How to get tickets to the Adelaide Christmas Pageant 2020
It’s the question kids, parents and Christmas lovers alike have been wanting an answer to!
How do we get tickets to the Adelaide Christmas Pageant in 2020?
Well, we’ve got the answer, with ticketing and ballot process details released, offering South Australians the chance to secure seats to the 2020 National Pharmacies Christmas Pageant.
Twenty thousand tickets will be available
The Pageant, which will be held as a twilight parade at the Adelaide Oval on Saturday November 14, will allow a COVID-safe crowd of twenty thousand to attend the treasured event.
Ballot registrations will open at 10am Thursday October 29
Ballot registrations will open at 10am on Thursday October 29 and will remain open until Friday 30th October at 10pm.
Access to the ballot will be via the Pageant website with individuals able to request up to five tickets when they register.
Once registrations close, the ballot system will electronically and randomly select those people who will attend this event.
Successful registrants chosen at random
Successful and unsuccessful registrants will be advised in the days following the registration, and tickets will then be sent out digitally a week prior to the event.
Entry into the Pageant ballot is free.
The National Pharmacies Christmas Pageant will be broadcast exclusively and LIVE in South Australia on Channel 9 and 9Now ensuring that South Australians do not miss out on the Pageant festivities.
- There will be 20,000 balloted tickets available including 3300 through National Pharmacies.
- The Pageant will remain a FREE event.
- The ballot will open for people to register on Thursday 29 October from 10am closing Friday 30 October at 10pm.
- Once registrations close, the ballot system will electronically and randomly select those people who will attend the event
- The general public can register at any time during this period (no need to rush as it is only a registration process)
- Registrants will require a Ticketek account to register for the ballot
- Registrants will need to advise how many tickets they will need – 5 is the maximum number
- Successful and unsuccessful registrants will be advised by email in the days following the ballot registration
- Digital tickets will be sent in the week prior to the event
- The seating at Adelaide Oval will be the checkerboard system currently being utilised for AFL matches (the best way to maximise the amount of people that can attend)
- All children, including babies, will be allocated a seat
For full details of the ballot process along with FAQ’s: