Splendour tickets to go on sale Thursday morning

TICKETS to Splendour In The Grass 2015 will be going on sale on Thursday, April 24, at 9am.

The tickets will be available for sale at or by phone on 1300 GET TIX (438 849).

Blur, Florence and the Machine, The Wombats, Xavier Rudd and the United Nations plus The Church are only some of the acts announced for this year's festival.

This year, Splendour in the Grass organisers are offering a family friendly camping area.

Families that would like to stay in that area will need to purchase a Camping Ticket - Family Campground for each person wishing to camp in the Family Campground.

Children aged 11 and under are admitted free, and must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian at all times whilst at the festival or campgrounds.

To buy tickets, punters will be required to enter the first and last name, plus the date of birth of every person you are buying tickets for.

They will also be asked to provide the email address and mobile contact details for each ticket holder.

Punters can also create a moshtix account during the ticket purchase transaction, but it is recommended that buyers have a moshtix account setup beforehand to speed up your purchase process.


Ticket Price Information

3-Day Event Ticket - $365* + $7 booking fee per ticket - Gains entry to the event site on Thursday as well as Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Single Day Ticket - $155* + $6 booking fee per ticket

Camping Ticket - $120 + $5 booking fee per ticket

Camping Ticket - Family Campground - $120 + $5 booking fee per ticket

Note: A 2.1% transaction fee applies to all orders


Splendour in the Grass will be held at North Byron Parklands on July 24 - 26.

For more details visit

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