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FAQ

You’ve got questions. We have answers.

General

At this stage, we’re planning for NTE 2021 to back to regular programming –  a week-long conference at EPIC in Canberra.

 

If you’ve purchased your own ticket and have since found that you can purchase tickets through your campus, please email [email protected] to organise a refund.

Yes! We understand that you might like to get together with some friends to tune into the Livestream together, but we ask that you purchase 1 ticket per viewer. These funds will go towards production costs of NTE in 2020.

No, we are unfortunately unable to refund purchased tickets. But don’t worry! If it turns out you can’t attend the event live, your ticket includes access to live recording recording, so you can watch it at any time it suits!

Behind the scenes on an online event is a significant project in itself! Regardless of whether it is in-person or online, all our events need to factor in components such as production costs for program elements (such as videos), AV set up, recording venue hire, rehearsals, props, running websites, marketing, and the like.

We have a list of the campus events we know are running which you can check out here. If you’re still unsure, check with your staffworker to see whether your campus group is organising a gathering to tune into NTE together.

Program

You can expect similar things to a normal NTE night session! There will be singing, stories from on campus, a bible talk, and we will also have the chance to hear from some of the international movements that AFES partners with!

The program officially starts at 7:30pm AEDT.

Livestream

We will be sending out an email closer to the event with all the details on how to access the livestream.