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Tickets & Multipacks

There are several ways to take part in Antidote. You can book to attend multiple events (more than 3 events will get you to a Multipack discount, and in our humble opinion is the best way to experience the festival), or you can book to single events.

See more and save with Multipacks

Multipacks are available across the full program of the festival. Check out the Timetable on the Line Up page in order to view events by time of day, to help you when booking  multiple sessions.

How to book a multipack

Once you have made your choice of 3 or more events then follow these steps:

  1. Click on ‘BOOK A MULTIPACK’ from your any of your selected event pages
  2. Choose your Multipack type (i.e. Buy 3 - 4, or 5+ events).
  3. Select the number of packages you want to purchase of your chosen kind of Multipack. If you want to purchase different combinations of Multipack packages, these will need to be done as separate transactions. 
  4. Add your events to your cart one at a time, according to your Multipack size (Buy 3 - 4, or Buy 5+).
  5. Click ‘Go to Cart’ at the bottom of the page to add your complete Multipack selection.
  6. Please check over everything you have added to your cart before making your purchase as sales are final.
  7. If you require assistance, please call us on 02 9250 7777


Booking Single Tickets

Each event lists the ticket price to attend the session and can be purchased from each event page.

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