Knight and Day Festival
Knight and Day Festival
Destroy All Lines presents

Knight and Day Festival

Parkway Drive | Polaris | MORE!
Kryal Castle (Leigh Creek, VIC)
Thu 30 - Fri 31 December 2021 12:00 pm
30 days away
18 Plus
Music
Festivals

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General Admission
$232.70
Over 80% Sold!
$232.70
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VIP Admission
$457.10
Includes 
- GA ticket

- Early access to the venue via a separate entrance through the Dragon's Labyrinth
- Private viewing platform
- Private bar
- Private toilets
- VIP limited edition t-shirt
- VIP laminate + lanyard
- Free cloak room
- A3 festival poster on thick stock
$457.10
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Bus Tickets
Pick up location is Mair Street opposite Ballarat Train Station.
Bus transfer to Kryal Castle should take no more than 20 minutes.
There will be multiple drop off points for people travelling from the event back to Ballarat.
Please arrive 20 minutes prior to your scheduled departure time to have their ticket scanned and be wristbanded, busses will start departing as soon as they are full.
 
Two Day Bus Ticket
$74.60
Can be used to and from the festival on both days (4 trips)
You must select your departure time on the next page.
$74.60
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Single Ride Bus Ticket
$20.50
Can be used once, either to or from the festival on one day
You must select your departure time on the next page.
$20.50
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Car Parking
Secured event site parking for cars is available to reserve for $15 per day per car which includes free shuttle buses to and from the event site from Dunnstown Oval event parking. Disabled parking is available on site, please contact info@destroyalllines.com to organize onsite access parking. 
THURSDAY 30 DEC Car Pass
$20.50
$20.50
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FRIDAY 31 DEC Car Pass
$20.50
$20.50
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Two Day THU 30 & FRI 31 Car Pass
$38.90
$38.90
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Knight and Day Festival at Kryal Castle (Leigh Creek, VIC) on Thu 30 - Fri 31 December 2021
Hear ye, hear ye!

T’was a battle of a year, fraught with ill bearings but it’s time to rejoice, the good people at Destroy All Lines declare a most tantalising soiree with which to bid this wretch of a year adu with Knight and Day Festival, Australia’s brand-new two-day alternative music festival, set to march on Ballarat’s Kryal Castle, on the eve of New Year.

And Lo! ‘Tis a line-up rife with wonderment.

Gracing the festivities will be none other than the Lords of Australian metal, the crowned princes of Byron Bay Parkway Drive, set to unleash their first live performance in an age. Sydney’s purveyors of regal metalcore, Polaris will also bestow their sonic wares upon all those who dare enter the Castle grounds.

A preverbal who’s who of Australia’s alternative noble folk will also be making the sojourn to the faire, from the enchanting Alex Lahey, to ne'er do wells Bakers Eddy and the gluttonously devious The Chats.

And by Merlin's beard, Knight and Day Festival will be a place in which to marvel at magic not seen elsewhere, such as traveling muses Hellions performing their masterpiece ‘Opera Oblivia’ in full, and the honourable heroes of the scene, The Getaway Plan weaving magic from ‘Other Voices, Other Rooms’ in its entirety.

Once thou thirst for live music has been quenched, ticket holders can frolic through the array of delights from the mesmerising maze, medieval performances, Dungeons, Torture Museums, Knights Towers, Secret Dragons Labyrinth to DJs and multiple acoustic stages.

Send the ravens, and rally your banner people as now, and once and for all we wish this ghastly year ‘Go thy way!’