Start counting down the days because Agfest 2021 is less than a month away.
Agfest chairman Ethan Williams said everyone had been disheartened after last year's cancellation, so it was a great feeling to know Agfest 2021 was able to go ahead.
"We have got 20 to 30 members volunteering out here right now ... it's just an unreal sensation ... everyone knows we are going ahead," he said.
"Everyone is pretty pumped."
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The festival had its COVID-safe plan approved by the Tasmanian government on April 2.
Mr Williams said ticket sales were doing well and had exceeded the committee's expectations.
"They are ticking over nicely," he said.
Though allocation numbers for Saturday have already been reached, Mr Williams said come April 21 more tickets will be released - once number limits are confirmed.
The event will have a two-step process as patrons enter, which will include ticket scanning and checking into the Check In Tas app.
The event has undergone a transformation in how and where stalls will be located, to alleviate hotspots.
Mr Williams said that although the committee would prefer cashless transactions, cash would still be accepted.
Agfest will tackle both physical and online platforms this year, after only appearing online last year due to the pandemic.
"Being that we have capped crowd numbers, the cloud will really come into affect this year," Mr Williams said.
Agfest will be held at Quercus Park on May 5-8 and will be followed by Agfest in the Cloud on May 8-15.
For more information visit agfest.com.au.
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