Entry is $5+booking fee for the whole weekend, kids aged 12 and under are free. Grab a ticket online from Ticket Fairy or at the event.

The entry fee is a way for our community to directly help LUMA not only survive but to become fully sustainable and continue to thrive.

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So you’ve booked your ticket to LUMA21 online like a good little garden gnome, what do you need to do now? Your online ticket will need to be swapped for a LUMApass wristband to gain entry to this year’s event. Your wristband will entitle you to heaps of cool stuff, including spot prizes, a free Park & Ride bus ride, discounts and offers with some of our partners, as well as being able to purchase food & beverage items inside the Queenstown Gardens. Hold onto this wristband if you want to relive the LUMA experience because it will get you back into LUMA any night during the long weekend. 

So how do you get yourself a LUMApass wristband? You’ll be able to find wristband collection points 1 week prior to LUMA21 from the 29th of May until the last day of LUMA on the 7th of June. The collection points will be open from 3pm-8pm daily, and will be located at: 

  • Pak’n’Save, Glenda Drive
  • Kmart lobby, Queenstown Central Shopping Centre 

You can also grab your LUMApass wristband before jumping on the FREE LUMA Park & Ride bus outside Kmart in Queenstown Central Shopping Centre, Frankton. 

If you haven’t bought your ticket online yet don’t fret, you’ll be able to buy your ticket at any of the wristband collection points as well, but we recommend booking ahead to avoid disappointment. 

You can also swap your ticket for a LUMApass wristband at the gate if you like standing in lines… just saying.