Kaitoke Regional Park – Just So Festival

! Just So Festival enables families to step out of their day to day lives and into a wonderland of world class literature, arts, theatre, dance, music, comedy and creative pursuits together. Underpinned by the Tribal Tournament, the most bonkers competition in the land, it takes audiences (from bumps to great grandparents) on a unique expedition of mischief and mayhem, to lands full of magical midnight feasts, curious creatures, raucous pillow fights, hidden retreats, top notch food, drink and boutique camping options and breath-taking beauty. Campervan/Caravan/Live-In Vehicle Passes These Add-On tickets are only valid with used along with a Full Weekend Pass. Cash Only There will be no ATM’s onsite. Some vendors may have Eftpos machines but there will be no cash-out facilities. Accessible Parking We have a section of accessible parking so please let us know, via email, in advance of the festival and we can book this for you – kaly@justsofestivalnz.org

Getting to the Festival There are no ticket sales on the gate – so book in advance and then bring your ticket with you! The carpark will open at 4pm on Friday 23rd February for campers to arrive and set up early – please exchange your tickets for wristbands at the Wristband Exchange upon entering the gate. The Festival site opens at 5pm. You will only be allowed in at 4pm to park and camp, so please factor this into your travel. Add-On Donation Option During the booking process you will be invited to support Birthright, the national charity for one parent families, and Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, so that a number of families from these organisations are enabled to attend free of charge.

FULL WEEKEND – STANDARD : Includes onsite camping, plus all performances & workshops ADULT $180.00 CHILD 12 years and under $60.00 UNDER 3 Free – no ticket is required $0.00 CAMPERVAN: PER SITE Does NOT include admission into the Festival and valid with Full Weekend Passes only $100.00 DONATION ONLY: Enabling a number of families from Birthright, the national charity for one parent families, and Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, to access the festival free of charge. UP TO $100 $100.00 (Booking Fees May Apply)

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