Reducing financial risks for ticketed events in WA.
Getting the Show Back on the Road+ (GTSBOTR+) aims to reduce the financial risks associated with running ticketed events in Western Australia (WA) during a COVID-19 impacted period. The program focus is on reducing the risk of gross ticket sales lost due to COVID-19 lockdowns or significant disruption to a partial lockdown, and to encourage the safe continuation of public ticketed events.
Ticketed and planned events taking place in metropolitan or regional WA including:
A company, organisation and individual that:
The applicant must be authorised by the company or organisation’s constitution to be able to sign contracts.
It is recommended that the application is prepared and submitted by the party taking the lead in coordinating the event. If successful, the primary applicant will be issued with the contract, be responsible for report completion and payment receipt.
Applications are accepted via the Online Grants web portal.
Below are the questions that you will need to complete in the online portal application.
The financial information in your budget helps to demonstrate that all elements of your activity have been considered, thoroughly researched and costed. A good budget also provides confidence that your event is well planned and is a viable initiative.
For each expenditure or income item, use the notes area alongside the item to explain how that item relates to the delivery of your activity and how the cost was calculated.
Expenses related to the management and administration of the event. For example telephone/internet, insurance, postage and stationery.
Costs associated with marketing to your target audience. For example information, promotion and audience engagement activities, advertising, graphic design, merchandise photography, videography, public relations and production of marketing collateral.
In the notes section indicate if the expenditure is a contracted service.
Costs related to the production and delivery of the event including venue hire, lighting hire, staging, construction, manufacturing costs, props and audio-visual costs. In the notes section indicate if the expenditure is a contracted service.
Expenditure in this category should include salaries, fees and allowances for all key personnel.
Include any other expenditure that does not fit within any of the above categories and provide enough detail to identify the expenditure.
This includes ticket sales for your event and the amount should factor in the average ticket price and projected venue capacity. List any additional items or services purchased with the ticket in addition to admission to the event, this may include camping/accommodation and/or transport to and from the event.
This includes rent from exhibitors.
This includes revenue earned through the sale of food and beverages.
This includes the revenue earned through the sale of merchandise at the event.
List all grants received from local government for your event.
List all grants received from the State Government for your event.
List all grants received from Federal Government for your event.
List any income received through sponsorship or donations from corporate bodies or businesses.
Include any other income source that does not fit within any of the above categories and provide enough detail to identify the income source. If you are making a cash contribution, or someone is providing cash to the activity, list this item as a cash
contribution or similar.
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) considers any grant payment to be taxable income for the purposes of your annual income tax return. If you receive a grant you are encouraged to discuss your tax implications with your tax agent or the ATO.
You will be required to submit documents to support your application. All support material can be uploaded through the application portal, including:
Yes. You may email firstname.lastname@example.org and request a review of your unsuccessful application, including the reasons you believe your application should be successful.
If you have been successful and your event is cancelled due to a COVID-19 lockdown you can make a claim for a shared risk payment by completing and submitting a report. Payment will only be made following successful submission and approval of the report.
Use the Online Grants web portal to access the report form.
Notification and payment will be provided within 30 business days of the submission of your report.
Your claim assessment form will have your original budget figures included. You will need to add your actual income and expenditure against these figures.
For each expenditure or income item use the notes area alongside the item to explain how that item relates to the delivery of your activity and how the cost was calculated.
You must provide the following documents as evidence to support your claim:
Applicants should be aware that DLGSC is subject to the Freedom of Information Act 1992 (WA), which provides a general right of access to records held by State Government agencies and local governments. Applicants are advised that information pertaining to the receipt of State Government financial assistance may be tabled in the Western Australian Parliament and listed in State Government media statements. This information could include the name of the recipient, name of the project, the grant funding amount, and project description. This could result in requests for more details to be released publicly.
For assistance using Online Grants or to report any related technical issues, contact the Online Grants Support Team: email@example.com
For enquiries relating to this funding program, including advice or assistance with your application, contact a Grants Officer:
Telephone 61 8 6552 7400Toll Free (Country WA callers only) 1800 634 541Email firstname.lastname@example.org
To assist us in directing you to a relevant member of the team, please specify which grant program (i.e. Getting the Show Back on the Road) that your enquiry relates to in the subject line of your email.
The department is committed to supporting applicants with disability. Information can be provided in alternative formats (large print, electronic or Braille) upon request. If you require special assistance in preparing your application, please call 61
8 6552 7400 or toll free for regional WA callers on 1800 634 541. Family, friends, mentors and/or carers can attend meetings with you.
If you are deaf, or have a hearing or speech impairment, contact us through one of the following:
For interpreting assistance in languages other than English, telephone the Translation and Interpreting Service on 13 14 50 and ask for a connection to 6552 1476 or 1800 634 541.
Toll Free (Country WA callers only): 1800 634 541
Email the Grants Officers: email@example.com
Do not submit enquiries with this form.