TICKETING & WRISTBANDS
Tickets are available online e-tickets via Megatix or hard copy tickets via our official promoters.
- 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.
- One ticket is valid for the person named on the ticket.
- 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
- Tickets are not to be duplicated for the purpose of falsifying entry.
- The tickets are created and managed using the Megatix website and may also be subject to the Terms and Conditions of Megatix
- 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.
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.
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.
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