World Sleep Day 2018

Win tickets to this once in a lifetime sleep event!

Simply fill in this form with your name, email, phone number, age and agree to the T’s & C’s below.
And be in to win a night of magic & extra-ordinary SLEEP hosted by SleepDrops founder Kirsten Taylor.

“It will be my pleasure to accompany you & your chosen plus one to this fantastic event” – Kirsten Taylor

  • Please enter a value greater than or equal to 14.
  • IMPORTANT INFORMATION & CONDITIONS OF ENTRY
    Important information
    SLEEP takes place in a large open room with around 400 people on individual camp stretchers able to see and listen to the performance from a stage. The music is performed for about eight hours without any breaks. The concert is designed for people to sleep, snooze and slumber as well as be awake at certain points. There is no one way to experience SLEEP.
    People are free to move around the venue during the concert provided you do not disturb other people’s experience, view or sound. Talking in the Sleeping Area is discouraged during the concert
    Venue doors open at 9:00pm, with access to the Sleeping Area from 10:00pm. Venue doors close at 10:30pm; no late entry, a strict lock out applies. The performance starts at 11:00pm and ends at 7:00am.
    Suitable for ages 14+. Those aged 16 years and under must be accompanied by an adult
    Your ticket gets you an unreserved camp stretcher at the venue – first come first served basis. Your bed will not be made up – you should bring a pillow, sleeping bag, duvet or other bedclothes of your choice.
    Comfortable clothes are recommended.
    There will be a cloakroom on site, however there is no specific changing room area so please come prepared to change in the toilet facilities or dressed ready for sleep
    Do not bring drinks and food to the venue. Refreshments are available for sale at the event.
    Alcohol consumption is not allowed, as it would affect sleep cycles.
    There is no eating in the Sleeping Area but water bottles are OK
    Use of mobile phones, cameras or flashes is prohibited, so as not to disturb the performance and sound experience
    Wheelchair access available. Patrons who require access assistance or have a sleep disorder should call 09 374 0310 (M-F 9:30am – 5:00pm). Visit www.aaf.co.nz/access for more information on Access & Inclusion.
    No animals allowed (with the exception of authorised guide/companion dogs)
    Conditions of Entry
    For safety and comfort, the following items are prohibited inside the venue: Seating of any kind Musical instruments or air horns Weapons, knives, or any object, which may be used as a weapon or missle Any other item the event organiser considers inappropriate
    We reserve the right to
    Refuse entry to persons with prohibited items listed above Conduct bag and security checks Refuse entry to intoxicated or disorderly persons Refuse entry to anyone who does not comply with bag or personal searches Refuse entry to any person who does not comply with a request from the organisers, security or regulatory bodies Prevent unauthorised commercial and promotional activity