Covid-19 Info

Hi Mushroom Pixies!!!

We have been bombarded with lots of questions so here is some information for you ūüôā
We are happy to advise that we are planning full steam ahead for Mushroom Valley on the 16th of September 2022. We have been in close contact with QLD health and our Local Council and things are looking very positive.

If you do purchase a ticket for Mushroom Valley 2022 and you can no longer attend due to COVID related lockdowns, border closures etc... please see the options below:
1. Your ticket can be transferred to Mushroom Valley 2023! 
2. Sell your ticket to a friend and do an official name change. Email Ticketbooth for a name change: support [at]
3. Sell your ticket on Tixel. This option is available to anyone that has purchased a Mushroom Valley 2022 ticket and is in a state that is in lockdown and are unable to come due to lockdowns and travel restrictions. This is a safe service to sell your ticket. There are many scammers out there and if you buy a fake ticket we are unable to help you!
Follow this link: TBC
4. Refunds will not be granted for any reason as this has become too hard to manage and is not sustainable for the survival of our festival. 

We will keep you informed as we get closer of any new changes, and we have all of our pixie fingers, toes and wings
crossed that we can all be here together to celebrate how good life can actually be!

COVID19 has changed the way we do things in all aspects of our lives.

It will also change the way we do things at our events. At Mushroom Valley we will be taking the necessary precautions and implementing procedures to provide you all with a safe festival experience and ensure the health and safety of all attending. Please take notice of signage and traffic flow at entries and exits and if security or festival crew ask something of you please listen to their instructions and be respectful and helpful at all times.

Use the link below to find out helpful information and Queensland COVID updates:

Coronavirus (COVID-19) | Health and wellbeing | Queensland Government (


There are a few simple things that you can do which will help us to keep yourself and your neighbours safe and healthy.

Stay home if you are unwell.

If you are unwell please do not risk the health and safety of others by attending. Do the right thing, stay home, get tested.

Symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) | Health and wellbeing | Queensland Government (


Practice good hygiene. 

This means:

  • wash your hands often with soap and water. This includes before and after eating and after going to the toilet
  • use alcohol-based hand sanitisers provided if there is no soap or water
  • avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth


Practice social distancing where possible.

This means:

  • keep 1.5 metres away from others wherever possible
  • avoid¬†physical greetings such as handshaking, hugs and kisses

 You could also use the Australian Government Corona Virus app and/or join the Australian Government Corona Virus What's App Channel for regular updates. This is an optional service that is available.