Queues ain’t good
THIRTY-FIVE minutes queuing, just to get in, 45 minutes for a bottle of cheap champagne at $50, giving up my spot in the food queue so that I could watch the last song of Black Sorrows - it just ain’t good enough.
The food and wine festival is supposed to show off the diversity this amazing shire has to offer.
The rent and commission that is expected to have on a stall is damn right shameful.
Two thousand ambassadors from here and there are now left confused on how could you showcase such fabulous music, atmosphere and location with just a handful of food and drink stalls that were so overpriced and certainly not able to handle such vast amount of crowds. Greed, that’s all it is. All food and alcohol premises in the shire should be able to have a go for free and 10 per cent of what they make should be the commission which means the little café down the road can make as much profit as the big guns.
What about all of us that danced all night and believe me it was packed - no water.
Come on - surely you could have had free chlorinated tap water.
Also guess where at 11pm 2000 hungry and thirsty partygoers go? We didn’t know either. Maybe there could be hot dog stalls etc to think about for next year.
On a brighter note we rocked.