We’ve set the following festival terms and conditions of entry to ensure everyone has a safe and fun experience. By purchasing a ticket to the Event you agree to these Terms and Conditions (“Agreement”).



Tickets are available online e-tickets via Megatix or hard copy tickets via our official promoters.

  1. The ticket is proof of purchase of the above event and must be presented at the time of admission with matching and valid proof of age ID card.
  2. One ticket is valid for the person named on the ticket.
  3. Each ticket holder is entitled to change the name of their ticket. There are no ticket holder names for hard copy tickets, name changes only apply to e-tickets bought online via Megatix 

3a. How do I sell my ticket if I can’t attend?

We’ve partnered with Tixel to provide a safe place for you to sell your ticket to another fan. You can list your ticket for sale here.

3b. I’m trying to buy a resale ticket?

We strongly recommend only buying tickets via the Tixel page. If no tickets are available, sign up for the waitlist to receive alerts when tickets become available.

3c. I already found someone willing to sell me a ticket

If you find someone willing to sell their ticket to you, you should encourage them to put their ticket up for sale as a “private listing” on Tixel, which can be done at the final stage of the sell ticket process. That way, the seller can share their private ticket link with you and you’ll be protected from scammers

  1. Tickets are not to be duplicated for the purpose of falsifying entry.
  2. The tickets are created and managed using the Megatix website and may also be subject to the Terms and Conditions of Megatix
  3. The ticket entitles the patron to one wristband. Tickets can be exchanged for wristbands at the gate office during the event and wristbands must be kept on throughout the entirety of the festival. If you are caught without a wristband, you will be removed from the Event.


  1. Unless authorised by TTD Events Pty Ltd and except as required by law, ticket sales are strictly non-refundable.
  2. The event organiser reserves the right to make changes to the program without prior notice or limitations. Refunds will not be offered to patrons who are dissatisfied with the changes to the program.
  3. If you are denied entry to the Event or evicted from the Event for possessing a Prohibited Item, antisocial behaviour or acting in a manner which is in opposition of Clauses 33 and 34 within these Terms and Conditions of you will not be eligible for a refund.
  4. The Promoter reserves its rights to cancel the Festival at any time due to laws, directions or orders imposed by any government body within Australia which at the time of commencement of ticket sales were not in effect or where unknown to the Promoter. The Promoter also reserves its rights to cancel the Event at any time as a result of a Force Majeure Event, which in the Promoter’s sole discretion makes it logistically impossible to continue to operate the Festival. “Force Majeure Event” shall mean anything outside the Promoter’s reasonable control, including without limitation, fire, bad weather, damage to Festival Site caused by bad weather, rain, flood, drought, storm, lightning, act of god, explosion, sabotage, accident, labour dispute, council or police rulings or war. The Promoter reserves its rights to shorten the length of the Festival at any time due to a Force Majeure Event.
  5. Buy purchasing a ticket to the Event, you acknowledge Blossom Festival is a new evolving business that is investing in the development of our community and you agree that you share our vision and wish to contribute to the development of our Event and future events. You agree that the product you are purchasing is an investment to help build our community and our Event, as well as an experience which also includes art and infrastructure required to create the experience. You acknowledge and agree that the Promoter will commence the procurement of items required to build, construct or create art and/or infrastructure and/or otherwise purchase equipment, infrastructure, art or other items for the purpose of the Event and following a cancellation, the Promoter cannot obtain a refund for such purchases. You acknowledge that if the Promoter cancels or postpones the event in accordance with these Terms and Conditions, the Promoter will utilise the equipment, infrastructure, art or other procured items for future events. You acknowledge that in the event of a cancellation or postponement, the Promoter will make such arrangements to provide a future opportunity for you to experience the product or a similar event (“Future Event”) in lieu of a refund or partial refund and you agree to accept the offer of a Future Event as compensation for the cancellation or postponement of the Event. In the case that a partial refund is offered and if at such time determined by the Promoter, but not more than 12 months from the cancellation of the Event, you can satisfy the Promoter in writing that you are unable to attend a Future Event you may be entitled to a full refund. In the case that conditions imposed by the Government prevent the Promoter from providing a Future Event, you acknowledge and agree that alternative arrangements and/or refunds may be delayed beyond 12 months until such time the Government restrictions, conditions and/or directions allow a Future Event to be arranged and tickets for such Future Event have been sold by the Promoter and the Promoter is financially able to fulfill refunds.


  1. Management reserves the right to refuse entry.
  2. Gates open at 8:00am on Saturday the 26 September 2020 and close at 6 pm on Sunday the 27 September 2020. Note there are gate closure times between 12am-8am on Sunday morning. Patrons can leave at any time, however will need to inform festival staff when leaving during gate closure times. Gate times may vary, refer to the Frequently Asked Questions (“FAQs”) for most up to date gate opening and closing hours.
  3. Any persons who are acting anti-socially, threatening or unruly will be asked to leave the premises.
  4. Illegal substances, glass, weapons, fire hazards and other items listed as Prohibited Items on the Website are not to be brought to the Event. There will be car searches at the gate to ensure compliance with the Prohibited Items list.
  5. Please save your pets the stress and leave them at home. No animals or pets will be permitted on site.
  6. No flammable liquids or fire hazard items of any types are to be brought on site, including but not limited to flares, lasers, generators, fireworks, kerosene, cooking stoves and LPG bottles. Fire hazards of any risk will be confiscated at the gate due to total fire ban periods.
  7. Pass outs are permitted at this event. Your details may be recorded at the gate as you exit.


  1. The Promoter has all rights to film, photo, distribute and video production of the media from this event. You agree to the use of your image by the Promoter for promotional purposes at no cost to the Promoter.
  2. Any data collected for marketing purposes from this event will be strictly in accordance with the Privacy of Information Act.
  3. Professional photography or video is strictly prohibited at the Event, unless written authorisation has been received from the Promoter. The Promoter at their sole discretion can determine what constitutes professional photography or video. Any professional photography or videos captured during the event shall become the property of the Promoter.
  4. You must not use any imagery or video captured at the event for any purpose other than personal use without the written permission from the Promoter. You agree to remove, take down or destroy any imagery or video from any platform including social media on request from the Promoter.


  1. People under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a legal parent or guardian. Under 12’s are free.


  1. Once camps have been set up and the festival has begun there will be no driving or moving cars throughout the event.
  2. You must bring your own tent, essential supplies and other items listed on our website’s FAQs. Free water will be available, however, it’s always good to bring extra.
  3. The Promoter may tow-away any vehicle that is parked on an undesignated area or on the public roads surrounding the festival. You agree that you are only permitted to camp and park within designated areas and as directed by the Promoter.


  1. This festival is held in a place of potentially extreme weather conditions. Dehydration and heatstroke can both be fatal on their own, but when combined with alcohol, poor eating & sleeping habits, the potential for harm is multiplied exponentially. Please ensure you stay hydrated, nourished, and well rested. Don’t forget to check on your friends as well.
  2. You acknowledge that there are many inherent dangers of attending an outdoor festival which may result in loss or damage to your property and personal injury and you agree to take all necessary steps to keep yourself safe such as staying hydrated, wearing footwear and managing alcohol consumption. Blossom Festival does not accept any responsibility for loss or damage to your personal property.


  1. This event is a leave no trace event. Please ensure you take away everything you came with and leave the environment how you found it.
  2. You agree to respect the environment, recycle rubbish and be water efficient at all time during the Event.


  1. To the fullest extent permitted by law you agree to waive any legal rights of action you may have against and release TTD Events Pty Ltd, its officers, employees, agents, contractors, volunteers (the “Associates”) from all claims, liability, loss, damage and costs however so arising out of or in relation your attendance at the Event (whether based in negligence or any other tort, contract, statutory liability, omission on the part of the persons released or otherwise).


32. You agree to indemnify TTD Events Pty Ltd, its related entities, contractors and their respective directors, officers and authorised representatives against any loss, injury or damages caused to any other person or the property of any other person arising out of your actions, negligence or breach of these Terms and Conditions.


  1. When attending the Festival, you must follow the direction of the Promoter’s staff at all times, including following all policies found on the Website and within the Survival Guide provided on entry or otherwise published online or at the Festival (“Festival Policies”). Festival Policies are incorporated into the Terms and Conditions and are binding on you. You acknowledge that the Event holds high regard to Our Values which are available on our website at https://blossomfestival.com.au/our-values/ and the Survival Guide (“Our Values”). You agree to act, behave and conduct yourself in accordance with Our Values. You may be evicted by the Promoter where you do not follow the Terms and Conditions and/or any Festival Policies or when the Promoter believes you have acted, behaved or conducted yourself in a way that fundamentally opposes Our Values and/or may cause damage to the Promoter’s reputation. Anyone found dealing illegal drugs; committing sexual harassment or assault or carrying out any other criminal behaviour at the Festival will be evicted and reported to the police. 
  2. You are prohibited from bringing certain items to or acting in certain ways at the Festival. Prohibited items include glass, excessive alcohol, pets (with the exception of registered guide dogs), BBQs, fireworks, candles, gas stoves, quads or mini bikes, generators, sound systems, illicit drugs and illegal substances. Prohibited behaviour includes lighting fires, stealing, harming the environment, disrupting local communities, damaging the Festival Site and equipment, tampering with neighbours’ properties, anti-social behaviour, aggressive or harassing conduct and impaired driving. Refer to the Website for a full list of prohibited items and behaviour and for more information. If we are required to confiscate a prohibited item, we do not guarantee the safe return of that item. You agree we are not responsible for any loss or damage associated with us confiscating a prohibited item.


  1. If you have purchased a ticket for another person(s), you are responsible to assure all persons which you have purchased a ticket for have read and agree to the Terms & Conditions. All ticket holders which attend the Event are deemed to agree to these Terms and Conditions.


  1. You acknowledge that the risk of COVID-19 otherwise referred to as the global pandemic or corona virus remains a threat which may prevent the Event from proceeding as planned. By purchasing a ticket to the Event you acknowledge that the Event may be cancelled, postponed or modified as a result of instructions or directions issued by the Government. Furthermore, the event may be cancelled, postponed or modified by the Promoter due to events or occurrences otherwise linked to or as a product or result of COVID-19 and/or conditions imposed by the Government. In such an event, cancellation or postponement you acknowledge and agree to the refund conditions stipulated in these Terms and Conditions.
  2. You acknowledge that at the time of commencement of ticket sales, the Western Australian Government (“State Government”) directions may prevent the Event from proceeding. You acknowledge that for the Promoter to hold the Event as planned, ticket sales must commence prior to further modifications to the State Government directions are put into effect. The Promoter has commenced ticket sales in anticipation of the State Government directions being modified as advertised by the State Government which when put in place would allow the Event to proceed (also known as Phase 5 of the COVID-19 Roadmap). You acknowledge and accept the risk that the State Government directions may not be modified in such a way or within a suitable timeframe that may result in cancellation, postponement or modification of the Event. Notwithstanding the requirements of Clause 10 of these Terms and Conditions, the Promoter reserves the right to cancel, postpone or modify the Event as a result of the State Government directions not being modified as anticipated at the time of commencement of ticket sales, in which case you agree to the terms stated in Clause 11 of these Terms and Conditions.


The following definitions apply to the Terms and Conditions and unless otherwise defined shall apply to all other publications by the Promoter in relation to the Event.

‘Associates’ – as defined in Clause 31

‘Event’ – Blossom Festival, or any other event managed, run, co-managed or co-run by TTD Events Pty Ltd as a substitution or expansion of Blossom Festival or the Blossom Festival brand.

‘FAQs’ – Frequently Asked Questions inclusive of answers, responses or explanations provided on the website at https://blossomfestival.com.au/faq/

‘Festival Policies’ – as defined in Clause 33

‘Force Majeure Event’ – as defined in Clause 10

‘Future Event’ – as defined in Clause 11

‘Government’ – any government body or organisation within Australia

‘Our Values’ – as defined in Clause 33

‘Promoter’ or ’the Promoter’ – TTD Events Pty Ltd

‘Website” – Blossom Festival’s website including all content available on the website and links provided on the website https://blossomfestival.com.au/

Words importing the singular only also include the plural and vice versa. The words “include”, “includes” or “including” and other words introducing one or more examples of a thing are not to be construed as words of limitation.


This Agreement will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Western Australia, Australia and the Federal Court of Australia (where applicable) and the Promoter agrees that in all case the law takes precedence over these Terms and Conditions. No condition within this Agreement is intended to misconstrue anybody regarding their rights under the law. The Parties submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Western Australia, Australia.

If you have any questions regarding this event, please contact info@blossomfestival.com.au