General Admission Tickets
- Friday / Saturday / Sunday
Festival Terms and Conditions
Please read our full Terms and Conditions to the Festival here.
Under 18s free when accompanied by and supervised by a responsible adult at all times.
If you look younger than 25, we will ask for valid photo ID. In Queensland, the Liquor Act 1992 defines five types of ID which are acceptable evidence of age. The ID document must be current and include a photo of you and your date of birth. Here they are, pick one and put it in your wallet now!
- An adult proof of age card
- A recognised proof of age card (eg Keypass identity card)
- Australian driver licence or rider permit
- Passport (from any country)
- Foreign driver licence – Note: Where a foreign driver licence is not written in English, an international driver permit issued in the foreign country of origin (and including a photo of the licence holder and translation) should be presented with the foreign driver licence.
Will I need to register or have an account to buy a ticket online?
That’s so 2010, so no you don’t need to register or have an account to buy a ticket to Oktoberfest Brisbane. But we will need to ask some personal information from you such as your full name, email address and mobile phone number to deliver your e-Ticket to you.
I bought a ticket online but didn’t receive and email, help!
Don’t panic! Normally the ticket will arrive within a few minutes of your card being successfully charged. If it doesn’t arrive, we can help you, just drop us a line to email@example.com with your full name, mobile phone number and the email address you used to buy your e-Ticket.
What about refunds?
Refunds, cancellations or exchanges are not provided except as required by law, so please choose your tickets carefully. If you made a mistake and accidentally bought a ticket for the same day as your pet hamster’s birthday, give your ticket to a mate. Also keep in mind that Oktoberfest Brisbane is an all-weather Festival.
How safe should I keep my e-Ticket?
Safeguard your e-Ticket like you would your cash, because it’s essentially the same. If you lose it, anyone can use it.
For the full list of FAQs, please click HERE