WHO CAN APPLY FOR MEDIA ACCREDITATION FOR LISTEN IN?

Media accreditation will only be granted to members of the media who represent recognised and legitimate media organisations.
Freelance journalists and photographers will only be granted accreditation if they are working on behalf of a recognised and legitimate media outlet. All applications will be checked with editors.
Please note, there is limited availability for media accreditation requests.

If you are a high school, TAFE, University Student or amateur photographer looking to photograph Listen In, please note, we get inundated with these requests and may not be able to reply to or acknowledge all of them.
Please also note, our internal content team has been determined for Listen In 2024. Please do not email us with requests to join the official content team.

I WANT TO WRITE A STORY ABOUT LISTEN IN AND/OR INTERVIEW AN ARTIST PRIOR TO THE EVENT, WHO DO I CONTACT?

For all official media enquiries, artist and event image requests, please contact Listen In’s National Publicist Janelle Morse, Morse Code PR.

To register interest to interview artists from our 2024 lineup, please lodge interview requests here.

HOW DO I APPLY FOR MEDIA ACCREDITATION?

Media Accreditation applications for Listen In 2024 are open now and will close on Friday 23 August 2024 at 5PM AEST.

If you are a REVIEWER and/or a PHOTOGRAPHER wishing to attend, please apply for media accreditation here.

Please ensure the form is completed in full, incomplete applications will not be accepted or considered. All applicants must ensure a Date of Birth (DOB) is included in their submission and that valid photo ID can be presented when collecting their accreditation at the event.
Outside of our official media partners, we will not be accepting applications for on ground video crews for Listen In 2024. Please email [email protected] if you have queries on this.

WHEN WILL I KNOW IF MY APPLICATION IS SUCCESSFUL?

Your application will be acknowledged with a reply email and you will be advised of the status of your application no later than Wednesday 11 September 2024.

Final media information will be sent to successful applicants no later than Friday 13 September 2024.

I’M A REVIEWER, DO I GET A PASS?

All reviewers will be issued with a wristband which grants general admission access to the festival site. Any access above and beyond general admission is at the discretion of Listen In.

I’M A PHOTOGRAPHER, WHAT ACCESS DO I HAVE?

Your application will be acknowledged with a reply email and you will be advised of the status of your application no later than Wednesday 11 September 2024.
Final media information will be sent to successful applicants no later than Friday 13 September 2024.

There is a strictly limited number of pit access photo passes for each event. ALL photographers accredited with a media pass must complete and sign a release form either prior to event electronically, or when collecting their pass at the event(s).
Accredited photographers have access to the general admission areas of the site and the photo pit in front of each stage for the first three (3) songs of each artist unless otherwise advised by Listen In event staff.

Please note the use of flash photography is not permitted at any time.
Closed shoes are to be worn at all times and directions and or requests of the publicity team, security and/ or any event staff at any given event must be followed. Not wearing closed in shoes will result in denied access to all photo pits.

There’s no media area on site at Listen In, however there are various charging stations around the festival site. We do recommend that photographers wishing to file photos throughout the day bring their own USB wireless equipment.
Listen In is not responsible for any media equipment.
There is strictly no backstage or side of stage access for any photographers or reviewers under any circumstances.

WHERE DO I COLLECT MY PASS FROM?

All passes and reviewer tickets are to be collected by showing photo ID from the Guest/Media box office (unless the Listen In publicity team has advised you of other arrangements) which is located just outside the main public entrance of the event.

ALL working members of the media who are collecting any accredited passes (i.e if you are operating ANY audio and/or photography equipment) will be required to sign a release form in order to collect their pass at any event(s).

Listen In Adelaide is a fully licensed 16+ event. Valid photo ID is also required to receive an ’18+’ wristband to access the licensed areas of the event. The only forms of valid photo ID that will be accepted are current Australian or Foreign Drivers Licence,  current Australian or Foreign Passport, Proof of Age Card (16+) and Australia Post Keypass (18+).

I CAN’T GO TO LISTEN IN ANYMORE, CAN I JUST GIVE MY MEDIA ACCREDITATION TO SOMEONE ELSE AT WORK?

Media accreditation is not transferable. All passes must contain the correct name of the media representative. Pass swapping is not permitted and anyone found to do so will be immediately escorted from site.
Should a change of name be required prior to the event please email [email protected] at least two weeks before the relevant event explaining the reason for the change. As these events are so busy changes to media accreditation on the day of any given event cannot be guaranteed.

If you still have queries, please email [email protected] and you will receive a response within 48 hours.


Many thanks for your interest in our festival.