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Brisbane Ice Cream Festival – Back at West End with a cool twist

By Sandy Taylor

Have you got your tickets yet??

IT SOLD out in just six hours last year, and this year the Brisbane Ice Cream Festival has a cool new twist.

Housed at the former Peters Ice Cream Factory site at West End, the March 10 event will feature frozen treats the city has ever experienced.

SO…..Here’s the Scoop

It’s frozen, it’s fun, and it’s free entry!

One incredible day; three ticketed sessions; over twenty addictive food stalls. Get ready to melt, Brisbane: this year’s looking bigger than ever.

Doors open at 11am, with tickets available for sessions at 11am – 1pm, 1pm – 3pm, or 3pm – 5pm. Ticket registrations open at 10am on Tuesday 13 February, so jump online to avoid missing out!

To register for your free ticket, click here.

Step inside the Peters Ice Cream Factory to discover a collection of never-before-seen desserts, some of Australia’s biggest names, and all the classics – all in one space.

Golden gaytime bao. Cannoli filled with pistachio gelato. A Stranger Things-inspired soft serve. Are you drooling already? Yeah, us too.

I scream, you scream, we all scream for March 10!

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: Will dogs be allowed at the festival?
A: Unfortunately, due to the layout and the number of guests attending the event, dogs will not be permitted. This decision has been made with the safety of the animals and everyone involved in mind.

Q: Will there be dairy-free/gluten-free/vegan options?
A: Yes! This year’s event will feature a number of vendors who cater to specific dietary requirements.

Q: Do children need tickets to attend?
A: Children aged 2 and under won’t need a ticket.

Q: Is there a maximum number of tickets I can register?
A: Yes. Please note that only 4 tickets can be reserved at a time. If you are attending with a larger group, we recommend having a friend or partner book the other tickets.

Q: My friend is no longer able to attend – can I give her ticket to someone else?
A: Absolutely! Each ticket has its own unique barcode, so as long as there isn’t any doubling up, there won’t be any issues.

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