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Ticketing Head Office
Ten Days on the Island
(03) 6210 5777
71 Murray St, Hobart
Open Mon – Fri, 9am to 5pm
Tickets for all performances can also be purchased in person from any of our five statewide outlets.
Burnie Arts & Function Centre
(03) 6430 5850
77 – 79 Wilmot St, Burnie
(03) 6234 5998
53 Elizabeth St Mall, Hobart
& Convention Centre
(03) 6420 2900
145 – 151 Rooke St, Devonport
Theatre North at the Princess
(03) 6323 3666
57 Brisbane St, Launceston
(03) 6233 2299
29 Campbell St, Hobart
Tickets to selected events also can be purchased at the following venues:
Only selling for Spiegeltent performances
PW1 Forecourt, Hobart
From 9 March to 1 April 2017
Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
Only selling for The Rite of Spring and Ode to Nellie Melba
(03) 6232 4450
Federation Concert Hall
1 Davey St, Hobart
Only selling for Paris Combo at Wrest Point
(03) 6221 1888
410 Sandy Bay Rd, Sandy Bay
Fees and Charges
All prices are stated in Australian dollars and include booking fees. A booking fee of $5 is included in each ticket. Booking and postage and handling fees are inclusive of any GST payable. Ten Days on the Island performance prices are GST exempt.
Please check your booking carefully at the time of purchase, as all sales are final and cannot be refunded or exchanged after purchase. Ten Days on the Island is a member of Live Performance Australia and as such adheres to the Live Performance Australia Ticketing Code of Practice.
Ticket postage is subject to a $3.00 postage and handling fee. We are able to offer printable Tickets@Home delivery for certain performances.
You are responsible for printing Tickets@Home. Tickets presented on a mobile device may not always be sufficient. If you choose to collect your tickets at the performance venue, please ensure you arrive with ample time. General admission tickets do not have allocated seating and cannot be replaced if lost or stolen.
Child, concession, and family tickets
Children 12 years and under are entitled to tickets at the child price where available. Concession tickets are available for the following: full-time students, healthcare card holders, pensioners and children 12 years and under where there is no child price available. Proof of concession must be provided at the time of purchase, collection or upon entry to the performance. Family tickets, where available, include four people, at least two of whom must be children.
Ten Days on the Island accepts Companion Cards for all performances. A valid Companion Card or Companion Card number must be produced at the time of booking.
Venues that are accessible to wheelchair users and patrons with access requirements are marked on each performing arts event page with this symbol:
For visual arts exhibitions, please contact the relevant venue.
To purchase accessible seating for ticketed performances, please call Ten Days on the Island on (03) 6210 5777.
The Ten Days on the Island Festival 2017 program of events is correct at the time of printing. In the event of a performance cancellation, every effort will be made to inform ticket holders, but please ensure you check the website on the day of the performance. Ten Days on the Island collects your information in case of an event cancellation or amendment. If you fail to supply sufficient contact details, Ten Days on the Island is not responsible for failure to contact you.
Any change of venue or cancellation of an outdoor performance or closure of a visual arts exhibition due to changed weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances will be announced on the Ten Days on the Island website. Please visit the website on the day to confirm details.
Latecomers will be admitted to a performance during a suitable break at the discretion of venue management. Please note that, for some events, latecomers may not be admitted at all.
Cameras and other recording devices are strictly prohibited in performance venues unless otherwise advertised. Mobile phones and other devices must be switched off upon entry to the venue.
Patrons purchasing tickets to Spiegeltent Hobart events are advised that they can choose whether to share their contact information with Spiegeltent Hobart producer Strut & Fret for marketing purposes.
Spiegeltent Hobart Ticketing FAQs
Seating is non-allocated for all Spiegeltent shows. This means you will get a seat on a first in, best dressed basis. We encourage all patrons to arrive early so they can line up and make sure they get their preferred seat.
For patrons who may see a number on their tickets – please note this is a reference number for office use only, not a specific seat number.
Premium ticket holders for Velvet, are entitled to priority entry to the Spiegeltent, and will be seated within the Premium section of the venue. However these are still non-allocated, and you will need to arrive early and line up in the Premium queue.
If you are part of a group, please line up together and let front of house staff know. We will do our best to seat you together, however on busy nights or with particularly large groups, this may not be possible.
Booth seating is classified as General Admission and cannot be booked. The booths seat 8-10 people and on busy nights, you may have to share the booth with other patrons.
Our Spiegeltent Bar is open whenever the site is open, and serves a range of beverages from our partners Willie Smiths, James Boags, and Jansz; as well as soft drinks and snacks. You are welcome to grab a drink while you wait, or take one in to enjoy with the show.
As per Strut & Fret’s T&Cs, it is a condition of sale that there are no cancellations, exchanges or refunds once a purchase has been made.
If you have any questions, please visit our website, head down to our Box Office during opening hours, or send an email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.