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GLADSTONEBURY 3 - Tickets now on sale through Eventfinda

GLADSTONEBURY 3 - Tickets now on sale through Eventfinda

It's getting very close.

GLADSTONEBURY 3 is back on Sunday 20 January 2019. With great music, food, wine, beer and a range of fabulous craft stalls, it's a great way to enjoy the Wellington Anniversary holiday weekend.


Tickets are now on sale through Eventfinda.

General admission is only $55, with youth admission (13-17 years) $20 and under 12s free.

Or treat yourself to a VIP ticket for $95, and get on-site parking, a Gladstonebury 3 t-shirt andadmission to the reserved VIP area, with seating, dedicated bar and an opportunity to meet the musicians and get your t-shirt specially signed.
Tickets are limited and are going fast, so don't miss out. Buy your tickets here.

What to look forward to

With two separate stages and a great range of grassroots bands and acoustic performers, Gladstonebury is a music festival NOT to be missed! Listen to sound clips on our Facebook page

Bring a picnic (no BYO alcohol or glass) or dine from one of the many food trucks, get your groove on at the Farman Turkington Windmill Stage or the Cellar Door Accoustic Stage, shop at the artisan market stalls and chill out with family and friends.

We have an awesome range of musicians playing. Check out this fun review from Andrew London .

Getting there

Our travel partner Tranzit Coachlines are once again providing shuttle buses to get you safely to and from Gladstonebury 3 .... find out more and book your seats here.

Or bring your own car, there is plenty of parking available.

Thanks and cheers from

Robyn, David, Mick and Christine
(and the rest of the Gladstonebury team)

With acknowledgements to Storm Productions and Gladstone Vineyard for their ongoing support

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