Sunday Local’s Passes are available to residents of the Byron, Ballina, Kyogle, Lismore, Richmond Valley and Tweed council areas. Purchasers will need to present proof of address at the Festival gate. Supported by Stone & Wood.
Children must be supervised by at least ONE adult at all times.
These tickets give access to Festival sessions in the main program, excluding workshops and separately ticketed events.
3-Day Pass: $255 Members / $299 General 1-Day Pass: $110 Members / $135 General
Sunday Locals’ pass, discounted price (SOLD OUT)
Looking after our locals in 2019! Discounted tickets for Sunday – save $55 per ticket – available to residents of the Byron, Ballina, Kyogle, Lismore, Richmond Valley and Tweed council areas. Tickets are available for purchase online, over the phone or from the festival office. Purchasers will need to present proof of address (maximum two tickets per person) upon ticket collection at the Festival Box Office. Limited release, available until sold out. Supported by Stone & Wood
Sunday Pass: $80 General
Kids Big Day Out Passes
Gain access for one child and one accompanying adult to the children’s program on Sunday in the Greenstone Partners Marquee only. Children must be accompanied at all times.
$40 for 1 child and 1 adult ($20 for each additional child)
Sunday Family Passes (NEW)
Gain access for one child and two adults on the Sunday. One adult can enjoy the full program of sessions on Sunday while the other adult accompanies your child(ren) to the Kids Big Day Out program. Children must be accompanied by at least one adult at all times.
$120 for 1 child and 2 adults ($20 for each additional child)
Workshop and Satellite Event tickets
A program of separately ticketed workshops and Satellite events – some of them free – runs in the lead-up to the main Festival weekend and on weekend evenings. Ticket prices vary and details will be released when the full program is announced in June.
All tickets are subject to booking fees.
Click the links below to explore the 2019 Festival Program in more detail.
Dive into our three-day Festival program of 121 sessions with writers, environmentalists, poets, commentators, politicians and artists who together shape stories of hope, courage and change.
A sideshow of separately ticketed events featuring a curated selection of Festival guests. Satellite events take place over the Festival weekend throughout the Northern Rivers’ region, and many of them are free!