Ticket deal: Bring bestie to Moreton Bay Food + Wine Festival

Published 3:15pm 29 July 2022

Ticket deal: Bring bestie to Moreton Bay Food + Wine Festival
Words by Kylie Knight

The team at Moreton Bay Food + Wine Festival is celebrating the International Day of Friendship this Saturday by offering two tickets for the price of one to this year’s event.

The festival is on from August 19-21 at Apex Park, Woody Point.

It kicks off the Tastes of Moreton Bay Feastival, a six-week celebration of the region’s producers and foodie culture. There are more than 40 events from August 19 to September 25.

Moreton Bay Food + Wine Festival is the perfect excuse to catch up with your bestie and enjoy the best food and beverages the region has to offer in a stunning location.

You can watch a celebrity chef in action, relax at a seaside pop-up bar, discover local produce, enjoy live entertainment and watch the fireworks on Friday and Saturday at 8pm.

Get 2 for 1 tickets

This Saturday, July 30, you can buy either a single day pass (any day) or a weekend pass (3 days) for the price of one.

The two-for-one deal is only available for tickets purchased on Saturday, July 30. Moreton Bay Food + Wine Festival is on from August 19-21.

To find out more about the offer and buy tickets, head to the website

Ticket deal: Bring bestie to Moreton Bay Food + Wine Festival

About the festival

To find out more about Moreton Bay Food + Wine Festival and to buy tickets, head to the website

Tastes of Moreton Bay Feastival is delivered by Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism, with the support of key strategic partner, Moreton Bay Regional Council.

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