted ongoing funding from the mining company Woodside Petroleum... In response, the festival introduced a contract clause artists claimed was an effective "gag order" to prevent them protesting the arrangement ... Whose festival is it?.
China's southern province of Hainan recorded 1.5 billion yuan ($230.8 million) in offshore duty-free spending during the SpringFestival holiday in February this year, double the figure from the same period in 2019, official data showed. Offshore duty-free sales in Hainan are ...
During this year’s SpringFestival holiday that lasted from Feb. 11 to 17, the combined sales volume of offshore duty-free shops in Hainan exceeded 1.5 billion yuan, doubling that achieved during the Spring Festival holiday in 2019.
With a slow return of festivals, sun and outdoor attractions, Lafourche and Terrebonne parishes are beginning to see tourists return to the area, officials say ... But the uptick stemmed from private contracts between oil companies and large hotels, where workers were sent to quarantine prior to going offshore.