Ticketmaster is very excited to announce a new partnership with Showtime Attractions, the organisation that brings Santa’s Magical Kingdom to life each year.

Santa’s Magical Kingdom is an enormous Christmas-themed spectacular at Caulfield Racecourse. Each year it is incredibly popular and is a must-attend event for families that love the spirit and magic of Christmas.

Santa’s Magical Kingdom is full of incredible activities for kids including the amazing Snowland, Storyland with Mrs Claus, carnival rides and attractions, arts and crafts, Christmas characters and gingerbread decorating.

The centrepiece of Santa’s Magical Kingdom is the Christmas Spectacular show, which features circus acts, magic, stunts and comedy.

In addition to the incredibly popular Santa’s Magical Kingdom, Showtime Attractions is also responsible for a huge number of children’s character performances such as Bananas in Pyjamas, Giggle and Hoot, Mister Maker and Postman Pat.  

Partnering with Showtime Attractions will provide a boost for Ticketmaster’s live event fans and will expand our offering of family and children’s attractions and events. Ticketmaster is always seeking to provide audiences with the best in live entertainment and we are extremely proud to be able to bring Santa’s Magical Kingdom and many other Showtime Attractions events to our customers.

While Christmas is always a wonderful time of year, Ticketmaster is excited to make the 2015 festive season even more magical. If you haven’t seen Santa’s Magical Kingdom before, you are in for a treat at the next event! 

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