All ticket holders will be contacted with new show dates in due course.
EDM festival DON’T LET DADDY KNOW — which was set to take place in January 2024 in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane — has been postponed.
The event is one of the world's largest music festivals with editions in more than eighteen countries, with punters excited to check out international acts as well as Australian icons, with huge names such as Afrojack, Timmy Trumpet, MORTEN, and Sub Zero Project, set to take the stage.
However, Ticketek has since placed a notice on their website revealing the news that the festival will now be “rescheduled”.
“We regret to advise that the Don’t Let Daddy Know tour for Australia in January 2024 is being rescheduled,” the statement read.
Amid the postponement, all tickets remain valid for the rescheduled shows without the need for exchange, and all ticket holders will be contacted with new show dates in due course.
Patrons unable to attend the new dates can obtain a refund from the point of purchase
or by heading here. Ticketek has noted that it may take up to 30 days for refunds to process, which will then be issued to the original credit card that was used at the time of purchase.
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DON’T LET DADDY KNOW organisers announced back in October that the festival was set to make its way Down Under for the first time, with TEG GROUP CEO Geoff Jones saying “TEG is thrilled to be bringing one of the world’s premier EDM festivals to Australian shores.”
“Renowned for featuring some of the biggest and most influential artists in EDM, along with some very impressive production, Australian electronic music fans should definitely mark these dates in their calendar as it’s sure to be the event of the Australian summer!”
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Stay tuned for more information on rescheduled dates for DON’T LET DADDY KNOW.