Tickets for the 2023 Moreton Kids Festival go on sale today, December 9, from 9am.
The popular family event will return on March 12 at Pine Rivers Park, for a day that celebrates the wide-eyed wonderment and enthusiasm of youth with a program full of family friendly entertainment.
The event site will be transformed into five huge worlds dedicated to kids - Fun Kids, Green Kids, Creative Kids, Active Kids and Tiny Tots.
After purchasing their entry tickets, families will be treated to free unlimited rides, live stage shows, kids activities, workshops, wildlife encounters, educational display, innovative technology, food trucks, market stalls, and much more.
Moreton Kids Festival is organised by Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism (MBRIT) and supported by Strategic partner Moreton Bay Regional Council.
MBRIT Founder and CEO Shane Newcombe says it is a good idea to get in quick and buy tickets now, so you and your family don’t miss out.
“The 2022 event sold out and we anticipate next year’s will be just as popular among families looking for a low-cost day out,” Mr Newcombe says.
“If you’re wondering what to buy your kids, grandchildren or nieces and nephews for Christmas, this is just the ticket.”
What: Moreton Kids Festival
When: March 12
Where: Pine Rivers Park, Strathpine
Tickets: From $5.
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