Festival Gold Pass Available Now
Make your life easy and buy one ticket for the whole weekend.
Book now and collect your pass from the ticket desk on the Friday night, then show it at the door to gain entry to all performances over the weekend.
Music Lover Gold Pass $350
Concession Gold Pass $285
Individual concert tickets now available.
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Terms & Conditions
Pre-purchased tickets are non-refundable and must be presented at the door. Tickets will be available for sale at the door one hour before each concert unless sold out. All bookings are subject to availability
All tickets are general admission; seating is not numbered or reserved.
Program details are correct at time of printing, however the Tyalgum Music Festival Committee reserves the right to change the program without notice.
Concerts will start punctually. Doors will open 30 minutes before the published start time. Latecomers will be asked to wait for a suitable break in the program to enter the Hall. The Hall will be cleared between concerts.
Children under 2 years can attend for free. Older children are welcome provided they have an allocated seat.
Photography / sound recording
Flash photography is strictly prohibited during concerts. Sound recording of concerts by patrons is not permitted without prior approval by the Tyalgum Music Festival Committee.
Please feel free to bring a cushion for your comfort, or a rug for cool evenings. The Tyalgum Hall is not air-conditioned. Please ensure mobile phones are turned off before each concert.
Patrons with special needs
Seating for patrons with special needs is at the front left-hand side of the hall (when facing the stage). Please contact the Tyalgum Music Festival management team via email HERE so we can endeavor to seat you accordingly.
The Tyalgum Music Festival is a Companion Card Affiliate.
Companion Card is a not-for-profit program, funded by the NSW Government and managed by National Disability Services.
The Companion Card allows a person’s carer free entry into participating venues and events, promoting the rights of people with disability to fair ticketing and making community access more affordable.
When booking by phone, be sure to tell the operator you have a Companion Card before you pay. You will then be given a second ticket for your carer or companion at no charge. You'll need to show your card, along with your ticket, once you get to the venue.
FOR YOUR COMFORT AND SAFETY, REQUIRED COVID-SAFE PROTOCOLS WILL BE PLACE FOR THE 2021 FESTIVAL. YOUR COOPERATION IS APPRECIATED.