How To Book

BOOKINGS OPEN

Friends of the Festival preferential booking period starts Thur 7 Nov (6.30pm)–Tue 12 Nov (9am).
General Public 9am, Tue 12 Nov 2013.
Patrons may join the Friends of the Festival at any time online or by calling the Festival Info Centre.

ONLINE

Bookings can be made online from any event page at perthfestival.com.au

BY TELEPHONE

Bookings and Festival Information: 08 6488 5555
Mon–Fri 9am–6pm and Sat 9am–1pm
Additional hours during the Festival (7 Feb–1 March): Mon–Sat 9am–6pm and Sun 23 Feb for Perth Writers Festival Family Day.

Authorised Ticketing Agents:
Perth Festival Info Centre: 08 6488 5555
Ticketek: 1300 795 012
Ticketmaster: 136 100 (Ballet at the Quarry and The National tickets only)

OVER THE COUNTER

At any Ticketek and Ticketmaster outlet and film tickets at Somerville and Joondalup Pines. Tickets can be purchased at the door of each venue one hour prior to the start of performances, subject to availability.

PERTH WRITERS FESTIVAL BOX OFFICE

The main box office is located at Writers Central. See map
Fri 21 Feb, 9am–8pm
Sat 22 Feb, 9am–7pm
Sun 23 Feb, 9am–7.30pm
Box office facilities will be available in the Octagon Theatre for events in that venue only.

GREAT SOUTHERN 

Albany Entertainment Centre
2 Toll Place, Albany, WA 6330
08 9844 5000
Paperbark Merchants
240 York St, Albany, WA 6330
08 9842 8044 (excludes events at AEC)

GROUPS AND SCHOOL BOOKINGS

Buy 10+ tickets to any one Festival event and one ticket booker will go FREE. All ticket sales are subject to availability on Standard, A and B Reserve seats and exclude Chevron Festival Gardens, Otello, Kelemen QuartetOneFiveZeroSeven, The National and Ballet at the Quarry tickets.

Ticketek Group Bookings: 1300 364 001

To receive information about the Festival Schools Program, email schools@perthfestival.com.au or contact Festival Info on 08 6488 5555.

OFFICIAL SALES CHANNELS

Patrons are advised to check whether tickets are still available from the Festival or official sales channels (above or online) before buying from other suppliers. Please check your tickets carefully and read the terms and conditions.

PERFORMANCE LIMITATIONS

All programs and artists are subject to change without notice. The Festival reserves the right to exclude latecomers at certain events or to admit only at a suitable point in the performance, if appropriate. Film screenings at Somerville and Joondalup Pines are subject to weather conditions. Updates on any changes to the schedule are broadcast 4.30pm here. If a screening is cancelled due to rain, a voucher will be issued for another night that week.

BOOKING CONDITIONS

Fees and Charges: Tickets to Festival events may be sold through a variety of ticketing agents, each with differing booking fees and ticket processing charges. Where tickets are booked by telephone, mail or online a transaction fee of $6.95 will apply.

For Ticketek Groups a service/delivery fee of $9.95 per transaction applies. If you choose to purchase tickets at Festival venues for events in that venue, transaction fees will not apply. All telephone and online bookings can be made by credit card at an additional charge of up to 2.75% of the total purchase price. If you choose to have your tickets delivered by Registered Post by the Festival or Ticketek an additional fee of $2.25 will apply. The transaction fee is non-refundable. For Ticketmaster a handling fee of $4.50 applies to all bookings. An additional $4.60 will be charged if you choose registered post. Please check at time of booking. Lost or stolen tickets purchased for events that have unreserved or general admission seating will not be replaced. Tickets with a seat allocation can be replaced. You will incur a fee for your lost ticket to be replaced; fees vary across ticketing agencies. Friends of the Festival are entitled to discounts on two tickets for most Festival events and further tickets at full price. Ticket discounts to Lotterywest Festival Films are available on an unlimited number of tickets purchased in advance through the Festival or at the door at Somerville or Joondalup Pines; two tickets per entry at the door on the night of each screening. Prices are subject to change without notice. Special offers subject to availability. Concessions apply to Full-time students (U30), Student Rush (U30), Pensioners, Seniors and Unemployed (P/S/U) as advertised. When booking, a concession number must be provided and identification shown at the door. Tickets shall not be refunded or exchanged except as provided in the Entertainment Industry Code of Practice.

CAPTIONED PERFORMANCES FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED

The captioning service is now provided via personal handheld devices and these must be booked with your tickets. For patrons wishing to use the captioning service for shows below - please inform our staff at the Festival Info Centre 08 6488 5555. Subject to availability. Click here for shows.

AUDIO DESCRIPTION AND TACTILE TOUR FOR THE SIGHT IMPAIRED

Please advise if an audio description and tactile tour is required when booking, or if you need to be seated outside the reserved Audio description Area due to your vision impairment. Booking must be made 7 days in advance. Click here for shows.

PERTH INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL

3 Crawley Avenue, Crawley WA 6009
Tel: +61 8 6488 2000
Fax: +61 8 6488 8555
Email: festival@perthfestival.com.au
Web: perthfestival.com.au
Festival Info Centre: +61 8 6488 5555