With a line-up boasting Childish Gambino, The Wombats, Vera Blue and more, a sell out was inevitable for Canberra’s Spilt Milk festival, but if you missed out on tickets to this year’s event, not all hope is lost.

Organisers have today unveiled a ticket resale facility that will launch next month, with a waitlist now open for those wanting to potentially score tickets when it goes live.

Tickets to the November music, food and art festival went on sale earlier today and have already sold out, marking the third consecutive year the event has hit allocation the same day passes went live.

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Sellers will have access to Spilt Milk's resale facility from August 2 at 12pm, with the ability to list passes at the original price including a standard booking fee, before it’s officially launched on August 6 at 12pm.

“Beware of scalpers and scammers on third party websites such as Gumtree, Viagogo and Facebook,” reads a statement from Spilt Milk.

“There have been multiple reports of people purchasing fake or duplicate tickets and you run the risk of being turned away on the day.

“We STRONGLY recommend you do not attempt to buy a ticket from anybody unless it’s via the official resale system on Moshtix, where tickets will be resold at the original sale price.”

Spilt Milk sets up at Canberra's Commonwealth Park on Saturday, 17 November; check out theGuide for more details, and head over to the festival’s website for information on the resale facility.

Childish Gambino
HBF Stadium, Mt Claremont
Childish Gambino
Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne
Childish Gambino
Sydney Opera House, Sydney
Childish Gambino
Sydney Opera House, Sydney
Spilt Milk 2018 Feat.
Commonwealth Park, Canberra City