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Ticket Prices Revealed With One Week Until CMC 2024 Presale

September 20, 2023 12:06 am in by

We are currently 176 days and 23 hours away from the 2024 edition of CMC Rocks Queensland, and with the ticket pre-sale opening at 9 am next Tuesday, 26 September, the festival has unveiled the ticket prices you need to know about.

Punters who want to access the pre-sale must be signed up as a member of The Drove. If you’re not a member, you have until 5 pm on Monday, 25 September, to register. You can sign up via the CMC Rocks website. For the first 3,000 pre-sale ticket buyers, a $20 discount will be applied. Moshtix and PayPal offer payment plans for punters needing to stretch out larger payments.

Following the pre-sale ticket allocation, the General Public on-sale will include Single Day, Full Festival and Camping tickets. Whereas, with the pre-sale, festivalgoers can only purchase Full Festival tickets – meaning they’ll attend the entire three-day event from 9 am on Friday, 15 March until Sunday, 17 March, at 11 pm.

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The Drove pre-sale tickets are also slightly cheaper than General Public tickets, with Full Festival tickets to be sold for $399 for adults and youth (15-17 years old) attendees. For junior punters (4-14 years old), the ticket price is $159. The General Public Full Festival ticket prices go up to $419 for adults and youth and $179 for junior attendees. Kids aged three and under can attend for free.

According to the CMC Rocks website, the 2024 line-up is coming soon – stay tuned to the CMC social media channels for more information.

While Single Day tickets won’t be available with the Drove pre-sale next week, the price for adults and youth is $229, and for junior attendees, it’s $109. Below, you can find camping ticket prices in all their different categories – A Campground, The Ranch, The Inn and B Campground.

This year’s CMC Rocks was bookmarked by headliners Morgan Wallen, Grammy Award-winning Zac Brown Band – for their only Australian appearance – and festival favourite Kip Moore. Jordan Davis, HARDY, Randy Houser, Bailey Zimmerman, Ashley McBryde, Mitchell Tenpenny and many more joined the start-studded crew. 

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