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Byron Writers Festival ticket guide 2023

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At Byron Writers Festival 2023, there’s an option for everyone to enjoy the stories, discussion and debate that make up the program.
Wondering which ticket to choose? Here’s a quick ticket guide.

All tickets are available at: www.byronwritersfestival.com/tickets

3-Day Pass

A 3-Day Pass gives you access to all sessions happening in the main festival program on Friday 11, Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 August. It’s a great choice if you would like to fully immerse yourself in the program and take the time to soak up all that the festival has to offer.

1-Day Pass

A 1-Day Pass gives you access to sessions happening in the main festival program for your chosen day – Friday, Saturday or Sunday. It’s the best choice if you have limited time but still want the ‘festival’ experience.

Saturday PM Under 35s Pass

The new Saturday PM Under 35s Pass gives access to the main festival program on Saturday 12 August from 2pm for just $35 (twelve sessions to choose from!) This ticket is designed for younger audiences aged 35 and under who want to get a taste of the festival experience, but can’t commit to a whole day.

Kids Big Day Out Pass

The Kids Big Day Out Pass admits one child and one adult to the Kids Big Day Out marquee at the festival on Sunday 13 August. This pass is for adults who wish to accompany their children to the kids program only.

Sunday Family Pass

The Sunday Family Pass admits one child and two adults to the festival site on Sunday 13 August. This pass is a great option if you love the idea of sharing the Kids Big Day Out program with your children but also wish to catch other sessions in the main program.

Feature Events, Workshops and Satellite Events

A program of separately ticketed Feature Events, Workshops and Satellite Events takes place during festival week and address the key themes of the 2023 festival. Check them out online, or in the printed program.


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