Moreton Bay Pridefest | General Admission Tickets

Moreton Bay PrideFest - General Admission

1:30pm 10 June
Pine Rivers Park, Strathpine

Welcome to Moreton Bay’s biggest LGBTIQAP+ celebration - Moreton Bay PrideFest.

With a vision to make Moreton Bay a happier, healthier, safer, and more culturally rich and diverse place for the LGBTQIA+ community, on Saturday, 10 June 2023, Pine Rivers Park will come alive with rainbow flags, glitter, and all things fabulous, as we introduce the inaugural Moreton Bay PrideFest, hosted during World Pride Month

Tickets are limited and we encourage you to purchase them online to secure your place in local LGBTIQAP+ history. We can't guarantee they will be available at the gate.

What's Included in General Admission Ticket?

Your general admission ticket includes entry into the festival (gates open at 1.30pm) with access to all the entertainment on the Main Stage presented by TAFE Queensland, Rolla Bae Roller Rink, as well as the activations in the One Love Zone presented by Ray White Aspley Group including a second community stage, DJ stage, Quiet Zone, activations and LGBTIQAP+ support services.

We are raising funds for our Charity Partner headspace. $5 from every ticket purchased will be donated to headspace to deliver services for the LGBTIQAP+ community in Moreton Bay Region.

Ticketing FAQS are available here.

Buy Tickets

Adult - $69 + bf
Concession / Child (10 - 17 years) - $60 + bf
Children under 10
- Free

Tickets will be available at the gate for an increased price (if not sold out prior).

Coming from Brisbane and want a lift?

Leave the car at home and jump on the Pride Bus. Tickets are on sale now including General Admission and bus transfer to and from the festival from Fortitude Valley.



Gates open at 1.30pm. Main stage entertainment kicks off at 2pm

This is an all-ages event, however youth and children ticket holders must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Please note, Drag Brunch + VIP Area is 18+ only.

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We acknowledge the Kabi Kabi, Jinibara and Turrbal people, the traditional custodians of the land on which our celebrations takes place, and we pay our respects to indigenous elders, past, present and emerging.