FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

There are tons of ways you can be a part of FoodDrinkDance Festival!

Artists

If you’re an artist, or represent a group of artists, you can apply to perform on the Main Stage, in the Championships and take part on the Freestyle Stage at FoodDrinkDance Festival.

Information on how to apply as an artist can be found under our ‘Artists’ section here. 

Teachers

If you’re a teacher, or are looking to lead a class, workshop or talk at FoodDrinkDance Festival, you can apply to join us as part of FoodDrinkDance Festival Master Class (Seminars/Workshops), the Performing Arts Workshops or our Dance Programme Classes.

Information on how to apply as a teacher can be found under our ‘Teacher’ section here. 

Exhibitors, Partners & Sponsors

We work with a fantastic array of brands, companies and Partners to build FoodDrinkDance and make it the best event possible. We work with Media and Industry Partners to develop the brand and have amazing Sponsors who invest to be a part of the show.

If you’re looking to become a Media or Industry Partner, or join us as a Sponsor, more information can be found under our ‘Sponsors & Partners’ Section here. 

We also have space dedicated to amazing brands, companies and industry institutions that come to FoodDrinkDance Festival as an Exhibitor.

If you’re a brand or company looking to exhibit as part of FoodDrinkDance, information can be found under our ‘Exhibitor’ section here.

If you are Trade, more information can be found here. 

The opening times are:

Friday 24 April
Saturday 25 April
Sunday 26 April
10:00 – 18:15
10:00 – 18:15
10:00 – 17:00

ADAA FoodDrinkDancw FESTIVAL takes place at :
The Queens Park
Oniru, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria

Yes – please use the main car park which is in the venue. If you are using a Google Map use The Queens Park
Oniru, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria as address to get to the carpark.

Once inside the car park follow signs to the in order to be closer to the ADAA FESTIVAL entrance.

Parking is a flat rate of N250 per day (pay and display).

General entry is free, VIP ticket is sold online or at the venue, If you select the e-ticket option you will receive your VIP ticket/s shortly after purchase.

Postal VIP ticket orders will be dispatched from September.

If you’re concerned about an order please call the Ticket Office on +2349090500088 and quote your booking reference.

Please note: this is not a booking hotline therefore you will not be able to purchase tickets by calling this number.

Please call the Ticket Office on +2349090500088.

Once I have bought my VIP tickets, can I change the day or change the dance class?

Unfortunately not – with the event being very popular, it will be very difficult to accommodate changes. Please contact ticketoffice@adaaptoject.com with any enquiries.

There is a separate process to help coordinate large bookings and ADAA FESTIVAL offers the following group bookings discounts:

Bookings of 15 or more = 5% off VIP ticket price

Bookings of 30 or more = 10% off VIP ticket price

Booking fee N25,000

Find out more about group bookings

We are sorry, but we are not able to refund tickets for people who can’t make it.

Ticket Terms & Conditions can be found on the ticket booking page.

Yes, ADAA FESTIVAL is a family friendly show, though the live performances are noisy and may contain flashing lights, so might not be suitable for very small children.

Under 5’s do not require an entry ticket.

Yes there is, you’ll be able to leave your bags in a secure place. There is a cost of N500 per item.

There is 15 minutes break between classes, arrive early to drop your things and warm up before the class starts.

There are limited changing spaces at the event, therefore come dressed to move and in the footwear you plan to dance in. Please note if you are taking a contemporary or ballet class please bring ballet shoes, soft shoes to wear as it is not advisable for dancers to go barefoot.

Yes. There are various cafes and outlets selling food and drinks at the show.

There will be a large number of companies selling their ranges of dancewear, accessories and a host of products to purchase. Many take credit cards but some will only accept cash. There is a cash point in the venue.

Yes.

Entrances

All public entrances allow for access by wheelchair via low gradient ramps and an automatic door. Once inside the venue, all floors are level, offering unobstructed access.

Facilities

There are toilets for disabled visitors located throughout the building.

Accessible parking

There are 124 accessible parking spaces in the Car Park (recommended car park for ADAA FESTIVAL). Spaces are available to blue badge holders only and badges must be displayed at all times. Accessible parking is charged at the normal rate of N200 per day (pay and display).

For more information please see: adaaproject.com/accessibility

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