Tickets are now on sale for the 2024 Moreton Kids Festival and the hot tip is to get in early to make sure you don’t miss out, with the event expected to sell out again.
Ten thousand tickets are available via new local ticketing provider Moreton Bay Tickets. Moreton Kids Festival is on March 10 at Pine Rivers Park, Strathpine.
The 2024 event, delivered by Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism (MBRIT) and supported strategic partner City of Moreton Bay, will feature a massive program and five huge ‘worlds’ dedicated to kids.
Once inside the event, all of the children’s rides, entertainment and workshops are free and unlimited, providing excellent value for money for families.
Event entry tickets for an All-Day Pass range from $7 for children to $12 for adults, or $30 for Family Passes, plus booking fee. Half-price tickets are available now also as Afternoon Passes with entry from 12.30pm.
The festival’s new ticketing partner, MoretonBayTickets.com.au, is owned by award-winning Queensland ticketing company Oztix, which celebrates 20 years as Australia’s largest independent ticketing company this month.
Oztix brand director Kristen Goldup says: “Our community ticketing websites are designed to empower local events with world class ticketing that is built and delivered in-house.
“We are excited to help promote the Moreton Kids Festival as one of Australia’s top kids festivals to come, stay and play.”
MBRIT CEO Natassia Wheeler says: “This is a trifecta partnership for us – a Queensland ticketing company with a Moreton Bay ticketing website that anyone can use to buy and sell event tickets, plus a portion of the booking fees come directly back to our region to help us grow our tourism and events sustainability programs”.
The Moreton Bay Tickets website is already filled with local events in the region that include the Christmas Carnival at Sandstone Point, Christmas Day and New Years Eve festivities and summer music festivals.
To find out more about KidsFest, head to the website
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