Paniyiri takes place in Musgrave Park which is located in South Brisbane, Queensland. The park is bordered by Edmondstone, Russell, and Cordelia Streets.

Saturday 12pm – 10pm | Sunday 10am – 7pm

We strongly recommend using public transport to travel to Paniyiri as street parking is extremely limited in the South Brisbane precinct. 

Use the TransLink Planner to map your journey by train or bus. If traveling by taxi, or ride booking service like Uber, the address is 49 Russell St, South Brisbane.

Secure Parking has two paid locations, at either the SW1 car park or Browning Street. We suggest booking online prior to arriving at Paniyiri. Please note the paid parking options may include a 10 – 20 min walk to get to the Paniyiri precinct.

You can purchase single entry tickets for May 18 and 19 or an all weekend pass. 

Tickets will be available at the gates however we recommend you pre purchase tickets online. 


From 10th April – $15 + booking fee


On the door or online – $18

Child (12 & Under) tickets are free 

Pensioner tickets can be purchased at the gate | $5 

We accept companion cards and carers are able to enter the festival for free alongside a purchased ticket

Refunds are available via Oztix (Refer to Terms & Conditions)

Tickets must not be offered for resale including via online sale platforms such as eBay or Gumtree, except via Paniyiri authorised agents.

As a condition of entry, all ticket holders are subject to bag search and handheld metal detector screening.  

Valid ticket holders will be granted a stamp that allows them to leave and re-enter the Paniyiri precinct, subject to the following conditions: 

  • Stamps are obtained at the gates or information booth during opening hours 
  • Each ticket-holder can request one stamp and that stamp will only be valid on the day it was issued
  • Paniyiri reserves the right to refuse entry to anyone who does not have a stamp

Autumn, whilst chilly, is usually a beautiful blue sky month for Brisbane with average temperatures ranging from 23°C in the day, dropping down to 11°C at night. But if it rains, the party continues, under umbrellas! 

There will be no refunds for inclement weather. 

The majority of stalls will have both cash and EFTPOS facilities available for you to use. There will be limited ATM facilities on site.

Paniyiri is a fully licensed venue but there are some areas such as the kids play zone where alcohol is not permitted. Please check the event map and in park signage to discover where the licensed areas are located. 

The bars will be encouraging guests to use the tap and go payment system but will also accept cash. 

A valid form of I.D showing proof of age will be required to purchase alcoholic beverages. 

We love Greek wine, beer & cocktails as much as you do, but please be mindful this is a family friendly event. 

Any persons found to be intoxicated will be evicted from the festival grounds. 

We recommend you wear dancing shoes and bring your ticket, sunscreen, a hat, a water bottle and your appetite!

No BYO Food or Beverage is permitted on the festival grounds. Paniyiri reserves the right to inspect bags upon entry.

You can’t bring anything else considered dangerous into the Paniyiri precinct as it may be confiscated at entry.

We love dogs but they are NOT permitted within the Paniyiri precinct

  • unless they are clearly identified Assistance Dogs

There will be no charging stations at the festival 

The venue is wheelchair friendly and accessible via any of the three entry gates. 

The festival has a number of disabled toilets located through the venue, including The Greek Club 

Paniyiri relies on hundreds of volunteers to help deliver the festival each year. There are a range of roles available over the weekend including:

Operational Assistants, Information Assistants & General Events Assistants

To Register your interest & find out more please email [email protected]  

Unfortunately we are no longer taking stall applications for Paniyiri. Keep an eye out for next year’s applications.