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Moreton Kids Festival

By Ellie Boswell

Moreton Kids Festival is paradise on earth…for Kids!

Kids get ready for a land of fun, excitement and adventure! The 4th Annual Moreton Kids Festival springs to life at Pine Rivers Park, Strathpine on Sunday, 18 October, 2020. This event celebrates the wide-eyed wonderment and enthusiasm of youth with a program full of family-friendly entertainment. Whatever your child’s passion, the Moreton Kids Festival guarantees to have them bursting with excitement across five amazing worlds!

Pine Rivers Park Strathpine will be transformed into a world dedicated to kids. Families will be treated to free rides, live stage shows, activities, workshops, craft and face painting, roving performers, wildlife encounters, food trucks, market stalls and more!

GATE TICKET PRICES

ADULTS: $10 (16 years and over)
CONCESSION: $5 (valid concession or student card must be presented at the gate)
CHILD: $5 (15 years and under).
FAMILY PASS: $25 (includes 2 adults and 2 children OR 1 adult and 3 children)
FREE ENTRY Children aged 2 and under
FREE ENTRY Disability carers with identification.

Main Stage Program TBC

Bring a picnic blanket and settle in for a full day of fantastic family friendly entertainment on the Main Stage.

Performer TimePerformer
9:45amComedy Circus Stunt Show
10:25amKayleigh Marven
11:05amHunter The T-Rex
11:45amPeppa & George
12:25pmNickleby The Magician
1:05pmFlutter’s Magical Tea Party
1:45pmThe Mini Moshers
2:25pmPeppa & George
3:05pmCassie Marie

*Program subject to change.

View the full 2020 program at moretonkidsfestival.com.au

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