This is the standard, full price of a ticket.
This price is applicable to those people who hold valid concession cards including Full Time Student Cards, Pensioner Cards, Carer Cards and Healthcare Cards. If you have bought a concession ticket, you will be required to show the appropriate government issued concession card during your visit to the Festival.
Companion Card Holders are able to purchase discount tickets to accompany the person that they are attending the Festival with. If you have bought a Companion Card ticket, you will be required to show your Companion Card during your Festival visit.
Anyone aged 29 and under can purchase an Under 30’s ticket for specified concerts. Presentation of a valid form of photo ID will be required during your Festival visit.
This price is offered to Children under the age of 16 to specified concerts at the Festival. At these concerts, children under the age of 3 may sit on their guardian’s lap and be admitted free of charge without a ticket.
Single Tickets for Concert 5 and 21 (Ear of the Cat and The Chocolate Factory)
This price applies to all ticket purchases to events in the Festival program designated as Children’s or Family concerts. At these concerts, children under the age of 3 may sit on their guardian’s lap and be admitted free of charge without a ticket.
Student Rush Tickets, where available, can be purchased directly from the ticket desk one prior to concerts at the Festival. These tickets are chosen from the best seats available at the time of purchase and the correct identification will need to be provided.
Any questions? You can contact the Festival office by calling +61 2 6230 5880, Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 12.30pm.
Please note a booking fee of .30 cents will apply to all tickets purchased online and by phone. This fee does not apply to tickets bought in person at the box office.
Please refer to our terms and conditions for the Festival’s policy on refunds here.
The Festival’s ticket prices and policies have been developed in accordance with Live Performance Australia’s Ticketing Code of Practice.