As you may have noticed, our first release of Mini Maker Faire Melbourne tickets went pretty quickly: within days the initial 250 ticket allocation was booked out. At that point we opened a wait list to enable others to reserve a spot if additional tickets became available.
Our main challenges with additional ticket releases were two fold: one, we needed to ensure the volunteer team capability could support additional headcount and two, we needed to ensure sufficient makers would be available to support additional numbers.
I’m pleased to announce that we’re now at a point where we can begin releasing additional tickets in batches.
As more makers register and volunteers get involved to help us run the event, we’ll release additional allocations. If you are currently on the wait list for tickets, keep an eye out for an email over the next week inviting you to book your tickets. And again, if you’re a maker, we still have room for additional exhibitors, presenters, activity hosts and workshop organisers. Joining the Maker Faire as a Maker doesn’t require an attendee ticket. If you have maker skills or creations that you’d like to share, please register you interest via the Maker Entry Form