Last tickets to Abbey Medieval Festival

Published 12:00pm 20 June 2023

Last tickets to Abbey Medieval Festival
Words by Kylie Knight

Abbey Medieval Festival may be sold out, but the team at Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism (MBRIT) has 150 festival packages available via ballot.

The Locals Day Out Experience Package is $35 per person (valued at $99). It includes:

  • Bus transfers to Abbey Medieval Festival (departing Kippa-Ring)
  • Full day pass to SOLD OUT festival on Sunday, July 9
  • Special pass to SOLD OUT Joust at 3pm on Sunday, July 9
  • Return bus transfer after final joust at 3pm (stopping at Kippa-Ring)

Due to the high demand for tickets to Abbey Medieval Festival, the packages will be drawn via ballot. There are only 150 available.

To register your interest, head here.

The ballot will be drawn at 9am on Friday, June 30.

About Abbey Medieval Festival

Held over two days on July 8 and 9, the festival is the largest event hosted by the Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology, attracting more than 20,000 visitors to the region.

All the fun will be held at ‘Abbeystowe’ - an open field near the Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology, at 1-63 The Abbey Place, Caboolture.

The two-day spectacular brings history to life with authentic re-enactments, crafts, music, food and more – perfect for history lovers and those wishing to experience what life was like many centuries ago.

One of the highlights of the festival is the Moreton Bay Medieval Joust Championship, which is sponsored by the Moreton Bay Regional Council.

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