VodaFest in two weeks

Dear friend,

With only two weeks to go, it is time for the visitors to start getting ready for the day. It is also time for those who want to help to start helping. Here is an update for all visitors with the frequently asked questions answered. Please, make sure to also read about how you can support the festival and the community.

VodaFest on SBS Radio

To hear about the festival in your language, please tune in SBS Radio on Sunday, 31/10/2010 from 9pm in Czech language and from 10pm in Slovak language.

Frequencies in Melbourne are 93.1FM and 1224AM.

For frequencies in your area, visit SBS Radio website at http://www.sbs.com.au/radio/article/551/AM/FM-Frequencies

Fees and costs

Entry fee: $10 Adult, children under 18 free
Children: free
Parking fee: free

Festival entre fee will help to cover festival costs and all the profit will be reinvested into the Czech and Slovak Community projects.

Pay cash

Please, make sure to bring cash with you. There are not going to be many EFTPOS terminals on site. Entry fees, all goods and services are to be paid in cash.

What to bring

  • Anything Czech and Slovak. If you have anything that could spark interest of Czech and Slovak community members, please, bring it and share it with us. Whether it is a flag, or a children's book, a map, just don't forget it at home.
  • Cash. There are not going to be many EFTPOS terminals on site, neither there is an ATM anywhere close Picnicto the venue.

Getting there

VodaFest takes place at the Austrian Club Melbourne, 90 Sheehan Road, Heidelberg West. It is located about 20 minutes north east of Melbourne CBD.

See the map here


Sokol Melbourne supports VodaFest 2010

Organisation Committee of Vodafest 2010 acknowledge cooperation with Sokol Melbourne. Special thanks to Marketa Lyell, the President of Sokol and to Kvart magazine for publishing article about Vodafest 2010.

Read the article (in Czech language) here:


Read about Vodafest 2010 in Czechoaustralan

We are pleased to announce that bimonthly magazine Czechoaustralan became a media partner of Vodafest 2010. We acknowledge cooperation with chef editor Barbara Semanov who published an article about our community festival in October/November's issue of her magazine. Thank you Barbara!

Read the whole article (in Czech language) here:



On-site and on-street parking is available:

Festival poster

Here's the final version of the festival poster. Please, feel free to use it as you see fit to promote the festival.

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