The Moreton Bay Region’s biggest children’s festival is back with five worlds of fun and JJ from Cocomelon performing live.
Moreton Kids Festival is on Sunday, March 12, at Strathpine’s Pine Rivers Park.
Families will be treated to unlimited rides, live stage shows, activities, workshops, roving performers, food trucks, market stalls and more.
This year’s headline act is JJ from the popular children’s show Cocomelon live on the Ausbuild main stage. Children will be able to dance and sing along with JJ, when he performs at 10am and noon.
Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism (MBRIT) Founder and CEO Shane Newcombe is encouraging families to secure their tickets early for this event which is expected to sell out.
“Moreton Kids Festival has become one of the most popular family friendly events in South East Queensland and, with headline acts like Cocomelon, it’s not hard to see why,” Mr Newcombe says.
“The festival offers so much low-cost entertainment it’s often a challenge for families just to fit everything into one day. I strongly encourage families to purchase their tickets early as this event will sell out again in 2023.”
Five worlds of family fun
Moreton Bay Regional Council Mayor Peter Flannery says Moreton Kids Festival takes the fuss out of planning a family day out and delivers a jam-packed program guaranteed to entertain the little ones.
“There will be fun for everyone with entertainment and activities across five worlds of fun and multiple stages,” Mayor Flannery says.
“As a parent, it can be hard to plan a day out with young children – which is what makes Moreton Kids Festival perfect. It has all the entertainment, close parking and facilities young families need.”
Entry tickets include access to live stage shows, amusement rides, creative workshops, face painting, outdoor activities, educational spaces, technology workshops, science, animals, and much more.
The event will also feature a market alley and food trucks.
Early bird tickets are on sale now until January 31. Ticket prices start from $5 children, $10 adults and $25 for a family pass.
This event is perfect for children under 10 years of age.
Moreton Kids Festival is proudly presented by Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism (MBRIT) and supported by strategic partner Moreton Bay Regional Council and sponsor Ausbuild.
To find out more and buy tickets, head to the website
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